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Arlington girls edge rival Snohomish, advance to state semis
The Eagles survive a furious comeback by the Panthers and prevail 50-47 in the 3A state quarterfinals.
Snohomish girls survive upset bid, advance to face Arlington
The Panthers fend off a second-half comeback by Bonney Lake and win 46-44 to reach the 3A state quarters.
This slice of Mardi Gras offers a respite in troubling times
If you’re in the mood for a cooking project and a break from the news, chocolate king cake is a delicious way to celebrate Fat Tuesday.
Arlington boys race past Evergreen, advance to state regionals
Ethan Martin scores 35 and the Eagles unleash frustration over their seeding with a 3A state play-in rout.
Cooking with Taylor: The making of a Dutch baby, and a harrowing hiking tale
It’s “basically a giant pancake,” though slightly less fluffy and a bit more chewy.
Jackson boys swim earns program-best 3rd-place team trophy
No local swimmers capture titles, but the T-wolves put together a strong showing for their best finish in program history.
Longtime leader of Native American Wanapum band dead at 66
Rex Buck Jr. helped ensure proper care for Kennewick Man for 19 years until the bones were reburied.
He’s the guy who bought a boat — a big old $290,000 state ferry
Bart Lematta has plans for the retired Evergreen State ferry, docked in Langley since October.
Teriyaki trailblazer: Mill Creek’s Toshi created our regional dish
His humble takeout on Bothell Everett Highway is a throwback to the 1976 Seattle store that made the fast food famous here.
Mariner boys beat GP in battle for 1st place atop Wesco 4A
The Marauders ride their defense to a 53-43 win over the No. 7-ranked Grizzlies in a key league clash.
Arlington girls fend off Snohomish in pivotal league showdown
The Eagles ride their defense to a 57-44 win over the Panthers in a clash of 3A state top-five teams.
No more gnarly feet: This ‘Wounded Warrior’ gets pedicures
Keith Reyes, 64, visits a Stanwood nail salon for “foot treatments” that help soothe blast injuries.
Shorecrest boys race past Stanwood in key league clash
Devon Nehring has a career night as the Scots improve to 10-1 with an 88-68 win over the Spartans.
Surgeries paused, National Guard deployed to assist hospitals
Guard troops will help Providence in Everett, among other places, deal with a surge in virus patients and staffing shortages.
Gov. Inslee calls on lawmakers for ‘big’ and ‘bold’ action
The governor focused on the pandemic’s impact on kids, the climate, and homelessness.
Need to Ring or Zoom? Edmonds teen comes to the rescue
Jack Rice, 17, started a free service to help seniors connect with tech. “He’s a hero around here.”
Jackson boys rout Woodinville, continue strong start
Sylas Williams and the T-wolves improve to 9-1 with a 76-57 win over the previously unbeaten Falcons.
Parents and teachers call for Monroe superintendent’s firing
A few School Board members backed Justin Blasko on Monday. Critics blamed him for a “toxic culture.”
Arlington boys outlast Shorecrest in wild overtime clash
Arlington’s Ethan Martin and Shorecrest’s Elijah Johnson both score 37 in the Eagles’ 83-80 OT win.
Granite Falls group urges preservation of bridge slated for demo
Bridge 102 just east of Granite Falls was built in 1934. It has withstood quakes but might not survive time.