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Flooded fields and overflowing roadside ditches aren't just a sign of wet weather, they're also a potential sign of poor water quality and bacterial pollution. Comment?
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner has verified the identity of the two individuals found yesterday in a submerged vehicle in the Snohomish River in the 6600 block of Riverview Road. Comment?
The bodies of one adult male and one adult female have just been recovered from a vehicle found by Snohomish County Sheriff's Office investigators in the Snohomish River at the 6600 block of River Rd. Comment?
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office detectives are seeking assistance in locating Snohomish residents Jason J. Dolman, 31, and Riza P. Ysulat, 36, who both have been missing since January 8, 2013. Comment?
The Lake Stevens High School wrestling team rolled over Mount Vernon 70 to 4 on Thursday night, recording 10 pins and forfeits to bring their Wesco North record to 3-0. The match of the night was between Lake Stevens Jake Douglas, ranked fifth in state at 120 pounds, and Mount Vernon's Luis Reyna, ranked sixth in state at 126 pounds. Comment?
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is lifting the air quality burn ban in King County, effective 1 p.m., January 16, 2013. Comment?
The home sitting on the top of the hill off of Bassler and East Lakeshore is still in it's original place even after a large landslide on Thursday, January 10 which closed East Lakeshore all day Friday. Comment?
Two no-cost whooping cough & flu vaccination clinics, Jan. 18 & 26 Low-income and uninsured adults only - first come, first served Uninsured and low-income adults can take advantage of two shot clinics for flu and whooping cough at handy locations in Everett, Wash. Comment?
Influenza claims three lives in Snohomish County Vaccination is the best protection against this severe flu; plenty of vaccine in the county The Snohomish Health District reports three residents of Snohomish County died in recent days from the severe flu that is circulating throughout Western Washington. Comment?
Around midnight on Saturday, December 29, Snohomish County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a report of a male harassing the residents at the 1700 block of 155th Ave. Comment?
The Snohomish Health District reports three residents of Snohomish County died in recent days from the severe flu that is circulating throughout Western Washington. Comment?
Effective today at noon, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is lifting the Stage 1 air quality burn bans for Pierce and Snohomish counties. Comment?
Affordable housing advocates are lining up their priorities for the coming legislative session, and more money for the state's Housing Trust Fund is one of them. Comment?
Snohomish County hospitals also report an increase in flu admissions, up from 3 people hospitalized in November to 23 hospitalized during the month of December as of December 27. Comment?
On Monday, Dec. 10 young soccer players from Lake Stevens and all over Snohomish County gathered at the Snohomish Sports Institute to participate in Team Time which consists of training and learning about Sierra Leone. Comment?
Playing without leading scorer Dakota Tomson , Lake Stevens boys basketball team continued a familiar pattern last week - losing a pair of close games. Comment?
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office collision investigators are on-scene at a fatal traffic accident at OK Mill Rd, southeast of Lake Stevens. Comment?
Girder setting marks turning point for US 2 overpass near Snohomish Full closures of US 2 at Bickford Avenue planned overnight Dec. Comment?
Three overnight closures of US 2 near Snohomish are planned next week as WSDOT reaches a major milestone in construction of the new overpass from Bickford Avenue. Comment?
Snohomish County, which is designing an interpretive education project along the Centennial Trail, is collecting historical information on how the former rail line was used. Comment?