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Amid soaring new coronavirus cases and an overburdened health care system, the state’s clamping down.
Among them, reportedly, will be a ban on indoor service at restaurants and retail limitations.
You can cruise the event on Dec. 4 - 6, but make sure to buy your tickets quick — this event is expected to be packed.
The child with the disease was confirmed to be at Sea-Tac airport on Nov. 5.
The old dealership’s bones are looking through history.
The proposed rate is $10.83 per $1,000 in assessed value.
There are also plans for a Small Business Saturday market in the works for the end of the month.
A bloody bag, a stolen pressure valve, and more.
Enumclaw’s youngest students can plan to be back in their classrooms twice a week after Thanksgiving.
More than 33 people were assigned to find the hiker.
Experts are worried about the healthcare system becoming overwhelmed.
Here’s a quick history of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1949.
Leah Cutter and Blaze Wars have always wanted to be writers and storytellers. And, thanks to independent publishing, are able to live off of their works.
“We were at historic low levels of unemployment,” he told the council, “and in just a couple of weeks we were into depression-era level unemployment.”
Legislative District 31, Referendum 90, the gubernatorial race, and more.
According to the lawsuit, JoHanna Pratt could have easily survived the blood clot that killed her if she received the medical care deemed necessary by her surgeon.
Two-way traffic again after damage from September wildfire
Meet who is likely to be your new (and returning) legislative representatives.
“This year I am recommending that we approach our city’s budget with caution,” the mayor’s budget message reads.
Statewide office roundup: Schools chief Reykdal in close contest; Secretary of State Wyman fends off challenge.