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Even the Evergreen Way deli’s landlord is looking for him. David Barney has vanished.
Russell Struck decorated his S-10 with 8 yards of flaming red cloth, holographic eyeballs and skulls.
Workers came to the rescue of an Edmonds woman who tossed diamond bracelets from her hubby of 57 years.
Wally Harper didn’t know what to expect when he planted a tree in his Mukilteo yard 25 years ago.
Eat, drink, gaze, kiss: Plans call for the scenic spot by Ivar’s to be more than “just a bunch of asphalt.”
Publishers Clearing House surprised a Mukilteo couple with a sweepstakes prize, flowers and balloons.
Here’s the story behind the Beverly Lane display of Sasquatch, flowers and flags.
Theatrics include the world’s largest wedgie, a flying piano, human ceiling fan and a hair hang act.
Ed Newsom was saved by his son and a friend, both 16, after he was swept underwater while tubing.
Deven Boyce, 14, of Mukilteo, is pedaling across America with his grandpa in tow — for a good cause.
Belly up to the Everett bar for mango bango pulled pork sandwiches and bacon cheddar-cheese fries.
Max Djenohan spent the pandemic pursuing outdoor adventures, clothed and in the buff.
Most of their Challenger Elementary students don’t know about the hidden badge of teacher pride.
The day of love, June 9, is back this year (on some calendars) for post-pandemic celebration.
A Mukilteo teen’s “Light to Liberty” bicycle tour is a healing journey from sea to shining sea.
The new exhibit at the Langley arcade is a selfie museum of electric art. Stick around and play pinball.
The Lake Stevens fourth-grader on the autism spectrum does forecasts and a YouTube cartoon series.
The kindness of two strangers, and a pie baker, helps Sultan amputee come home.
Lisa Delcampo, longtime assistant to the NSYNC pop star, poses as her boss on the hit reality show.
Digital currency is worth trillions to traders betting on Dogecoin, Bitcoin and other blockchains.