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Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue wants rescuing
They’re asking for nearly $1 million in federal recovery dollars, but funding has been hard to come by.
‘We’re all good people when we get clean and sober’
Who has fentanyl taken from us? A messenger who saved lives. A “street mom.” A grandpa who loved his grandkids “999 trillion times.”
Everett eyeing Sievers Duecy city land for new shelter village
If approved, it could be near another new village for families at a church — and the third shelter of its kind in the city.
In ‘emergency acquisition,’ 226 acres of Whidbey Island’s farmland, forest saved
The beachside Keystone Preserve, south of Coupeville, is the Whidbey Camano Land Trust’s largest purchase at $9.1 million.
GALLERY: Resurgent Sounders thrash Sporting KC
Seattle wins 3-0 and has collected 16 points in its past seven contests to climb up the Western Conference standings.
Roe v. Wade ruling spurs praise and outrage in Snohomish County
Washington will become a sanctuary for abortion access. Voters legalized early pregnancy abortions over 50 years ago.
Rainy Juneteenth celebrations in Snohomish, Monroe mark progress
Community members say they hope their cities can continue to “build on what has begun.”
Puget Sound’s lowest tides in years unveil a world of sea life
The moon’s wobble is responsible for the lowest tides in 13 years. There are more chances this week to explore beaches.
‘Back in our home’: Tulalips celebrate Salmon Ceremony return
Over 100 people gathered to welcome the King Salmon on Saturday after two years of pandemic.
Hundreds turn out in Everett for protest against gun violence
They were among tens of thousands across the country who mobilized in the second March for Our Lives rally.
This Snohomish couple is enchanted with alpacas from MaRS
Two decades ago, they ditched the suburbs and started raising the fleecy creatures. Today, they’ve grown their herd to about 40 animals.
’Tis the season for tassel-turning and cap-tossing
Thousands of students will receive diplomas as 2022 graduation ceremonies kick into high gear.
Sorticulture, Everett’s garden arts fest, returns to downtown
The three-day event runs Friday through Sunday on Colby Avenue.
Airport security don’ts: Ammo, a fifth of whiskey, brass knuckles
Pack smart for TSA: Antlers, ashes and Harry Potter wands are OK, but leave the bear spray at home.
First-ever Pride celebrations draw hundreds in north county
“We didn’t expect this could happen here,” said Sall Hutson, 76. “In little towns a long time ago, you could hardly come out at all.”
Pride flag flies over Everett Public Schools headquarters
In a show of support for students and staff, the rainbow LGBTQ flag will be up all month.
Swifts descend by the thousands in Monroe — but who’s counting?
Vaux’s swifts are back in town. Armed with pencils and scrap paper, volunteers count thousands at a time.
Teenagers help each other tackle anxiety and depression
Youth-focused Leadership Launch saw students struggling, so they organized a mental wellness event.
Sultan gets a boost from remote-work newcomers — and growing pains
Houses are sprouting. Traffic is worsening. And new Sky Valley residents find “we don’t really get Uber Eats out here.”
This is a drill: Officials rehearse for a dam bursting near Sultan
If Culmback Dam at Spada Lake reservoir really were to fail, a wall of water would sweep through the Sky Valley.