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Holocaust survivor Peter Metzelaar described to Lake Stevens students his perilous childhood.
The club was started from scratch 18 months ago, and now boasts over 80 members.
A former Jackson High School standout won a weekly swimming award.
Macara “Mac” Hinds tended bar in Germany and traveled in Norway and Thailand. Now she is training to fly airplanes.
District 7’s Gary Meek was respected for leading, listening and having a great mustache.
A Lake Stevens interior designer calls it a “grounded” tone, easily worked into existing color palettes.
One westbound lane is scheduled to close to replace a safety barrier from Highway 204 to I-5.
The hazard closed all eastbound lanes of the busy highway, and ramps from Hewitt Avenue and I-5.
The company said service was restored a week after cables were stolen, but some customers disagree.
After it was narrowed down to six, Steve Ewing was appointed to Mayor-elect Brett Gailey’s position.
“It’s a happy story about Washington,” says Cavelero Mid High School art teacher who headed project.
If the application process moves forward, construction could potentially begin around springtime.
The Proud Boys were said to be meeting at Razzals Bar & Grill. The owners temporarily closed shop.
Biscuit & Bean, a longtime Seattle favorite, opens an outpost in Lake Stevens.
The company can’t build yet. Next, it must submit a construction plan and apply for building permits.
Last time, there was no vote on the proposed wholesale store. Now the council has another chance.
At North Lake Middle School, kids learn social skills while serving others with food bank project.
The $30 car-tab measure blows a $451 million hole in the transportation budget.
Testimony lasted into the night over a proposal to build a warehouse supermarket near Highway 9.
At a regular meeting, members will have a chance to decide on a development agreement.