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The building near Smokey Point would include a memory care wing. A public meeting is Tuesday.
Ethan Kelly, 17, has played clarinet for years. After high school, he hopes to study sound design.
Everett Public Schools bought a site near Mill Creek. Construction is years away and still unfunded.
Heavy rain Monday caused houses to flood and Everett High School to close. Class resumes Wednesday.
For nearly 70 years, Don Tillman has run the operation near Arlington. It’s this year’s centennial farm.
Caleb Hutton has won a C.B. Blethen Award, for reporting on the arrest of Jody Loomis’ suspected killer.
Uniforms are required at Everett’s new Tambark Creek Elementary. The public school opened Wednesday.
The group recorded themselves and posted the video on YouTube. The city is testing its drinking water.
A Snohomish park has been named for the tribal fisherwoman who once lived nearby.
The Rhodora annexation was controversial and fought by neighbors. The land is along 123rd Avenue SE.
Work at the Lake Stevens park is about halfway done. Another dock there was recently renovated.
About 40 students gathered at Camp Killoqua to learn how to save lives in the event of an emergency.
The building, more than 100 years old, is at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds.
This project is only the beginning of a revitalized downtown. More work is set to begin in the fall.
For now, they’ve requested a rehearing after the federal court sided with the city of Everett in July.
Hot air balloons glow and stunt planes soar at the 51st-annual Arlington Fly-In. It ends Sunday.
The hard cider producer used to be in Woodinville. It’s now in the growing Cascade Industrial Center.
A small building burned down a couple of weeks ago. The damage added up to more than $72,000.
City code said a mayoral candidate’s signs were too big. He said the law couldn’t be enforced.
Most met as children, and are now in their late 60s to late 80s. They all get together once a year.