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The city selected 50 small businesses and 11 nonprofit service providers for $10,000 to $100,000.
A lax response by federal leaders left us unprepared to return students to the classroom this fall.
Check out a list of publicly funded online homeschool programs available in Washington.
Educators want schools to open, but in classrooms or at home it will take effort and investment.
There are 13 active clusters, up from three last week, as the COVID-19 case count continues to rise.
The new restrictions go into effect July 30 and will be in force for the foreseeable future.
He is expected to discuss the state’s ongoing response to the coronavirus outbreak.
It took reforms by doctors, journalists and city leaders to accept scientific observation as the path to a cure.
The Marysville School District delivered 400 kits to disadvantaged students. So far, kids love them.
Many districts are re-thinking plans to welcome students back to schools as COVID-19 cases spike.
Long wait times for test results are hampering efforts to contain the virus through contact tracing.
The popular annual free comic day blockbuster was reworked by the pandemic to last all summer.
Viewpoints were sharply divided between Democrats and Republicans.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
With work-from-home likely to continue for many, bosses and employees need to find a way forward.
The $1.5 million will go toward rent and utilities for families financially hurt by the crisis.
Fauci’s most important work is in aiding vaccine development; his role as adviser has been compromised.
Health officer says surge in Snohomish County cases is fueled by small gatherings of 10 to 15 people
The virus is infecting thousands of often impoverished residents every day.
And the price of MAGA loyalty could be as damaging to its supporters as it was to the Confederates.