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Snohomish County workers have installed stop signs at a dangerous “T” intersection in the Machias area. Street Smarts readers over the years have expressed concerns… Continue reading
Catrien de Boer is deep into the International Baccalaureate diploma program.
Back in spring 2016, we wrote about a planned crosswalk improvement at the busy “T” intersection of Alverson Boulevard and West Marine View Drive at… Continue reading
A story idea in the works for Street Smarts is a list of noteworthy personalized license plates. Sometimes, especially after the rush of the holidays,… Continue reading
One lane has a reinforced concrete-type header instead of a plate. Both are used on other bridges.
Caireanna Mills credits the Everett high school for helping her chart her own path.
“Congestion is part of a booming economy,” says the lead author of a state report on road capacity.
At the same time, the iconic ‘Sultan John’ statue will be temporarily moved for restoration.
Compounded by uncertainty after the train derailment, driving will be challenging this week.
The Marysville-area highway project is one of several in line for federal funding.
Samantha “Sam” Phara intends to build on her interest in drawing and art.
A GOP lawmaker’s chart shows theoretical toll rates of up to $6.30 to cross the trestle one way.
Every year, their assembly line creates candy wreaths to raise money for charities.
Jamie Copeland’s academics include STEM studies, leadership, ASB activities, honor society.
It recently opened an office in Everett, where 2 Snohomish County women lead the nonprofit’s efforts.
It’s a Roman thing, explains David Samaniego, a junior at Marysville Getchell High School.