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Christopher Fox, 54, and Tad Henry, 56, were believed to be camping before they went tubing.
The men were reportedly not wearing life jackets or helmets when they went tubing Saturday.
The men, both in their 50s, were from the Seattle and Kirkland areas, authorities say.
The highway’s long had backups. But now drivers are using apps that take them onto narrow side roads.
It’s been 20 years since an explosion in a mobile fire training unit injured Gold Bar’s Isaac Howard.
William Tuttle, 49, was with family at the time. He was from Mountlake Terrace.
A muddy 10-acre property east of Arlington was the base of a violent drug ring spanning the West Coast, new charges say.
He allegedly hit a parked car along U.S. 2 and fled. Four people were injured, including a teenager.
After a couple months, the community raised about $60,000 to replace aging, cracked equipment.
Brenda Cavoretto was injured when a dead body fell on her in 2012. She’s accused of overselling its lasting impact.
Both were airlifted to Harborview after their vehicle rolled down an embankment and caught on fire.
Brian Diaz, a pharmacist and genetic researcher, is still awaiting trial for possession of methamphetamine.
The state Board of Natural Resources is giving Snohomish County 90 days to stop the Middle May timber harvest.
The stretch of U.S. 2 east of Index draws hundreds to the Skykomish River rapids.
A Gold Bar group wants to ban state logging in the Reiter foothills, saying tourism could replace lost revenue.
Projects between Snohomish and Index are set for the coming week, with single-lane traffic in spots.
A search was suspended Wednesday night. The swimming hotspot near Index has been the scene of recent tragedies.
Instead of starting a bonfire, take your brush to one of three wood-chipping events.
The state will cut more than 400 acres next to Wallace Falls State Park and in the Reiter foothills.
East Snohomish County had just weathered a bad winter storm, when COVID-19 gutted the recreation-based economy.