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19 applied but it’s been narrowed down to 3 candidates for the job which pays at least $170,000.
What began as one librarian’s volunteer summer effort has turned into a school district program.
Zachary Konicke, 32, said he was having a mental health crisis that day in 2016.
Every day is a parade for Mike Carver and his red 1967 Ford pickup. Music blares from the truck’s 18 speakers and hundreds of bubbles… Continue reading
Mike Carver loudly cruises Snohomish streets in a ’67 Ford — a rolling tribute to his class of 1972.
Erin White has been shooting arrows since she was 8. She loves to travel and see new places.
Students qualified for the program based on their scores on the 2016 Preliminary SAT.
The winners are students at Jackson, Lake Stevens, Snohomish and Stanwood high schools.
Residents have requested the stops for more than two years since Route 109 service began in 2016.
The short play festival moves to the Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater in Snohomish from Aug. 3-12.
It’s not yet known how long the road will be closed.
The storied landmark bar in Machias comes with a house and a garage with room for a yacht.
The goal is to attract buyers fleeing the congestion and high real estate prices on the Eastside.
Mill Creek Little League players lended a hand to fellow athletes at nationals.
Robert “Stu” Williamson celebrated his century mark with family and friends at Skydive Snohomish.
Celebrating 50 years of making people laugh, the Snohomish band continues to be life of any party.
Peggy and Richard Simpson’s approach to gardening is laissez-faire, with no elaborate plan.
Two men are suspected of driving under the influence and causing two separate crashes in one day.
State Sen. Steve Hobbs is getting slammed for supporting bills introduced by GOP lawmakers.
The driver of one vehicle drifted into the oncoming lane. Another driver was seriously injured.