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The union is asking its 8,000 members to vote on the deal starting Saturday.
The Daily Herald responds to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus prompted a run on them. But they’re wreaking havoc on utilities across Snohomish County.
He gave the go-ahead for funerals, but only immediate families can attend.
She caught last plane out of Peru, while her friend in Peace Corps had to leave post in Mozambique.
“We are taught … to not be alone.” As meeting sites closed in Everett, 12-step programs moved online.
Scott Ryan, 41, worked for Community Transit, where nine employees have tested positive.
The Coupeville facility’s 49 residents and 100 staff members have all been tested for the virus.
A $1.3 million grant from the state will go toward the facility, which could hold up to 150 people.
Foes can now gather signatures for a referendum that would give voters a chance to keep or repeal it
Much of Snohomish County’s most pristine and remote land is part of the 2,690-square-mile forest.
Nine pallets of gear to fight against COVID-19 are being distributed to local hospitals and clinics.
The SEC alleges Dave Schmidt and two others bilked $4 million from investors who bought them.
In March 2017, sheriff’s deputies allegedly beat, choked and shocked Alex Dold at a home near Maltby.
GM will make ventilators under contract for much-smaller Ventec Life Systems.
The crew member is assigned to the USS Johnson. This is the only sailor to be so diagnosed in the state.
Obstacles persist for the unsheltered amid the pandemic, even as some are relocated to motels.
Both parties lined up behind the most colossal economic relief bill in the nation’s history.
The project would have had the company producing more than 1,000 ventilators a month.
The company’s permit to fill wetlands is under review. Public comment is open until April 12.