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Colleen Price and her husband, Stan, show examples of popular Spectrum Glass work that has been a staple of their own business, Covenant Art Glass, in Everett.  Spectrum Glass, a south Snohomish County business, plans to close in July.

Glassmaker's impending closure shocks artists

Spectrum Glass Company's unexpected announcement that it's closing, combined with Oregon's crackdown on Portland glass manufacturers because of public health concerns, has sent specialty glass prices ... [Story]

Skagit Bank opens new loan office in Everett

Skagit Bank has opened a new Loan Production Office in Everett.

EVERETT — Skagit Bank has opened a new Loan Production Office in Everett with the aim of growing the bank's presence in Snohomish County. The new office is located at 5704 Evergreen... [Story]

Community turns out to hear about proposed Mukilteo mosque

Fouzia Begum listens to speakers during a Mukilteo community meeting about the proposed Islamic Center of Mukilteo at the Pointe of Grace Lutheran Church on Wednesday night.

MUKILTEO — After two months of controversy over a proposed mosque here, more than 200 people turned out Wednesday evening to hear more information about the place of worship, and... [Story]

Master Builders team up to build ramp for Arlington family

Scott Nelson screws down decking Saturday during the annual Rampathon in Arlington. Volunteers gathered at the home of 7-year-old girl with spina bifida to build a Americans with Disabilities Act-qualified wheelchair ramp.

ARLINGTON — Each day Dana McCollum watched the couple carry the child, all 64 pounds of her, up and down the five steep and sometimes slippery steps leading from their house to the... [Story]

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