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Visitors from throughout the world visit the site of the 2014 slide, which killed 43 people.
More than two miles of the route will be closed indefinitely “due to significant earth movement.”
Right now, there are indications it could slide but would not reach the highway.
John Blaine Reed’s attorney says a series of circumstances has left him unsure if he’ll be ready.
Suddenly there was a dire need for people to gather, talk and cry, in a place where they felt safe.
John Blaine Reed had a long-running dispute with Patrick Shunn and Monique Patenaude.
The Sitka spruce’s loss marks another season — and a moment to honor and treasure all that has passed.
A new group here aims to offer affordable internet in a rural area the founder says has been underserved by big-name providers. The… Continue reading
After the devastating mudslide of 2014, those who serve the Stillaguamish River Valley have looked for ways to make their communities more resilient.… Continue reading
A February trial still is planned for the man charged with killing an Oso couple in 2016. John Reed appeared in Snohomish County… Continue reading
Police are asking for help finding the gun that was used to kill an Oso couple last year. Snohomish County sheriff’s detectives believe… Continue reading
The man charged with murdering an Oso couple just over a year ago now likely won’t stand trial until sometime in 2018. John… Continue reading
Tony Reed isn’t expected to spend much more time behind bars for his part in helping hide the bodies of a slain Oso… Continue reading
State transportation officials have extended the precautionary closure of Highway 530 until at least Thursday because of mudslide concerns, keeping the Darrington area’s… Continue reading
Authorities have closed Highway 530 until at least Monday while they keep watch for further movement on a soggy, sloughing hillside. Both directions… Continue reading
UPDATE 2:30 p.m.: Highway 530 will stay closed east of Oso at least until Monday morning due to safety concerns about a slow-moving mudslide on… Continue reading
They have practice at this now. It’s the third time they have come to remember in this way, to share dinner and drinks,… Continue reading
This is the time of year for extra sensitivity and love. Joel Johnson, Oso fire department chaplain and volunteer firefighter, asks for prayers… Continue reading
Cindy Reynolds knows the number by heart. Her friends at the Oso fire department always double-check with her, but they remember, too. The… Continue reading
Firefighters still can be surprised by how much and how often their community is willing to step up for them, especially in Oso.… Continue reading