Friday, December 1, 2023
The Longhorn Saloon will close soon on Smokey Point Boulevard. Arlington has big plans for a new neighborhood there.
Early returns favored Mike Rosen over Mike Nelson. Meanwhile in Arlington, Mayor Barb Tolbert trailed challenger Don Vanney.
John Peeters took electric-powered boating to new speeds with a craft designed by students from the prestigious university.
Amid a rising population, the city has grappled with questions about infrastructure, traffic, housing — and more.
Washington’s Department of Commerce will use the federal grant to help small companies increase their export business.
Over $1 million in grants will help the tribe to restore the Trafton floodplain and plant trees along the North Fork Stillaguamish.
Freshies Friends features 11 breweries, plus a special collaboration brewed with hops grown in Marysville and Arlington.
Prosecutors charged Robin Clariday with controlled substance homicide. He allegedly handed Bradley Herron the pills outside a hotel.
Launched from a kitchen table in 2003, Himalayan Pet Supply now employs 160 workers at its new Arlington factory.
There were no other injuries or fatalities reported, a city spokesperson said.
The crash blocked all lanes, forcing drivers going north during rush hour to use the left shoulder.
Kendal Kippen, 27, was found guilty Tuesday of sexually abusing a former member of Jake’s House. She was 15 at the time.
At 2.8 million square feet, the facility is the largest of its kind in Washington. It can hold 40 million “units” of inventory.
The arrest comes nine months after a man was found dead in Arlington from a fentanyl and alcohol overdose.
TLG Aerospace chosen to configure Eviation Aircraft’s all-electric commuter plane for mass production.
The front-seat passenger was pronounced dead at the scene, investigators say. Two other occupants succumbed to their injuries later.
Evan Wiederspohn, 17, outsmoked his competition with a salmon-adobo macaron earlier this year in Puyallup.
Jennifer Favorite apologized to the victim’s family before being sentenced, claiming she was not aware she hit James Rubio, 64.
A sedan crashed head-on into a gravel truck in the 19300 block of Jordan Road.
The PUD showcased how dangerous high-voltage power lines can be — and urged caution — at a demonstration Thursday.