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Goodie bags in Granite Falls connect teacher with her students Missing the connection with students during online learning, middle school science teacher Sabrina McLaughlin dropped… Continue reading
A reader asked if a roundabout is planned at 67th Avenue NE and 108th Street NE. The city says no.
Peggy Jahn spent six weeks in the hospital. These days, she’s climbing a ladder to paint the bedroom.
Firefighters responded to a smoky second-story unit. A cigarette may have set a mattress on fire.
Police were investigating after a male was shot and hospitalized.
Pandemic means changes in how the community will celebrate. Virtual and drive-by events are planned.
Diane Lopes steered the Sunrise View retirement villa through the pandemic. She retired this month.
Dr. Ryan Keay says “the science just wasn’t there” in the days after Everett hospital first saw COVID.
In a letter to Gov. Inslee, they are seeking the authority to begin vaccinating more people.
Costs for construction and property have soared as revenue dropped during the pandemic.
Darryl Keffer has been treating people sick with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic.
Since then, everything changed. Here are five stories from the frontline of the COVID crisis.
A roller skating coach has launched an online fundraiser, wants to help the place he fears may close.
The Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation will be available for up to 11 weeks.
Power is restored to more than 200,000 customers, but others still wait after more than 60 hours.
Jason Anderson was allegedly told to “suck it up” after reporting the conduct to his supervisor.
Years of mental health and drug-related struggles led up Johnnie Hilliard’s actions in December 2019.
Overall ridership on state ferry system dropped to a near 50-year low in 2020, but it’s picking up.
Ferral Jackson, 70, was sentenced to six months behind bars Thursday for aiming a rifle at deputies.
Edmonds, Everett and Mukilteo superintendants hope to reopen classrooms sooner. The state says it doesn’t have enough doses.