Boys basketball preview: MP has something to prove

The Tomahawks are hungry to show they are still a state contender without star RaeQuan Battle.

A man crosses the road under stoplights at Casino Road and Evergreen Way on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. The lights at Casino Road and Evergreen Way are being considered for controversial red-light traffic cameras. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett is considering 7 intersections for red light cameras

The city has listed the locations under review. No decisions have been made.

Lake Stevens bar vandalized as rumors of a hate group swirl

The Proud Boys were said to be meeting at Razzals Bar & Grill. The owners temporarily closed shop.

Lawmakers aim to act on guns and pot, taxes and apples

There’s a wide range of subjects they hope to address when the 2020 session begins next month.

Recounts: Nicholls on school board, Urban on fire commission

And Mason Thompson defeated Leigh Henderson for a seat on the Bothell City Council.

One year, still no answers in Edmonds Senior Center shooting

Police say no witnesses have stepped forward since the night Alexander Rhodes was shot and killed.

Tools and equipment shipped right to your jobsite

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Looking back: A working-class watering hole

Joe King’s tavern satiated Everett’s early thirsts.

Why yes, you can grow citrus trees in the Pacific Northwest

We live in a horticultural paradise, so be adventurous and tend to your own lemon and lime trees.

Rucker Renewal disruption frustrates downtown businesses

The major Everett road, sidewalk and utilities project started in July and won’t end until spring.

Like Santa with his sack of toys, Mary Butler brings a bag of gifts and a joyful smile to a family being served by Toys for Tots on Thursday. Volunteer Sharon Argle, who helped with toy selection, is behind her.

Baby gifts to Buzz Lightyear, Toys for Tots brings kids joy

Mary Butler, who has helped for 13 years, says the local chapter serves some 52,000 children a year.

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WATCH: Silvertips’ Kindopp scores the Teddy Bear Toss goal

The team captain scored his 22nd goal of the season to send the bears flying toward the ice

 

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Lake Stevens’ Baylor Thomas and teammate Chloe Pattison celebrate as the Arlington Eagles lost to the Lake Stevens Vikings 57-54 in a girls’ basketball game on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 in Arlington, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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VIDEO: Lake Stevens wrestling outlasts young Spartans

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