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The state ended its 877-764-HERO program where the public could report violators.
Theatrics include the world’s largest wedgie, a flying piano, human ceiling fan and a hair hang act.
Immersed for 30 minutes in frigid water would kill most of us. It energizes these swimmers.
These creatures from long ago won’t chomp or chase you, and you’re welcome to visit.
The Mukilteo-Clinton route ridership dropped in 2020, but not as much as others in the ferry system.
First, boats will suspend service for 13 hours to allow for finishing touches and training.
She turns abstract forms into some of the region’s most beloved public art, including the Pike Place Market pig.
The CDC initials were happenstance.
There’s a lobster-roll food truck parked by a pot shop and a teen girl dancing in a lobster costume on a rural stretch of Highway… Continue reading
Fewer boats mean longer waits on weekends. No more frolicking on the boat.
The door on Cultus Bay Road has been a South Whidbey Island icon for 30 years. Here’s the story.
It was once the look for bandits, ninjas and dentists. Now it’s gone viral. What’s up with that? Face masks are part of the COVID… Continue reading
Dogs don’t chase after this ambulance. They ride inside. What’s up with that? It’s the pet ambulance. Veterinarians Dr. Eric Patrin and Dr. Rob Jung… Continue reading
Life at the Ken’s Korner shopping plaza in Clinton has come to a crawl for Raja, a 9-year-old tortoise. There are less feet on the… Continue reading
Viva Las Langley. The nine-foot neon motel sign near the entrance to Langley is a retro atomic boomerang in blue and green lights with a… Continue reading