Lives were on the line

After an estimated 350K emergency calls over 35 years, dispatcher Steve Williams is set to retire.

Friday’s prep basketball scores, recaps

Girls teams get defensive in decisive victories.

Suspected escort charged with felony assault, robbery

She allegedly told police she shot the man in the head “because he was performing (a sex act) wrong.”

Losing Mill Creek candidate wants to be declared the winner

Carmen Fisher sued to get the council seat now vacated by incumbent Sean Kelly, who lives elsewhere.

Ballot includes proposals for more than $700M for schools

Most districts are asking for program and operation levies to replace ones that are expiring.

Snohomish County’s campaign to land the 797 takes off

Executive Dave Somers announced the formation of a task force to urge Boeing to build the plane here.

Top 3 reasons drivers are stopped before being arrested for DUI

MyTrafficMan shares common driving challenges that raise suspicion

Glacier Peak’s Makayla Guerra attempts a shot past Jackson’s Sydney Carter Friday night at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish on December 15, 2017. Glacier Peak won 63-46. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

New-look Glacier Peak girls basketball beats Jackson 63-46

The Grizzlies are starting to find their footing after losing three stars to graduation from last season.

Snohomish political gadfly John Patric, pictured with his typewriter and a bag that carried his self-published newsletter, is the subject of a five-part Everett Public Library podcast. It focuses on a 1958 Snohomish County Superior Court case in which Patric defended his sanity. (Courtesy: Everett Public Library)

In a podcast, the tale of a true Snohomish eccentric

The Everett Public Library revisits John Patric’s successful fight in 1958 to prove he wasn’t insane.

Celebrating the origins of Christmas

LDS church holds annual nativity festival featuring more than 600 sets.

‘Last Jedi’ is the best ‘Star Wars’ movie since the first one

This instant-classic popcorn movie makes clever references to the past while embracing the new.

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Relish the Holiday Season with Family and Friends Throughout December

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Washington Huskies defensive back Ezekiel Turner holds the Apple Cup trophy after the Washington State Cougars lost to the Washington Huskies 41-14 at Husky Stadium in the 110th Apple Cup on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017 in Seattle, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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The Washington State Cougars invaded Husky Stadium at the University of Washington in Seattle.

 

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