Dr. Prabhat and Trish Bhama are part of a HUGS volunteer team providing treatment for microtia in Guatemala.
The race track running for 24 years needs a buyer and new site. The deal includes 32 karts, Corvette couches and more.
The focus Friday was moving forward, with respect to a past deemed as unjust, as exemplified by the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott.
The Tulalip Tribes chair said it “would’ve been nice” if Mayor Joe Marine consulted with the tribes to make the plaque more “appropriate.”
The lot operated by the Port of Everett had been slated to open Friday. It faces delays of 30 to 120 days due to permitting issues.
Leave early. Or leave late. Avoid peak times. Pack your patience. Prepare to wait. Have fun. Repeat.
The lot in the former ferry holding lanes is “the first little piece” of a 26-acre plan built around a new ferry terminal.
City Councilmember Jason Moon organized the Aug. 13 event to connect people of all cultures.
The black patrol car looks like just another Tesla, until the lights and sirens come on.
Projects span from Edmonds to Sultan. Each city is using American Rescue Plan Act money, with the county contributing, too.
A federal court order compelled the anti-tax initiative promoter to sell his share of the home to help pay debt.
The spot “has huge importance to us,” one Tulalip tribal official said. Now, its future is largely up to the Port of Everett.
Precinct Committee Officers are grassroots party races at the bottom of the ballot, maybe. The storylines are no less interesting.
The whale has lingered around Possession Sound. It’s unclear if it will join a group of regular visitors known as the Sounders.
More galleys are reopening as pandemic restrictions scale back. Get out of your car for concessions just like at the ballpark.
Crab pots are another hazard on ferry routes. An entangled encounter can put a ferry out of service.
At least two whales have become like regulars near Ivar’s this week. “They’re both young, with no barnacles,” a server said.
The July tours feature quilts, artists and musicians in addition to pretty plants galore.
The Kamiak High School student is accused of anti-LGBTQ vanadalism. He has a history of making homophobic statements.
Hans Korompis, the chef behind Mar•Ket, was identified by his family as a missing diver in Mukilteo.