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Some of the top schools in the region came out for the event, which included the popular lineman challenge.
At a rally Monday evening, Tirhas Tesfatsion’s family called for answers in her July 13 death.
Sheriff Adam Fortney was one of the many who attended the meet-and-greet at the new mosque.
The public utility has been bracing for the impacts of climate change for more than a decade.
After winning the 14th Stanwood-Camano Island Soap Box Derby, Avery Rochon and Camden Tatarian will race at the big event in Akron, Ohio.
Local leaders are shifting to long-term recovery, though the pandemic isn’t over, they say.
The agency hasn’t made final plans for 10 acres previously slated for a university expansion.
The former Kimberly-Clark mill site is nearing the end of a complex cleanup, part of a $36 million terminal project.
Drivers surprised an 8-year-old with gifts. “It’s just amazing what a community can do,” her Marysville mom said.
The freshman point guard poured in 19 points to help her team win its final game of the season.
Named after Erin Sample, who has cerebral palsy, it will become fully ADA-compliant.
Ed Newsom was saved by his son and a friend, both 16, after he was swept underwater while tubing.
With a lighthearted spirit, Cindy Buchan can deadlift over 300 pounds and is qualified for a world event.
Light-industrial development is transforming the farms and fields where the two cities join.
The wide, paved path is suitable for all ages and abilities. On the way, there are plenty of places to stop for a rest and lunch.
Malakhi Knight is a projected early-round pick in the MLB draft, which begins Sunday.
Bill and Pat Taylor’s landscape has Japanese maples, conifers, rock work, a waterfall with a stream system and a pond.
When MMA gym owner Jeremy Pidgeon was arrested, it unmasked decades of domestic violence, three women say.
Scenes from Sunday’s “Edmonds Kind of 4th” parade, sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.
The Chicago State-bound senior starred while leading Glacier Peak to a perfect 9-0 season.