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A new state law, which bans the use of Native American mascots by schools, takes effect July 25.
Max Djenohan spent the pandemic pursuing outdoor adventures, clothed and in the buff.
Paine Field will receive $5.4 million. Arlington’s airport and Harvey Field each are getting $59,000.
Contractor crews plan to repair 220th and need to close the freeway for light rail work.
The Island County Jail inmate was temporarily sent to a state prison and allegedly held in solitary confinement.
Emmanuel Perez shot his roommate seven times, according to prosecutors. He has pleaded not guilty.
Rental assistance money won’t reach many landlords before the coronavirus eviction moratorium expires.
A six-movie lineup by the Port of Everett features action, cartoons and rom-com.
Remedy Tulalip is giving away cannabis cigarettes to those 21 and older who get a shot on Tuesday.
People gathered Saturday in a Monroe park to celebrate Juneteenth, a new federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery.
The movie makers are shooting scenes for a full-length feature at various sites around the island.
Madison Thompson was one of the youngest competitors in her division of 80 kids.
Community Transit is planning a pilot program next spring and wants to hear what people think.
AAUW scholarship for Edmonds College student The Edmonds SnoKing Branch of the American Association of University Women awarded Abigail Cruz its $2,000 Edmonds College scholarship.… Continue reading
Lack of affordable housing squeezed buyers and drove up home prices across Snohomish County.
The air should cool a bit after Monday, then heat up again. Local waters remain hazardously cold.
Harry Lee Jones Jr., 27, beat and then shot a Farwest Motel guest in 2018 while two accomplices looted his room.
But the designation wouldn’t stop the Everett School District from tearing down the former school.
Lack of affordable housing put the squeeze on buyers and drove up home prices across Snohomish County.