Snohomish

Students’ eye-opening journey: ‘How much we take for granted’

They spent their spring break on a service trip to Haiti. Now they’re packing meals to send there.

 

More locations added to get needle cleanup kits

About 800 kits have been distributed since the program started in September.

 

North Machias Road bridge down to one lane until fixes made

A bridge south of Lake Stevens remains at one lane of travel after a heavy truck damaged the structure in a crash earlier this month.… Continue reading

Everett man admits deadly slashing of 2 Maltby-area women

John Dimitri Kuljis Jr. pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and first-degree assault.

On your mark, get set … get dirty

It’s a 5k obstacle course filled with fun and mud.

Snohomish United makes it free to play high-level youth soccer

The youth club hopes its move will help attract top players from low-income families.

Former Snohomish High pitcher plays key role for ranked OSU

Jake Mulholland is the closer for one of the best college baseball teams in the country.

Kiwanis name Citizen of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently named Dennis Walters its Citizen of the Quarter. Walters is a Scout master of Boy Scouts Troop 91 and… Continue reading

Guatemalan villagers join with volunteers from the Hands for Peacemaking Foundation outside the school the Everett-based nonprofit helped build last month in the village of Canton Maya Jaguar. (Larry Jubie photos)

Rotary families put their hearts to work

They join with the Everett-based Hands for Peacemaking Foundation to build a school in Guatemala.

Guatemalan villagers join with volunteers from the Hands for Peacemaking Foundation outside the school the Everett-based nonprofit helped build last month in the village of Canton Maya Jaguar. (Larry Jubie photos)

Terrace robotics are champs at state competition

Jackson, Cedar Park and King’s also head to the FIRST World Championships.

In danger: State workers endure risks along our highways

WSDOT is marking National Work Zone Awareness Week with a plea to “slow down and give us room.”

John Taylor’s jacket was found at an antiques store in Oregon. The person who found it happened to know a volunteer of the Snohomish County Search & Rescue team, and the jacket was returned to Taylor’s Landing. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Back where it belongs: Jacket of search-and-rescue icon

John Taylor’s jacket was found at an antiques shop in Oregon and returned to Taylor’s Landing.

John Taylor’s jacket was found at an antiques store in Oregon. The person who found it happened to know a volunteer of the Snohomish County Search & Rescue team, and the jacket was returned to Taylor’s Landing. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Snohomish alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Jacob Mathis graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Mathis is the son of Scott… Continue reading

Neighboring beer-maker buys Snohomish’s first craft brewer

Lost Canoe has purchased Sound to Summit, whose owners also are health care practitioners.

Snohomish Kiwanis awards its Students of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently selected its Snohomish School District Students of the Quarter. Centennial Middle School: Colette Wilson, Lane Flatum Valley View Middle… Continue reading

Man with Snohomish County ties indicted

Federal prosecutors say he carried out a massive tax fraud scheme.

‘Curmudgeon with a heart’: GOP stalwart Jim Donner dies at 79

He was a sharp-tongued insider of Republican politics in the county and state for half a century.

Two local rescuers help save boy in Swiss Alps drama

A training session in Switzerland turned into the real thing.