Everett is one of those places—just 45 minutes north of Seattle, this waterfront city of a little more than 100,000 was incorporated in 1893, the same year the Great Northern Railway came to town.
Craig and Vicki Leuthold are living a dream. They live on the shores of the Columbia River in sight of Mt. Hood in the western distance, and Carlos Santana played in their back yard for two and a half hours.
Lois James is a professor in the College of Nursing at Washington State University in Spokane. With her husband, Steve James, she researches use of deadly force in law enforcement
I’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest nearly all my life, but this past winter’s weather had me checking my real estate app daily for housing options in warmer climates.