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The Lynnwood artist, 84, is known worldwide for the scopes he makes at his home. Some go for $2,000.
The characters in this space stumbled into love, a Netflix movie deal, potato chips and a drumming debut.
Dude, beer can earrings are like, totally, a bonus in “Almost Live!” contest to art up a signal box.
That mysterious eyesore by the sea will be replaced by a new research center. “It’s all going to go.”
The real thing would be seismically serious, but getting a feel for what’s to come can be fun.
Cloudstone opens to the public for a rare glimpse at pieces “small as a chair and as large as a truck.”
Roger Sweet of Lake Stevens had a hand in creating the 1980s Masters of the Universe series.
It’s more than a 220-foot-long wall made of rocks; it’s the foundation of a transatlantic love story.
The morning host of radio station 107.7 The End has traded Seattle vibe for Snohomish family life.
Science rocks when Greg Crowther belts out tunes for Everett Community College students.
Powerball jackpot is $750 million. “It’s “all about the anticipation,” says Everett winner of $190,000.
An elementary gym teacher with donated drums knows how to channel all that fidgety energy.
March 24 is a national day for soft bread with juicy meat and oozy cheese.
Back from the jungles of Panama, Max Djenohan said Sunday’s episode will be “gnarly.”
The actor with a farm in the San Juan Islands brags about his fleece win at Stanwood’s Fiberpalooza.
Who carries coins around anymore? With a loss of sales through newsstands, The Daily Herald is innovating.
Steve Bell likes watching trains: “This is my living room, this is my outdoors.”
After an injury, “Boruta the Polish Wild Man” went ringside as an independent wrestling promoter.
Ferries offer a final send-off for the cremains of loved ones. All for the price of passenger fare.
Shane McDaniel and his twin sons of Lake Stevens split 40 cords for the needy. It led to fame.