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Mark Kristofferson was riding in the Tour de Palm Springs in California.
Thirteen school districts in Snohomish County have levies on Tuesday’s ballot.
Heavy rains have filled the Snohomish River and its tributaries to the point that cranes have had to park on the U.S. 2 trestle three… Continue reading
The future of North Cove Park might hinge on whether voters approve a bond for a new library.
For her mom’s 90th birthday, Rachel O’Brien recruited friends to send actual cards through the mail.
AIM High School in Snohomish, an alternative program, lets Erik Linder compete across the world.
Still to be resolved: Whether defendant Todd Eugene Brown’s methamphetamine use was a factor.
As an admittedly surly person, I can respect a dash of sass when I dine out. And not long after I sat down with my… Continue reading
Normally, replacement levy ballot measures are routine. But this time the situation is complicated.
He was found in the woods by a search crew of family, friends and volunteers from the community.
The Lake Stevens and Lynnwood sons trained together, and Pratt reflected on Couture’s impact on him.
The Lake Stevens grad also talks about getting fit and staying grounded here in Washington.
He escaped from the state psychiatric hospital nearly two years ago but was caught after a few days.
Over 30,000 of last year’s eighth-graders signed up for the College Bound Scholarship, with a statewide average sign-up rate of 71 percent. Edmonds, Everett and… Continue reading
The unidentified body was found by a group searching for Jason White, who has been missing since Jan. 3.
His lawyer says the case should be tossed because there’s no solid data to show how meth affects people.
Thomas “Chris” Mattingly was suspended from a school in Montana after officials learned of his past.
A group will meet Saturday at the Taco Bell on 91st Ave. NE to look for Jason Michael Knox White.
There was a stretch earlier this month when a person was reported missing almost every day for a week.
Families are seeking a change in the state’s limiting wrongful-death law.