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Former NBA star speaking at Mill Creek Rotary meeting

NBA All-Star and author James Donaldson III will be speaking about his physical and mental challenges during the Mill Creek’s Rotary noon March 6 meeting at the Shawn O’Donnell’s …

Pilot unhurt after plane crash north of Everett's Paine Field

The pilot of a small airplane that crashed in a wooded area north of Paine Field walked away unscathed from the accident. The airplane, a Cessna 150 aircraft owned by the Puget Sound …

Iconoclast featured at Cascadia Art Museum

Cascadia Art Museum will feature “The World of Peter Fortune" beginning Feb. 21. A Northwest iconoclast, Peter Fortune (1904-1989) created a unique body of work in painting, printmaking, …

State Republicans: Democrats are neglecting the need for more housing in rural areas

Heading into this year’s state legislative session, there was bipartisan support for bills that might’ve expanded housing in rural parts of Washington, including by allowing for more …

Snohomish County Parks & Recreation is developing concept plans for future projects at Martha Lake Airport Park, Martha Lake Park, and Flowing Lake Park. One open house for all three …

The Snohomish County Superior Court and Snohomish County Superior Court Clerk’s Office are receiving reports of jury duty scam activity. The Superior Court will never reach out to jurors …

Town & Country names a new CEO

Town & Country (T&C) Markets , an independent, and family-owned-and-run market in  Puget Sound – with a store in Mill Creek –  has announced the promotion of Ryan Ritter …

Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens has a free winter pruning class with Trevor Cameron scheduled for Saturday, Feb 17, from noon to 1 p.m. The event is at Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens, 145 Alverson …

Sens. Lovick, Liias sponsor a bill to lower the legal blood alcohol level for driving to .05

To curb traffic fatalities, lawmakers are proposing reducing the legal limit for driving while intoxicated. SB 5002 amends the legal blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for driving a motor vehicle from …

Ristorante Machiavelli closing its Capitol Hill location

Ristorante Machiavelli, which opened a second location in Edmonds in January, announced on Instagram that is closing its original location on Capitol Hill in Seattle after 36 years. "The years …

On Feb. 2,  U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) visited Spokane to celebrate the relaunch of The Black Lens, an independent community publication focused on news and stories that impact the Black …

Snohomish City Council Member Tom Merrill was selected by his peers this week to serve as chair of the Community Transit Board of Directors for 2024. Merrill has lived in the city of Snohomish …

Police arrest south Everett shooting suspect

Skagit County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) will be conducting the investigation and handling the case of an officer-involved shooting that happened Wednesday, Jan. 31, near Paine Field Way …

In 2017, the Utah Legislature passed a bill that lowered the blood alcohol content (BAC) from 0.08 to 0.05. It was the first state in the nation to do so. Now, Washington wants to follow suit, …

41 years: Sgt. Dave Sorenson honored for his service to Snohomish County

After 41 years of service to the citizens of Snohomish County, Sgt. Dave Sorenson served his last day in law enforcement and retired Jan. 26. At a gathering of more than 40 law enforcement …

U.S. Representatives Kim Schrier (WA-08), Suzan DelBene (WA-01) – who represents Mill Creek – and Marie Glusenkamp Perez (WA-03) have introduced the National Landslide Preparedness Act …

Bill Iffrig, 89, a Run of the Mill 5K favorite, dies

Bill Iffrig, famously seen on the cover of Sports Illustrated after the Boston Marathon bombing and who competed in Mill Creek's Run of the Mill 5K in 2015, died Jan. 8 at age 89. Iffrig told …

On Jan. 18, the House Finance Committee met to hear testimony on House Bill 2276 , sponsored by  Rep. April Berg , D-Mill Creek. The bill, also known as The Affordable Homes Act, will help fund …

Strom Peterson: 'Work to be done' on splitting of residential lots

The state House of Representatives recently voted to require cities to allow residential property owners to split their lots into smaller parcels – the first of many proposals this year aimed at getting more housing built across Washington.

Legislature to decide on high-speed pursuits

A citizen initiative aimed at giving police wider discretion on when they engage in high-speed pursuits was forwarded to the Legislature on Jan. 11. Secretary of State Steve Hobbs notified the Legislature petitions for Initiative 2113 meet all legal requirements.

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