Kari Bray

New road set for fast-growing area in Arlington

Arlington Valley Road will be another route for businesses along busy 67th Ave. to reach the highway.

Kamiak High students stopped keeping score — then they won

The school’s Knowledge Bowl team is best in state. How smart are you? Answer a few questions.

Step back in time on a tour of Camano Island’s historic sites

Activities begin at 6 p.m. Friday with history talks. Tours are Saturday and Sunday.

Bold plan: Create 25,000 jobs in Arlington-Marysville

The two cities hope to develop a 4,000-acre manufacturing center around and south of the airport.

Heather Sevier shows the proper way technique in her advanced sports medicine class Monday afternoon at Monroe High School in Monroe on March 26, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Monroe High School recognized for its work to keep athletes safe

The three-year sports medicine program offers in-class lessons, statewide competitions and more.

Heather Sevier shows the proper way technique in her advanced sports medicine class Monday afternoon at Monroe High School in Monroe on March 26, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Toys for Tots charity will need to adjust without Toys R Us

The supportive national retailer is closing for good as Toys for Tots plans to expand locally.

New state index grades schools’ success

Snohomish County’s alternative high schools and reentry programs are identified as needing high levels of support.

Planning started on new home for Lake Stevens police

The goal is to start construction early next year on a 18,000-square-foot police station.

Students here plan marches, rallies to protest gun violence

Saturday’s events are part of a national effort demanding action from U.S. lawmakers.

4 years later, grieving Oso families remember the mudslide

The ceremony was held near a cedar grove of 43 trees which represent the 43 people killed in 2014.

At Pacific Wellness and Lactation, Braylon Machado, 1, waits a moment for his mom and caregiver BreAnne Marcucci to check his weight on a pediatric scale. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

New moms get a little help from friends

Two childhood neighbors start a free support group for breastfeeding mothers.

At Pacific Wellness and Lactation, Braylon Machado, 1, waits a moment for his mom and caregiver BreAnne Marcucci to check his weight on a pediatric scale. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Deportation to Honduras delayed for Marysville mom of 3

Thanks to an online fundraising campaign, Bernarda Pineda was able to hire an immigration attorney.

In Sultan, walkout was a missed class, leading to detention

Students without parental permission were marked truant and had to attend an “accountability workshop.”

Free workshop helps farmers, businesses be energy efficient

Topics include grants and incentives to help pay for sustainable energy programs.

On cusp of adulthood, Arlington senior readies for ‘real’ world

Destiny Robinson of Arlington High School is aiming for a career in genetic counseling.

Families feel betrayed after wrongful death bill falls short

Rejection of proposed changes in the law angered and shocked parents who lost adult children.

Students here join thousands nationwide to protest shootings

Classes at high schools all over Snohomish County were disrupted for 17 minutes in remembrance. [VIDEO]

At national drug-abuse forum, students get loaded with ideas

Darrington kids learned about prevention and intervention in the midst of a national opioid epidemic.

Members of Stanwood’s Hi-Q team raise cups of sparkling cider to toast victory Monday just outside their school’s performing arts center where they defeated Monroe and Marysville Pilchuck in the regional Hi-Q championship. From lower left, clockwise, team members pictured are Caroline Dolan, 18, Henry Johnson, 17, Jeffrey Rahman, 16, Jack Softcheck, 18, Lucy Cunningham, 18, Hannah Grierson, 17, and Logan Ritterbush, 16. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Stanwood claims regional Hi-Q championship

“I am blown away by the brilliance on that stage,” the Stanwood coach says. (Plus, a bonus Hi-Q quiz.)

Members of Stanwood’s Hi-Q team raise cups of sparkling cider to toast victory Monday just outside their school’s performing arts center where they defeated Monroe and Marysville Pilchuck in the regional Hi-Q championship. From lower left, clockwise, team members pictured are Caroline Dolan, 18, Henry Johnson, 17, Jeffrey Rahman, 16, Jack Softcheck, 18, Lucy Cunningham, 18, Hannah Grierson, 17, and Logan Ritterbush, 16. (Dan Bates / The Herald)