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“For a brief moment all people were truly one,” says an Edmonds statue commemorating Neil Armstrong.
The Everett nonprofit’s leader grew up in foster care. The agency serves kids removed from their homes.
Every morning except Sunday, the Craven brothers invite Snohomish Valley farm friends to join them.
On a hand-built boat, Everett troubadour and his troupe will perform free shows on the Willamette.
A task force is weighing options for the old school, where plans were made to put up a parking lot.
After 32 years, Sky River bake shop’s owners are hoping to retire. “This is how your grandmother baked.”
He lives in Lynnwood now, but Jin So’s eyes were on the Korean Peninsula during presidential meeting.
Fire agency reports fewer incidents since city’s ban on personal pyrotechnics took effect in 2017.
“She has that inner joy,” Teresa Schmierer’s daughter says. Her mom wows friends at water aerobics.
A larger meeting place is on the wish list for agency that offers activities and builds friendships.
New laws don’t require that firearms be kept in a safe, but owners should know the rules and risks.
Donors visit lodge to celebrate end of a capital campaign that will help more kids enjoy Camp Fire.
Monroe High School’s Susan Dow spent more than four decades helping her students find their niche.
He was a landmark. Wobble grew from 26-pound preemie into 1,800-pound beast where a herd once roamed.
A judge, a farmer, real estate firm owners and a coffee company head talk of following in footsteps.
Stephanie Griffith, who taught kindergarten in Monroe, was beloved by students and Spokane girlfriends.
Matthew Colson, who was killed by a hit-and-run driver in Marysville, was honored at the GED ceremony.
Ray Miller to focus on vets’ suicides at Sunday rally in Seattle that’s part of Wear Orange Weekend.
More paid parking could be in the future as the Port of Everett’s waterfront projects are completed.
John Hinchcliffe, of Lake Stevens, was part of the first wave to storm Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944.