Eric Stevick

Where in the county is the Census form filled out first?

Snohomish County has one of the state’s highest return rates. Census takers will look for stragglers.

 

From patrol to chief, Jim Nelson worked his way to the top

Lynnwood’s new police chief knows the department and community well after 28 years on the force.

 

ICE directive for foreign students worries local colleges

A Covid conundrum affecting student visas would be felt at Edmonds College and EvCC.

 

Ferry reportedly hits, possibly kills humpback near Mukilteo

The crew was unaware of a collision. Washington State Ferries and NOAA are reviewing photos and videos.

Gail Larson, former Providence CEO, helped the hospital grow

After she retired, she continued to work behind the scenes to improve the hospital she once ran.

In Arlington, the masks are in the mail

The city is sending two to every household to try to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

25 years later, they still hope to find their daughter’s body

For her parents, detectives and prosecutors, it’s less a whodunit than a question: Where’s Tracey Brazzel?

Fraudsters using local identities for phony jobless claims

The Everett School District, for example, saw about 310 false claims using employees’ personal information.

Use of force investigated after man taken into custody

A team of Snohomish County detectives will determine if the injuries occurred before or during a police encounter.

42 days in hospital, 25 on ventilator, and now home at last

Peggy Jahn was one the county’s early COVID-19 cases. The Marysville woman overcame steep odds.

As parents worry, schools grapple with if and when to close

The number of coronavirus cases is on the rise, but there is money earmarked to fight it.

Mukilteo was among few districts statewide to pass bonds

Twenty-one districts statewide had construction measues on the ballot; just eight measures passed.

Lakewood, Darrington mull April school levy proposals

State law allows two tries to pass levies during the calendar year. They will ask voters again.

Another family tragedy: DUI suspected in fatal Everett crash

Tony Rubio lost his son in 2004 to a drunken driver. Now his family fears he died the same way.

Wild night out leads to 6-month suspension for ex-prosecutor

Chris Dickinson’s troubles began with a night of heavy drinking during a state attorney’s conference.

Lynnwood teen’s family: ‘We are going to miss him so much’

Deondre Whitaker, 14, died after being hit by a truck while crossing Highway 99 on Friday night.

Before she was a clown and a witch, she was a Marine

Jean Hunt visited classrooms, marched in parades and helped with fundraisers, but never took a cent.

Snoqualmie Tribe treasurer Chris Castleberry places a Native Veteran medallion on Joseph Harriman’s headstone on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 in Monroe, Wash. The World War II veteran died in 1950. His grave site went unmarked for 70 years.(Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Finding Pvt. Harriman: For 70 years, his grave was unmarked

A World War II veteran from Monroe was remembered Saturday, and his resting place now has a marker.

Snoqualmie Tribe treasurer Chris Castleberry places a Native Veteran medallion on Joseph Harriman’s headstone on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020 in Monroe, Wash. The World War II veteran died in 1950. His grave site went unmarked for 70 years.(Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

New charges filed against former girls basketball coach

He’s been in prison since 2004 and has a possible early release date of December 2020.

Point Wells development proposal, once rejected, rises again

A real estate group has resubmitted permits for the project. There’s no timeline yet for a decision.