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She kept thinking of the children there, alone, scared and in the dark. “That could have been us.”
Veterans, current service members and their families can all use it.
The 35-foot mammal came within feet of the beach, giving humans and a couple of dogs quite a show.
Mukilteo sponsors the “Cool Girls in Aerospace” program, which pairs girls with women in the industry.
She has been accepted into the University of Washington’s neurobiology program.
Joy Varady has been a nurse practitioner in Providence’s Comprehensive Breast Center for 15 years.
Combined, the Everett and Marysville clubs helped college-bound students with $338,700 this year.
The pool closed in 2007 and its building recently was demolished. A new aquatic center opened in 2014.
New rules will allow 3-story buildings closer to businesses and the future light rail stop.
It usually gets more expensive in summer, but prices are higher now than in previous years.
The big change at Hawthorne Elementary in Everett could affect funding, staffing and programs.
Marysville police find a suspected robber thanks to security camera images.
The Stillaguamish Senior Center has given its Lifetime Achievement Award to Virginia Hatch.
Dale and Charlene Reiner grew up, married and raised a family on the Monroe homestead.
The USS Ralph Johnson has a crew of more than 300, and many of their families are already here.
The brand-new ship will join five other guided-missile destroyers that call Naval Station Everett home.
The Sky Valley Youth Coalition has installed pantries at schools so kids can take food home.
Interest in the case of Tyler Christensen, of the Edmonds area, has recently surged on the internet.
Meanwhile, the tenure of Capt. Mark Lakamp, head of Naval Station Everett since 2015, ends in June.
John Taylor’s jacket was found at an antiques shop in Oregon and returned to Taylor’s Landing.