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Sentencing delayed in case of man who froze to death

The Everett man pleaded guilty to robbery and agreed to testify against pair charged with murder.

 

New school’s uniform requirement creates storm with parents

Tambark Elementary’s policy has some up in arms at the Everett School District’s newest campus.

 

Demolition moving fast on historic Judd & Black building

Built in 1892, the building burned last year in an unsolved arson. Now its walls are coming down for good.

 

Third group of Providence workers pickets for a new contract

Technicians and professionals are seeking wage increases and want to keep their sick leave benefits.

County considers asking voters if fireworks should be banned

The Snohomish County Council could use the non-binding results to shape future decisions.

Monument marks 85 years of service to County by Sievers men

The Sievers Plaza honors father and son, Verne and Kirke, who were elected 21 times between them.

Accomplice in Jack in the Box homicide pleads guilty

Kodi Anderson accepted the consequences for his role in an incident that left Raul Cuadros, 19, dead.

County requesting plans to reimagine Kayak Point Golf Course

The course, which has been closed since October, has watched revenue decline since 1994.

For these new school leaders, their teacher was a student

This is the fifth year incoming Everett school administrators have learned the ropes on a yellow bus.

UW Bothell’s oldest grad, 68: ‘I loved every minute of it’

A half century after high school, Linda Ellis survived statistics and earned the respect of classmates.

South County Fire makes another pitch to ban fireworks

The fire district took its request to the Snohomish County Council. No action was taken.

Mountain biking, disc golf mark seasons shift at Stevens

Widely known for its winter wonderland, summer at Stevens Pass offers other opportunities.

Snow way around it: School year was extended into summer

Even districts that sought weather waivers from the state had to add days to the calendar.

Everett High School’s Amina Hussein admits her freshman year was “overwhelming,” but since then she’s learned to connect with people. “I just enjoy being here, the teachers are amazing, the principals talk to me every single day, they’re really inclusive.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett student empowered by her Kenyan culture

Amina Hussein’s Kenyan heritage and Muslim faith motivate her to positions of leadership.

Everett High School’s Amina Hussein admits her freshman year was “overwhelming,” but since then she’s learned to connect with people. “I just enjoy being here, the teachers are amazing, the principals talk to me every single day, they’re really inclusive.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Assessed values of affordable homes here continue to rise

Annual assessments sent Friday show Snohomish County properties continue to rise in value, on average 8.6%.

After greeting Dave Somers and his assistant, Alessandra Durham (back left) Egyptian ambassador Lamia Mekhemar, followed by Dr. Amira El-Bastawissi, spots another person of interest on the way back to her seat at the Lynnwood Convention Center Friday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Unity and community were the themes at an Egyptian VIP lunch

At Friday’s event, ambassador Lamia Mekhemar and County Executive Dave Somers urged working together.

After greeting Dave Somers and his assistant, Alessandra Durham (back left) Egyptian ambassador Lamia Mekhemar, followed by Dr. Amira El-Bastawissi, spots another person of interest on the way back to her seat at the Lynnwood Convention Center Friday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Edmonds ‘back to square one’ after killing emergency connector

The city council voted 4-3 Tuesday evening to end the estimated $27.5 million project.

72-year-old steam engine heading home to glory

Newell Corp. of Arlington spent more than a year reviving the locomotive for its return to Alaska.

New Sno-Isle class prepares students to translate for others

A year in, the interpretation and translation course is seeing promising results for bilingual students.

At Stevens Pass, summer work promises uplifting ski season

Two new chairlifts are part of a $35 million investment into four mountains including Stevens.