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After 15 years, construction has begun, restoring connection to the Wild Sky and Blanca Lake.
Chelsea Kapica, of Stanwood, has been with Snohomish County Parks for about seven years.
The highway’s long had backups. But now drivers are using apps that take them onto narrow side roads.
A plan to capture fish from Sunset Falls near Index and release them in the river is open for public comment.
Over the past two years, friends Colleen Fadden of Startup and Kendra Swanson of Monroe have lost nearly 250 pounds.
Several districts, including Everett and Marysville, will bring students back to campuses in February.
William Tuttle, 49, was with family at the time. He was from Mountlake Terrace.
He fell Monday afternoon while hiking near Index, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
Devin Shelby, 21, drowned two months ago. His father wants the popular swimming hole shut down.
Jeremiah R. Manners, 23, of Bradley Beach, New Jersey, was seen hitting the side of a mountain.
The sheriff’s office this year has had 330 calls for search and rescue in Snohomish County.
He hit the side of the mountain. Search and rescue teams navigated difficult terrain to get to him.
An empty truck was left running at the Crescent Lake boat launch. An empty boat was recovered upstream.
The state Board of Natural Resources is giving Snohomish County 90 days to stop the Middle May timber harvest.
A helicopter was called in and she was flown to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.
The stretch of U.S. 2 east of Index draws hundreds to the Skykomish River rapids.
Months after he allegedly shot Brandt Stewart on a logging road, Jeremy Staeheli has been arraigned.
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.
The swimming hole in east Snohomish County has been cramped with people — and bad parkers along U.S. 2.