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Glacier Lanes won’t be spared: Owners decide to close forever

Bowlers statewide are rallying to open venues shut by COVID rules, but this Everett business isn’t waiting.

Small hospitals weather the pandemic, but with heavy losses

Another economic shutdown could mean “difficult decisions” for EvergreenHealth Monroe and others.

Some waited months for jobless benefits, and some wait still

Not all 81,000 cases are resolved, but some people finally received thousands of dollars in back payments.

Auditor: Voter turnout could be historic in Snohomish County

After Saturday’s tally, the Everett schools bond was still a longshot and Lakewood’s tech levy was passing.

Updated 2020 primary election results for Snohomish County

Returns for contested races and ballot measures, updated daily as mail-in ballots are counted.

Everett church wants to host tent camp; city ponders process

Everett United Church of Christ is applying to host one. It’s a 45-day process.

Rich Davis works on finishing the deck of his home in Mukilteo on June 11. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Mukilteo man’s pandemic project: A 500-square-foot deck

Rich Davis had never built anything before, but the shutdown left him with ample time to learn a new skill.

Snohomish County PUD embraces ‘smart’ meters despite concerns

A handful of customers said they were worried about privacy, peak-hour rate increases and safety.

Marysville sues Arlington over plan for 500 apartments

Marysville worries the major project on 51st Avenue NE will gum up traffic at a nearby intersection.

Coronavirus

Viewpoints: Fighting a pandemic of disinformation

Rumors are a problem, but intentional disinformation can raise havoc with democratic institutions.

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Commentary: State must do more to protect farmworkers’ health

State health and labor agencies must do more to enforce laws meant to protect workers during the pandemic.

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Some waited months for jobless benefits, and some wait still

Not all 81,000 cases are resolved, but some people finally received thousands of dollars in back payments.

 

 

Marketplace

‘I’m proud of my police, and I’m proud of my community.’

Mayor Kartak explains the city’s response to May 31 protests

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Get your wheels roadtrip-ready for your summer staycation

Everett’s Fast Eddies Tire Pros share what you need to know

 

Let your wedding venue be your ‘something blue’

Big celebration or party-for-two, Hotel Indigo in the Port of Everett will help you tie the knot

 

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial cartoons for Sunday, Aug. 9

A sketchy look at the news of the day. Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Saturday, Aug. 8

A sketchy look at the news of the day. Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Friday, Aug. 7

A sketchy look at the news of the day. Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Thursday, Aug. 6

A sketchy look at the news of the day. Continue reading...

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Inside the Newsroom

Readers often remind us: This is their paper

I wasn’t the one with the paper route; that was my younger Continue reading...

 

Why I’m at the Herald, and not a disco dancer

I got hooked on journalism while at a state mental hospital in Continue reading...

 

Our new reporter will cover working class issues

Meet Ian Davis-Leonard, our newest staff member. Ian grew up in Everett, Continue reading...

 

Herald news coverage during the pandemic

In-depth reporting from the beginning

 

Photography

Your photos of the Waterfront Place Apartments fire

The fire burned the under-construction building to the ground Thursday evening.

  • 3 weeks ago

 

Protests continue, spreading to Granite Falls and Mukilteo

Hundreds of people in the small cities joined marches and demonstrations decrying racism.

 

Health-care workers take a knee at Providence in Everett

The nationwide event was sponsored by White Coats for Black Lives.

 

Gallery: Locked down, socially distant in Snohomish County

Daily Herald photographers share their images of life during the weeks-long stay-home order.