Lawyer: Double-murder suspect led a ‘quiet, unremarkable’ life

Attorneys outlined their cases in the groundbreaking trial of William Talbott II in Snohomish County.

72-year-old steam engine heading home to glory

Newell Corp. of Arlington spent more than a year reviving the locomotive for its return to Alaska.

Water cascades down the Lower Falls near the Woody Trail at Wallace Falls State Park near Gold Bar on Sept. 17, 2015. A nearly six mile round-trip to the park’s Upper Falls offers hikers an array of vistas on a well maintained trail. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Last chance to comment on changes for Wallace Falls

Updates for the state park could include an additional parking lot and a new approach to the falls.

Phil Johnson Ballfields in Everett to get $4.65M renovation

The improvements could help attract more youth baseball and softball tournaments, or even national events.

First of two big, new cranes is unloaded at Port of Everett

They are bigger than the existing duo nearby and can accommodate wider ships and heavier cargo.

New superintendent chosen to lead Lakewood schools

Scott Peacock has been asked to fill the position. He’s worked for Snohomish schools since 1993.

Comcast honors Snohomish County students

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

Gardener finds a ‘slice of serenity’ in his Martha Lake yard

Tom Astrof’s “happy place” is one of six gardens featured on the Mill Creek Garden Tour on June 22.

How a Snohomish product won a pro hockey title in Newfoundland

John Snowden took over mideason and led the Newfoundland Growlers to the ECHL championship.

Biggest state delegation ever is in Paris for air show

More than 80 from Washington are attending. State and local public officials say it’s worth the expense.

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

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)

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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.

 

Gallery: Glacier Peak High School’s class of 2019 graduates

Commencement was Monday, June 10, at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett.

 

 

Marketplace

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

 

Seven Things to Know Before You Go Mattress Shopping

We spend a third of our lives in bed, so it’s important to make the right choice

 

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Videos

Running wild: Healed from injuries, a bear roams free again

She suffered pelvic fractures in December. Wildlife officers released her in the Cascades this week.

 

State soccer: Marysville Pilchuck’s season ends in heartbreak

Violations in stoppage time sink the Tomahawks in a 2-1 opening-round loss to Kamiakin.

 

Man reportedly flashes gun outside Safeway, then gets shot

Mill Creek police say the confrontation may have begun as a complaint about driving.

 

Bob Ade, 84, kaleidoscope artist. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Bob the kaleidoscope master spins reality thousands of times

The Lynnwood artist, 84, is known worldwide for the scopes he makes at his home. Some go for $2,000.

 

Photography

Photos of the week

Herald photographers capture the people and places of Snohomish County

 

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 graduation CLass of 2019

Scenes from the Sequoia High graduation ceremony held in the Everett Civic Continue reading...

 

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.