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Police expect to arrest him for investigation of vehicular assault after he’s released from the hospital.
Respite, weddings, un-immaculate conceptions are part of the legacy of the miniature Wayside Chapel.
Les Reardanz is leaving to focus on his aging parents, military duties and a new job.
A series of escalating confrontations ended in the death of Michael Smith, 32, charges say.
The affordable housing complex would be four stories high and be built along Highway 9.
The parking lot south of the Swift terminal will be expanded to accommodate the new spaces.
They’ve worked in the school district or with it. Now they want to shape the policies that guide it.
A Lake Stevens code regulating sign size based on content is violating a 2015 Supreme Court ruling.
They are talking about teacher layoffs and improving communication between the board and parents.
Male suspect reportedly had outstanding warrants and allegedly fought, fled from law enforcement.
And switch direction to adjust to current conditions rather than stick to a strict schedule.
Lake Stevens area voters will decide whether to join a district serving Monroe and Mill Creek.
William Talbott is set to be sentenced Wednesday in the murders of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg.
Kids started to learn in nature there in the 1940s. Most buildings at the site have been torn down.
Pilchuck Julia was part of the Snohomish tribe, and was known to predict the weather.
The new Census of Agriculture sheds light on how Snohomish County grows food, and how that’s changing.