Sharon Salyer

Expo in Stanwood can help you get ready for the country

The Country Living Expo and Cattlemen’s Winterschool is set for Jan. 27 at the high school.

Number of flu-related deaths in county continues to grow

Statewide, 86 people have died from the flu, most of whom were 65 or older.

International guitar tour led by Lulo Reinhardt stops in Edmonds

International Guitar Night, now in its 18th year, is Jan. 24 at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.

New Everett clinic to ease long wait times for appointments

The Community Health Center on Rucker will provide care for low-income and uninsured patients.

3 more people die from flu-related complications

It’s more than any other county in the state for the second week, but hospitalizations are down.

Red Twig is a red-hot place for breakfast in Edmonds

The cafe and bakery’s offerings go well beyond standard bacon-and-eggs fare.

Next on the schedule for Edmonds stadium: demolition

The facility built in 1937 will be removed to make way for a new city park.

Three more flu-related fatalities reported in county

The number of flu deaths has risen to eight, the highest of any county in the state.

Flu outbreak in Snohomish County kills five; 50 hospitalized

One school has reported more than 10 percent absenteeism rates due to influenza-like symptoms.

A Mukilteo woman wanted to help, and her love was contagious

Shana Swift wondered: How many are at a tipping point but don’t formally qualify for assistance?

City Council in Mukilteo cuts policy analyst position

Budget concerns are cited in the decision to eliminate the job held by state Sen. Marko Liias.

Fernando Feliciano is one the organizers of Northshore Christian Church’s missionary trip to the Philippines planned for late January. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Northshore church members will travel to the Philippines

They will be meeting with leaders and members of 37 churches and participate in workshops.

Fernando Feliciano is one the organizers of Northshore Christian Church’s missionary trip to the Philippines planned for late January. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Judge denies mom’s request for transportation for her son

She wanted the Mukilteo district to bus him to school from a child care center.

EdCC fast-tracks training for addiction counseling

The opioid crisis created a need to quickly accredit already-licensed health professionals.

Under new ownership, Everett Clinic leadership will change

Dr. Aric Coffman is scheduled to become chief executive, taking over after Rick Cooper retires.

Elisabeth Strom and husband Steve Strom of Marysville kiss their son, Hugo, who was born on the way to the hospital Dec. 2, at 30 weeks. He weighed 3 pounds, 11.6 ounces. Hugo is in neonatal intensive care for several more weeks. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Hugo’s home away from home is in neonatal intensive care

A Marysville couple’s son was born 10 weeks early. It was a hard first week for the infant.

Elisabeth Strom and husband Steve Strom of Marysville kiss their son, Hugo, who was born on the way to the hospital Dec. 2, at 30 weeks. He weighed 3 pounds, 11.6 ounces. Hugo is in neonatal intensive care for several more weeks. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Cheering families welcome Kidd, Shoup after 6 months at sea

“I get back Daddy back today,” said one homemade sign at Naval Station Everett.

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital accepting adolescent patients

The facility is the first mental heallth unit in the county to offer in-patient services for children.

3-day strike by Providence hospice workers is over

But contract negotiations continue. The union says it’s losing staff to places that offer higher pay.

Edmonds’ Civic Field park project gets million-dollar boost

The Hazel Miller Foundation has pledged $1.5 million for the project, which could total $12 million.