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They serve as role models, and their extra eyes and ears look for early signs of trouble.
A man suspected of two DUIs in a week hit Amanda Perry. “He’s going to kill someone,” she said.
Prosecutors say the woman set the killer’s house on fire as retaliation. A judge ordered a mistrial.
Basil on Everett Mall Way is run by the son of longtime Vietnamese-American restaurateurs.
Music composed by Stephen Foster and George M. Cohan will be on the program Sunday.
And in a council race, Liz Vogeli, with more than 51 percent of the vote, was leading Tyler Rourke.
Digital information is more available, says a history buff who worked at Little Bighorn Battlefield.
Voters were supporting a countywide tax for emergency radios, rejecting an Arlington schools bond.
The hiring event will be Wednesday and Thursday, in the afternoon, in Lynnwood.
People might hear loud noises from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The same exercise is planned for next week.
After a theft gone awry, the iconic statue of an Evergreen Way saloon now stares down from the roof.
Two men are accused of poaching $12,000 worth of public timber. Their Discover Pass excuse didn’t fly.
A Snohomish Health District initiative is aimed at helping employers deal with the epidemic.
The sentence includes a two-year penalty for having a previous drunken driving conviction.
Whoever is elected will have some tough decisions to make next year.
Gladyz Valencia-Anguiano is accused of staying in the car and smoking a cigarette during a deadly robbery.
Scholarships are “a vote of confidence in the students,” the director of the EvCC Foundation said.
The college fears the 140-unit complex will lead to vacancies in its dorms and create congestion.
Two of the three Snohomish County Public Utility District’s commissioner seats are on the ballot.
Everett officials say the demand for services has outstripped available funding.