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A Christian nonprofit based in Edmonds helps the African nation of Rwanda.
Such fees help pay for construction projects that otherwise would be funded through property taxes.
The company and its training partners are fighting perceptions of a dying manufacturing industry.
Under the plan OK’d by the County Council, property owners will pay less than the district had sought.
Dave Somers says the County Council’s proposal, leaner than his, could mean layoffs and other problems.
Only 3 feet long or so, it appeared to be someone’s pet in the Northwest neighborhood.
Jewish congregation to host two public events in observation of the holiday.
The city has yet to see more than $1M. The county says it’s waiting for requirements to be met.
Sean Kelly said he will repay the salary he received for the past few months.
Bicyclists can find affordable, reliable transportation and repairs.
15 flights a day by Alaska and United are expected to begin in less than a year.
A new analysis by a nonpartisan government group found the Senate version benefits only the wealthy.
“The front’s through, so that will allow the rivers to start coming down,” a forecaster said.
Every year, the town’s community dinner ensures no one has to dine alone on Thanksgiving.
The spending plan still funds the hiring of five new sheriff’s deputies and a code enforcement officer.
A county program recycles derelict vehicles left on roadsides and in homeless encampments.
Health workers, law enforcement agencies and emergency managers are responding as they might to a disaster.
Now it must decide which cuts to make to its operating budget.
The number of Boeing workers dropped almost 10 percent since last year.
The next two feasts at the senior center in Everett will be Thanksgiving Day and Dec. 3.