Stanwood firm looks to double its composting operation

Expansion of Lenz Enterprises’ facility calls for processing more hours each day and on Saturdays.

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To expel or not to expel Matt Shea, that may be the question

Results of a private investigation could put the fate of GOP lawmaker in front of the House in 2020.

Gallery: Finishing touches for the Evergreen State Fair

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Everett woman accused of lying about slain Seattle prosecutor

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Man who drowned in Lake Ballinger identified

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Another sunken boat in the river — is this becoming a pattern?

The 50-foot sailboat near the Langus park in the Snohomish is about a half mile from the Midas.

After a decade of planning, Granite Falls has new City Hall

This project is only the beginning of a revitalized downtown. More work is set to begin in the fall.

Police surround Arlington house where man threatened family

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Snohomish’s busiest fire station could’ve closed — now it won’t

The city and the fire district talked about swapping properties. Now a different plan is underway.

Man accused of rape in Lynnwood turns himself in

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