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Woman killed in rural Skagit County crash

A Mount Vernon woman was killed in a two-car crash Monday night in rural Skagit County west of Burlington. A Washington State Patrol report indicates Karen Wolf, 60, apparently thought that traffic was clear when she pulled in front of a Sedro-Woolley driver who had the right-of-way at the corner of

BELLINGHAM HERALD - 2018-01-16 16:16:00

Teen wrecked his ATV, but couldn't tell 911 where he was

A teenage boy was seriously hurt Monday afternoon when he wrecked his ATV on Sumas Mountain, officials said. Firefighters and Whatcom County Sheriff's deputies searched for about 20 minutes on logging roads east of Nooksack before finding the boy at the bottom of a steep 60-foot ravine, said Chief J

BELLINGHAM HERALD - 2018-01-16 18:51:00

Divers called to recover body after train hits pedestrian

MONROE - Police in Monroe requested a dive team Tuesday morning after a train struck a pedestrian near Woods Creek. The incident was reported at 6:08 a.m. It was reported by a crew with Burlington Northern Santa Fe. The train was stopped, blocking Main Street from Highway 2, Snohomish County Fire Di

HERALDNET - 2018-01-16 09:30:00

PUD lineworkers working to keep the lights on

When the power goes out, it's a lineworker's time to shine. Regardless of weather or time of day, that's the person 50 feet in the air in a utility truck bucket repairing power cables to get the lights back on. "The money is good, you can raise a family on these wages," said Jeff Roberts, who has wo

SCNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 20:34:00

The Island Women's March

Islanders say they are fired up and ready to go when it comes to equal rights for all. "We want locals to be a part of what is happening in our country," say organizers. The Island Women's March is Jan. 20 in Friday Harbor. We will meet at noon at the Friday Harbor Courthouse on First Street, next t

ISLANDSWEEKLY.COM - 2018-01-16 09:30:00

How vessel noise affects killer whales

Marine conservationist and Oceans Initiative cofounder Rob Williams, Ph.D., spoke to more than 40 people at Emmanuel Parish Hall on Orcas Island, Jan. 9 about quieting the killer whales' habitat. The presentation was part of the SeaDoc Society and YMCA Camp Orkila's lecture series. "As ship noise in

SANJUANJOURNAL.COM - 2018-01-16 17:36:00

Missing Everett man found in apartment across the hallway

Rick Metzger, who went missing Jan. 8, was found alive in a vacant apartment across the hallway. (Everett Police Department) You must sign in or register to continue reading content. EVERETT - A missing Everett man was found alive a week after he went missing, in a vacant apartment across the hallwa

HERALDNET - 2018-01-15 20:12:00

Alaska Announces Paine Field Destinations

EVERETT, WA - Alaska Airlines on Tuesday morning announced a plan to connect Paine Field to major West Coast cities with nonstop flights. Seattle-based Alaska will bring add flights that serve eight cities beginning this fall. The new destinations offer an alternative to Sea-Tac airport for north Pu

PATCH - 2018-01-16 13:47:01

Laredo man arrested on accusation from 2012

The Grundy County Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of a Laredo man Monday on a charge from 2012. Thirty-nine-year-old Daniel Justin Rosson was arrested for misdemeanor passing a bad check of less than $500. He posted his bond of $1,000 cash only, and he is scheduled for the Associate Division of

KTTN.COM - 2018-01-16 21:56:21

Richard L. "Rick" Stanley, 1964 - 2018

Richard L. "Rick" Stanley, 1964 - 2018 Raytown, MO: Richard L. "Rick" Stanley, 53, Raytown, MO, passed away Thursday, January 11 at a Kansas City hospice house. He was born September 3, 1964 in Wheat Ridge, Colorado the son of Richard Ray and Elaine (Landes) Stanley. They preceded him in death. On A

BETHANYCLIPPER.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Fourth candidate files for Trenton City Council

A fourth candidate has filed for the Trenton City Council's April 3rd election. City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports Tom Stickler filed Tuesday morning for the Second Ward council member position. Current second ward council member Brad Chumbley filed for re-election Friday. Third Ward council member Da

KTTN.COM - 2018-01-16 21:45:54

Colleen (Booth) Mlika

Colleen (Booth) Mlika was born on July 13, 1941 and died January 13, 2018 at the age of 76. Colleen attended Pleasant Hill rural school and graduated from Princeton High School in May of 1959. On August 2, 1961 she married Theodore Jr. Mlika to this union 3 girls were born. Colleen and Jr., later di

BETHANYCLIPPER.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Doyle Thomas, 1926 - 2018

He was also preceded in death by his parents; brother, Faye Erwin Thomas and a great granddaughter, Everly Loree Cofer. Survivors include sons, David (Pat) Thomas, Lubbock TX, Larry Thomas, Beatrice NE, Clarke (Arlene) Thomas, St. Louis, MO and Paul Thomas, Bethany, MO; daughter, Anne (Peter) Neff,

BETHANYCLIPPER.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Partners break new ground rehabbing old houses

Tyler Garrett, left, and David Baker, partner-owners of Baker-Garrett Investments, stand on the corner of Third and Mulberry, where they have rehabbed three of the four houses shown in the background along Third Street. Baker, a National Guard sergeant with a background in construction, and Garrett,

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2018-01-16 20:09:00

Theatre League seeing record waiting list for season tickets

AP imageSOURCE: AP image Updated: 10:19 AM CST Jan 16, 2018 The Theatre League said it expects to see a record waiting list for season tickets after it was announced that Hamilton would be coming to Kansas City next year. The musical will be in Kansas City for a three-week run, June 18, 2019 throu

KMBC.COM - 2018-01-16 16:19:00

Gilman City teen appears in Grundy County Circuit Court

A Gilman City resident, 19-year-old Quamaine Butler pleaded guilty to a pair of charges when he appeared in the Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court. The state amended a charge to a misdemeanor of second-degree property damage. Imposition of sentence was suspended. Butler was placed on


Church Street in Ware to reopen after huge ice chunks, broken trees removed

WARE -- Church Street is expected to reopen Tuesday afternoon with work crews having removed huge ice chunks and broken trees from a section of the road where flooding of the Ware River followed heavy rain and high temperatures. The street was forced to close Saturday as it was impassible. Nothing c

MASSLIVE.COM - 2018-01-16 18:04:23

Man charged with assault and threatening in Keene

Keene police arrested a homeless man Monday night after he allegedly assaulted a woman and threatened her with a knife. Saint Marlan Baldwin, 53, of Keene is charged with domestic assault and domestic criminal threatening. "We were sent out to a wooded area behind Hannaford's for a report of a femal

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2018-01-16 17:00:00

Athol residents allowed to return home after ice jams spurred evacuation, but river could rise again

ATHOL - All residents evacuated from Morton Meadows apartments over the weekend because of ice jams in the Millers River can return home, according to Athol officials, with the stipulation that they be "ready and prepared for evacuation at any moment." Athol officials met Tuesday to discuss the cont

TELEGRAM.COM - 2018-01-17 00:09:53

Amherst police investigating break-in at Athena's Pizza

AMHERST -- Police are investigating a break-in at Athena's Pizza on University Drive sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning. Staff phoned in the report Sunday morning when opening the restaurant, according to police. The restaurant closes at 10 p.m. Police said a window was smashed and an undiscl

MASSLIVE.COM - 2018-01-16 15:43:51