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It’s Jim Smith’s sixth mayoral run. He’s up against first-time mayor candidate Christine Frizzell.
The city is set to benefit from over $2 million in state investments for electric vehicle charging.
Only one incumbent is running in the races for three seats. Newcomers hope to bring diversity to the council.
Police said a staffing shortage could become a crisis. So the City Council approved hiring bonuses.
Jordan Sears, 22, got an early start in politics. Steven Yarbrough, 60, says his opponent “needs more seasoning.”
Water is flowing through new channels, salmon have new spots to spawn and kayakers have more chances to battle whitewater.
The city is booming with development. Now four incumbents look to fend off challengers.
In Snohomish County, school board races have become a proxy for ideological battles. Monroe is a prime example.
Three newcomers are in races for two seats. In each case, there’s a candidate calling for a “back to basics” approach.
Six candidates are running for three City Council seats. The Daily Herald quizzed them on housing, tree code and more.
Patrons in recent years have reported they were apparently drugged and sexually assaulted, according to police.
Organizers cited a high-wind advisory. It is to reopen Oct. 31 for the final market of the season.
Each race has a clear political divide. And each Snohomish County district reliably leans either red or blue.
Their views on levies differ sharply. On a mask mandate and sex education, their differences are more nuanced.
An incumbent, David Simpson, is challenged by Everett City Councilmember Scott Murphy.
The driver hit a center lane divider and rolled his car. Police are investigating him for vehicular assault.
The suspect, 23, was arrested this week for investigation of more than 55 felonies.
Among other concerns, a 14-year-old student says she was forcibly kissed by a boy in the hallway.
Alieu Drammeh, 53, didn’t have a license to practice for years. Yet he was hired again and again around Puget Sound.
The Great ShakeOut offered a dress rehearsal Thursday for a new system that aims to warn before the tremors start.