Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is allowing them to return, but they must be tested daily.
Thai on Main Street is serving up fried beef jerky, minced pork, papaya salad and other Lao delicacies.
Fertilizer prices doubled. Global wheat supply is under threat due to war. Gas, too. And that may add up to smaller yields.
A warrant for Roman Berkovich was issued this month. He’s accused of vehicular homicide in the death of Sophie Theriault.
The 13 new episodes show that with elbow grease and ingenuity, nothing is unsellable in this wild market.
Monroe’s original library at the old City Hall will now house a community meeting room and museum exhibits.
One reader noticed more litter along Highway 522. Cleaning up is a team effort of state agencies, volunteers and inmates.
It took Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue roughly 30 minutes to extinguish the blaze.
An inspection last year found Listeria mono, a harmful bacteria, on surfaces at Felix Custom Smoking.
While incarcerated in Monroe for 10 years, Gabriel Herrera used a ballpoint pen to stick out.
Granite Falls, Marysville, Stanwood and Sultan all suffered levy defeats in this month’s special election. They’ll try again in April.
Had he gotten the recommended chemotherapy, he’d likely have lived to his release date, the lawsuit says.
After a state Supreme Court ruling, Monroe prisoner Arthur Longworth had his sentence reduced for the killing of Cynthia Nelson, 25.
For a few more weeks, here’s where to find visiting swans. If you’re lucky, you might see a “rare bird alert.”
In a letter, they dispute the characterization by the state Corrections secretary after her visit in Monroe.
Two employees filed complaints against Justin Blasko, citing accounts of “intimidation, abuse of power and unethical behavior.”
In a visit to the Monroe prison, Corrections Secretary Cheryl Strange said the response to the pandemic is keeping people safe and alive.
Christopher Kelly, 49, of Gold Bar, is being investigated for vehicular homicide in the death of Martin Milburn, 60, of Sultan.
Aaron Howerton was among the first in the state to be resentenced under a state Supreme Court ruling on young defendants.
The music and camping event is on for July 28-31, with a new venue along the Skykomish River.