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Officials now begin to prepare recommendations on high school reconfiguration and other issues.
The Washington State PTA Reflections art contest theme this year was “Within Reach.” Students with Outstanding Interpretation awards advance to a national Reflections contest. Winners… Continue reading
“I remember when my dad told me that every time our family member relapses, we relapse.”
There will be 1,000 more spots opening in the state next school year — far fewer than needed.
An 88-year-old Smokey Point mobile home resident died despite a valiant effort by neighbors.
Walkouts are planned Friday at schools around the country, including at least nine in Snohomish County.
The work follows complaints from residents about people driving too fast down the street.
The “bizarre” agreement promises a former leader up to $175,000 if the group fails to meet his demands.
Police say they used stolen credit cards to make purchases at the store.
Treehouse helps kids graduate. It can be a challenge. One student has moved four times in two months.
Senior Jenna Knudson has attended the Marysville Christian school since preschool.
Diana Ellerman, a social studies teacher at Cedarcrest Middle School, was recently honored by the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Joint Base… Continue reading
They join with the Everett-based Hands for Peacemaking Foundation to build a school in Guatemala.
County liaison Lacey Harper is the winner of The Herald Business Journal’s Emerging Leader award.
Projects aim at improved safety as well as moving more cars.
Robert Myrick Jr., 16, who loved basketball, died in August. His killer admitted to manslaughter.
The ‘A Simple Gesture’ program has gathered over 2,200 pounds of food since starting in January.
Flags will fly at half-staff on April 21 to pay tribute to Ray Hancock, who died earlier this month.
He tutors, volunteers at a summer camp and food bank, and was invited to join the Gospel Mission board.
His goal is elected office. Meantime, he works and volunteers — and if you meet him he might hug you.