Coming together as family

Special-needs students and teachers at the Transition Center cooked up a Thanksgiving feast.

Archbishop Murphy’s Ray Pimentel, right, attempts a stiff arm on North Kitsap’s Kyle Green Friday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on November 17, 2017. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Archbishop Murphy fends off North Kitsap in state matchup

Top-ranked Wildcats ride big plays, timely defense to beat Vikings 28-21 in football playoff. (Video)

Police suspected neighbor of dealing drugs in Marysville

The suspect was busted at his house across the street from the Marysville Police Department.

Lynnwood’s property tax promise to homeowners sort of true

They were told consolidation of fire departments would save, but new rates likely will be more.

Couple marries where they had their first date: the hospital

The Marysville couple had planned to be married twice before but their plans were waylaid.

A Democrat and ex-Republican team up to end two-party politics

Brian Baird and Chris Vance unveil a new organization called Washington Independents.

Cassie Franklin has a transition team — but no mandate

“Sitting down with Judy is going to be one of my top priorities,” said the Everett mayor-elect.

Serving “the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind” a calling

Dan’l Markham now connects the Everett Gospel Mission with churches on issues surrounding poverty.

Now is the perfect time to design the garden of your dreams

Find inspiration in gardening magazines, on the internet, in your neighborhood and at nurseries.

In Everett, we mourn the demise of 747 passenger service

By year’s end, no U.S. carrier will fly passengers on the iconic Boeing jet, the first jumbo.

Opening day: ‘Lots of high-fives’ among skiers at Stevens Pass

Two chairs were running Thursday, and two more were expected to open on the weekend.

Marketplace

Delicious learning experiences with Seattle’s world-class culinary talent

Michael Duarte-Pedrosa, Connect2Classes VP, takes two cooking-class taste tests.

 

Law firm fights tickets, helps libraries, literacy, access to justice

Three steps to community-building in Whatcom County with MyTrafficMan.

 

Uncork your wine knowledge with the Seattle Wine School

A local expert makes learning about wine accessible.

 

HazardFactory classes fire up a passion for welding

A Connect2Classes team heats things up with a welding project.

 

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A rainbow appears in front of Andy Huestis and his girlfriend Alisha Garvin as they and other families gather to remember the victims on the third anniversary of the Oso mudslide on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 in Oso, Wa. Huestis’ sister, Christina Jefferds, and her baby granddaughter, Sanoah Violet Huestis, were among the 43 people killed in the mudslide. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Herald photographer’s Oso rainbow wins Northwest AP award

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