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The Lake Stevens shop’s Ben Libay likes to slather the cinnamon-y spread on a cheddar onion biscuit.
Last year the water tower was not illuminated, breaking a nearly quarter century-long tradition.
The closing is due to COVID and the end of a lease. The owner hopes to reopen elsewhere in 2022.
“The need is just overwhelming,” VOA volunteer said as hundreds of cars lined up for groceries.
The malls plan to have him in person and socially distanced. “We need holiday cheer,” says a mall manager.
The switch comes after some in-person classes, and a warning that teachers could be fired for not showing up.
The new chair of the Snohomish County Airport Commission wants everyone to get acquainted with Paine Field.
In the shadow of Mount Pilchuck, the Ballinger family treats animals with respect from their first days on the farm to their last.
Amid soaring new coronavirus cases and an overburdened health care system, the state’s clamping down.
In an annual update, the commanding officer also explained Everett’s lack of an aircraft carrier.
Crews will work overnight, on a weekend, where Sound Transit’s rail line will cross the freeway.
Whitehorse Community Park will have the first equestrian campsites in the county, accommodating tents or RVs.
An Everett dentist and his two dentist brothers have created their own in-house dental plan.
As a gunner in B-17 “Flying Fortress,” Arlington’s Art Unruh flew 50 missions to fight Nazis in Europe.
With loss of a grant from United Way, Pacific Treatment Alternatives ESTEEM housing program at risk.
A Lake Stevens woman spearheaded the placement of signs to honor those who fought for the right to vote.
But most of the Legislature’s Snohomish County incumbents were sailing to re-election.
Many in Snohomish County had more than just the presidential race in mind on Tuesday.
Molly McKinney, 18, has blazed a trail, and it wasn’t always easy. She’s a senior at Marysville Getchell.
The Snohomish County transit agency has concurrent plans for slow and fast economic recovery.