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One westbound lane is scheduled to close to replace a safety barrier from Highway 204 to I-5.
The company is subject to greater scrutiny from the state because of a history of violations.
Retailers can no longer hand out them out and must have paper bags for customers at a dime apiece.
The small brewery on 88th Street has a David vs. Goliath story involving beer tokens at festivals.
He suffered a gunshot to the arm on South Machias Road, according to sheriff’s deputies.
Earlier this month, the city council hired a contractor for the project set to be finished in 2020.
Taste up to 50 bottles of beer at a Dec. 17 fundraiser for the Everett Women’s and Children’s Shelter.
The twice-a-year event in Snohomish by View Church has TLC for the cars — and for the moms.
Lisa and Stew Pickford’s 129-year-old Queen Anne Victorian is one of the city’s finest historic homes.
The man, who was wanted on a felony warrant, eventually climbed down and was arrested.
Local chapter of RESULTS will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a concert and kudos to Karen Guzak.
“Epstein didn’t kill himself” was a far cry from the usual fare of high-school pep and community spirit.
The driver, 74, suffered minor injuries. A neighbor eventually heard him yelling for help.
A mistake on the internet fueled some wild speculation about the UFC Fight Night 165 in South Korea.
The Snohomish School District said no credible threats were discovered and sent students home.
“Many of them probably didn’t make it all the way home,” says Snohomish woman, who spent a year at war.
Blake Fitzgerald shares his extensive beer knowledge at Josh’s Taps and Caps in Snohomish.
Terry Thoren, former “Rugrats” producer, brings technology to classrooms.
Ghost-hunting teams have conducted several well-publicized research expeditions there in recent years.
New activities at the Snohomish Valley Festival of Pumpkins include carnival games, straw bale lifts and a day for dogs.