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During birth center closure at Swedish Edmonds, Providence in Everett saw a springtime baby boom.
A mother bear’s den was accidentally disturbed before the rescue of two cubs. Bigger bears will soon be free.
With commencement ceremonies and proms canceled, schools are working on other ways to honor seniors.
At the Port of Everett, ramps didn’t close despite coronavirus. Many around the state open next week.
A book by professor from Marysville chronicles the 1960s environmental battle over a planned copper mine.
Free meals are no longer available at the downtown park honoring child abuse victim Matthew Parsons.
Many EvCC and Edmonds College students are from farflung countries and can’t “stay home.” No visitors allowed.
As technology and creativity fill in the gaps for students, parents say teaching at home is hard.
“I’m not kneeling in front of a computer. I’m kneeling in front of God,” an Everett man said of online church.
Neighbors are putting stuffed animals in windows so children can spot them during weeks out of school.
Everett’s Kevin McKay is a guitarist in rock bands, but COVID-19 pandemic has him learning the bugle.
Rules for funerals limit attendees to immediate family. In Darrington, a memorial tradition is on hold.
She caught last plane out of Peru, while her friend in Peace Corps had to leave post in Mozambique.
Sculpture, part of playground renovations, is a reminder of elephant that lived and died in zoo here.
The coronavirus kept classmates from being together, but Claire Murphy celebrated the big day with family.
“It’s an adjustment for sure.” We’re out of the office as a coronavirus caution, but still on the job.
With care facilities locked down by coronavirus concerns, loved ones and seniors are finding a way.
Pat Ward retires from volunteer chaplaincy after 16 years with Mukilteo, Lake Stevens and Everett.
Cocoon House, Domestic Violence Services, YMCA, YWCA and other agencies hurt by coronavirus crisis.
The 1918 pandemic killed about 50 million. Everett shut down and thousands died in Washington.