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He claimed to be a famous film producer with a multimillion dollar contract to produce a documentary.
Professionals from the legal and law enforcement fields will speak with girls in grades eight to 12.
His goal is elected office. Meantime, he works and volunteers — and if you meet him he might hug you.
Both floors of the two-story house caught fire.
The Edmonds-Woodway High School Deaf Academic Bowl team finished in second place at a West Regional competition held March 10-11 in Irvine, Calif. Team members… Continue reading
The money may be a drop in the bucket of need, but will help identify who is at risk, how to help.
Alan and Jordan Correa always bonded over their passion for soccer and now, law enforcement.
The All-Washington Academic Team program recognizes and honors top students from the state’s community and technical colleges. Local students named to the 2018 team: Marwa… Continue reading
The kindergarten students of Cedar Park Christian School’s Lynnwood campus delivered Easter baskets to 35 children at the Everett Gospel Mission Women’s Shelter. Teachers Marcia… Continue reading
The busy east-west route runs through the area set to become City Center.
Teacher Teresa Estes was recently awarded a grant to purchase a Yamaha digital piano for her music classes at Meadowdale Elementary School. The grant was… Continue reading
“I’m not a bad person,” Muamer Mehmedovic reportedly told police after his arrest.
He attributes his success to family support and the fact he was determined, confident and ambitious.
She launched the local Girls on the Run esteem-building program. Already, hundreds have participated.
Veterans from all generations get together monthly: “We’ve all been through the same experiences.”
Kevin Lewis, of Lynnwood, denies shooting his estranged wife’s sister at the Everett-area home.
Outreach is key for this senior analyst with the Snohomish County executive’s office.
A taxing district collects about $1.2 million annually. The money goes toward city road projects.
The sons of a photojournalist portrayed in “The Killing FIelds” are helping educate Cambodia’s youth.
The Elizabeth Ruth Wallace Living Trust awarded $200,000 to Page Ahead, a Seattle-based children’s literacy program. The money will help the nonprofit provide services to… Continue reading