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Police say an employee of the bar shot and killed the man, who had opened fire in the parking lot.
The city’s first councilwoman of color is mindful of a fast-changing future.
The city is the latest local government to take a stand on sanctioned spaces for using illegal drugs.
Council President Paul Roberts’ draft resolution is to be considered at a Wednesday meeting.
The city is exploring short-term options for the aging public works complex on Cedar Street.
The 65-unit complex would serve primarily the chronically homeless or those with mental illness.
Said B. Osman has a warrant for his arrest, but he’s in federal immigration custody, officials said.
Cigars and beers are among the traditions in Edmonds, along with bathrobes and goofy hats.
H. Scott Holte tripped over a metal utility cover, seriously injuring his arm and wrist.
The city also spent $153,500 on outside legal help and forensic accounting for the case.
The units are primarily for homeless people living with mental illness, according to public records.
The Herald sits down to talk to the outgoing Everett mayor about his long tenure, which ends Sunday.
A bank executive will be chief of staff, and a former state senator will be deputy mayor.
It could lead to a new agreement on mitigation and lift a lid on company employment.
Jeff Bohnet, who has since retired, said he was “traumatized,” apparently because of an investigation.
Everett council members plan a ballot measure. An outside group calls their involvement flawed.
The building will be eight stories tall, with seven of those visible from Broadway.
Sentencing looms for a Mill Creek man on five counts of bank robbery and a count of attempted robbery.
LDS church holds annual nativity festival featuring more than 600 sets.
Cascade High School’s annual food drive brings in 80,000 cans, 1,800 presents and more than $30,000.