Eric Stevick

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

Hikers on Mount Pilchuck keep rescuers busy

A string of rescues on Mount Pilchuck continued this week with another hiker needing help off the mountain. It was the fifth… Continue reading

Former prisoner Bae decries North Korea’s latest ‘outrage’

A Lynnwood man once held prisoner in North Korea said he is praying for the family of Otto Warmbier, an American college student… Continue reading

State settles prison death lawsuit for $1.5 million

The attack in 2015 was vicious, quick and deadly. Late that May afternoon within the Special Offenders Unit of the Monroe Correctional Complex,… Continue reading

Man whose body washed ashore was killed

The death of a man whose body washed ashore in north Snohomish County in April has been ruled a homicide. The Snohomish County… Continue reading

Hikers urged to be wary of conditions at Mount Pilchuck

A spate of rescues has authorities warning hikers about deceiving conditions on Mount Pilchuck. Snohomish County Search &Rescue was called to the… Continue reading

EvCC to host community for 75th anniversary celebration

John Olson paused as he thumbed through batches of photos taken over the past 75 years. They date back to the early 1940s… Continue reading

Schools must balance lunch debt response with student needs

Schools across Snohomish County let students without money eat now and pay later, yet the debt varies greatly from district to district. More… Continue reading

Police: Man held in Everett woman’s murder has credible alibi

A Marysville man booked for investigation of murder earlier this week has been released from the Snohomish County Jail after detectives confirmed the… Continue reading

Marysville pair arrested in stabbing death of Everett woman

UPDATE: Carl Bustard, the Marysville man held in this case, was released Thursday night after Snohomish County sheriff’s detectives confirmed his alibi. Full story here… Continue reading

Driver seriously injured in crash between garbage, box trucks

Traffic on Highway 9 was backed up for hours Friday afternoon after a crash between a box truck and garbage truck in south… Continue reading

Vandals break into, damage one of Everett’s oldest churches

The act was as malicious as it was heartbreaking. In the dark of night, either late May 23 or early the 24th, someone… Continue reading