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The “Guardians of the Galaxy” writer-director was fired over old tweets joking about sensitive subjects.
Zachary Konicke, 32, said he was having a mental health crisis that day in 2016.
The terms of a homeowners association agreement bar residents in one neighborhood from opposing it.
The 41-pound fish, reeled out of the waters of Grays Harbor, measured 68 inches.
Tuesday results also showed numerous fire district levies were passing — though not all.
The extensive remodel of the 4,850-square-foot 1962 house by Seattle architect Paul Kirk is for sale.
Alexis Eacret took first place for women at the O-Mok-See competition in Idaho a few weeks ago.
“You see these moms and they’re doing it,” said Abigail Hulce, 19. “It gives you hope.”
The winners are students at Jackson, Lake Stevens, Snohomish and Stanwood high schools.
The past two shutdowns went smoothly and drivers experienced mostly minimal delays.
Residents have requested the stops for more than two years since Route 109 service began in 2016.
Officials say they are watching Seattle with “a desire not to replicate what they are doing.”
Expect some changes this year because of construction downtown and damage at the Boys & Girls Club.
Eight fire and EMS tax requests are on the Aug. 7 primary ballot.
A Lake Stevens mom and daughter helped push for a savings program for people with disabilities.
Weather permitting, westbound U.S. 2 will close until Monday, with a one-lane detour on 20th Street.
Kathy Hahn, who started the careers-in-education class at Lake Stevens High School, is retiring.
State Sen. Steve Hobbs is getting slammed for supporting bills introduced by GOP lawmakers.
The Red Cross is assisting displaced residents.
The driver of one vehicle drifted into the oncoming lane. Another driver was seriously injured.