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In debt for millions, a con man’s ex-spouse is ready to talk
Tami Agassi, ex-wife of disgraced Everett developer Lobsang Dargey, wants “to prevent history from repeating itself.”
Nonprofit’s mission to save salmon more relevant than ever
Sound Salmon Solutions wants to save the keystone species with education and habitat restoration.
Ex-Everett developer, convicted of fraud, back in business
Lobsang Dargey is working for Anandacom, a Bellevue firm formed in 2019.
County to pay $1.75M to settle Tulalip man’s wrongful death case
Snohomish County maintains it’s not to blame for Cecil Lacy Jr.’s death in the custody of a sheriff’s deputy.
Ex-Mill Creek manager gets $92K severance after rocky tenure
Deputy City Manager Martin Yamamoto has temporarily taken over after Michael Ciaravino’s resignation.
Port of Everett to get $350K for its costs in soil clean-up
The end is finally in sight for a project to scrub petroleum from two waterfront parcels, owned by ExxonMobil and ADC.
Mill Creek city manager abruptly resigns, ending turbulent tenure
The City Council approved a settlement with Michael Ciaravino after an executive session. Terms aren’t yet public.
Forecast: A quadrupling of Paine Field passengers by 2040
How should Everett’s airport handle rebounding demand? A virtual meeting is set for Tuesday to talk about a master plan.
Romance authors draw inspiration from Snohomish County roots
What do we talk about when we talk about love in the Pacific Northwest? Three local writers find it to be an ideal setting.
Mill Creek councilman invites unvaccinated officers to apply
Police said a staffing shortage could become a crisis. So the City Council approved hiring bonuses.
Mill Creek candidates divided on future of housing, growth
Eight people are vying for four City Council seats. Some of them are railing against new apartments.
Prison reform curbs some solitary confinement, but how much?
Washington has ended “disciplinary segregation.” But in practice, scores of prisoners remain isolated.
Hundreds rally for abortion rights in Everett Women’s March
Toting feminist signs and chanting, “My Body, My Rules,” protesters walked along Everett Mall Way.
Police seeking public’s help to find Lynnwood bank robber
The robbery happened Friday afternoon at a Chase Bank on 184th Street Southwest. No one was hurt.
‘Fulfillment center’ proposed along Bothell Everett Highway
Amazon denies that it’s involved in the project. But permitting documents include the company name.
County pays $600,000 to settle 7 claims of deputy misconduct
In one case, settled for $150,000, a man who was allegedly fleeing said a deputy sheriff beat him senseless.
‘Unprecedented’ crime backlog: Justice leaders plead for help
The county prosecutor and the courts say they need far more American Rescue Plan money than is proposed.
Edmonds College head, a parking scofflaw, faces ethics fine
President Amit Singh wanted unusual parking privileges. A state board says he broke the law.
As police adjust to reforms, crisis responders feel deserted
A new law leaves mentally ill people on the streets, responders say. It’s not what lawmakers intended.
Everett man hits patrol car in suspected DUI crash Saturday
The trooper involved sustained minor injuries in the collision at 32nd Street and Rucker Avenue.