The state Department of Transportation says its Little Bear Creek culvert project, which affects traffic on State Route 202/131st Avenue NE, is two months behind schedule and the delay will push back a planned one-weekend closing of the road.
A traffic roundabout in Woodinville is about to become the permanent exhibition site for a grand-scale piece of public art.
In May, a 25-foot metal sculpture will be installed in the middle of a roundabout at NE 171st Street and 135th Avenue NE, near the Woodin Creek Village apartments. The artwork is part of the development agreement for the apartment complex approved by the city in 2013.
On Sunday, April 2, at 3 p.m., organist Sheila Bristow and friends present a varied music program to benefit legal defense of the Standing Rock Sioux. This concert is at Church of the Redeemer, 6210 Northeast 181st Street, Kenmore, Washington. Admission is by a free will offering.
The program includes solo organ works, duet for trumpet and organ, and vocal and instrumental solos.
Proceeds of this concert to benefit the legal defense of the Standing Rock Sioux. Make checks payable to Church of the Redeemer.
Local public health officials have confirmed measles infection in a King County man and infant who may have exposed others while contagious. Most people in our area have immunity to the measles through vaccination, but people should check the exposure locations and their immunization records and call a health care provider promptly if they develop symptoms.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office responded to a domestic violence call at the 12000 block of 221st St SE last week. While attempting to take a 29-year-old male into custody, the male became unresponsive. Aid units were unable to revive the man and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
This incident is now under investigation by the Snohomish County Multi-Agency Response Team and all further updates and information will be released by the SMART PIO.