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The governor urged a “World War II” kind of mobilization to manufacture materials.
We’ve sacrificed to save the lives of our elders; we must do the same to save younger generations.
We can’t lift vigilance tomorrow, but there are risks in keeping the economy shut down for months.
Districts across the state are expected to offer online learning. Locally, those plans differ.
Carol Perry can’t celebrate her 102nd birthday bowling Tuesday. But maybe her kids will get her a Wii.
He had been transported to a Snohomish County medical center for unrelated concerns.
The Daily Herald responds to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus prompted a run on them. But they’re wreaking havoc on utilities across Snohomish County.
He gave the go-ahead for funerals, but only immediate families can attend.
Limiting the virus’ spread among those vulnerable will require more screening and better shelter.
Congress must make sure our veterans can get the care they need for therapies and a vaccine.
Those who can turn to governments and wealthy shareholders may have the cash they need to survive.
The balance between caution and getting outdoors does require some concessions. But you can still walk.
“We are taught … to not be alone.” As meeting sites closed in Everett, 12-step programs moved online.
Scott Ryan, 41, worked for Community Transit, where nine employees have tested positive.
The Coupeville facility’s 49 residents and 100 staff members have all been tested for the virus.
A $1.3 million grant from the state will go toward the facility, which could hold up to 150 people.
Much of Snohomish County’s most pristine and remote land is part of the 2,690-square-mile forest.
The Washington governor has been a critic of the president on a number of issues.
He said his superiors warned him to stop speaking out about what he considered sluggish preparations.