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Questions about Everett schools’ $330 million bond vote?

Officials will field questions Tuesday about the bond, which would pay for a fourth high school.

Principal Dave Peters holds the door for students exiting first lunch Monday morning at Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek on January 22, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

The ups and downs of school enrollment

Some districts are adding students at a furious pace while others may have leveled off.

Principal Dave Peters holds the door for students exiting first lunch Monday morning at Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek on January 22, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Serving those who served

Ministry connects veterans, active duty military and their families to resources and to one another.

On Camano Island and in Stanwood, everyone has a story

A librarian is recording oral histories about the area, to be posted online.

Help plan the future of historic mining town Monte Cristo

The Forest Service wants input about the popular hiking destination off the Mountain Loop Highway.

Food stuffs for a local chapter of A Simple Gesture at Fitness Evolution, the communal pick-up point, in Arlington on Jan. 12. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

There’s an easier way to donate to food banks

Grab a green bag, fill it gradually with grocery items — and someone will pick it up from your home.

Food stuffs for a local chapter of A Simple Gesture at Fitness Evolution, the communal pick-up point, in Arlington on Jan. 12. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

With an immigrant’s help, kids reach out to Filipino children

Marysville students drew and sent portraits. Thanks to a video, they got to see the reaction.

Their grown children died, but state law won’t let them sue

Families are seeking a change in the state’s limiting wrongful-death law.

Shock from WSU suicide ripples through Snohomish County

Roughly 1 in 10 seniors, sophomores and 8th-graders said they had attempted to take their own lives.

Darrington School Board dealing with upheavals

The crux of the controversy seems to be the superintendent’s job.

Philanthropist Floyd Jones dies at 90

Among the couple’s gifts was $10 million toward the construction of the Stanwood-Camano YMCA.

Cavelero students are top in state for Microsoft testing

These tests are industry standards that are expected of adults in workplaces around the country.

Upgrades planned for newly acquired park in Lake Stevens

The city will spend $180,000 on improvements to the former privately held Frontier Heights Park.

Jackson Eyman, 7, browses a shelf during the grand opening of the new Lakewood/Smokey Point Library Saturday morning in Arlington on January 6, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Former vacant Smokey Point space celebrated as new library

For a 7-year-old with a stack of books balanced precariously in his arms, the reason to visit a brand-new library was a… Continue reading

Jackson Eyman, 7, browses a shelf during the grand opening of the new Lakewood/Smokey Point Library Saturday morning in Arlington on January 6, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

EvCC course: Traumatic history and present-day relationships

A federal grant has launched a conversation about how history helps and hinders the way we relate.

Blisters, rashes, illness: Suit blames chemicals at school

Families are suing Monsanto and the Monroe School District, among others, over years of sickness.

Sno-Isle library to open in Smokey Point, in leased space

It’s a chance to assess what the area needs, and it kicks off planning for a possible permanent home.

Sultan has a mayor but now needs to fill City Council seat

John Seehuus was appointed mayor, replacing Carolyn Eslick, who was named to the state House.

Where will the next Produce Place be? Joe Freed’s looking

His popular market, with local goods and reasonable prices, is closing until he can find a new location.

Voters again will consider a Lake Stevens library bond

Last time, there was 66 percent support, but turnout was not sufficient to approve the measure.