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The type of construction made the fire difficult to extinguish.
Sober for over two years, Roger Evans wants to give others a chance to make a change.
Shirley Prouty has been writing “100 Years of Arlington” for over 15 years.
Officials listed places the contagious teen visited. He is among five new cases statewide.
The school board approved the layoffs, which could affect 38 full- and part-time teachers.
Kids are invited to try luge, the sport. Those with talent may be asked to train with USA Luge.
Feds say they’ll use what the state submitted in 2016 even though they’re no longer the state’s faves.
A flat tire was fixed, a kind word was said. She recounts kind acts as her daughter neared death.
The City Council chose a contractor this week. Construction is to be finished in 2022.
The agency wants to expand maritime freight and ship maintenance, but it isn’t the only interested party.
After restoring five miles of habitat, the PUD needed to warm the Sultan River near a dam.
Travis Hammons attacked a man — reportedly for telling an attorney about plans to attack high schools.
And controversial aerospace exec Peter Zieve is eyeing a different Mukilteo council seat.
A first-in-the-nation program funded by workers will provide financial help to defray expenses.
He was in a parked patrol car when another vehicle veered off the freeway and struck it.
Advocates say uniforms help increase self-esteem and bridge the socio-economic gap.
That mysterious eyesore by the sea will be replaced by a new research center. “It’s all going to go.”