It’ll be the second transmission line on the island. It should help keep the lights on during windstorms.
The Everett treatment plant released the water into the Snohomish River. It may have not been properly sanitized.
Funding from the Great American Outdoors Act will help patch up roads and trails on the Mountain Loop Highway.
The levee is over a hundred years old. And it shows. But efforts have lagged to fix it before it’s too late.
The COVID-19 pandemic proved the integration would improve public health responses, officials say.
This year marks a return for many services that were paused during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At Thomas’ Eddy, Doug Ewing estimates he has collected 3,000 pounds of lead fishing weights. And that’s just one spot.
Three trails could be decommissioned. New ones could be built. And over 22,000 acres of trees could be thinned.
“Desiccation” is a sign of climate change’s impact on forests. Damage was observed in the Cascade foothills of Snohomish County.
The wetland currently doesn’t have a name. Soon it could be the namesake of Andy Holland, a forestry teacher.
Parks staff will soon unveil plans for the 1,400-acre trail network. Mountain bikers feel like “we didn’t get any input.”
Police say Carl Bridgmon, 70, was an innocent bystander. No arrests have been made.
Andy Holland inspired generations of students to pursue forestry. Now his nephew wants to honor his legacy.
The Snohomish County PUD project on Casino Road will serve low-income families — even on cloudy days.
A new protection zone for marine vegetation in Snohomish County is a big first step toward future efforts.
The arrest of Jeff Walker helped unravel a drug trafficking operation that stretched from Mexico to Canada.
Richard Rotter’s bail was set at $5 million. A police report reveals more about his encounter with officer Dan Rocha.
Officer Dan Rocha had served since 2017. He leaves behind a wife and sons. A suspect was arrested after a pursuit and crash.
A $6 million project at Leque Island is already seeing “overwhelmingly positive” signs of a healthier ecosystem.
Hilary Franz, of the state Department of Natural Resources, unveiled a “tree to sea” approach in a 100-page paper.