Dan Catchpole

The spectacular downfall of developer Lobsang Dargey

In August 2014, four Buddhist monks chanted in a dimly-lit…

 

Developer Dargey had successes until fraud tripped him up

Related: The spectacular fall of developer Lobsang Dargey Dargey’s Everett developments 1.…

 

Husband and wife oversee operations at Everett Salvation Army

Doing the Lord’s work can be difficult some days, when…

 

Police seek man reportedly involved in Edmonds stabbing

Two men were rushed from an Edmonds apartment complex to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with stab wounds late Sunday morning. Police are… Continue reading

Edmonds takes clean-energy pledge, but is that achievable?

Edmonds has pledged to have clean, renewable energy powering the homes, offices and other buildings within its boundaries by 2025. It is the… Continue reading

Stunt pilots deliver ‘a busy 15 minutes’ at Arlington Fly-In

The bright red biplane spiraled down toward the ground, trailing a thick corkscrew of smoke. Thousands of eyes watched the plane as it… Continue reading

Jet deals and plenty of new business from Paris Air Show

State officials say Washington companies could land upwards of $200 million in new business out of the Paris Air Show. Washington sent its… Continue reading

1 person injured, 3 boats sink in fire at Port of Everett

A boat caught fire as it readied to pull into a slip at the Port of Everett on Saturday evening. The flames quickly… Continue reading

New Boeing chief McAllister tackles changing business strategy

Boeing Commercial Airplanes’ new boss, Kevin McAllister, keeps a painting in his office of the Bethlehem Steel mill during its heyday in his… Continue reading

Boeing 787 first rolled out of Everett plant 10 years ago

Saturday marks the 10th anniversary since the first Boeing 787 Dreamliner rolled out of the company’s Everett plant. Thousands of Boeing workers and… Continue reading

With pilot shortage, Boeing explores self-flying aircraft

With millions more people flying every year, Boeing is concerned there may not be enough pilots to get everyone where they want to… Continue reading

New health food grocer to open near Mill Creek sports arena

A fast-growing healthy foods grocer is coming to Mill Creek. Sprouts Farmers Market plans to move into Gateway Shopping Center, next to… Continue reading

Large Everett-area office towers going onto the market

Two large office buildings are up for sale: Redstone 1 in Lynnwood and Redstone 2 in Mountlake Terrace. They are expected to sell… Continue reading

Boeing’s CFO Greg Smith gets an expanded role in strategy

Boeing chief financial officer Greg Smith is getting a bigger role in keeping the company competitive in the global aerospace market. On top… Continue reading

Aerospace supplier breaks ground for new Riverside building

Zodiac Northwest Aerospace Technologies’ current home just east of downtown Everett feels more like a rabbit warren than the site of a growing… Continue reading

$2M in grants will help former Boeing workers

Workforce Snohomish is getting $2 million from federal and state tax dollars to help Boeing workers who were laid off or took buyouts… Continue reading

Boeing reorganizes defense division, cutting 50 exec jobs

Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) is reorganizing and slimming its executive ranks in hopes of becoming a more nimble corporation. The… Continue reading

Everett submarine firm will take you to Titanic for $105K

When a big ship sinks in the open ocean, it does not gently drift to rest on the seabed. It slams into it,… Continue reading

Boeing releases details on plans for new, mid-size 797

Boeing released more details Tuesday about a potential new airplane nestled between its workhorse 737 and its advanced, long-range 787. The new plane,… Continue reading

At Paris Air Show, Boeing officially launches 737 MAX 10

Global rivals Boeing and Airbus came out gunning Monday, the opening day of the aerospace industry’s premier tradeshow, the Paris Air Show. Bucking… Continue reading