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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.
For people working to overcome addiction, the Everett Recovery Cafe is a place to heal. In a cozy, renovated house on Broadway, it offers community… Continue reading
There’s a 2003 TV movie called “Homeless to Harvard,” based on the true story of a girl from the Bronx. That is not Ethan Medlin’s… Continue reading
Shabbir and Ruqayya Bala are immigrants and Muslims, longtime restaurateurs and business owners, proud Americans and parents whose son graduated from the U.S. Military Academy… Continue reading
They weren’t lost in Hurricane Harvey, but newly arrived dogs and cats at the PAWS shelter are still, indirectly, refugees from the Texas disaster. Already,… Continue reading
Winter, spring, summer and fall, Bill Jaquette puts oars in the water. He glides upriver on the Snohomish at the break of day, often taking… Continue reading
As a girl, Laura Elhai never set foot in the Display Hall at the Evergreen State Fair. A trip to the fair meant grandstand shows,… Continue reading
It’s an environmental emergency. It’s an opportunity. It’s both. The escape of thousands of Atlantic salmon from net pens at a Cypress Island fish farm… Continue reading
Jim Mathis thought joining the Marine Corps would make childhood dreams come true. He signed up in 1962, the year he graduated from… Continue reading
In a tranquil place she worked to create, Mayumi Smith gazed at the Nishiyama Japanese Garden. It’s part of the Nippon Business Institute Japanese Cultural… Continue reading
Brett Jensen would have turned 35 next week. A top student, ASB president and athlete in Cascade High School’s Class of 2001, he died the… Continue reading
Four women are making history. With Marie Zackuse as chairwoman, for the first time there’s a female majority on the Tulalip Tribes Board of Directors.… Continue reading
When Monte Wolff packed his bags to attend his 60th Lake Stevens High School reunion, he also brought a lifetime of memories. There are stories… Continue reading
Far from Virginia, where strife begotten of a white supremacist rally exploded in deadly violence, traffic buzzed past a highway sign Tuesday near the Everett… Continue reading
It’s not a person, but they call it “Mary.” The nickname for Vicki and Ron Selia’s 1961 Lincoln Continental pays homage to one of the… Continue reading
It looked easy enough. On vacation, I made an attempt at what’s becoming the hottest water sport around. Ever tried wakesurfing? A rider on a… Continue reading
It was 1952. Bob Adrian was 4 when his mother opened a flower shop in the family’s north Everett home. Sixty-five years later, Flowers by… Continue reading