Eric Stevick

At long last, WSU Everett’s new building is open for business

Like many students at Washington State University’s newest campus, Nashika Stanbro has followed a less-than-traditional path to higher education. Stanbro has more than… Continue reading

New WSU Everett cuts the ribbon Tuesday

Hundreds of people are expected to visit the new Washington State University Everett building Tuesday during an open house. The event begins at… Continue reading

Never mind his life sentence: Here’s what her family thinks

The life sentence was a formality. It’s what the state’s Three Strikes law for persistent offenders required. What Thursday’s court proceeding provided was… Continue reading

Smokey haze seems endless, but relief should be on the way

The brownish-white haze has smothered the region for more than a week, blotting from view mountains, waterfront and entire cities. The other day,… Continue reading

Edmonds teachers rally to spur contract negotiations

Teachers and parents rallied outside Edmonds School District offices Tuesday evening with speeches, chanting and cheers to try to bring attention to ongoing… Continue reading

Video of assault of boy posted online; teen arrested

A teen was arrested Saturday after a video surfaced online of him allegedly assaulting a boy and stealing his scooter. The boy… Continue reading

That’s leadership: Mariner senior to be on School Board in fall

Dennis Mach finished his junior year at Mariner High School in June. Next year he will be a student representative on the Mukilteo… Continue reading

3 seeking Position 2 spot on Everett City Council

The Aug. 1 primary ballot for Position 2 on the Everett City Council includes an incumbent with a background in architecture and crunching… Continue reading

PUD works to replace older power poles, underground lines

It’s year-round work maintaining such a vast electrical system and a fair amount of the toil gets done in the favorable conditions summer… Continue reading

City of Mukilteo’s appeal of airport terminal decision rejected

The decision was brief; its impact far reaching. The state Supreme Court has chosen not to hear a case brought by the city… Continue reading

Everett council candidates speak of fiscal efficiency, wages

The primary race for Position 3 on the Everett City Council includes an incumbent who leads one of the city’s oldest businesses, a… Continue reading

Fatal struggle with police near Maltby ruled accidental

The death of a Maltby-area man during a struggle with police March 22 has been ruled an accident. Alexander W. Dold, 29, reportedly… Continue reading

New Eyman initiative targets car tabs — and Sound Transit

Over the years, professional initiative promoter Tim Eyman has had a knack for finding hot-button issues that get people riled up enough to… Continue reading

Algae bloom taints flavor of Everett’s drinking water

Bob Kelly knows that Everett has long prided itself on its clean pristine water. And deservedly so. He’s been drinking it for roughly… Continue reading

38-year career in education left behind to lead faith group

He was recruited with a plate of cookies. Chocolate chip, if memory serves. Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory, executive director for the Sno-Isle Libraries system, was… Continue reading

Signature-gatherers dispute deadline to make Everett ballot

A city-imposed deadline has come and gone, but backers of a proposal to change the makeup of the Everett City Council are arguing… Continue reading

Monroe Detective Sgt. Cindy Chessie retires to lead food bank

When there was a major crime to solve, the Monroe Police Department would turn its training center into a war room. Behind those… Continue reading

This EdCC graduate’s optimistic journey began in Syria

When Naji Ali described his “long, scary, worrisome and hard journey” to become a commencement speaker at Edmonds Community College, he was not… Continue reading

Sporty yet artsy Glacier Peak senior inspired by soccer coach

Alyssa Jordan just finished her junior year at Glacier Peak High School where she challenges herself in the classroom, on the field and… Continue reading

100 cops greet son of slain officer at Woodinville graduation

On the top shelf of the locker rests a police officer’s hat. It is peaked and crisp, the kind one might find worn… Continue reading