Friday, December 1, 2023
Even with a $5 million loan, the budget is still $10.8 million short. In a budget presentation Tuesday, officials discussed next steps.
The man was found unconscious from suspected smoke inhalation, according to the Marysville Fire District.
Hundreds of Starbucks union workers at 15 locations across Washington joined the one-day strike.
Police arrested the woman, 57, on Monday night for investigation of two counts of first-degree assault.
The track opened at Jennings Nature Park. It took three years for Landon Oliphant’s wish to come true.
Many large port districts around the state encompass the entire county. That’s not the case in Snohomish County.
Washington’s Department of Commerce will use the federal grant to help small companies increase their export business.
‘Integrity and true leadership:’ Auditor candidate emphasizes election transparency and accessibility
Snohomish County Auditor candidate understands the value and strength of community
Candidates say they’ll ask for more state money, as well as transparency in district spending.
Anyone recovering from addiction is welcome at the Remedy Recovery class. The only requirement is 24 hours of sobriety.
On Wednesday, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the deceased as Lacey Ische, 32.
A minimum of 30 days in jail must be given to defendants convicted of three “public disorder” crimes in five years.
Marysville police were responding to reports of vehicle prowling. The woman drove away and crashed into trees.
Police say the man, who had warrants out for his arrest, fled after the non-fatal stabbing. The suspect denied stabbing or stealing.
The woman, 32, was suspected of second-degree assault when she crashed early Friday morning.
Freshies Friends features 11 breweries, plus a special collaboration brewed with hops grown in Marysville and Arlington.
State patrol responded to reports of a body on the right shoulder of I-5. Two lanes were closed while troopers investigated.
There was no time estimate for water to be restored at Quil Ceda Elementary or Heritage and Legacy high schools.
The affected area included Quil Ceda Elementary, as well as Heritage and Legacy high schools.
Once service is restored, Tulalip residents should boil their water for a minute before use or use bottled water.