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Representatives wonder how to protect rural properties from sprawl without being unfair.
Woman fell and hit her head on a rock Saturday, and her condition worsened overnight.
“I live in Washington. I should not have to water a Christmas tree,” says one grower. But they did.
In Edmonds, however, standardized test scores rose after an emphasis on teaching data analysis.
Community Transit recently donated 10 vehicles to 12 local community organizations. The vehicles had reached the end of their service life at the agency. Since… Continue reading
Someone was inspecting the rifle when it fired, police say. A child was in the house.
He urges hikers to bring everything in their packs, even car registration papers. A fresh spate of vehicle break-ins have been reported at… Continue reading
Tucked in among the row of booths at the Marysville Farmer’s Market is one offering both fresh food and help to veterans. The… Continue reading
Representatives from state and federal agencies, outdoor recreation groups and nonprofits are working on plans that could change the way people pay to… Continue reading
Lamont Olson sipped Coca-Cola out of a plastic cup and steered a golf cart around the campground, waving as he passed guests.… Continue reading
Andrew Spencer’s 10-year-old daughter wrote her father’s killer a letter. “I want to know why you had to kill my dad,” the girl… Continue reading
Richard Roesiger’s grandson once said his grandfather’s journals would make a good movie script. There were deadly property disputes, brutal winters and… Continue reading
Rescuers on Monday responded to an emergency call on Mount Pilchuck for the seventh time in less than a month. A woman… Continue reading
As Nate Nehring’s political opponents have assailed his youth and brief work history, the appointed Snohomish County councilman has stayed busy winning over… Continue reading
A spate of rescues has authorities warning hikers about deceiving conditions on Mount Pilchuck. Snohomish County Search &Rescue was called to the… Continue reading
Tens of thousands of fruit cups, cracker packs, cheese sticks and cartons of milk were served to children in Snohomish County last summer.… Continue reading