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Mukilteo police seeking info about armed robbery suspect

The alleged suspect was described as a black man in his 20s and about 6-feet tall.

The Herald’s 2020 All-Area girls basketball teams

A look at the top high school girls basketball players in the area this past season.

WIAA: 2A/1A hoops tourney spectator tests positive for COVID-19

The fan was only in attendance on Saturday, March 7, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. according to a press release.

After chase, deputies use stun gun on stolen vehicle suspect

The pursuit started south of Everett, wound through parking lots and ended with an arrest.

What’s open? Not much. What’s closed? A lot

Bars, restaurants, movie theaters and tattoo parlors among the places that must close for two weeks.

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HEADS UP Edmonds hearings At Edmonds Municipal Court, all hearings except for in-custody jail hearings are continued until further notice. The front counter is closed… Continue reading

Restaurant and food truck roll call in Snohomish County

RECENTLY REVIEWED Here are the 10 most recent dining reviews by Daily Herald staff. Seoul Hotdog: 18415 33rd Ave. W., Suite F, Lynnwood; 425-582-0894. Pho… Continue reading

The 2019-20 All-Wesco girls basketball teams

The 2019-20 All-Wesco girls basketball teams: WESCO 4A Coach of the Year: Brian Hill, Glacier Peak First Team Raigan Reed, sr., Lake Stevens Aaliyah Collins,… Continue reading

2019-20 All-Wesco boys wrestling teams

The 2019-20 All-Wesco boys wrestling teams: WESCO 4A First Team 106: Ryan Wilson, fr., Mount Vernon 113: Aiden Eberlein, jr., Lake Stevens 120: Tyler Fouts,… Continue reading

2019-20 All-Wesco boys swim and dive teams

The 2019-20 All-Wesco boys swim and dive teams: WESCO 4A First Team 200 medley relay: Jackson (Braden Thompson, soph.; Justin Limberg, sr.; Alex Georgiev, soph.;… Continue reading

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HEADS UP Carnegie Center to reopen The Carnegie Resource Center in Everett was slated to reopen Monday. The center had been closed for cleaning after… Continue reading

Snohomish grad trains fellow Seabees

By Rick Burke Navy Office of Community Outreach Petty Officer 1st Class Henry Pugh III, a native of Snohomish, builds and fights around the world… Continue reading

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Mill Creek student advances

Suspects arrested for Edmonds 7-Eleven clerk murder

The two people were taken into custody in Enumclaw and later booked into Snohomish County Jail.

A photographer’s love letter to Camano Island’s vanishing barns

Gerald Magelssen’s book “Barns of Camano Island” captures the island’s agricultural roots.

Author events and poetry redings around Snohomish County

Melissa Anne Peterson: Noon March 21, Edmonds Bookshop, 111 Fifth Ave. S., Edmonds. Set against the backdrop of a decaying Pacific Northwest lumber town, “Vera… Continue reading

Ian Terry / The Herald Skunk cabbage, also known as a swamp lantern, emerges from the wetlands of the Northwest Stream Center in Everett on Wednesday, March 7. The Adopt A Stream Foundation will be presenting their annual Swamp Lantern Festival from March 15 through April 21 to give visitors a chance to see the plants in full bloom. Photo taken on 03072018

Outdoors classes and activities around Snohomish County

Free park-ing: The next day to visit Washington state parks in 2020 without an entrance fee is March 19 (the state park system’s 107th birthday).… Continue reading

Ian Terry / The Herald Skunk cabbage, also known as a swamp lantern, emerges from the wetlands of the Northwest Stream Center in Everett on Wednesday, March 7. The Adopt A Stream Foundation will be presenting their annual Swamp Lantern Festival from March 15 through April 21 to give visitors a chance to see the plants in full bloom. Photo taken on 03072018
Jackson’s Jaylen Searles dunks during the game at Mariner High School on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 in Everett, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald).

The Herald’s 2020 All-Area boys basketball teams

A look at the top high school boys basketball players in the area this past season.

Jackson’s Jaylen Searles dunks during the game at Mariner High School on Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 in Everett, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald).

No serious injuries after fire at Edmonds restaurant

The two-alarm blaze caused more than $400,000 damage at the Firedale Village business.

Looking back: Johnny comes marching home

An Everett crowd of 15,000 celebrated the return of WWI soldiers.