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He has a history of theft, burglary and trafficking in stolen property out of Snohomish County.
The travel guru bumps into his scarecrow Franken side on an Edmonds porch.
Stephanie Wright is seeking a third term. Opponent Willie Russell is campaigning as a change agent.
Highway 99 development, public outreach and soothing partisan divides are key topics for candidates.
Jeremy Dutcher, a First Nations Canadian from New Brunswick, will perform in Edmonds.
“The Lavender Palette” at the Cascadia Museum in Edmonds offers important lessons in art and history.
But a Snohomish County judge didn’t strike down the entire law in a decision issued Friday.
Incumbents Carin Chase and Gary Noble face challengers while two newcomers face off for open spot.
Lice Spies is a hair salon that targets those tiny 6-legged parasites that make us itch like crazy.
In Seattle, a rally and march and other events are planned.
Councilmen Mike Nelson and Neil Tibbott present differing ideas for the growing city’s future.
Balancing leadership (the people side) and management (the process side) is a key to success.
Roger BelAir teaches the art of the game with the funny name to inmates and at courts in Edmonds.
As Emerald City Trolley stops service, city leaders will weigh paying for the popular attraction.
Six projects were awarded money from Sound Transit to improve connections to transit.
A Sound Transit contractor hit a water main causing water to pour into an on-ramp and the interstate.
Trudy Kempton Dana is the author of “The Kemptons: Adventures of a Montana Ranch Family, 1880-1964.”
The group of 15 residents from across the town has until January 2021 to form its recommendation.
The new joint in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood will have a familiar name: Niles Peacock Kitchen and Bar.
A lying doctor causes a lot of trouble for himself in the French farce, staging Sept. 27 to Oct. 20.