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In Edmonds, the City Council rejected a Diversity Commission recommendation. Columbus is out.
The Snohomish Health District ran out of supplies quickly, but more are arriving daily.
District says it can no longer provide transportation for the special-needs student.
Container for syringes, gloves, safety glasses, tongs, sanitizer and instructions all in kit.
The swallow-tailed gull, from the Galapagos Islands, has been seen in the U.S. only three times.
John Medina speaks Tuesday at a health conference in Lynnwood called “At The Edge of Amazing.”
The first step toward building a $30 million project to provide emergency and pedestrian access to the city’s waterfront will soon be under… Continue reading
State-of-the-art scientific research is tough to do in former Air Force barracks. The lineage of the 70-year old waterfront building can be seen… Continue reading
Longtime north Everett residents may remember Keely Coxon making her runs along neighborhood streets. Her long blonde hair was swept back into a… Continue reading
Less than two weeks after Ethan Papenhausen completed his Eagle Scout project — a 16-foot bridge over a gully in Japanese Gulch Park… Continue reading
It has become a rite of August. Bargaining for teacher contracts often leads up to and sometimes spills over into the beginning of… Continue reading
A handwritten note on the whiteboard in Spencer Warfield’s bedroom laid out the challenge: scoring 98 percent or higher on an upcoming national… Continue reading
The end of two-way center turn lanes. Adding designated spots for making left turns. Wider sidewalks with greenbelts separating walkers from the nearby… Continue reading
Some 24 employees of The Everett Clinic have been laid off, the first job cuts since the medical group was bought by DaVita… Continue reading
Tucked in among the row of booths at the Marysville Farmer’s Market is one offering both fresh food and help to veterans. The… Continue reading
Many people come to Pioneer Cemetery simply to take in the view from its bluff — ferries crisscrossing Puget Sound, bald eagles sometimes… Continue reading
Edmonds teachers have reached a tentative agreement with the school district on a new three-year contract, which if approved by members will allow… Continue reading
Two people knew they had diabetes, but weren’t testing their blood sugar levels daily. Seven women received digital breast cancer screenings. More… Continue reading
New data provide a sobering picture of the opioid problem in Snohomish County, with 37 overdoses in one week, including three deaths. The… Continue reading