Wednesday, November 29, 2023
Resort originally planned to open Dec. 1. But staff are hopeful this week’s snow will allow guests to hit the slopes soon.
Qingyun Li was 11 when he scored a perfect 36 on the ACT test. His sister, Ruoyun, was one point away.
Mike Rosen handily defeated incumbent Mayor Mike Nelson. He talked with The Herald about how he wants to gather the “full input” of residents.
New school zone cameras in Edmonds will begin operating in January. Mukilteo is considering enforcement cameras as well.
Flooding is a threat every year for 75,000 locals — and the long-term forecast suggests it’ll only get worse in the coming decades.
Everett Community College’s nursing program has 79 slots. Hundreds apply each year — and that’s just the first hurdle.
The free family event is open nightly at Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens in Legion Park.
The new Everett Mall Way restaurant is the popular chain’s fifth Snohomish County location. Openings often cause traffic backups.
A vacant home blew up Wednesday in the 19700 block of 25th Drive SE, throwing a garage door across the street.
Three people spewed hate speech via Zoom at a council meeting this week. Then, the council moved on to regular business.
Ryan Greely arrested Molly Wright in August on charges of obstructing, though state law generally allows filming police in public.
The five-year investment plan of the 0.1% sales tax aims to construct 550 new affordable units.
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