Friday, September 22, 2023
Park staff treated about 11,000 square feet with glyphosate and 2,4-D. When applied correctly, staff said they aren’t harmful.
Tidal wetlands are crucial for Chinook salmon. But efforts to restore habitat may erase many of the island’s trails.
In eight months, the Kicking Gas campaign helped 118 Whidbey Island homes install energy-efficient heat pumps. That’s just the first step.
Two new reservoirs on Rucker Hill are nearly complete. The city plans to replace another off Evergreen Way in phases.
The funding will help decrease flood risk and preserve farmland near Monroe and Sultan.
Program leaders had hoped to reroute all of the fair’s waste from landfills. Almost a decade later, they’ve achieved 45%.
The City of Snohomish said people should avoid swimming in the lake and boating through algae scum.
North of Stevens Pass, some hikers are taking a 101-mile detour past trail closures. Others have hitched rides to Mazama — or home.
Air quality dropped Saturday in Everett as winds shifted, pushing smoke from the Cascades and Canada into the lowlands.
Birders at an annual Swift Night Out counted about four swifts Saturday. In the past, they’ve counted hundreds.
Construction at McCollum Park exposed contaminated soil from an old landfill. Runoff could have been polluted.
Firefighters were called to the west end of Hewitt Avenue around 12:35 p.m. Saturday.
The resort plans to construct a new four-seat lift for December, replacing Kehr’s Chair.
Fish and Wildlife is asking residents to report carcasses and not to feed any wild birds to prevent more infections.