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Letter from the editor: Good-bye and many thanks
Over 40 years, journalism has shown Eric Stevick how much people care about family, community and mankind.
Parolee accused of raping stranger on way to work in Everett
Bail set at $250,000 for James Spitzer, who served time for a shootout with a Nevada sheriff’s sergeant in 2011.
New frigates could bring other improvements to Everett base
Local leaders say the Navy’s decision to locate 12 frigates in Everett bodes well for the base’s future.
Navy picks Everett as homeport for new class of frigates
The first 12 Constellation-class ships will be based here. The first is under construction.
Arsonist who killed a firefighter in 1987 gets 10 years
Gary Parks died in the inferno at Everett Community College. Elmer Nash, now 47, was 12 when he lit the match.
Arsonist skips sentencing for 1987 Everett firefighter death
A judge issued a warrant Friday for Elmer Nash, who admitted to setting the EvCC fire that killed Gary Parks.
Prison for Edmonds man who threw Molotov cocktails
A judge sentenced Kelly Jackson, 21, to more than three years for his actions at a Seattle protest last year.
Man dead, another arrested after shooting on bus in Everett
Police said the passenger, 33, of Snohomish, was in an altercation with the suspect, 22, of Lake Stevens.
Six presidents have visited Snohomish County over the years
And some presidents-to-be also dropped by.
Big losses in a small school district: 3 teachers remembered
Ron Thorvilson, Dan Hutchinson and Dick Cardinal, who all recently died, were fixtures in Lakewood schools.
Once on a ventilator, she’s testament to life after COVID
Peggy Jahn spent six weeks in the hospital. These days, she’s climbing a ladder to paint the bedroom.
‘Stop this now’: Congressional delegation takes cover in D.C.
Members from Washington tweeted from inside the Capitol after pro-Trump demonstrators invaded.
Congressman Rick Larsen tests positive for COVID-19
The 2nd District Democrat said he isn’t experiencing any symptoms and is in quarantine.
COVID isn’t stopping drive to expand Providence autism center
The need is great and fundraising continues, even without the annual Festival of Trees this year.
They made the Electoral College real to hundreds of students
Cascade High School teachers wanted students to see first-hand America’s system of choosing the president.
EvCC mourns the loss of a strong-willed instructor
Cynthia Clarke taught anthropology while raising money for student programs and scholarships.
Snohomish insurance agent accused of stealing $750k
She pleaded not guilty in federal court Friday and faces a January trial date.
Bail set at $1 million in homicide outside Tulalip casino
The Spanaway man is accused of assaulting his girlfriend, who had a medical condition.
Ballot drop box in Mill Creek hit by truck
The box was damaged Friday. Ballots inside will be counted. Officials gave other dropoff options.
Court: New trial in case of man who told police ‘Can’t breathe’
Cecil Lacy Jr. of Tulalip died in 2015 while in police custody.