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As a Daily Herald columnist, I’ve met remarkable people and learned much since 1997.
Fundraising event helps patients and residents at Bethany of the Northwest’s Everett area facilities.
A shaggy and sometimes cranky bison is the last of his herd. He lives amid encroaching suburbia.
Everett’s Gerald Rogers, who served in the Korean War, recently returned from a guided tour.
The school has trained hundreds of skilled technicians for well-paying jobs.
Nominations came from listeners, station volunteers and board members.
Instead, people should donate to charities and nonprofits that help homeless people, they say.
Chance Van Valkenburgh died after getting caught in weeds while swimming in Marysville.
All started the same year, they will mark their 125th anniversaries with a joint concert.
The elementary students read ‘Wonder,’ about a boy who looks different — a story she empathizes with.
After years of patiently listening to young readers, Carmen and Risa probably have heard enough.
David Andrew Allbee, a musician with a local band called the Love Handles, died May 17.
The college calls it student housing, but Cedar Hall looks like a house of dreams.
Communities of Color Coalition-350 Everett alliance to key on social issues, climate change
The Marysville man who served two tours died Wednesday after suffering from cancer and PTSD.
Barbara Jean Nichols, 95, served near the front lines in Korea and Vietnam, and in Germany.
Fluke employees created 260 new-mom kits to be distributed.
He was devoted to family and lived his faith aiding pregnant women and new moms.
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