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What’s now Swedish Edmonds began with Dr. Olav Sola and others seeing need in south Snohomish County.
Ruben Babak was last seen around 2 a.m. at a relative’s house north of Lynnwood.
After combining for nearly 75%, the two city councilmen are likely to face-off in November.
All proposed fare increases were approved. The pilot “Good to Go!” sticker for tolls is also a go.
After nearly 40 years in education, the superintendent says she’ll retire after the next school year.
James Bay Distillery, now open at Paine Field, needed Her Majesty’s permission to sell Scotch.
Find a plastic bank and share the wealth. Pigs in Paradise starts Aug. 1 at seven local branches.
The seat was left open after Dave Earling decided not to seek a third term.
She dinged the bell, jumped over the counter and swung at an employee’s head, charging papers say.
Seaview Park’s new equipment includes an adaptive swing, disc swing and cushioned fall surface.
The baker also ices “Secure Borders” on treats and he’s hearing plenty from fans and foes.
Mike Nelson said the debt, which was paid off last year, doesn’t disqualify him from office.
63 years later, the jazz combo begun in Everett plays on. “We’re in it for the friendship…”
She remembers waking up in a grass field with a man kneeling next to her and a woman standing nearby.
Terrence Miller’s planned bowling date with his wife prompted the judge to raise it from $750,000.
Michael Spieker is charged with second-degree domestic violence assault after getting prison term.
Whether you’re visiting, new to town or entertaining guests, here are the big tourism draws.
The baked good is a key piece of evidence against a man charged with unlawful possession of a gun.
Rules of the road for parking oversized vehicles on city and county roads.
Until July 29, you can weigh in on the proposed across-the-board increases through an online survey