Thursday, September 21, 2023
The Tenas Creek fire, which started late last week, was 90% contained Wednesday after burning 38 acres.
Sidney Montooth boarded her horse Blaze. When he died, she was “a wreck” — and at a loss as to what to do with his remains.
Right after the Forest Service announced the Huckleberry Flats fire was caused by humans, a new fire sparked in the same area.
Officials closed a stretch between Suiattle Pass and High Bridge due to the Dome Peak Fire. But rain has helped moderate it.
Barker moved as a youngster and didn’t come back much, if ever, to mingle. But some fans have come looking for his birthplace.
The 134-acre fire, near a popular access point to the Glacier Peak Wilderness, cost roughly $652,000 to fight.
The TV game-show legend who became one of the country’s most prominent animal rights activists, has died.
The remote fire grew rapidly, emitting heavy smoke, after being discovered in late July. No trail closures were in effect.
Meteorologists expect this will be the most intense heat the region has seen so far this year.
Darrington locals and Washingtonians gathered Saturday night to watch individuals compete in events from cow milking to bull riding.
After learning about a state sales tax refund process, the tribe agreed the lawsuit was rendered “unnecessary.”
Over 100 years old, the town’s only pharmacy will close July 21, forcing residents to drive 28 miles to Arlington for medicine.
In assembly line fashion, historians meticulously sifted through photos, letters and records that could be headed for federal archives.
Gavin Gladsjo is looking for $6,000 in donations for bike, helmets and lessons for kindergarten through fifth grade.
The Mountain Loop Highway will remain closed on the south side between Barlow Pass and Bedal Campground.
The transit agency is in early development for microtransit services in Arlington, Darrington and Lake Stevens.
Outdoor education is the Glacier Peak Institute’s mission. Even for kids living in the shadow of the Cascades, it’s often their first time camping.
Organizers announced Wednesday they would “take the year off in order to figure out the best path forward for Summer Meltdown in 2024.”
Tribal members on the reservation are charged state taxes despite a federal exemption. The tribe says it’s a sovereignty issue.
The Small Business Administration offers loans to businesses, nonprofit and farms harmed by disasters.