Snohomish

Dive on in: YMCA, some school pools reopening this week

Inslee modified Phase 1 requirements June 9, allowing some lap pools to reopen with restrictions.

100 armed vigilantes rouse fear, soul-searching in Snohomish

Self-appointed guards saved the city from looters, the mayor said. A chorus of citizens saw the opposite.

After public outcry, Snohomish police chief is reassigned

Keith Rogers characterized a gathering of armed vigilanties as festive. He will remain a lieutenant.

Snohomish’s rogue barber can still be sanctioned, state says

A suspended license, threat of arrest and lawsuits have not been keeping Bob Martin from his customers.

Protests continue as Inslee backs review of police actions

Governor says armed citizens in front of stores, like in Snohomish, makes a volatile situation worse

Service down and limited, Compass Health to close 3 sites

Some employees are on furlough or will transfer to Everett locations, and seven are set for layoffs.

Young firefighter remembered for drive, smile, compassion

Marcus Carroll, 23, was a Snohomish County firefighter. His body was found Monday after a hiking trip.

Fear of destruction brings curfews, closures and police

Peaceful protests in Snohomish County have been followed by roadblocks and armed citizens standing guard.

Quilceda Creek Vintners donates $365,000 to COVID-19 relief

The famed Snohomish winery fundraised for the Restaurant Employee Relief Fund via the #QuilcedaCares campaign.

Registration open for drive-thru virus testing in Snohomish

Tests will be administered Thursday at the Sno-Isle Libraries branch on Maple Avenue.

Texan comes to defend Snohomish outlaw barber cutting hair

Bob Martin is defying orders to close. The man he calls his attorney didn’t go to law school.

Snohomish County settles lawsuit over 2016 park rape for $1.95 million

The county, accused of not hiring enough security staff for a sponsored event, admitted no fault.

As Arlington gym closes, a Snohomish barber continues to cut

PA Fitness closed after the state attorney general filed a lawsuit. “We would lose,” a co-owner conceded.

Local wedding industry braces for a summer of canceled vows

Snohomish event venues say they should be allowed to operate as restaurants do when they reopen.

Spring cleaning during shutdown? Goodwill taking donations

Cars lined up to give away stuff in Lynnwood. In masks and gloves, the nonprofit’s workers were on the job.

State says stop, but this Snohomish barber keeps cutting

Martin felt emboldened by Sheriff Fortney, whose office later served him a cease and desist order.

Governor to Snohomish barber refusing order: Cut it out

Bob Martin estimated he’s done 150 haircuts, without gloves, since defying an order to close amid COVID-19.

Drink This: Snohomish brewery making big move to First Street

Spada Farmhouse Brewery aims for more customers at the new location, where it will add food service.

Stanwood man arrested after driving 192 mph on U.S. 2

He reportedly told the trooper he was headed to breakfast, dozens of miles away from his home.

A month later, and still no sign of missing Monroe woman

Kenna Harris, 25, previously suffered a traumatic brain injury and is considered a vulnerable adult.

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