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Grace Correa lost her marriage, home and business. She invested in a new restaurant. Then came COVID-19.
As they prepare for a wave of patients, local workers share fears and hopes for their safety.
Fredrika Smith was supposed to serve until July. Her immediate resignation was announced Thursday.
Kenna Harris, 25, was last seen leaving her family’s home and was reportedly on her way to Walmart.
He had been transported to a Snohomish County medical center for unrelated concerns.
Coronavirus prompted a run on them. But they’re wreaking havoc on utilities across Snohomish County.
They must cope with shortages of take-out containers, steep online ordering fees and lost revenue from alcohol.
The 36th Avenue West project started a few years ago and is on schedule to wrap this spring.
Two units in the Washington State Reformatory have been quarantined. Visitations are on hold.
The track in Monroe was slated to open March 28, but has been delayed with a ban on large gatherings.
A teen driver allegedly passed another vehicle illegally and collided with another driver’s SUV.
With drift boats and other craft, Sky River group spends a day cleaning up garbage along waterway.
Local government sent 49 letters to entice wine makers, including a dozen in a neighboring town.
Directors picked Justin Blasko. A contract is being negotiated. He’s worked in Monroe for 10 years.
A new bill suggests using a scanner, like those in airports, to check for contraband on or in people.
Three landowners agreed to a temporary road on their property as residents brace for more mudslides.
If approved, it would fund a new park in the North Hill area and turf fields at Lake Tye Park.
The district’s current administrative office, a 104-year-old schoolhouse, likely will be sold.
Inspectors found new cracks in the road Thursday. The county says one home may be unsafe to occupy.
“Herald Headlines” for Feb. 14 features reporter Joey Thompson.