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Trash was strewn, drug paraphernalia was found, tools were stolen and feces was left behind.
He’s accused of firing toward first responders after they were called to his house last month.
The suspect allegedly ran from Monday evening’s collision, which left a woman with injuries.
Motor Trucks in Everett on Nov. 8 was honored with the Hire-A-Vet Award from the Washington Employment Security Department for its practice of hiring veterans.… Continue reading
Students at Mukilteo Elementary School collected 3,623 pairs of new socks during the school’s third annual Socktober event. The socks were donated to local shelters.… Continue reading
The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently recognized its Snohomish School District Students of the Quarter. Centennial Middle School: Palmer Mutcheson, Shannon Herrera-Gaspar Valley View Middle… Continue reading
The Snohomish Education Foundation raised over $256,000 at its 2018 “Imagine… Where Their Paths May Lead” annual auction, held recently at the Tulalip Resort Casino.… Continue reading
Local IAFF members will tour around Bothell this December, collecting donations for Hopelink.
2 presentations spotlighted everything from drugs to measles.
The Wonderland Developmental Center plans to open the Hope Rising Clinic early next year.
Snohomish artist Jackie Cort and friends make gift bags for homeless men and women in need.
A developer is taking initial steps ahead of major logging and grading at the Picnic Point project.
The biomedical industry is looking for graduates and the university is seeking $1.5M to produce more of them.
The 1988 election is the last time a Republican presidential candidate won a majority in the county.
Kinder Smoots runs Eagle Wings disAbility Ministries. The nonprofit serves more than 2,200 people.
With a signature issue and a federal PAC, he is well-positioned for entry into the 2020 contest.
Gregory Normand, who used his position as treasurer to cut himself checks, was sentenced to 1½ years in prison.
The victim was taken to a hospital and a 15-year-old boy and 18-year-old woman were in custody.
“If we kick this can down the road again, shame on us,” said Councilman Peter Morton.