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No parades, but cemeteries open, flags up for Memorial Day

Recognizing the holiday is more complicated this year, but local groups are doing what they can.

‘Appalled’ judge sentences pastor for theft from Oso victims

“God only knows what darkness in (Gary) Ray’s soul has caused him to do these things,” the judge said.

Counting COVID deaths isn’t as simple as you might think

State relies on results of tests and death certificates in calculating the daily toll of the disease.

Everett shooting leaves 1 man dead Sunday night

It happened in the 6500 block of Beverly Lane, police said. Another man has been taken into custody.

Traffic’s creeping back and some transit to collect fares again

Community Transit and Sound Transit are set to resume fares June 1, but not Everett Transit.

Small business relief effort inundated with 850 applications

The economy in and around Everett has struggled amid fallen revenues and uncertainty about the future.

Stillaguamish Tribe gives $1M to food banks, fire services

“I had to do a double take,” said the director of the Stanwood Camano Food Bank, which received $300,000.

Gallery: Locked down, socially distant in Snohomish County

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

Everett will still bloom as helpers take on flower program

City layoffs include a horticulturist, the “heart and soul” of the plant program.

Editorial cartoons for Monday, May 25, Memorial Day

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Washington colleges, universities brace for big budget hit

At community colleges, many hands-on vocational programs were canceled.

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Guest workers worry their bodies won’t get back to Mexico if they die

Only cremated remains have been approved for repatriation.

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Sirens, lights, wishes and hopes for boy with rare disease

Make-A-Wish and South County Fire staged a first-responder parade past the 3-year-old’s Lynnwood home.

 

 

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Through its telehealth services, the Sherwood team provides virtual evaluations, therapies and consultations to give parents peace of mind, and the tools they need to help their child grow.

Helping children and adults with disabilities navigate COVID

Sherwood’s early intervention, vocational supports remain critical

 

Why the construction industry is essential to the supply of toilet paper

Diverse, interconnected forest products industry need all components working

 

Business Continuity Planning During a Pandemic

As the spread of COVID-19 and measures to contain it bring drastic Continue reading...

 

Your easy-clean kitchen never looked so good!

Love the look of stone, but not the upkeep? Here’s the solution

 

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Small business relief effort inundated with 850 applications

The economy in and around Everett has struggled amid fallen revenues and uncertainty about the future.

 

‘Hundreds of millions’ in bogus jobless benefits paid out

Washington state has been reported as the top target of a Nigerian fraud ring.

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Editorial Cartoons

Editorial cartoons for Monday, May 25, Memorial Day

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Sunday, May 24

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Saturday, May 23

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Friday, May 22

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Photography

Gallery: Locked down, socially distant in Snohomish County

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

 

Tyler Chism was diagnosed with COVID-19 and is currently cleared, by CDC standards, but chooses to remain indoors at home on March 20 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: Life in Snohomish County as coronavirus takes hold

A collection of images by our staff photographers from our COVID-19 coverage over the past month.

 

Gallery: Life in transition in Snohomish

The day after the governor ordered the closure of many businesses, people in Snohomish made adjustments.

 

Gallery: Coco Gauff at Kids Day tennis event in Everett

The young star is in town ahead of this weekend’s Fed Cup qualifier at Angel of the Winds Arena.