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Deterioration of the bridge, built in 1933, prompted capacity and weight restrictions.
Check your phone: The final drawing is done and calls to winners are going out on Wednesday.
Shawna Reid is charged with lying to a grand jury investigating the killing of an Assistant U.S. Attorney.
The goal of the clinic is to provide in one place all the services patients might need.
Ed Newsom was saved by his son and a friend, both 16, after he was swept underwater while tubing.
He was flown from Index to a Seattle hospital Sunday after a rock from the Town Wall broke loose.
He reportedly spit on an officer and said he stabbed the Marysville man. “And I’ll stab you, too,” he said.
The agreement will extend the current contract for a year and boost the pay of classroom instructors.
The driver who allegedly caused the crash was in custody.
Federal review is next. Wagering on pro and college sporting events could arrive in time for fall games.
A bowling alley? Maybe. Potential tenants are showing interest and locals have their own wish list.
Some drivers try shortcuts that frustrate neighbors and add to the gridlock in the area.
The state Department of Commerce is partnering with financial institutions and community-based organizations.
Two grads named EvCC distinguished alumni Everett Community College has selected assistant principal Jennifer Reyes and former Camp Fire executive director David Surface as the… Continue reading
The county required at least eight grocery stores to temporarily boost pay in unincorporated areas.
With a lighthearted spirit, Cindy Buchan can deadlift over 300 pounds and is qualified for a world event.
Light-industrial development is transforming the farms and fields where the two cities join.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 76 collected donations and filled 30 boxes to send overseas.
The town’s largest employer acquired 145,000 acres of timber land from Weyerhaeuser.
A state agency says lack of training put Public Works employees at risk of injury and illnesses.