Herald Staff

Bike commuter honored by transit agency

For 20 years, Bob Stiles of Edmonds has commuted by bike or bus to his job in Seattle, as well as to get around for… Continue reading

Cedarcrest boys soccer ends Archbishop Muphy’s 50-game streak

The Archbishop Murphy boys soccer team’s streak of 50 consecutive Cascade Conference wins ended Thursday with a 1-0 loss to Cedarcrest. It was the Wildcats’… Continue reading

Clubs & Interests: Out & About, Community Dances

OUT & ABOUT Boating, Everett: Everett Sail and Power Squadron has monthly potluck meetings at 6:30 p.m. first Tuesdays (except July and August) at Firefighters… Continue reading

Front Porch

EVENTS Earth Week at EvCC Everett Community College celebrates Earth Week this week with a variety of events that are open to the public. On… Continue reading

Front Porch

EVENTS Learn about homelessness Everett Faith in Action, a group of local pastors, plans two upcoming events on homelessness at 7 p.m. April 19 and… Continue reading

Health Champions feted

As part of its 2017 Health Champions program, the Snohomish County Board of Health on April 10 gave out 11 awards to people and organizations… Continue reading

In Uniform

A collection of news and events about and for active duty military and veterans.

Job well done for Brier officer

Brier Police officer Garry Tilleson was recognized March 27 by Brier City Council for his proactive policing work. Tilleson was noted for his work on… Continue reading

Local girls shine at Pasco Invitational

Lakewood senior Paige Shimkus was one of three local girls to win events Saturday at the Pasco Invitational, one of the largest prep track and… Continue reading

Lowell-Larimer Road to close for two weeks

Projects include repairing a drain line, installing catch basins and other work.

Meadowdale senior comes up clutch with first home run

Tommy Dimmock sure picked a good time for his first varsity home run. With two out in the bottom of the seventh inning, the Meadowdale… Continue reading

On your mark, get set … get dirty

It’s a 5k obstacle course filled with fun and mud.

Teacher honored by U.S. Army Command

Diana Ellerman, a social studies teacher at Cedarcrest Middle School, was recently honored by the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Joint Base… Continue reading

They neglected to buy life insurance, then the unthinkable happened

Adapted from a recent online discussion. Dear Carolyn: My late husband died when our son was 18 months. We always had the basics, I made… Continue reading

Herald photos of the week

The latest collection of top images by Herald photographers.

Female body found near south Everett apartment complex

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes detectives are investigating the scene.

Arlington recognizes volunteer

The Arlington Mayor’s Volunteer Award was presented recently to Dr. Devin Brossard, president of the Arlington Runners’ Club. The club holds charitable races that generate… Continue reading

Arlington teens reach out to Japanese

The Arlington School District hosted 19 Japanese teenagers for 10 days. The Japanese students stayed with host families, spent a day at Haller Middle School,… Continue reading

Kiwanis name Citizen of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently named Dennis Walters its Citizen of the Quarter. Walters is a Scout master of Boy Scouts Troop 91 and… Continue reading

March, recycle and clean up for environmental change

Celebrate Earth Day by taking part in environmentally-friendly events around Snohomish County.