Eric Stevick

Schools must balance lunch debt response with student needs

Schools across Snohomish County let students without money eat now and pay later, yet the debt varies greatly from district to district. More… Continue reading

Police: Man held in Everett woman’s murder has credible alibi

A Marysville man booked for investigation of murder earlier this week has been released from the Snohomish County Jail after detectives confirmed the… Continue reading

Marysville pair arrested in stabbing death of Everett woman

UPDATE: Carl Bustard, the Marysville man held in this case, was released Thursday night after Snohomish County sheriff’s detectives confirmed his alibi. Full story here… Continue reading

Driver seriously injured in crash between garbage, box trucks

Traffic on Highway 9 was backed up for hours Friday afternoon after a crash between a box truck and garbage truck in south… Continue reading

Vandals break into, damage one of Everett’s oldest churches

The act was as malicious as it was heartbreaking. In the dark of night, either late May 23 or early the 24th, someone… Continue reading

You get 50 minutes to do this Excel test, and he did it in 3

It was mid-September, a little more than a week into the school year, when computer applications teacher Karen Coulombe had her ninth… Continue reading

Man rams police car: ‘I have wanted to do that my entire life’

A Maltby-area man allegedly told a deputy he’d always wanted to ram a police car. And that, according to court papers, is what… Continue reading

Snohomish composer, 14, finds inspiration all around him

As a toddler, he’d strum his knuckles on the edge of a table, a cast iron radiator or whatever else he could find,… Continue reading

Everett’s fire chief leaving for another post after 4 months

It wasn’t a long tenure. Everett Fire Chief Eric Hicks has notified city leaders that he has accepted a position as chief of… Continue reading

Lynnwood principal to swap roles with promising assistant

Dave Golden wasn’t quite ready to retire, but he didn’t want to lose a promising young assistant principal to another school. And that… Continue reading

Determined teacher helps keep students on Path to success

Editor’s note: Teacher Jan Link has a mantra: Anyone can make it, given the right help after the school day ends. After this story, read… Continue reading

Bring all your skills to the Startup Gym painting work party

Eighty years later, a local landmark built by volunteers is regaining relevance — thanks to a new generation of volunteers. A work party… Continue reading

Taylor Murgallis: From slacker to honor roll

Main story: Determined teacher helps keeps students on Path to success Teacher Jan Link has a mantra: Anyone can make it, given the right help… Continue reading

Everett shooting may be linked to 2-year-old grudge

A two-year-old drug beef might have led to a Tuesday shooting that sent one man to the hospital and another to jail. The… Continue reading

Historic preservation agency whittles list of projects for funding

More than a dozen projects aimed at preserving local history are getting a boost. The county’s Historic Preservation Commission reviewed a stack of… Continue reading

Boy, 16, critical after stabbing in Lynnwood

A teenager was listed in critical condition at a Seattle hospital after a Monday night stabbing in Lynnwood but he is expected to… Continue reading

Public meetings begin on Everett schools enrollment bump

Enrollment growth now and down the road has Everett School District leaders looking for answers to a tricky and pricey problem. Where, they… Continue reading

Police investigate vandalism in and around Edmonds

Police and Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a series of vandalism complaints in and around Edmonds after someone spray painted swastikas on… Continue reading

EdCC president to retire at end of the year

Edmonds Community College President Jean Hernandez well remembers her first graduation ceremony on the campus she has led for more than six years.… Continue reading

Work to begin soon on big indoor sports arena in Mill Creek

Two projects aimed at bolstering recreational opportunities in and around Mill Creek are moving forward. One is a private venture that could… Continue reading