“The pilgrims made Thanksgiving. I know that because we read books.” Read on for more lessons from Snohomish students age 5 to 7.
The Cessna 208B crashed into a field near U.S. 2. on Friday. A detached wing was found about 200 yards from the fuselage.
A preliminary report is expected in two to three weeks. The final investigation could take up to two years.
Raisbeck Engineering, a Tukwila-based company that specializes in airplane modifications, was leasing the plane.
On Saturday, local authorities determined the plane had four — not two — passengers. Few other details were available.
Public flight data suggested the plane was a Cessna 208B Caravan departing from Renton. The plane had flown many times this week.
The 9.4-acre plot is back off the market. Inflation and interest rates may have influenced the lower-than-desired bids.
The Arlington, Lakewood, Snohomish and Stanwood school districts were still without power and had road hazards in some places.
Neighbors in south Snohomish County had filed the appeal over plans for 286 townhomes at Highway 9 and Cathcart Way.
The two men, 78 and 79, were flying from Skagit County to an airstrip south of Snohomish when their plane went missing.
Residents are protesting what they say is a lack of transparency. The Snohomish County Council will hear their appeal Oct. 5.
A divided City Council worried an exemption for developers would boost property tax bills of homeowners.
Jeremy Staeheli pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Brandt Stewart’s death in 2019 on a forest road.
A fourth-generation fishing family from Snohomish shares the perils, triumphs and realities of catching their livelihood.
Longtime employees Devin Ryan, Aron Chaudiere and Ryan Brown bought the business that’s been around since 1976.
James Johnston claimed “he was messing with the gun, trying to clear a malfunction and it went off.” Detectives didn’t believe him.
Sarah Adams wants to emotionally and academically support students as schools “rebuild after COVID.”
The deceased was identified as Emilio Vazquez Amaya.
Four months of public hearings have hinged on how much more taxpayers could shell out if the city offers a developer a break.
Drivers will need to use detours as the closure affects the stretch between Second and 30th streets in Snohomish.