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The disagreement stems from the yearly budget that was passed in the fall.
The FAA will decide whether that change warrants another look at the impact of passenger service.
Snohomish County’s online app can tell you everything you need to know about the local landscape.
The ordinance requires the council’s permission to advertise or fill any “management-exempt” positions.
Seven department heads have expressed concerns about strategies intended to keep spending in check.
There are local factors, but the increase is driven largely by changes in state education funding.
Some neighbors in the Clearview area south of Snohomish worry about traffic and stormwater runoff.
Volunteers for the annual Point-in-Time Count of homeless people “try to give them a little love.”
Ron Gipson claims allegations of sexual harassment caused him financial loss and emotional distress.
The owner of a $350,000 home is looking at a property-tax hike of nearly $300 this year.
About 150 people joined the “March to Impeach” from the waterfront to a county courthouse rally.
Homeowners near Bothell still must be out by April to make way for a planned new high school.
Two destinations that didn’t make the list were Spokane and Hawaii.
Most of the work is done, but a half a mile of the roadway is still under water.
State foresters can get creative when labeling their timber units.
Illegal harvesting of timber on state trust land is a perennial problem.
The previous occupant stepped down after revealing he had moved out of city limits.
Bruce Gutschmidt and his partner must move, at their own expense, by April to make way for a school.
More criminal cases meant having to spend a half-million dollars more for court-appointed attorneys.
The county used eminent domain to buy a half-dozen properties at Rockefeller Avenue and Wall Street.