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Keith Moser had hoped for money, but found wads of newspaper behind the drywall in a home remodel.
“Frogger” … “Zombie Raid” and more: It’s games galore at The Machine Shop on Whidbey
View the heavens and more inside the Planetarium 360 near Santa at Everett Mall.
The retired Snohomish carpenter cooked up cannabidiol creams for his aches. Now he sells online.
These twins have been behind the wheel of Everett Transit buses since the early 1980s.
After a theft gone awry, the iconic statue of an Evergreen Way saloon now stares down from the roof.
Kevin Grigsby, vinyl purist and Deadhead, is reliving and reselling the ’60s in his Lynnwood garage.
The 50-year Lynnwood landmark, which sells bait, gear and military items, is going to online sales only.
Freeland resident Kelly Hatley tries to explain the tribute to Hank Hill and cartoon sidekicks.
Lori Robins leads a research project at UW Bothell to improve sanitation in developing countries.
Worker Isaiah Owens wears a cape as he saves the day for shoppers in the checkout universe.
Gary Baldwin bought special seeds on the internet to supersize his pumpkin-patch produce.
Allyea, 8, and Amaya, 10, whip up batches of the gooey gunk that kids love. Teachers, not so much.
Woodpalooza on Whidbey Island is an annual Labor Day event where artists come out of the woodwork.
Butterfly wing art that mysteriously appeared is a social media magnet in a busy tourist town.
Mike Carver loudly cruises Snohomish streets in a ’67 Ford — a rolling tribute to his class of 1972.
Whether it’s boat names or frolicking pancakes, artist Mack Benek has done it all in 50 years.
A Camano Island man and Redmond woman’s mother didn’t recollect being together that summer of 1963.
A chalkboard tally makes sure every smoocheroo counts on the streets of Langley.
Video: In the days of horses, poles became common at fire houses. Then along came risk managers.