Dan Catchpole

Flying Heritage Museum assembles online archive of interviews

A pilot low on fuel, desperately searching for an airfield.… Continue reading

Boeing’s need for parts is a boon for nearby machine shops

Throw a brick in Snohomish County, and you might hit a machine shop. Well, not really, but the area has a depth of… Continue reading

Mukilteo firm wants to power the switch to renewable energy

In an unassuming building in Mukilteo, a building whose biggest former tenant rented tents, chairs and tableware for weddings and other events, a… Continue reading

First 787-10 headed to final assembly line in South Carolina

The Boeing Co. is about to start assembling the biggest version of its Dreamliner, the 787-10. Two fuselage sections were moved… Continue reading

WTO: State tax breaks for Boeing are prohibited; now what?

The World Trade Organization ruled Monday that the Boeing Co. received illegal subsidies from Washington to put 777X assembly here and called for… Continue reading

Museum’s Boeing birthday greeting could become a world record

The Institute of Flight is trying to make a record-breaking birthday card for the Boeing Co., which turned 100 earlier this year. Thousands… Continue reading

Port of Everett takes a ‘big beating’ with cargo decline

Lower oil prices, a weaker Chinese economy and trade sanctions with Russia are contributing to less cargo passing through the Port of Everett… Continue reading

PUD offers help, tips on lowering winter heating bills

As temperatures drop heading into winter, heating bills go up — sometimes by twice as much as in the summer. Snohomish County Public… Continue reading

As Conner retires, Boeing to expand aftermarket services

Facing the prospect of flattish aircraft sales in the next few years, the Boeing Co. on Monday doubled down on its push to… Continue reading

Pack your patience, make preparations for holiday travel

It’s here: The holiday travel season officially starts this week. Airports, roads, trains and ferries will be as busy or busier than last year. With… Continue reading

Boeing grant supports internships for low-income students

Everett Community College students studying how to operate and maintain increasingly automated and robotic factories could soon get workplace experience before graduating. College… Continue reading

Boeing 2016 plane orders lag estimates

The Boeing Co. is running out of time to hit its goal of getting roughly one new order for every airplane it delivers… Continue reading

Snohomish County expected to grow 25 percent by 2035

North Snohomish County’s crowded roads could get even more congested in the coming years as the area attracts new jobs and people. Areas… Continue reading

Labor activists gather to remember the Everett Massacre

They came to Everett to finish what hundreds of fellow workers set out to do 100 years ago. Dozens of labor activists gathered… Continue reading

Boeing cutting contract engineers on 777X development

The Boeing Co. has cut back the number of contract engineers working on 777X design and development. The cuts appear to be limited… Continue reading

Police recover vehicle allegedly stolen during carjacking

Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies checking on an abandoned house near south Everett on Saturday found a suspect from an alleged carjacking and the… Continue reading

Mukilteo ferry services resume after electrical problem

Services at the Mukilteo ferry terminal resumed at noon after an accident Saturday morning. “Maintenance crews at the Mukilteo terminal have completed the… Continue reading

Work starts on massive Port of Everett redevelopment plan

Construction has started on the Port of Everett’s ambitious plan to turn part of the city’s waterfront into a mix of housing, shops… Continue reading

Allegiant Air’s aircraft more likely to break down in flight

Allegiant Air’s aircraft were four times more likely to break down in flight, requiring an unexpected landing, than other U.S.-based airlines, according to analysis of… Continue reading

Everett’s B/E Aerospace unaffected by sale to Rockwell Collins

Eliminating redundancies. Trimming headcount. Layoffs. Call them what you want, pink slips often follow corporate mergers and acquisitions. That won’t be the case… Continue reading