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Many plants can be poisonous to pets and livestock

This June 13, 2017, photo shows several stands of foxglove or digitalis growing wild on a parcel of roadside property near Langley, Wash. Although it produces beautiful blooms, foxglove can trigger irregular heart rates, seizures and breathing irregularity in dogs, cats, horses and a variety of othe

LONGVIEW DAILY NEWS - 2018-08-19 06:00:00

Photo gallery: CASA dog wash, 8.18.18

Scenes from the 12th annual CASA Dog Wash on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018, at the Camano Animal Shelter Association on Camano Island. The fundraiser offered baths and manicures. All proceeds benefit the CASA local animal shelter. For more information, call 360-387-1902.

ANACORTES AMERICAN - 2018-08-19 17:14:00

News Files: Officials tour new high school in 1938

Before machines took over the heavy work of getting hay out of the fields, the crop was harvested by hand, like on the Iver Johnson farm (above) in Stanwood.Photo courtesy of Stanwood Area Historical Society

ANACORTES AMERICAN - 2018-08-18 16:45:00

1906 schoolhouse—plus a saloon and a chapel—listed for $695K

Whether you’re looking to open an event venue or just for some unique digs, here’s something for you: atwo-acre property in Silvana, a Snohomish County town with a population of 90 or so people, featuring a collection of vintage buildings, from a chapel to a saloon. But the centerpiece is really the

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Man honors his graduating class with eccentric '67 truck

Kartak said he asked a police officer if there'd been any complaints about the music. "He said, 'Heck, no.'"

SEATTLEPI.COM - 2018-08-19 07:05:25

Letter: Downtown businesses not the bad guys

I am appalled at the picture painted by the article titled "Friendship House cuts meal service, cites pressure from neighbors" by Brandon Stone (Aug. 15).It made Jim Fikkert and the businesses of downtown Mount Vernon seem cold and callused to the world around us.If Brandon Stone actually knew these

ANACORTES AMERICAN - 2018-08-19 12:00:00

Bothell police arrest therapist on suspicion of indecent liberties

BOTHELL, Wash.- Officers with the Bothell Police Department arrested a licensed clinical therapist on suspicionof indecent liberties, thePolice Department announced Friday.

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Letter: Disappointed in Friendship House neighbors

Your recent article about Friendship House ("Friendship House cuts meal service, cites pressure from neighbors," Aug. 15) reveals some critical facts about both the Mount Vernon business community and the attitude of some of the churches.I am very disappointed that even a pastor seems to choose busi

ANACORTES AMERICAN - 2018-08-18 15:00:00

Mount Vernon bank robber found guilty

MOUNT VERNON — Joshua Castillo was found guilty in Skagit County Superior Court on Aug. 10 of first-degree robbery.The 36-year-old Vancouver man robbed the Skagit Bank branch at 1301 Memorial Highway in Mount Vernon of $800 on Nov. 22.According to court documents, Castillo entered the bank at 12:50

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Edmonds Kind of Play: Quiet Heart Wilderness School's beloved Hawkeye ready to say farewell - My Edmonds News

If you are spending any time in Edmonds, you may have experienced a range of “sightings.” There are celebrity sightings, like Rick Steves, or even Bill Linsday, the Edmonds Temperature-Taker Dude. There are also a lot of great nature sightings, including bald eagles, owls and the elusive snowy owl —

MYEDMONDSNEWS.COM

Everett police want info after projectile fired from car hits school building

EVERETT, Wash.- Everett police are asking for help identifying whoever fired a projectile from a car at the Everett School District CRC building, police said.

KIRO7.COM

Life inside the Everett’s Boeing production facility: It’s like a city

EVERETT – Making airplanes is big business right now. There is a need to build thousands of airplanes to meet the passenger and cargo needs of the future. Up in Everett, more than 35-thousand people work at the Boeing production facility, working round the clock, getting those planes from the factor

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DUI driver dies after jumping off SR 520 bridge

SEATTLE -- A suspect placed into custody for DUI has died after he jumped from the State Route 520 bridge near the west highrise early Friday morning.According to the Washington State Patrol, the 31-year-old male from Kirkland was handcuffed already when he decided to jump from the bridge. He was la

KOMO NEWS

Man pleads not guilty to raping 13-year-old girl

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ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-08-18 12:35:31

Help needed to shelter homeless pets in Snohomish County

Ruth Siedlicki got her dog Layla as a Christmas gift four years ago when life was much better.Since then, Siedlicki has been unemployed and is now living in her car. She has to give her precious gift away."I feel like a mouse on a wheel-banging my head against the wall," she said.Siedlicki has a job

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Edmonds pizza shop burglar caught on camera

A second video from a different vantage point released Thursday shows the suspect’s vehicle, which appears to be a light-colored or white Toyota, pull up to the restaurant. A man gets out, breaks the glass door and then goes inside as the car is left running.

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Everett police look to creative solutions in fight against opioid crisis, crime

In one week in July, 57 people overdosed on opioids across Snohomish County, according to numbers from the Snohomish Health District. The majority of those – 21 – were reported to be in the city of Everett.

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Mount Vernon homeless meals cut due to neighbor complaints

Pastor Jim Fikkert of the nearby Communion Church says as a member of the Mount Vernon Downtown Association he's been communicating the concerns of businesses which include loitering, littering and vandalism, all of which he says are increasing.

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Rare 'King-of-the-Salmon' fish washes up in Deception Pass

“They’re out there,” said Tim Campbell, the curator of fish and invertebrates at the Seattle Aquarium. “They’ve always been a resident of waters around here.”

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Elderly woman pulled from burning SUV after crash into tree

EVERETT, Wash. -- An 83-year-old woman survived a fiery crash into a tree in Everett after being pulled from her flaming car by a witness, fire officials said.

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