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A Snohomish County group has advice on letting a cool breeze in while keeping kids safe.
Someone responded to a public request to borrow a knife like that used in a woman’s stabbing death.
“There goes our baby,” one of two teenage boys allegedly said as they watched firefighters douse the flames.
The work will result in a new 60-foot fish passage.
Dr. Philip Ranheim’s medical office has been there since 1998.
The city ordered Eric Durpos to take training after complaints about angry workplace behavior.
Zachary Konicke’s father survived the 2016 attack, which involved knives and fire.
Police are seeking any information that could lead to suspects.
Both involved alcohol or drugs as well as hypothermia.
Voters in 2016 approved a $116 million bond for the overhaul and a new elementary and preschool.
Sprinklers inside a storage room kept the blaze from spreading.
At the homeschool program Academy Northwest, senior Jacob Nowlan finds himself thriving again.
Memorial Day weekend begins the peak season for drownings.
A collection of news and events about and for active duty military and veterans.
Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory spent the past 16 years overseeing major growth and expansion.
The Lake Stevens Miss Aquafest Pageant was held April 14 at the Everett Performing Arts Center. Eighteen girls, ages 5 to 18, competed for 11… Continue reading
Some local students returned with awards from the DECA International Career Development Conference, held April 21-24 in Atlanta, Georgia. Nearly 14,000 North American students took… Continue reading
And an Arlington advisor is named the state’s best.
The 10-year-old had just exited a school bus in Lake Stevens. The motorcyclist initially fled on foot.
The repair of pavement has been rescheduled for June 2 and 3.