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One victim’s injuries were serious. Detectives arrested a Marysville man for investigation of assault.
Kendal Kippen, now 27, was formally accused of abusing a girl, 15, he met at Jake’s House Church. Others have alleged abuse, too.
A Whatcom County jury was unable to determine whether or not an Arlington man killed his friend in self-defense.
The SBA offers funds and expertise to small companies that hope to boost their export business.
Gallardo-Van Ornam served on the Arlington Planning Commission and is a former Monroe Chamber of Commerce director.
Public works crews can remove heavy concrete panels from sidewalks, so the ground underneath can be restored.
Daniel Lyons Scott assaulted federal officers on Jan. 6, 2021, prosecutors allege. He now faces nine federal charges.
An escaped pig was on the run for a week. The search brought the community together.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is doing regular maintenance through Friday.
Leafline Trail Coalition’s map has over 900 miles through King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
Jessica Seybold, 39, has been missing since December 2017. Authorities received a tip about a property east of Arlington.
A $2.3 million federal grant will pave the way for a project to resurface the airfield’s main runway.
The Arlington company said a bigger runway and flatter terrain are better suited to early testing of the commuter aircraft.
“We didn’t expect this could happen here,” said Sall Hutson, 76. “In little towns a long time ago, you could hardly come out at all.”
There were no reports of anyone being shot. A suspect was arrested with the help of a police dog.
There’s $476 million to divvy up with the state. Government lawyers are sorting it out.
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians is widening lanes, adding a separated shared path and improving wildlife crossings.