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His appointment created an opening in the House. Bothell councilwoman Davina Duerr tabbed for it.
The ORCA LIFT card will now be accepted on Community Transit and Everett Transit routes.
Upgrades to 35th Avenue SE are part of a $90 million plan for the Bothell-Mill Creek road network.
Erin McCauley was a bookkeeper for a Lynnwood business. She was sentenced to three years in prison.
Bartenders Mallory Galash, Alethea Kendrick and Valerie Hackett have become close friends.
Namig Bekirov last seen on June 7. His truck, with a Monster Energy decal, is also missing.
Foul-smelling smoke billowed over Highway 522 Wednesday evening, but it wasn’t believed to be toxic.
Lily Rummel’s first ride will likely be her last, after colliding with a truck.
Snohomish County planners are seeking a detailed traffic study for the 360-unit project near Highway 522.
The assaults were a way for the man to “get out of going to work,” he told officers.
Trustees are moving to axe the admission fee. They don’t want it to be a deterrent to potential students.
The widening project between highways 522 and 527 is set to launch with bus rapid transit in 2024.
Derek Stanford was the party’s top choice to fill an opening left when Guy Palumbo resigned.
They argue that deadly force should not have been used against Nickolas Peters, 24, last October.
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Threatened with a lawsuit over Ramadan guidance, she reiterated district support for Muslim students.
Rick Nelson contacted detectives, who wanted to talk about a man’s body buried in a yard near Bothell.
Steve Hopkins’ artisanal irrigators will be among hundreds of offerings at the garden art festival.
Deputies were looking for Richard “Rick” Nelson. The dead man, Michael Powell, was missing since the 1990s.
The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund has threatened legal action against the district.