Dayn Brunner, 50, worked at Do It Best Hardware for about six months in 2019. He’s accused of stealing $6,300.
The car was to remain in the water overnight, at least. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office was investigating.
Three trails could be decommissioned. New ones could be built. And over 22,000 acres of trees could be thinned.
Darrington resident Jennifer Savage aims to make Bark-ery, her dog treat bakery, a full-time gig.
Among the provisions are money to build a Community Recovery Center in Lynnwood and aid Afghan refugees in Snohomish County.
Now in its 45th year, the three-day festival features bluegrass with a mountain backdrop and camping in the woods.
Batteries, nuclear power and electric planes are just a few of the industries that have come online here.
The money is in a proposed capital budget. There are also funds for area youth programs and housing the homeless.
In Darrington and elsewhere, rural residents have struggled to work remotely during the pandemic. A new project aims to help.
The music and camping event is on for July 28-31, with a new venue along the Skykomish River.
Federal agencies consider the volcano a “very high” threat. The early warning system is severely lacking.
Nels Rasmussen claims he can heal pets from thousands of miles away. After state officials learned he called himself “Dr. Nels,” he rebranded.
After a months-long investigation, the woman is accused of neglecting her animals.
The 14-mile stretch of gravel road will shut down starting Friday. Snow has hit higher elevations.
When filters failed at a commercial grow, neighbors noticed. The facility says the issue is fixed.
Their views on levies differ sharply. On a mask mandate and sex education, their differences are more nuanced.
A vehicle crashed on a forest service road near Boulder River, leading to a major rescue operation.
HomeStreet Bank donated $5,000 to Edmonds College’s Project Home Association, which provides rental and hotel assistance to students facing homelessness. The donation marks 12 years… Continue reading
Nervous and excited students filtered back into classrooms full-time in five districts in Snohomish County.
One-way hikes lessen our impact on the landscape, and, to some extent, on the other hikers on the trail.