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The 5th grader researched the life and legacy of Willis D. Tucker. The result amazed his teacher.
“Clean, safe and open” is the goal, but anglers and other visitors are unhappy about the new cost.
A “shoddy-robot” hack-a-thon at WSU Everett gave engineering students a taste of real-life problems.
Northwest ESports is hosting local tournaments as competitive video gaming rises in popularity.
The real thing would be seismically serious, but getting a feel for what’s to come can be fun.
Four local bookstores took part in this year’s Seattle Independent Bookstore Day Challenge.
Market changes mean stricter rules on cleanliness, and a lot of recycled items are anything but clean.
Local coaches give a scouting report on the undefeated Eagles.
Two cineplexes devoted half their screens to it. Still, it might be hard to get tickets this weekend.
Iyanla De Jesus whiffs 16 as the Timberwolves repay an earlier loss to the Grizzlies with a 5-1 win.
The Grizzlies own the day in Snohomish at one of the state’s largest track and field meets.
Callia Park won Best of Show in Invent Washington and is headed to the nationals. Patent pending.
Cheryl Bryan was born five days after Easter in 1960 — and she’s loved bunnies ever since.
A Snohomish-area veterinarian teaches equine stretches important to health and performance.
Cocoon House will open a new services and housing center on Colby Avenue on Friday.
She was born in North Dakota in 1909. Surrounded by family on her special day, she keeps on smiling.
The Chargers have made gradual improvements over the past four years and are now among the area’s best.
The contemporary circus’ first skating-based show comes to Everett this week.
The Whidbey Island ride might be short, but it’s the busiest for traffic — 2.3 million vehicles per year.
The Skagit Valley’s annual celebration of the colorful perennials runs through April 30.