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Three landowners agreed to a temporary road on their property as residents brace for more mudslides.
If approved, it would fund a new park in the North Hill area and turf fields at Lake Tye Park.
The district’s current administrative office, a 104-year-old schoolhouse, likely will be sold.
Inspectors found new cracks in the road Thursday. The county says one home may be unsafe to occupy.
“Herald Headlines” for Feb. 14 features reporter Joey Thompson.
Many levies are falling short, too, as nine districts Tuesday sought supplemental funding from voters.
About 120 residents need 260th Avenue to drive to town. It could take $1 million and a year to fix.
Within a month at Leaders in Learning, Abril Delamora Gonzalez’s grades and attendance recovered.
The incidents show it’s important to heed road closure signs, according to Fire District 7.
Road closures were numerous after days of rain raised the Snohomish, Skykomish and Stillaguamish rivers.
A World War II veteran from Monroe was remembered Saturday, and his resting place now has a marker.
Current owner plans apartment complex on property, but pair of dwellings could be moved to new site.
Roads with names aren’t uncommon. Some of the older ones’ namesakes are legacies of local history.
District 7’s Gary Meek was respected for leading, listening and having a great mustache.
The structure was built with sticks on private land. Restoring the parcel could cost up to $10,000.
One westbound lane is scheduled to close to replace a safety barrier from Highway 204 to I-5.
Before her work in Monroe, she spent 24 years primarily as a criminal prosecutor for Snohomish County.
The 53-year-old man was eastbound on the shoulder when he reportedly stepped into the roadway.
A 49-year-old woman was wanted by Everett Police. She allegedly reached speeds nearing 100 mph.
He suffered a gunshot to the arm on South Machias Road, according to sheriff’s deputies.