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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.
Some states’ strict laws worry Dr. Suzanne Poppema, who performed the procedure for 20-plus years.
High school students in the Leadership Launch program organized the event to break down barriers.
Vietnam veterans and Gold Star parents attended an unofficial ceremony at the Hero’s Cafe in Lynnwood.
Ownership is unclear for the final resting place of many Everett notables. Some died in World War II.
New at this weekend’s 20th annual event will be a beer garden and a display of vintage hydroplanes.
“We saw something special,” the club president tells high school seniors at annual scholarship event.
“Clean, safe and open” is the goal, but anglers and other visitors are unhappy about the new cost.
Part of an international organization, the group awards scholarships and helps locally and globally.
A flat tire was fixed, a kind word was said. She recounts kind acts as her daughter neared death.
Biringer Farm still grows berries in Arlington as port project prepares to return old site to marsh.
The GRASP support group — Grief Recovery After Substance Passing — is starting a chapter in Snohomish County.
Born in 1914, the Everett Boy Scout troop, founded by the Elks, didn’t have enough members.
Daniel Guisinger Jr., identified by DNA, was serving on USS Oklahoma when he died in the 1941 attack.
The nonprofit also honored a fire agency for helping students get clothes through Operation School Bell.
She kept the D.A. Duryee real estate business going while her husband served during World War II.
The UW Bothell grad’s goals grew from her struggle with substance abuse and losing her children.
It’s not a shelter, but the Domestic Violence Services site in Lynnwood can point the way to safety.