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Another ID through DNA: What happened to Rodney Johnson?

Last seen in the late 1980s, he was reported missing in 1994, the year a body was found in Lake Stickney.

Everett man identified after being stabbed to death in fight

A man reportedly stabbed Sophan Phal, 35, Sunday night near Everett and fled the scene.

Relieve the pandemic coin shortage: Bust open the piggy bank

The coronavirus lockdown means less metal is in circulation. Banks and merchants are desperate for change.

Shouts and joy: After 75 years war’s end still unforgettable

Machias native, author of “Pilchuck Reflections,” was watching a movie in Everett when the news came.

Health district reports 18 COVID-19 outbreaks in the county

The locations, ranging from construction sites to salons to banks, combine for 43 virus infections.

Who’s that 20-foot masked man? It’s the anti-virus Muffler Man

The fiberglass statue has social distanced atop a building in downtown Everett since 1983.

J. Stephan Banchero, III, president of Sound Bites (left) with John Moscrip, chief operating officer, Duke’s Seafood. Sound Bites delivers fresh organic produce, frozen protein and restaurant meals everywhere in Snohomish, King and Pierce counties.

Your SOUND choice for produce + restaurant favorites + more, delivered right to your door!

Get a head start with a weekly delivery of local organic produce, proteins, coffee and baked goods

Patterns of nature and mythology, by a Northwest master

See new works by Alfredo Arreguín, an originator of the Pattern and Decoration style, in Langley.

Doug Fahl will play Flan Kittregdge in Red Curtain’s live-stream performance of “Six Degrees of Separation.”

Stymied by virus, Red Curtain offers live-streamed theater

The Marysville troupe plans Zoom performances of “Something Rotten!” and “Six Degrees of Separation.”

Local Black leaders: Harris is blazing new trail in politics

They say the Democratic vice-presidential candidate will crack open a door long shut to women of color.

Coronavirus

Comment: During Covid, cancer patients now face lonely fight

Cancer patients and their families are forced to adapt to harsh complications for an already difficult fight.

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Relieve the pandemic coin shortage: Bust open the piggy bank

The coronavirus lockdown means less metal is in circulation. Banks and merchants are desperate for change.

 

Oak Harbor Public Schools decide on plan for fall opening

Conditions which must be met for a combination of in-person education and distance learning.

 

 

Marketplace
J. Stephan Banchero, III, president of Sound Bites (left) with John Moscrip, chief operating officer, Duke’s Seafood. Sound Bites delivers fresh organic produce, frozen protein and restaurant meals everywhere in Snohomish, King and Pierce counties.

Your SOUND choice for produce + restaurant favorites + more, delivered right to your door!

Get a head start with a weekly delivery of local organic produce, proteins, coffee and baked goods

 

‘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

 

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial cartoons for Thursday, Aug. 13

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Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, Aug. 12

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Aug. 11

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Editorial cartoons for Monday, Aug. 10

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Inside the Newsroom

Meeting people and telling their stories

Here was the plan: Go to graduate school, then get job teaching Continue reading...

 

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...

 

Photography

Your photos of the Waterfront Place Apartments fire

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

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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.