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Some patients got sticker shock when they opened their May bills. Another was for $3.6 million.
Less than a month after passing the controversial measure to fund homeless services, the councilmembers appear to have gotten cold feet.
The building housed much of the city’s history.
The family regularly vacationed at the 250-square-foot cabin.
Robert D. Yeiser died after a four-hour standoff in Eagle Harbor last July.
“Everywhere I go everyone asks me about the skull.”
Health-care provider contracts have expired, or will soon. They took to the picket line on Wednesday.
More than 100 were reported stolen last year. The locks are part of an anti-gang-violence initiative.
The 35-foot mammal came within feet of the beach, giving humans and a couple of dogs quite a show.
David Marks called a bully, liar and unfit to be top cop.
Derek Newman says his clients aren’t listening to him or paying their legal bills.
Langley would not comment on the investigation.
The rural South Kitsap residential site has been under lengthy investigation.
The halibut was 79 inches long and was estimated to weigh around 260 pounds
Snohomish County gets $166,000, but if turnout is high this year, it might cost more.
How yak farming came to Western Washington.
Stored at Paine Field in Everett for 26 years, it now has a permanent home at the Museum of Flight.
Modern fundraising is being used to help sustain the future of the July Fourth tradition.
The Everett terminal is unusual in that it’s privately built and managed — a rarity in the U.S.
Local organizations react to the Trump administration’s proposed restrictive rule changes.