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The child-care center has operated at a deficit, says college President Daria Willis. But for families, it has been a boon.
The Everett nonprofit will give out some 24,000 free gifts to low-income families. It opens Wednesday.
Jacob Akers, 29, a Costco shelf stocker, knits cardigans made famous by the 1998 cult classic guy flick.
South County Fire helped transport “patient zero.” Their COVID manual has helped departments far and wide.
The brother cubs are being treated at PAWS Wildlife Center. They were injured in a wildfire near Lake Chelan.
The outdoor rink will be open through the end of January. The port plans for it to return annually.
These Lake Stevens kids have holiday wisdom to impart, including what they’re grateful for — friends, family and paper swords.
Last year, we were told to stick to immediate households. This year’s holiday is cautiously more open.
A signal box by Alderwood mall is a throwback to an era of big hair, lampooned on local sketch show “Almost Live.”
Vanessa Edwards found herself at the center of controversy after controversy. Her opponent harnessed “hot-button” issues and won.
A burn barrel accident left Terry Kill, of Gold Bar, with third-degree burns. Now he’s warning others not to repeat his mistake.
Councilmembers voted 5-1 in favor of a long-stalled project. The dissenting voice, Liz Vogeli, has equity concerns.
The plaintiff, Britt Jakobsen, was in the passenger seat when her boyfriend was fatally shot by Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy Art Wallin.
He will finish his term next year. But his time as Snohomish County prosecutor has dulled his optimism, he said.
The northeast Everett housing development might be greener and taller than neighbors expected.
Darren Nielson left his job at Boeing and has since become a full-time trivia host.
Jakobus Seth was adopted from Haiti at age 6. He has grown into a standout left tackle. Yale wanted him. He chose the Palouse.
Over 100 vendors will be at the Monroe fairgrounds this weekend at the free bazaar of the bizarre.
People gathered along Olympic Avenue in Arlington to celebrate veterans.
U.S. Navy veteran Dennis Willard, once homeless, now works for the nonprofit that helped him.