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Tuesday’s election also looked favorable for Marysville’s fire measure, but not Monroe’s hospital levy.
Folks in Marysville, Darrington, Monroe and Sultan have decisions to make.
The device separates seawater and oil from gas tanks. It saves about $65,000 each time it’s used.
The home was built around 1900. At one point it was owned by a woman married to a former mayor.
It would replace a bond that’s about to expire. Property owners would pay the same amount in taxes.
The military hopes to add 70 ships by 2050, but so far there are no plans to expand the base here.
The base opened a quarter-century ago Monday. Work to bring it here started long before.
The district believes there’s enough money to finish most of the proposed work.
Britta Sinclair cheered through the streets of New York. She’s a senior at Mountlake Terrace high.
Grace Lambert, a junior at Jackson High School, led the youth climate strike in Seattle on Friday.
Presentations last week detailed three different options. Research should be complete in May.
The destroyer had been stationed here longer than any of the other ships. It arrived in 2002.
The money raised goes to young people who compete in 4-H at the fair. Doors open at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Deane Cruze retired in 1995. He started a scholarship for kids whose parents work for the company.
Research began a year ago and was slated to finish last month. A focus was the road’s gravel portion.
One man won a classic car for just $10. The Port Gardner club starts its raffle in a couple of weeks.
The Lake Stevens man allegedly followed her inside and stuck her with a needle. He’s been arrested.
Gift-givers might catch the last of them. Plastic shopping bags are banned starting in 2020.
A time to remember: Local women helped secure the passage of the 19th Amendment nearly 100 years ago.
A Tuesday vote could approve the Rhodora annexation. A resident has tried to stop the process.