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Thirteen food trucks are there to feed you at the musical festival this week in downtown Everett. Here’s a rundown.
Under the ordinance, backed by two council members, unhoused people who don’t accept services could be fined — or arrested.
After a federal judge struck down the CDC’s mask mandate, agencies in Snohomish County are changing direction.
The Everett City Council approved a $2 million contract to find alternative designs for the highly trafficked spot.
State lawmakers have finally given the OK for a “Patches Pal” license plate featuring the iconic TV show’s clowns, J.P and Gertrude.
Meet the town’s new ambassadors, the Mukfest Pirates. They’re a laidback krewe of part-time buccaneers.
They’ll still be required in some places, but Washington is following several other states now lifting mandates.
Officials expect COVID-19 cases to rapidly decline in the next few weeks. Hospitalizations are also decreasing.
Keith Reyes, 64, visits a Stanwood nail salon for “foot treatments” that help soothe blast injuries.
Speakers offered varying opinions on whether the novel should be required. The board is to decide Jan. 24.
Local businesses urged deputies to act, saying homelessness, vandalism and drug use are rampant at Airport Way and Highway 99.
So stock up on hot chocolate and queue up your snow day soundtrack, because it’s going to get cold outside.
Council members were split 4-3 in approving the pricey $4,000 permit, with one calling it “elitist.”
The controversial 0.1% tax, opposed by many elected officials around Snohomish County, was passed along party lines.
Singles have five minutes to see if there’s a spark during two old-school face-to-face dating events.
Rebates of up to $7,500 would be available for certain new and used electric vehicles.
Bridge 102 just east of Granite Falls was built in 1934. It has withstood quakes but might not survive time.
The Tulalip Tribes chair said tribal members are conflicted. It leaves the school district in a complicated position.
Many Snohomish County voters are now a big step closer to having new representation in the state Legislature.