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Jackson High senior has sights set on global justice

Micaiah Anderson, 18, leads the Multi-Cultural Club at school and is planning on a career in international law. Question: What are your college plans? Answer:… Continue reading

Everett’s first-ever quilt show set to open this week

They’re part of a needlework tradition passed down through generations, but today’s quilters create contemporary art as well as time-honored patchwork masterpieces. Stunning quilts —… Continue reading

2016 Woman of the Year in Sports: Amy-Eloise Neale

Related: Desiree Miller, Liv Larson, Trystan Melhart finalists for Woman of the Year in Sports For two years, Amy-Eloise Neale wondered whether she would ever… Continue reading

Silvertips’ Hart is The Herald’s 2016 Man of the Year in Sports

Related: Finalists for 2016 Man of the Year in Sports For a junior hockey player, it would be hard to have a much more accomplished… Continue reading

Do baby teeth hold clues to mystery of what causes autism?

J.T. Fisher was surrounded by sharks. His delight seemed to flood into his snorkeling mask. The Bothell boy and his father had boarded… Continue reading

‘Instinct’: 11-year-old rescues drowning toddler from pool

Jonah Urie’s grandmother taught him to swim in Blackmans Lake. Jonah is 11, and his brother, Zeke, is 9. He’s used to being… Continue reading

Your guide to plant sales in and around Snohomish County

Just like at a garage sale, the best stuff goes fast at a plant sale. The Hardy Plant Society of Washington held one of the… Continue reading

Camano Island couple started award-winning winery in their garage

Camano Island winemakers Ryan and Dusty Kramer found their passion on a road trip to Northern California some 16 years ago. They’d been to Santa… Continue reading

Fur flies: Salon for cats in Edmonds is a big hairy deal

It’s not every day you hear about a cat getting a blueberry facial and a shave. So my ears perked up when Herald multimedia sales… Continue reading

Everett bakery offers delightful array of goodies

It was mid-Saturday afternoon and the bakery was still packed. One thinks of Saturday morning as the time when people line up for… Continue reading

Family puts in hours of sweat equity to own home in Monroe

Maritza Martinez-Hernandez served imaginary tea in periwinkle cups. The 2-year-old peered inside the kettle. Nothing. She… Continue reading

Silvertips’ season ends with 4-1 loss to Thunderbirds

The Everett Silvertips silenced many doubters and prognosticators during the course of a brilliant 2016-17 regular season that saw them stave off the… Continue reading

Dressed up skeleton is dead ringer for courthouse employee

The “Employee of the Year” at the courthouse gives some people a fright. Others get a laugh. What’s up with that? It’s Trevor/Trudy,… Continue reading

Nonprofit works to bring Casino Road community together

They talk about upcoming field trips and who will bring lunch. What the neighbors have been up to. Who needs a sitter. They… Continue reading

Kindness, courage endure 2 years after devastating accident

With a weight lifter’s grimace, Todd Duitsman focused on exercising his arms. Like most everyone else using the Marysville Family YMCA’s fitness equipment Wednesday, he… Continue reading

For his 13th birthday, Blake Habersetzer hopes to raise $13K

Blake Habersetzer knows exactly what he wants for his 13th birthday later this month: $13,000. The money isn’t for him — it’s to… Continue reading

Hil Kaman of Everett receives Emerging Leader award for 2017

The city of Everett’s public health and safety director who spearheaded efforts to find better ways to aid… Continue reading

Glacier Peak heptathlete is jack of all trades on the track

Maya McFadden is a jack of all trades in track and field. The Glacier Peak senior standout has the power and strength to… Continue reading

Father, daughter in opposite dugouts in softball game

There aren’t many times Everett softball coach Mike Millar is going to omit scouting report details he has on a pitcher his Seagulls… Continue reading

Scriber Lake senior plans to be a traveling nurse

Scriber Lake High School senior EmmaSariah Jensen is a certified nursing assistant and looks forward to continuing her studies to become a licensed… Continue reading