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The DECA State Career Development Conference was held March 1-3 in Bellevue. Several local students finished in top spots and qualify to join nearly 19,000… Continue reading
Officers in Everett, Marysville, Monroe and elsewhere have gone to court to remove guns from homes.
A woman was found drowned and a man was found dead in a car crash.
Local youth recently served as pages at the state capitol in Olympia. Isaac Yi is a student at Heatherwood Middle School in Mill Creek. He… Continue reading
An official said there’s no evidence of foul play or anything suspicious at this time.
Her products are dripping sarcasm. “Have a friend going through a divorce? I have a candle for that.”
Snohomish County’s alternative high schools and reentry programs are identified as needing high levels of support.
The goal is to start construction early next year on a 18,000-square-foot police station.
Sanctuary Covenant is now Hope Covenant and is located in Everett.
The Issaquah-based chain is doing due diligence on the property, which is mostly owned by the city.
The Gonzaga-bound senior star keyed Lake Stevens’ breakthrough season.
Rejection of proposed changes in the law angered and shocked parents who lost adult children.
Many districts are supportive of Wednesday’s planned protest over the Florida school shooting.
Landowners don’t know where to turn to stop relentless erosion by the Pilchuck River.
The westbound span has shown significant wear and tear since it was last repaved in 2002.
The settlement ends Dennis Taylor’s lawsuit against a former mayor and a former city administrator.
You just can’t cut straight across Highway 9’s four lanes onto South Lake Stevens Road.
A report due in June will sort out what city, county and state officials think are the best options.
More than 135,000 ballots were cast, a turnout of about 31 percent.
The pipe closing will affect mainly the Snohomish and Monroe areas.