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The 20-acre plot could be named Julia’s Landing. The City Council is set to vote next month.
A team of third and fourth-graders kept its unbeaten year going after winning a tournament in Yakima.
Summer brings the season of repaving and repairing. Here’s a list of WSDOT work for Snohomish County.
Lanni Johnson had urged elected leaders to embrace removing dams on Snake River as one solution.
Cheryl Bryan was born five days after Easter in 1960 — and she’s loved bunnies ever since.
The Progressive Animal Welfare Society hopes to move to Cathcart from its long-time home in Lynnwood.
A Snohomish-area veterinarian teaches equine stretches important to health and performance.
The Spartan US National Series obstacle course races return to the Northwest on Saturday.
Held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement while on vacation, the Enriquez Olvera family has been released.
The morning host of radio station 107.7 The End has traded Seattle vibe for Snohomish family life.
Police found two vehicles that Sophia Piria, 32, may have used in Tulalip and Federal Way.
A longtime Snohomish resident has written a book about her fisherman husband’s experience in Alaska.
Brandon Wight works the shelves at the Snohomish Bee Co. He helps new hobbyists with their beehives.
Over $40,000 of equipment was taken from Snohomish-based DieHard RC. Most of it has been returned.
The group mixes Irish, Scottish and bluegrass sounds, plus a “drop of pop influences as well.”
A decision last month to strengthen bans on same-sex marriage caught area churches by surprise.
Even if you can’t comprehend 3.14 to infinity, you can still have fun and eat pie.
Backers of the fish-habitat project near Granite Falls have scheduled a March 19 open house.
Hillary Grace and Kara Belle Fretland are the frontwomen of Fretland, playing March 9 in Marysville.
With pastors for parents, Elijah Beals, 18, has a passion for people, soccer and all kinds of music.