Dr. Larry Schecter (left), associate dean for WSU North Puget Sound’s medical education programs, walks down the central staircase with Chancellor Paul Pitre at Washington State University Everett. The campus, which opened in 2017, will attract youth and talent to Everett and Snohomish County. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Dr. Larry Schecter (left), associate dean for WSU North Puget Sound’s medical education programs, walks down the central staircase with Chancellor Paul Pitre at Washington State University Everett. The campus, which opened in 2017, will attract youth and talent to Everett and Snohomish County. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

The 2017 news that changed business in Snohomish County

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