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Alaska now selling tickets for Everett; Southwest bows out

Service could start Feb. 11. Alaska Airlines has acquired Southwest Airlines’ gate times.

 

Leadership awards recognize economic development efforts

Among those honored by Leadership Snohomish County was the founder of an Everett business incubator.

 

Locals, Funko CEO remember Marvel comics co-creator Stan Lee

Lee introduced characters such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk.

 

Study: A smarter workforce is needed to win Boeing 797

To remain an aerospace powerhouse, Washington needs to boost its investment in education.

What employers need to know about opioids in the workplace

A Snohomish Health District initiative is aimed at helping employers deal with the epidemic.

Hooked on hope, she chose behavioral therapy over law school

The new CEO of Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital plans to hire more staff and add services.

A new regional clinic aims to help diagnose rare disorders

A federal grant will fund a new regional clinic of the Undiagnosed Diseases Network in Seattle.

Election to decide who’s in power at the PUD; two seats open

Two of the three Snohomish County Public Utility District’s commissioner seats are on the ballot.

Everett airline service gets one last airing, pro and con

The FAA’s required hearing on the impact of commercial flights at Paine Field was held Monday night.

Help is wanted at Paine Field’s new passenger terminal

You can’t yet book a commercial flight from Everett, but you can apply for a job there.

Community Foundation of Snohomish County seeks new leader

Maddy Metzger, CEO, plans to retire next year.

One of nearly a dozen steamroller operators reverses down down the runway at Paine Field while workers check compaction of the new asphalt on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Workers spent the week milling and repaving a swath of the nearly two-mile runway that was 65 feet wide and 8,000 feet long. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Main runway at Paine Field gets a paving do-over

The airport reopened to jet traffic Monday after a week-long closure to repair an earlier repair.

One of nearly a dozen steamroller operators reverses down down the runway at Paine Field while workers check compaction of the new asphalt on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Workers spent the week milling and repaving a swath of the nearly two-mile runway that was 65 feet wide and 8,000 feet long. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Snohomish County PUD commission confirms new pick for CEO

John Haarlow, who has been assistant general manager, will take the reins on Monday.

Did you invent a better mousetrap? This nonprofit can help

TheLab@everett, an innovation center for entrepreneurs and startups, will open its doors next month.

This product could save lives — if they can bring it to market

An Everett firefighter and his partner had a refined invention but needed business help — and a patent.

50 years ago, they rolled it out: the first Boeing 747

On Sept. 30, 1968, there were audible gasps as the world’s first jumbo jet was revealed at Paine Field.

New FAA report could clear the way for 2019 airline service

A revised environmental assessment found no new significant issues arising from Paine Field flights.

Meet the PUD’s ‘Candidate D’: He’ll get the $390,244 top job

John Haarlow, the assistant general manager of the utility, was chosen to be the new chief executive.

Everett Community College President Dr. David Beyer on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 in Everett, Wa. The Henry "Scoop" Jackson winner is Everett Community College president David Beyer as named by the EASC. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett Community College’s president retiring after 13 years

After 13 years at the helm, David Beyer plans to retire next June.

Everett Community College President Dr. David Beyer on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 in Everett, Wa. The Henry "Scoop" Jackson winner is Everett Community College president David Beyer as named by the EASC. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

PUD board candidates question ‘secrecy’ in CEO hiring process

The board, with two seats up for grabs, defends its plan to hire a CEO before the November election.