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“Hopped Up: How Yakima Valley Changed Craft Beer Forever” won an award at this year’s Ellensburg Film Festival.
The site near Picnic Point recently sold for $24 million after the previous developer filed for bankruptcy.
The passenger ferry service from the Port of Everett to a sandy bar runs July 5 through Labor Day.
Detectives have been searching for the vehicle that struck Katherine Mueller, 31, of Snohomish.
Most of their Challenger Elementary students don’t know about the hidden badge of teacher pride.
Surrounded by a SWAT team near Everett, the man tried to flee but was subdued with pepper balls.
Investigators found Lakewood fans’ behavior created a “racially charged” situation during tense May contest.
Bail set at $250,000 for James Spitzer, who served time for a shootout with a Nevada sheriff’s sergeant in 2011.
The Jackson High student body president led his peers through uncertain times.
Union leaders say Providence’s latest offer includes low wages and cuts to benefits and paid leave.
The pandemic changed everything for the class of 2021. For one young woman, it was a time to give back.
She was taken to a hospital and was expected to survive. The suspects fled the scene.
Metal artist Dennis Cant has been at every festival since its founding. The event moves to downtown Everett this year only.
Celebrations and reflections on Black history and progress are planned across Snohomish County.
As demolition proceeds, it’s unclear what the Everett Housing Authority will do with roughly 10 acres.
The airplane repair company president will step into his role at a critical moment for the aerospace industry.
A vehicle struck a pedestrian at an Everett intersection and fled the scene.
A Mukilteo teen’s “Light to Liberty” bicycle tour is a healing journey from sea to shining sea.
Local leaders say the Navy’s decision to locate 12 frigates in Everett bodes well for the base’s future.
A reader asks how the city addresses a situation where so many don’t negotiate a curve.