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It’s funded by the federal American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill enacted in the spring.
If after two years they decide they cannot continue in their roles, Melinda will resign her positions.
The Red-Tailed Hawks Flying Club introduces airplanes to kids who might not otherwise spread their wings.
Class schedules and vaccination policies at Snohomish County’s higher-ed institutions will vary.
OceanGate, the maker of submersibles, is to visit the iconic ocean liner now slowly succumbing to bacteria.
The nine-passenger aircraft could fly for the first time this year at Arlington Municipal Airport.
“It means the world being back at 100%,” Diamond Knot manager Korey MacKenzie said.
Fill ’er up before you hit the road with a million others this holiday weekend.
The pilots reported engine trouble and were forced to land the Boeing 737 in the water.
Now that bars can operate at full capacity…
The airline’s ambitious upgrade bolsters a push to appeal to travelers willing to pay for pampering.
Belly up to the Everett bar for mango bango pulled pork sandwiches and bacon cheddar-cheese fries.
The agency is concerned that late changes on the 777X could introduce new, inadvertent problems.
Ice cream sounds pretty good on a day like today.
The company announced that it won’t force app developers to pay fees to Microsoft for using its app store; and that Google’s popular Android apps will run on its new system.
The union will create a division focused on the Internet commerce behemoth.
The complaint alleges “Boeing chose a cheap and hastily implemented bandaid” for its flight control system.
The bills may help tenants stay in their homes, but may cause small landlords to quit the rental market.
TimberRise, which employs wood in commercial and residential developments, is leaving the Emerald City.