On I-5’s edge, biologists revive a vanishing world for salmon

A pristine island in the sloughs shows why governments are spending millions on tidal marsh habitat.

Mayor Jennifer Gregerson (left) listens as Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough discusses a proposed measure for a manager-council form of government during a Mukilteo City Council in May. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The severance pay saga continues at Mukilteo city hall

Members aren’t always on their best behaviors at Mukilteo City Council meetings. See for yourself.

The Herald’s 2019 Boys Athlete of the Year: Kody Newman

The youngest member of an athletically gifted family was a three-sport standout for the Falcons

‘Napalm Girl’ no more: Iconic Vietnam War child shares faith

Kim Phúc, famous for being photographed naked and crying after a napalm attack, spoke at a Lynnwood church.

Everett High School’s Amina Hussein admits her freshman year was “overwhelming,” but since then she’s learned to connect with people. “I just enjoy being here, the teachers are amazing, the principals talk to me every single day, they’re really inclusive.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett student empowered by her Kenyan culture

Amina Hussein’s Kenyan heritage and Muslim faith motivate her to positions of leadership.

Man reportedly shot at in Everett because he didn’t join gang

He said two teenagers drove up alongside him and fired a gun, according to an Everett police report.

Live Happy, Live Healthy: Take an Active Approach to Your Wellness Journey

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2-person gravity cars get kids of all abilities on the track

Regional Challenge Races enable developmentally disabled children to participate.

Site plan for Northline Village in Lynnwood City Center. (Merlone Geier Partners)

Light rail arrival builds interest in Lynnwood’s City Center

Plans for first multibuilding complex in area includes housing, parking office and retail space.

The new breed of growlers prevent the heartbreak of flat beer

These jugs are a big part of the craft brewing scene — and they’re much more than brown glass bottles.

Shall we bid farewell to the gentle denizens of Forest Park?

The Animal Farm has connected creatures great and small with generations of kids. But it could go.

Graduation 2019
Scenes from the Sequoia High graduation ceremony held in the Everett Civic Auditorium on Thursday, June 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: Sequoia High School’s class of 2019 graduation

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Gallery: Everett High School’s class of 2019 commencement

The ceremony was held Saturday afternoon at Angel of the Winds Arena.

 

Gallery: Marysville Pilchuck’s class of 2019 commencement

The ceremony was held Wednesday afternoon at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett.

 

Gallery: Snohomish High School’s class of 2019 commencement

Scenes of the graduation ceremony at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett on June 10.

 

 

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Live Happy, Live Healthy: Take an Active Approach to Your Wellness Journey

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Comcast honors Snohomish County students

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards $95,000 in scholarships to Washington students

 

Meet Matt, who loves to sing, has a great work ethic, excels at counting and listens to sports radio. The client of Sherwood Community Services, who is blind, also enjoys his part-time job as a production worker at Innovative Salon Products where he’s responsible for quality control and packaging.

A simple adjustment can change lives.

Words matter – Take a moment to consider the words you use

 

Technology drives access to better legal care

MyTrafficMan.net makes it easy to access the legal services you need

 

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Editorial cartoons for Sunday, June 23

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Videos

2-person gravity cars get kids of all abilities on the track

Regional Challenge Races enable developmentally disabled children to participate.

 

Lake Stevens grad settling into radio gig with Salem-Keizer

Recently hired Volcanoes announcer Payne Patchett, 18, is back in town for a series against the AquaSox.

 

New Sound Transit railcars will eventually serve Lynnwood

They will be phased in between now and 2024 as Link service greatly expands north, east and south.

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20 years of making baseball miracles happen

Monroe’s Miracle League — a league for children and adults with special needs — celebrates its 20th season.

 

Photography

Gallery: Seattle Storm beats the Los Angeles Sparks, 84-62.

The Seattle Storm beats the Los Angeles Sparks, 84-62, at Angle of the Winds Arena on Friday.

 

Scenes from the Sequoia High graduation ceremony held in the Everett Civic Auditorium on Thursday, June 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: Sequoia High School’s class of 2019 graduation

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Gallery: Everett High School’s class of 2019 commencement

The ceremony was held Saturday afternoon at Angel of the Winds Arena.

 

Photos of the week

Herald photographers capture the people and places of Snohomish County