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Despite qualifying for the vaccine, people over age 65 may have to wait weeks for a shot.
The move to Phase 1b means more than 200,000 Snohomish County residents are eligible for the vaccine.
A family was displaced by a fire that apparently started in two dumpsters.
After his 2019 sentencing for a robbery, the suspect’s DNA was entered into a criminal database.
The 2.9 magnitude quake struck about 3 miles south of Monroe and lasted only seconds.
Director Shawn Anderson moved to Texas. Now, the board has 90 days to replace him.
Kevin Klein gave up hope in finding his simple gold band, but this dumpster dive had a happy ending.
A farm in Monroe turns waste into electricity. A new partnership will double the anaerobic digester’s output.
An Arlington woman has created an online map of where to find the brightest lights and decorations.
Sophie E. Theriault died at the scene. The driver sustained minor injuries. No one else was involved.
Prisoners at the Monroe Correctional Complex are bracing for a second virus outbreak.
Christmas House won’t open this year due to COVID, but its toys will be distributed at area food banks.
Owners of the Maltby Cafe feared closure, but a wave of business and donations has thwarted the end.
More than 20 such facilities are dealing with outbreaks as countywide infections continue to rise.
Dr. Julia Barnett was fired in April 2019 by the state Department of Corrections.
The switch comes after some in-person classes, and a warning that teachers could be fired for not showing up.
The district is bringing first-graders back to schools Tuesday. Their usual teachers might not be there.
First-graders were to start a hybrid schedule on Monday, but teachers say the district is not ready.
The school board there is moving forward with a plan to bring first-graders back on campuses on Nov. 16.
The dumping impacted almost three acres of wetlands and over 2,000 linear feet of streams.