A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending Oct. 13.
Read the latest on the deaths of notable people. These news stories recount the lives that made them prominent locally, nationally and worldwide.
Staff Sgt. Bryan Black of Puyallup was one of three U.S. soldiers killed in Niger.
Culinary evangelist Jon Rowley introduced countless diners to Copper River salmon, Walla Walla onions, Shuksan strawberries, matsutake mushrooms and more. He died Oct. 4, 2017,...
Influential Seattle restaurant consultant Jon Rowley has died at age 74.
Jalal Talabani, the Kurdish guerrilla leader who became Iraq's president after the U.S. toppled Saddam Hussein, and who embodied hopes for a unified, peaceful future...
“Let’s Make a Deal” had its premiere in late 1963 and, with some interruptions, has been a television phenomenon ever since.
Tootsie Clark, known for handing out cinnamon rolls at reopening of North Cascades Highway, dies at 95
Since the 1970s, Tootsie Clark drove up Highway 20 with her famous cinnamon rolls to be the first in line when the road reopened after...