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Tribes, farmers, cities and other groups make some headway in the Stillaguamish River Basin.
At Saturday’s rally for unity in Esperance Park, speakers recognized that racism isn’t always overt.
The pedestrian was struck by a vehicle reversing from a parking spot. The driver is facing charges.
The motorcyclist was riding on Lowell Snohomish River Road. No other vehicles were involved.
Everett police are investigating the death after a passing boater reported the body on Saturday.
The Snohomish County Council delayed a vote on the project amid traffic and environmental concerns.
An environmental group appealed the hearing examiner’s favorable decision on the Ironwood proposal.
The family of Cecil Lacy Jr., of Tulalip, says officials conspired to protect law enforcement.
The city of Everett says the ordinance is a legal, constructive part of a new homeless-shelter plan.
The August ballot might include an advisory vote to gauge interest on a move that could affect thousands.
The Snohomish County Council unanimously approved the policy, with a focus on young, vulnerable kids.
Jailers ignored signs Denise Huffer wasn’t OK, her sister says. The county is reviewing the claim.
The council is now slated to decide next week on the measure, which targets a pre-K learning gap.
Members are rethinking how to spend earmarked education money to “make a real difference.”
Snohomish County property owners will get tax statements in March. Some increased. Others decreased.
Police must stop arresting people for simple possession. Snohomish County’s prosecutor and sheriff were still evaluating the impact.
He cited Luisana Hernandez’ “anti-police” Facebook posts. But he misconstrued the comments, she said.
Jeff Balentine declined the job for “personal reasons.” That’s all he can say under a city contract.
BSRE says that the county again wrongly denied its condominium plan for an industrial site near Woodway.
The makeshift village could be on Smith Avenue — but only if people are barred from loitering nearby.