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The mental health technician said she raised concerns. Then management stopped giving her shifts.
Staff at the psychiatric hospital failed to care for Rosemary Torgesen, 78, a new complaint alleges.
Ken Johnson kept his zest for life. “I always wanted to see what was around the bend the next day.”
Scott Peacock has been asked to fill the position. He’s worked for Snohomish schools since 1993.
Each candidate will meet with the district this week. Someone is expected to be chosen by Friday.
That number will be narrowed to three after candidates are interviewed in public meetings next week.
Police and social workers teamed up to provide services to people who are willing to accept help.
The federal agency alleges the healthcare provider tied the negotiations to a ban on picketing.
Traffic was being rerouted through the rest area there.
The Sno-Isle Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday evening to hire Lois Langer Thompson.
The cost of admission to Kornstock is a nonperishable food item or cash donation.
It started with a group of pilots protesting rule changes for a Canadian airshow
A public hearing is scheduled during Monday’s City Council meeting.
The biggest slice of the bond funding would go toward building a new Post Middle School.
Veterans, current service members and their families can all use it.
The proposed $15 charge does not have to be approved by voters.
Of 120,261 ballots cast in Snohomish and Island counties, 60,678 — 50.46 percent — were in favor.
Meanwhile, in Darrington, a school levy was passing in the early results.
An 88-year-old Smokey Point mobile home resident died despite a valiant effort by neighbors.
Arlington Valley Road will be another route for businesses along busy 67th Ave. to reach the highway.