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Workers are temporarily needed starting in May. Pay is $20 per hour, and schedules are flexible.
Dozens braved a frigid Monday morning to celebrate the soon-to-be City Hall and police station.
Alex Jensen, 18, hopes to someday return to the school as a science and leadership teacher.
High schoolers countywide can join a new trades program housed at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
All over the city, construction to build housing, retail and industrial is underway or in the works.
Judeth Davis fell in love with clay when she was just 4 years old. Now she’s an award-winning sculptor.
Gusts could reach 45 mph Wednesday, and the National Weather Service issued a flood watch.
Retailers can no longer hand out them out and must have paper bags for customers at a dime apiece.
One teen died and another was paralyzed. On Friday, a plea to drive sober was posted at the site.
Police chased same woman days before. She had a warrant out for her arrest.
After it was narrowed down to six, Steve Ewing was appointed to Mayor-elect Brett Gailey’s position.
Nattapon Oonlamom, 17, moved from Thailand about seven years ago. Her dream school is Stanford.
He reportedly used a bat and a hammer to beat the woman, who was left blind in one eye.
In a new report, U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen advocates for more Navy and Coast Guard vessels at the base.
Forecasts show high water levels on Friday afternoon in the Stillaguamish River near Arlington.
If the application process moves forward, construction could potentially begin around springtime.
Earlier this month, the city council hired a contractor for the project set to be finished in 2020.
The company can’t build yet. Next, it must submit a construction plan and apply for building permits.
The city council hired a contractor on Monday, and construction could begin next month.
Last time, there was no vote on the proposed wholesale store. Now the council has another chance.