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“I get back Daddy back today,” said one homemade sign at Naval Station Everett.
The facility is the first mental heallth unit in the county to offer in-patient services for children.
But contract negotiations continue. The union says it’s losing staff to places that offer higher pay.
The Hazel Miller Foundation has pledged $1.5 million for the project, which could total $12 million.
When students can’t pay, most schools offer a free stigma sandwich. But not in the Edmonds district.
“We live in a world where mindless consumption is almost respected. To me it’s not a respectful thing.”
The mayor of Edmonds calls him a generous, thoughtful and “inspirational” philanthropist.
Two major housing development projects could be built on Edmonds School District properties.
Also available are inspection documents covering grocery stores, public pools and spas.
The deal to buy the independent clinic could be completed in January.
The Marysville couple had planned to be married twice before but their plans were waylaid.
Two chairs were running Thursday, and two more were expected to open on the weekend.
The district has had to reduce its workforce every year since 2014 due to budget constraints.
Eric Prescott’s newish car will give him mobility and, hopefully, the chance to revive his singing career.
It was discovered tied over a beam in an area where a pair of black employees were working at a construction site.
The incident occurred Oct. 26 on a construction site near the Point Edwards condominiums in Edmonds.
The 11 participants this year included a former astronaut and a high school senior.
City Council members want to know about any issues that might be affecting it.
Controversial businessman Peter Zieve is challenging City Council President Bob Champion.
A new waterfront connector and the city’s saltwater marsh also capture candidates’ attention.