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Helped by technology, I managed to get a shot in Arlington. For many, online scheduling is a barrier.
A discussion will draw hundreds as Everett’s library, EvCC, WSU and the school district join in reading.
Once homeless, Aaron Perkins found housing, skills and a way out of poverty through the agency’s training.
An optional dual-language Spanish immersion program will be a first in the Everett School District.
After 12 years of marriage, pregnancy was a surprise. Friends and family have helped in the midst of the pandemic.
These Lake Stevens families have made it a point to order takeout from an array of restaurants weathering the pandemic.
She and her husband John Schack donated millions of dollars to support cultural causes in Everett.
A roller skating coach has launched an online fundraiser, wants to help the place he fears may close.
With Snohomish County Music Project as fiscal sponsor, Fisherman’s festival group can get donations.
With the COVID-19 toll still rising, the day-to-day world of last January seems a distant memory.
Lynnwood’s Patrick Crosby wasn’t in the military, but he felt it was time to “give something back.”
People who worked with him and those who were his subjects recall his fairness, honesty and work ethic.
The display is up through New Year’s Eve as volunteers look ahead to Wintertide Lights for 2021.
Edmonds Lutheran Church’s display came about after a group’s immersion trip to the U.S.-Mexico border.
He brought racial diversity to Superior Court. In retirement, he’ll focus on therapeutic justice.
For the 11th year, Tonja Jones donated coats in memory of a nephew who was fatally stabbed.
In addition, a prolific pandemic mask maker and a disaster site volunteer were honored Dec. 10.
In this coronavirus holiday season, we’re all seeking ways to carry on — perhaps making new traditions.
Christmas House won’t open this year due to COVID, but its toys will be distributed at area food banks.
“There is a romance to it,” says a Historic Everett member who researched railroads for a 2021 calendar.