Police say the Thanksgiving Day collision left one man dead and sent two to the hospital with serious injuries.
The city hopes the Chapel Hill property will be developed to will bring jobs. Locals say they’d be better served with a public park.
In September the state told the city it wasn’t complying with federal law. Upon review, the state is easing its stance.
Braving the stores on Black Friday is still a thing, but more retailers are closed on Thanksgiving.
The new warehouse opening was pushed back to Dec. 2. Meanwhile, it’s still under construction.
The 0.2% increase will push the rate in the city to 9.3% on April 1, 2023. It will generate $19 million in the next decade.
City leaders wondered why the state is not including other cities with similar noncompliance issues.
Elsewhere, transportation levies were passing in Lake Stevens and Stanwood.
“Our coaches heard (the n-word) throughout the game from their players. It was bad,” Lakes High School coach Dave Miller said.
The Arlington, Lakewood, Snohomish and Stanwood school districts were still without power and had road hazards in some places.
The two-tenths of a percent sales taxes would go to maintain streets, sidewalks and more.
Two students were suspected of making the threat. The school was evacuated around 11 a.m.
The sought-after 12-foot skeleton, Skelly, has lit up social media since 2020. In Lake Stevens, spooky season started in June.
Rena Priest, a Lummi Nation member, shared writing advice, read from her works and fielded questions from aspiring young poets.
The 2017 Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame inductee finally captures an elusive individual world title.
Nuggets: Sully’s closes, LA Korean barbecue chain opens in Lynnwood, Katsu Burger reopens in Lake Stevens
Check out the latest Snohomish County restaurant news in this week’s Nuggets column.
The highway will be closed between 20th Street SE and 32nd Street SE. Through traffic should use Highway 204 and U.S. 2.
Construction is set for roundabouts on South Lake Stevens Road and one at North Davies Road and Vernon Road.
The first of three intersection closures is set for North Davies Road and Vernon Road next month.
Lake Stevens lost about $140K in special education refunds due to clerical errors. Avoiding a repeat will consume staff resources.