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A judge ruled Tuesday that the state Attorney General’s Office must pay sanctions because its expert witnesses destroyed documents ahead of a civil… Continue reading
Snohomish County has been dismissed from a lawsuit brought by people harmed in the Oso mudslide. Plaintiffs’ attorneys signed paperwork Wednesday agreeing to… Continue reading
The decision by state experts and lawyers to delete internal emails discussing the possible cause of the Oso mudslide harmed the legal case… Continue reading
Roughly two months before a civil trial is set to start over whether anyone should be held responsible for the deadly 2014 Oso… Continue reading
The authors of an important geology study of the Oso mudslide have won one of the Geological Society of America’s top prizes for… Continue reading
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians has sued the state in federal court, asking that it not be held liable for damages related to… Continue reading
Local historians are trying to capture an experience that words cannot define. The Darrington Historical Society, with help from graduate students at the… Continue reading
A King County judge this week significantly reduced the ability of people harmed in the Oso mudslide to claim Snohomish County officials failed… Continue reading
An old spruce that stood when the mudslide hit was a living memorial to the resilience of Oso.
Lasting memories from those who were there — the day it happened and the months thereafter.
When the hillside fell, the people of the Stillaguamish Valley never doubted what they had to do. They had to go. They had to help. They had to dig. They never wavered.
These locations in the valley of the North Fork Stillaguamish River played an outsized role in the mudslide recovery.
They were parents, children, spouses, friends. In all, 43 people died in the Oso mudslide of March 22, 2014.