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Jack Kuna, 17, brings the footballs to the field. “I’m always there to help them out.”
The Snohomish High season opener game is tonight. It’s the ‘glue that keeps the community together.’
Andrea Brown became a Snohomish Panther for a time to soak up the culture surrounding the gridiron.
Improvements will help with the Snohomish park’s eventual expansion. Construction begins mid-September.
The Bothell Police Department praised them for their bravery and courage.
Dave Somers’ veto overturned the County Council’s decision to ease sign restrictions in Clearview.
The group recorded themselves and posted the video on YouTube. The city is testing its drinking water.
The Seattle-Snohomish Mill, a family-owned company that began in 1941, closed in 2015.
It’s a chance to see a nationally recognized roots and blues guitarist in an intimate setting.
A Snohomish park has been named for the tribal fisherwoman who once lived nearby.
Greg Solomon, 60, lost control of his motorcycle and ran into a tree on Rivershore Road.
The Enumclaw man was driving on Rivershore Road when he lost control, the sheriff’s office said.
A $50,000 warrant was issued for his arrest in Montana, where he was in another police pursuit.
The suspect sped off from deputies on U.S. 2, Highway 9 and Bunk Foss Road before being stopped.
Business owners welcomed the move, but some locals worried about traffic safety and light pollution.
The city and the fire district talked about swapping properties. Now a different plan is underway.
The chai spice has a complex flavor that is citrusy, minty, spicy and herbal at the same time.
The second annual event gave local South Asian communities a platform to showcase their cultures.
From monster trucks to livestock raised by local youth, this is some of the best stuff at this year’s event.
Jason Castro loves to explain the history behind the drinks at Fred’s Rivertown Alehouse in Snohomish.