Sharon Salyer

Centers step up to educate seniors about opioid addiction

It’s a myth that abuse of opioid painkillers is just a problem among young people. A recent study reported in The New York… Continue reading

Cleanup to begin in June at former bus barn in Lynnwood

The Edmonds School District’s former bus barn property near Alderwood mall is valued at nearly $12 million. But before any development occurs there,… Continue reading

Edmonds mulls continuing ban on new crumb rubber fields

The city’s ban on installing crumb rubber athletic fields appears likely to be extended for another year — part of the ongoing national… Continue reading

Event intended to build hope, peace, healing in Mukilteo

In a community shattered by the shooting of four young adults last year and divided by plans to open a mosque, an event… Continue reading

Everett Clinic expanding to Kirkland, Bothell, Woodinville

The Everett Clinic has announced plans to buy a Kirkland-based family practice clinic and to open two new clinics in Bothell and Woodinville… Continue reading

Mural reflects organization’s goal of helping the homeless

It’s not what you’d expect to see on the back wall of a church. Brightly painted whimsical animal characters — including a bear,… Continue reading

2 Everett students have mumps; 7 county cases now

Two more mumps cases have been confirmed in Snohomish County, both involving Everett School District students. One student at Everett High School and… Continue reading

Construction on children’s clinic in Everett to begin soon

Construction is scheduled to begin in May on Seattle Children’s $25 million clinic here. It will provide both specialty and urgent care services.… Continue reading

Snohomish County fights to reduce opiate overdose deaths

It’s been an alarming trend that’s continued for several years — Snohomish County has some of the state’s highest death rates from opiate… Continue reading

Everett man held in carpet-knife attack on 2 women; 1 dead

Mark Glover is trying to understand the unfathomable, why someone would kill his mother and attack his sister. “I’m having a hard time… Continue reading

Quinn Schmitz, 11, is a happy bike rider thanks to a nonprofit

All 11-year-old Quinn Schmitz could do was watch in frustration as kids zoomed down the street on their bikes, leaving her behind. “All… Continue reading

Two arrested in woman’s death near Snohomish

Two men have been arrested in connection with the killing of one woman and the assault of another Sunday afternoon near Echo Lake.… Continue reading

Early morning fire guts historic restaurant in Marysville

Damage is estimated to be at least $1 million from a two-alarm fire that erupted early Sunday morning at the Village Restaurant, a… Continue reading

Construction to start on new Mukilteo ferry terminal

After more than a decade of planning, construction is ready to begin this year on the city’s new $134.7 million ferry terminal. The… Continue reading

WSU medical students to spend some time training in Everett

Washington State University’s new medical school program kicks off in August. One of the first activities for some of those students will be… Continue reading

Crews to tackle confusion at intersection in Mukilteo

Motorists lined up in the queue for the Mukilteo ferry have no doubt seen the look. Travelers in the non-ferry northbound lane of… Continue reading

Slick roads again close or delay schools; warming ahead

There’s a chance of rain and snow Tuesday, and roads are likely to remain… Continue reading

Mukilteo’s all-day kindergarten school to be ‘a happy place’

The Mukilteo School District plans to open a new school in the fall only for kindergarten students — part of an expansion to… Continue reading

New photo exhibit opens at Edmonds Historical Museum

The thousands of people who jam the Frances Anderson Center during the annual Edmonds Arts Festival may never wonder about the building’s namesake.… Continue reading

At 33, Snohomish County leads the state in flu deaths

Influenza has killed 33 people in Snohomish County, and the community now leads the state in flu deaths. “This is the same message… Continue reading