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An Everett man arrested as lawmakers prepared for the session, which will focus on the pandemic.
The job as Mukilteo’s CEO and ceremonial head pays $70,800 a year. Official filing is in May.
CBD lotions and potions are touted to treat pain, insomnia and anxiety. Owner: “We’re not a pot shop.”
Drawings are Tuesday and Wednesday. Local retailers report an uptick in sales.
An Everett man, 41, was arrested after he was found in a Cady Road church Sunday morning.
Prosecutors allege Jaclyn Singleton forged power of attorney and took tens of thousands of dollars.
Here’s what’s happening on Day 1 of the 2021 session of the Washington Legislature.
She was born at Providence in Everett and leads the health care provider’s northwest Washington group.
A reader asked whether they are allowed. The law’s clear on when.
Christmas House adapts during COVID, delivers gifts to thousands About 8,500 children across Snohomish County had gifts this holiday season thanks to creativity and collaboration… Continue reading
The second-floor apartment fire spread to a unit above and others were damaged by smoke and water.
With a virtual 2021 session, a phone call or email will be your primary means of reaching them.
More than 1 million statewide are included in Phase 1B, which could start in a few weeks.
Two former priests at St. Michael in Snohomish were among four “credibly accused” of molesting children.
State lawmakers will work remotely as they tackle COVID-19, economic recovery, police reform and more.
The suspect allegedly left the pedestrian to die. He later reported “unfortunate events” had happened.
Andre Hofland, 17, was shot and killed in a robbery. Two Marysville teens were arrested for investigation of murder.
The bill appropriates $40 million annually for 3D mapping and disaster preparation.
Murray, Jayapal, Larsen and DelBene want the president removed to prevent him from inciting more harm.
A quarter-mile stretch is set to close for two weeks as crews install sewer lines near Quilceda Creek.