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Hilma Josal used her daughters as models for “Hjilmer and The Fire Witch.” You can see her paintings, and hear the story, Feb. 27 in Snohomish.
Flames were through the roof when firefighters arrived.
Paella House in Snohomish launched when the pandemic first hit. They’re managing to survive through to-go orders.
In a new program funded by the CARES Act, computers are helping Snohomish County farmers grow efficiently.
Bob Martin, whose license was revoked, has ignored a cease-and-desist order and could face more fines.
Several districts, including Everett and Marysville, will bring students back to campuses in February.
Two residents tested positive, and are the first cases that have been identified in the state.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit just as Matt and Jill Wurst were getting the business off the ground.
Developed by the city, Snohomish Delivers encourages online shoppers to look local. And it’s free.
CBD lotions and potions are touted to treat pain, insomnia and anxiety. Owner: “We’re not a pot shop.”
Two former priests at St. Michael in Snohomish were among four “credibly accused” of molesting children.
Bus cuts, light rail and road work highlight the year ahead for Snohomish County.
The structures will begin at Bickford Avenue, with the hope of reducing deadly head-on collisions.
The owner of Malicious Women Co. saw an Etsy page from Florida selling strikingly similar products.
Hoarding, Grouchy Chef, HGTV, TP and Starbucks cups also are among our readers’ favorites.
A muddy 10-acre property east of Arlington was the base of a violent drug ring spanning the West Coast, new charges say.
Kevin Klein gave up hope in finding his simple gold band, but this dumpster dive had a happy ending.
Michele M. Panello, 49, and Tyler L. Ott, 28, died in the Wednesday crash, officials determined.
One lane was blocked as state troopers and aid units responded to the scene on Highway 9.
The owner of the Snohomish brewery is ready to say goodbye — and it has nothing to do with COVID-19.