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First pour complete in SR 520 pontoon casting basin

Progress spread smoothly and evenly earlier today as crews completed the first concrete pour in a casting basin that will later churn out 33 massive pontoons for a new State Route 520 floating bridge.

Rock blasting on I-90 east of Snoqualmie Pass scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week

HYAK – Crews will continue rock blasting operations next week on Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass. Drivers will need to plan for an hour of added travel time.

Nat'l Security Bill Questions for Mt. Rainier and Olympic Nat'l Parks

A U.S. House committee today is to take up a bill that would expand the powers of the Department of Homeland Security by waiving compliance with 36 environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, within a 100-mile buffer along borders and coastlines.

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THE HISTORIC EVERETT THEATRE Events

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Roundabout displays new artwork

When locals get a glance of George and Martha, our resident Eagles, flying overhead, most like to stop and enjoy their beauty as they soar above looking for food or carrying supplies to their nests.

Local LDS youth learn the value of service

Just one day after school got out local youth, ages 14 to 18, packed up their bags and headed to Cascade Park outside of Granite Falls to participate in the Marysville Stake’s annual Youth Conference.