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Capital gains income tax lawsuit FACT CHECK Capital gains income tax lawsuit FACT CHECK 2021-11-09
Attorney General files response to capital gains income tax lawsuit
Community Transit budget workshop Community Transit budget workshop 2021-10-25
Snohomish County, Wash.  The Community Transit Board of Directors will discuss the proposed 2022 Community Transit budget on Thursday, October 28 at 3 p.m.
Fire Levy Lid Lift Fire Levy Lid Lift 2021-10-08
SRFR will be holding three public meeting to explain the ballot measure.
Snohomish County Expands Use of Electric Vehicles Snohomish County Expands Use of Electric Vehicles 2021-10-06
Benefits of using an electric yard goat vehicle help celebrate Energy Efficiency Day
Emergency Declarations Emergency Declarations 2021-09-21
ONeill Institute for National and Global Health Law: Its Time to Reconsider State of Emergency Declarations for Sustained Crises
Bellevue developer fined $280,000 Bellevue developer fined $280,000 2021-09-21
Bellevue developer fined $280,000 for multiple dangerous waste violations at downtown site
Patriotism is alive in Snohomish Patriotism is alive in Snohomish 2021-09-11
The students at the Academy of Snohomish, a private school, have demonstrated their compassion with a tribute to those lost on 9/11.
Make that seven WA cities with local income tax ban Make that seven WA cities with local income tax ban 2021-09-09
Turns out the number of Washington cities with a local income tax ban is now up to seven.
Seattle scores a weekend of construction and sports Seattle scores a weekend of construction and sports 2021-09-08
Three different closures bring delays, require fans a plan to get to/from Sounders and Mariners games
Patriots standing up to the MACHINE Patriots standing up to the MACHINE 2021-08-13
Today in America we face a choice, between the freedom that we were granted by our creator or medical tyranny being handed down from unelected bureaucrats and run away politicians...all in the name of safety
RESIDENTS TO MASK UP INDOORS RESIDENTS TO MASK UP INDOORS 2021-08-09
ADDITIONAL DETAILS ON MASKING DIRECTIVE ISSUED FOR SNOHOMISH COUNTY
Wastewater Treatment Plants Recognized Wastewater Treatment Plants Recognized 2021-08-02
126 wastewater treatment plants recognized for their performance in 2020
Montlake Bridge Montlake Bridge 2021-07-30
Montlake Bridge closed to vehicles, Aug. 9 to Sept. 3
Amid police shortage Amid police shortage 2021-07-29
Amid police shortage, Councilmembers Dunn, von Reichbauer secure new funding to hire more deputies
COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES REMAIN CRUCIAL COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES REMAIN CRUCIAL 2021-07-19
Snohomish County residents are encouraged to follow guidance for preventing disease, to stay informed, and to prepare for behavioral health impacts
Battle Ground considers local income tax ban Battle Ground considers local income tax ban 2021-07-15
The City of Battle Ground could soon join Spokane, Granger and Spokane Valley in banning a local income tax.
Snohomish Countys Adopt-a-Road Snohomish Countys Adopt-a-Road 2021-07-15
Snohomish Countys Adopt-a-Road Program Resumes After Pause Due to Pandemic
Tax Dollars Are Being Spent Tax Dollars Are Being Spent 2021-07-15
Dunn Wants King County Taxpayers to Know How Their Tax Dollars Are Being Spent
PUD Arlington Microgrid Goes Live PUD Arlington Microgrid Goes Live 2021-07-14
Think of the Arlington Microgrid as a clean energy generator with a day job.
Workplace safety during summer heat waves Workplace safety during summer heat waves 2021-07-14
Emergency heat exposure rules define what employers need to do to protect outdoor workers
Ecology declares drought emergency Ecology declares drought emergency 2021-07-14
Record-breaking heat wave exacerbates already dry conditions across state
Burning Ban UPDATE Burning Ban UPDATE 2021-07-14
Burn ban went into effect Friday, June 25, 2021. However, campfires are still allowed in all (but Squire Creek & Whitehorse) Snohomish County Campgrounds
Chuweah Creek Fire Chuweah Creek Fire 2021-07-14
FEMA Authorizes Funds to Fight Chuweah Creek Fire in Washington
Federal Judge Rules on Washingtons Below-Cost Medicaid Pharmacy Federal Judge Rules on Washingtons Below-Cost Medicaid Pharmacy 2021-07-14
Pharmacy groups applaud this victory for pharmacies and patient access to care
EV Charging EV Charging 2021-07-13
Council approves requirement for electric vehicle charging in new development
Midnight Votes Midnight Votes 2021-07-10
Why So Many Trump Backers Believe 2020 Was Rigged
Puget Sound Energy seeks bids for new energy resources Puget Sound Energy seeks bids for new energy resources 2021-07-12
All-source RFP seeks new wind, solar and additional energy storage capacity
AMAZON New Fulfillment Center in Arlington AMAZON New Fulfillment Center in Arlington 2021-04-08
New Amazon facility will create more than 1,000 full-time jobs in Puget Sound region with $15 per hour starting wage, comprehensive benefits, and longer-term career opportunities for local residents
House passes $6 billion capital works budget House passes $6 billion capital works budget 2021-04-07
House passes $6 billion capital works budget " Plan would build schools, housing " Local health services, parks also benefit
House passes $11 billion transportation budget House passes $11 billion transportation budget 2021-04-07
House passes $11 billion transportation budget " Plan gets bipartisan support " Improved roadways, electric ferry in budget
Governor orders vaccine by April 15 Governor orders vaccine by April 15 2021-04-02
Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday announced changes in the states rules governing access to COVID-19 vaccines.
HELP NEEDED TO TURN NUMBERS AROUND QUICKLY HELP NEEDED TO TURN NUMBERS AROUND QUICKLY 2021-04-01
COMMUNITY ASKED TO CELEBRATE WISELY, LIMIT NONESSENTIAL GATHERINGS AS THE NUMBER OF CASES AND VARIANTS ARE INCREASING
Index-Galena Road Index-Galena Road 2021-05-31
Construction is scheduled over a three-year period with plans to reopen the road by fall 2023
Executive Appoints Michael McCrary as Planning Director Executive Appoints Michael McCrary as Planning Director 2021-03-31
Mr. McCrarys years of experience bring stability and continuity to department
Sweeping childcare reform moving in Legislature Sweeping childcare reform moving in Legislature 2021-03-31
Sweeping childcare reform moving in Legislature " Increased subsidies for qualified families " Opponents worried about the cost
Fatal shooting on a bus in Everett Fatal shooting on a bus in Everett 2021-03-07
Major Crimes detectives investigate a fatal shooting during an altercation on a bus in Everett, suspect in custody.
TSA strengthens operational readiness TSA strengthens operational readiness 2021-03-01
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has substantial efforts underway in preparation for spring break travelers
Juneteenth steps toward state holiday status Juneteenth steps toward state holiday status 2021-02-26
Marks the day many slaves learned they were free " Some think the state cost is too high
Death Tax Death Tax 2021-02-25
HB 1465, to increase the death tax rate in Washington State to 40%
PSE awards more than $1 million in solar PSE awards more than $1 million in solar 2021-02-24
All 15 recipients offer support services to low-income and BIPOC community members within PSEs service area
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