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A big run by the Spartans paves the way for a 3-0 sweep of the Warriors in a top Wesco 3A matchup.
Artful adornment in Everett is the creation of a retired Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer.
The college calls it student housing, but Cedar Hall looks like a house of dreams.
This husband-and-wife team has been serving up brisket and more for a decade in Monroe.
Brisket, pulled pork, sausage, chicken and the fixin’s all await you near the Reptile Zoo on U.S. 2.
State Patrol trooper Yaroslav Holodkov just happened to be driving by when he saw a suicidal man.
The Sitka spruce’s loss marks another season — and a moment to honor and treasure all that has passed.
The Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is celebrating 40 years of forging career-ready students.
A groundbreaking is planned for later this year for a replacement of Quil Ceda Creek Casino.
Within days of moving to the area in 2008, Zaid Chishti visited the Zainab Center in Lynnwood. He was looking for a place… Continue reading
Hours after the doors opened to them for the first time Wednesday morning, there was evidence that high school students had been in… Continue reading
They weren’t lost in Hurricane Harvey, but newly arrived dogs and cats at the PAWS shelter are still, indirectly, refugees from the Texas disaster. Already,… Continue reading
Forget the spread offense. Cascade, a Wing-T team, showcased its own take on the ever-popular system during the Bruins’ season opener. “We feel… Continue reading
As a boy, Skye Schillhammer could often be found riding around his hometown of Darrington in search of trails to ride and jumps to soar.… Continue reading
A couple has been selling Stetsons here for 21 years. A grandmother showed her granddaughter around the same fair where she used to… Continue reading
This might make me seem un-American, but I like apple crisp better than apple pie. You know why I love apple crisp more? Because of… Continue reading
Miranda “Danger” Granger got to the point where she was just too dangerous for the competition. The Snohomish native and Glacier Peak High School graduate… Continue reading
Jenny Marts has been driving by the big building on the corner of Wetmore Avenue and California Street for months, waiting for the… Continue reading
By many standards, the Monroe football team is coming off a very successful season. After all, the Bearcats ended a quarter-century drought by… Continue reading
Far from Virginia, where strife begotten of a white supremacist rally exploded in deadly violence, traffic buzzed past a highway sign Tuesday near the Everett… Continue reading