An era is ending for once bustling Camp Silverton

Kids started to learn in nature there in the 1940s. Most buildings at the site have been torn down.

Unsealed record suggests Talbott left DNA on zip tie in 1987

William Talbott is set to be sentenced Wednesday in the murders of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg.

In Lake Stevens signage debate, city ordinance may be unlawful

A Lake Stevens code regulating sign size based on content is violating a 2015 Supreme Court ruling.

Merger would make mega fire district with 162,000 residents

Lake Stevens area voters will decide whether to join a district serving Monroe and Mill Creek.

Four challengers taking on Edmonds School Board incumbent

They are talking about teacher layoffs and improving communication between the board and parents.

The reversible express lanes I-5 most days flow toward Seattle during the morning commute and north in the evenings. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

A driver can dream: Can I-5 express lanes be more nimble?

And switch direction to adjust to current conditions rather than stick to a strict schedule.

All heart: Mukilteo massage and esthetics spa helps you Be Well

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Edgar Martinez praises M’s fans in his induction speech

After a 10-year wait, the former Seattle Mariner finally gets his spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame

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Snohomish County farms shrink, but there are more of them

The new Census of Agriculture sheds light on how Snohomish County grows food, and how that’s changing.

On the backside of the Edmonds statue created by artist Howard Duell is an image of the Saturn V rocket that carried three astronauts aloft on their way to the moon in 1969. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Still a wonder, 1969 moon mission left more than footprints

“For a brief moment all people were truly one,” says an Edmonds statue commemorating Neil Armstrong.

Adrenaline-pumping paintball targets fun for all ages

Family-run Doodlebug Sportz offers paintball for everyone in Everett and Snohomish

 

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Adrenaline-pumping paintball targets fun for all ages

Family-run Doodlebug Sportz offers paintball for everyone in Everett and Snohomish

 

All heart: Mukilteo massage and esthetics spa helps you Be Well

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Build your next career, starting now!

Award-winning Skagit County builder will keep you busy all year, motivated with project variety

 

Driving away in your European dream car can be THIS easy!

Lynnwood dealer specializes in European and other imports, at prices you can afford

 

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Members of the Ivy Five and some friends play at the Edmonds home of Gary Ostlund (second from right on trumpet) on July 12, 2019. In 1956, five guys from Everett Junior High started a combo band, the Ivy Five, to play in the school talent show and played through high school. Those who live locally still get together to play regularly. On this date, Karner Trethewey (right, on trombone) was visiting from California. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Revive of the Ivy Five, a band started in 1956 junior high

63 years later, the jazz combo begun in Everett plays on. “We’re in it for the friendship…”

 

How we covered the first walk on the moon 50 years ago

Columnist Julie Muhlstein talks about The Daily Herald’s coverage of Apollo — back when we were not so daily.

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Dig it! Old bones, new brews pair for fossil fun in Monroe

FossilEra, an online dinosaur bone retailer, will have a public showing with Dreadnought Brewery.

 

Can the little guy survive the Lake Stevens Costco?

Turners Grocery has loyal customers, but the owner knows the general store’s days could be numbered.

 

Photography

Gallery: We missed an entire day of moon news back in 1969!

The Herald then did not have a Sunday edition — a real disadvantage during the Apollo 11 mission.

 

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