Eric Stevick

Hiding in plain sight: Burned Everett building had rich past

It was a hotel, boarding house, fraternal lodge, church, dance studio and office furniture store.

500 tires go up in flames at a store south of Everett

There were no injuries. And it was nowhere near as bad as that months-long tire fire in 1984.

A homecoming king abdicates to a gentle, cheerful classmate

Jordan Davis-Miller passed Mariner High’s crown to Koby Inthavong, who “doesn’t have the easiest life.”

Arlington School District may float $107.5M bond in 2018

A new Port Middle School is among the projects on the district’s wish list.

Hungry yellow jackets are on the lookout for food

Many plants have stopped blooming, causing other insects they dine on to die off.

Marysville is ready to move on big plans for its waterfront

Ebey Waterfront Park could be home to a boardwalk, amphitheater and waterfront events venue.

Mountlake Terrace woman helping hurricane victims recover

Jamie Gravelle says one the hardest parts of providing aid in stricken areas is just getting around.

Churches stepping into disaster response leadership roles

Training event at church aims to prepare you in case of a major emergency.

EvCC teachers take their contract concerns to the board

Their union says negotiations have been disappointingly slow. The community college isn’t commenting.

Local volunteers join relief efforts on other sides of country

15 American Red Cross volunteers from Snohomish County traveled to either Houston or Florida

Something was a little wacky about leis handed out at school

They resembled marijuana to at least one parent of a student at Marysville Pilchuck High.

When Labor Day celebrated working people’s hard-won gains

To get more context behind the meaning of Labor Day is to go back 100 years. It is to peruse Everett Herald, Everett… Continue reading

Arlington teachers may strike; others set to start on time

It has become a rite of August. Bargaining for teacher contracts often leads up to and sometimes spills over into the beginning of… Continue reading

Snohomish County, region Red Cross ready for Harvey recovery

Local American Red Cross relief efforts began before Tropical Storm Harvey slammed into Texas late last week, with one Snohomish County volunteer landing… Continue reading

Wayne Williams, 89: Steward of Tulalip culture and history

The boy, who’d just turned 3, appears uneasy, perhaps bewildered, by the hubbub around him. A black-and-white photograph captures the moment. It was… Continue reading

New WSU Everett cuts the ribbon Tuesday

Hundreds of people are expected to visit the new Washington State University Everett building Tuesday during an open house. The event begins at… Continue reading

Never mind his life sentence: Here’s what her family thinks

The life sentence was a formality. It’s what the state’s Three Strikes law for persistent offenders required. What Thursday’s court proceeding provided was… Continue reading

Smokey haze seems endless, but relief should be on the way

The brownish-white haze has smothered the region for more than a week, blotting from view mountains, waterfront and entire cities. The other day,… Continue reading

That’s leadership: Mariner senior to be on School Board in fall

Dennis Mach finished his junior year at Mariner High School in June. Next year he will be a student representative on the Mukilteo… Continue reading

3 seeking Position 2 spot on Everett City Council

The Aug. 1 primary ballot for Position 2 on the Everett City Council includes an incumbent with a background in architecture and crunching… Continue reading