Horse therapy camp for Tulalip foster kids offers healing

The weekend not only helped kids, it forged bonds between the Christian camp and tribal leaders.

Trying again. Everett schools eye a $317M bond in 2020

It contains no money for a high school but would replace three of the district’s oldest elementaries.

What happens if the Mukilteo Council is running things?

A Monday work session will examine its role if voters remake Mukilteo’s form of government.

People load timber rounds that were illegally felled off the Mountain Loop Highway on state land east of Granite Falls. The firewood was delivered to area food banks. (Washington State Department of Natural Resources)

Hung jury can’t decide if Everett man poached public timber

The man, 31, testified he thought a Discover Pass gave him the right to harvest firewood on forest land.

Too few dollars spent to repair roads, bridges and ferries

Lawmakers told that lack of maintenance funds has transportation system ‘in a glide path to failure.’

Everett ‘die-in’ was part of worldwide climate change protests

Roughly 200 demonstrators feigned death for 11 minutes near the Snohomish County courthouse.

Everett’s LaVerne Bunney, who celebrated her 110th birthday with her big family in April, died Sept. 16. “What a good example she was,” her daughter said. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

In her 110 years, LaVerne Bunney ‘had an incredible life’

Born in North Dakota in 1909, Everett woman celebrated in April with generations of family members.

Whidbey Island Grown Week is a celebration of season’s bounty

This year’s event is Sept. 27 to Oct. 6 and features farm tours, special menus and harvest festivals.

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Angel Martinez spent 5 months traversing the world with the U-15 U.S. boys national soccer team.



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Dual diagnosis program helped Washington woman build a lasting sobriety


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Arlington rolls to 10th straight Stilly Cup win over Stanwood

The Eagles score on offense, defense and special teams in a 44-10 rout of the Spartans.


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Torn to bits and hauled away, the Midas soon will be gone

The once-proud commercial fishing boat became a Snohomish River eyesore that is costing $400,000 to remove.


Raising the Midas: imagine stepping in deep mud wearing a shoe

On “Herald Headlines,” meet the fearless crew who followed the tale of the castaway boat.



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Gallery: Seattle Storm survive elimination WNBA playoff game

The Seattle Storm beat Minnesota 84-74, in their first playoff game at Angel of the Winds Arena.