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Archbishop Murphy baseball coach, player become teammates

Max Whitt was sitting at work when a familiar face walked into the car dealership looking for help. Everett Merchants coach Harold Pyatte wasn’t searching… Continue reading

There’s more to take in at Safeco Field than the Mariners

If baseball isn’t your bag, no problem. You can still join your friends at Seattle Mariners games. There’s a lot more than sports going on… Continue reading

Murphy’s Williams is The Herald’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year

Ninety-two goals, 46 assists, three consecutive state championships. Not a bad resume for a prep soccer star. For as gaudy of numbers as Archbishop Murphy… Continue reading

Lynnwood’s Morgan is The Herald’s Softball Player of the Year

With a record-breaking freshman campaign three years ago, Maddie Morgan set an incredibly high bar for herself to top. Yet each passing spring,… Continue reading

E-W’s Mitchell is The Herald’s Baseball Player of the Year

An early-season arm injury significantly changed Brandon Mitchell’s role on the Edmonds-Woodway High School baseball team this spring. Mitchell was slated to be the team’s… Continue reading

Birdman feeds his feathered friends on Everett waterfront

Patrick Cooper goes to the waterfront daily to see his friends. There’s Honey and Skidplate and dozens of other winged moochers. The birds… Continue reading

Edmonds camp gives Seahawks’ Lockett chance to ‘give back’

It has been a trying six months for Tyler Lockett. But you wouldn’t know it from the way the Seahawks wide receiver bounded… Continue reading

Michael Larson, Everett High School: Gonzaga bound

The Future is Now This is one of a series of profiles of noteworthy Snohomish County high school graduates: Michael Larson, Everett (Gonzaga) • Arianna… Continue reading

Sasquatch! Music Festival as seen from the campground

Body paint, LED lighted strands of hair, flower crowns, rompers, onesies, sunglasses and a whole lot of dancing feet flocked to the stages of Sasquatch!… Continue reading

Day 2 views from Sasquatch! Music Festival

By Daniella Beccaria For the Herald With headliners MGMT and Twenty One Pilots on tap, Day 2 of Sasquatch! Music Festival provided plenty of reason… Continue reading

Photos from Day 1 of Sasquatch! Music Festival

By Daniella Beccaria For the Herald Body paint, LED lighted strands of hair, flower crowns, rompers, onesies, sunglasses and a whole lot of dancing feet… Continue reading

Pray for pennies from heaven to buy this church turned house

Pray for a windfall. This luxury estate can be yours for $2.14 million, complete with a clanging church bell. It’s a “chouse” —… Continue reading

Fidget spinners, the new weapons of mass distraction

It’s the weapon of mass distraction. What’s up with that? Fidget spinners. Little twirling gadgets that spin around a ball bearing. The toy craze that’s… Continue reading

Snohomish composer, 14, finds inspiration all around him

As a toddler, he’d strum his knuckles on the edge of a table, a cast iron radiator or whatever else he could find,… Continue reading

Retiring Everett school bus driver gets taken for a ride

The Everett School District’s bus drivers decided to send their boss off in style for her retirement. As in retro style, in a… Continue reading

Iconic OMG! Lake Stevens spaceship house faces demolition

It’s that wacky house that doesn’t look like any other home in town. Or in the state. Maybe even on the planet. What’s up with… Continue reading

Couple pays $5,495 owed for lunches at Marysville schools

On Friday, Tom and Christy Lee called the Marysville School District, intending to pay off the lunch money debt for the students at… Continue reading

People with drug arrests lose more ground in Everett

The Everett City Council is taking up an expansion of the ordinance that prevents people arrested for drug crimes from entering certain parts… Continue reading

Peggy Olafson Curtis: She gave her daughter a new life

We asked readers to tell us what they love about their moms. Kids from 17 to well over 70 entered The Herald’s Mother’s Day contest.… Continue reading

Snohomish earns state bid with 5-4 comeback win over MP

Less than 24 hours after being dealt a crushing walk-off loss in extra innings, the Panthers found themselves on the winning side of… Continue reading