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The store, a hub after the Oso landslide, is changing hands. The new owner will keep all 25 workers.
She wasn’t wearing a seatbelt, according to Washington State Patrol. She was airlifted to Harborview.
She reportedly was having mental health and drug-use issues, and is accused of assault and hit-and-run.
Many seasonal ventures are waiting until the last minute to decide whether to open this year.
The Darrington Wood Innovation Center is set to become a reality — bringing roughly 150 jobs with it.
Several districts, including Everett and Marysville, will bring students back to campuses in February.
A center to produce innovative wood products could stabilize Darrington’s drained timber economy.
A bill pushing more funding toward 3D mapping and disaster preparation is on the president’s desk.
Her car reportedly failed to negotiate a curve and struck a utility pole.
He currently serves as chief of police for the Sauk-Suiattle Police Department near Darrington.
“Colors of Fall” distributed food and resources to more than 200 cars on Monday.
Each year, a 14-mile gravel stretch of the loop closes due to snow and reopens in the spring.
Officials offered no timeline for repairs saying the building’s landlord is responsible for the work.
Whitehorse Community Park will have the first equestrian campsites in the county, accommodating tents or RVs.
Finding the woman, who suffered serious injuries near Darrington while trail running, was the easy part.
He submitted an Alford plea, not admitting guilt but acknowledging a jury would likely convict him.
Incumbent Sidney Logan faces former Marysville City Council member Rob Toyer for the District 1 seat.
A woman sustained a concussion and broken collarbone after falling more than 20 feet at Vesper Peak.
Mail can be collected and retail transactions can be completed between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Adam L. Johnson, 29, didn’t return from a hike Saturday. Search and rescue found his body in a creek.