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P ur Skin Clinic in downtown Edmonds will host its second anniversary event Saturday, July 19, from noon-2 p.m., with the lowest prices of the year, raffle prizes, a live demonstration of Pur's newest dermal filler Voluma, and appetizers and beverages.
Animal Control officers in Snohomish County were forced to euthanize 110 cats and kittens that were found Friday living in a filthy and cramped travel trailer on Ebey Island.
The Edmonds City Council on Monday afternoon will interview finalists for the Community Services/Economic Development Director position vacated earlier this year by Stephen Clifton when he took a job with Snohomish County.
On Saturday, July 12, The Everett Herald reported that 110 cats and kittens were seized from a travel trailer east of Everett, Washington.
Neighboring cities on opposite sides of the Snohomish-King County line find themselves in the unusual predicament of fighting to control a future neighborhood's waste water.
The fragrant herb lavender does it all: freshens closets, flavors foods, soothes nerves and spices up the bedroom.
Friday around 8:30 a.m. 16-year-old Isaiah Eddy was trying to sleep in when a loud bang and the sound of glass breaking woke him.
Cameron Stevens was just 24 when he collapsed while playing basketball at the Everett YMCA in November.
In May 2009, 9-year-old Brisenia Flores and her father, Raul, were murdered by a hate group that started in Snohomish County.
A Puget Sound Regional Council panel Thursday recommended $12.1 million in additional federal dollars for the undertaking, providing one of the final pieces of a $129 million funding puzzle.
For many, their dogs are more than pets: they are important family members. This Saturday owners and their four legged buddies can spend the day together at Poochapalooza, Snohomish County's largest dog event.
On Friday, the Arlington woman came clean, admitting that she killed her husband, Byron Wright, in 2004 and buried him in the backyard of their Arlington home.
Families explore the beach in Edmonds during a low tide. Tides on Saturday and Sunday will be extra low, offering a good chance to look for sea creatures.
As Snohomish County spends millions of dollars for crews to remove giant piles of debris left by the Oso mudslide, some are questioning whether enough is being done to find the lone victim still missing in the disaster.
The promise of renewable energy has been disrupted by history and the dynamics of supply and demand.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 03:40 am
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