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T he South Snohomish County Emergency Shelter Network will be open through Monday, Dec. 9 for all individuals requiring overnight emergency shelter due to the overnight freezing weather.
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The state Department of Natural Resources announced it will purchase more than 1,200 acres of private timber lands on the Olympic Peninsula and other parts of Western Washington.
A new analysis from Sightline Institute shows that the trains planned to transport coal and oil through the Northwest will cause hours of traffic delays across Snohomish County.
The Snohomish County Council unanimously adopted a motion naming John McCoy as the new state Senator for the 38th Legislative District on Nov. 27. He will fill a vacancy created by the resignation of former senator Nick Harper.
On Jan. 16, 2007, 15 year-old Seth James fell through the ice at Martha Lake and died.
Jim McGaughey is sworn-in as a commissioner for Snohomish County Fire District 1. Administering the oath is Marsha Moore, board executive assistant.
Friday evening's commute likely will be among the worst of the year, while the Great Figgy Pudding Streetcorner Caroling Competition uses the junction of Fifth Avenue and Pine Street at 5 p.m. An estimated 10,000 people are expected to join the merrymaking.
For the 4th year, Diamond Knot Brewing is helping keep kids warm. The annual Coats for Kids Drive is now underway.
At midnight on December 6th 2012, hundreds of gay couples came downtown to get their marriage licenses.
A single lane closure on 180th St. S.E. and 184th St. S.E. in Bothell will continue through Jan. 6 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Universal Land.
Snohomish County animal control officers have been trying to locate the owner of the mare, found wandering Nov. 23 in the Lakewood area.
T he South Snohomish County Emergency Shelter Network activation has been extended through Friday, Dec. 6 for all individuals requiring overnight emergency shelter due to anticipated overnight freezing weather.
Snohomish County sheriff's school-safety deputies are investigating after a Maltby-area eighth-grader reportedly brought a knife on the school bus and made threats to others on Monday.
Michael Bride had an impulse to help the homeless last year, and turned that impulse into an impromptu event, Operation: Brown Bag Christmas.
A n equipment failure near 148th Street Southwest and 52nd Avenue West caused an outage for about an hour Wednesday morning for approximately 1,100 Snohomish County PUD customers, including some in North Edmonds, spokesman Bob Bolerjack said.