Stephanie Davey

‘It’s beyond offering a class, it’s healing what was stolen’

Lushootseed is now taught at Marysville Pilchuck. It joins two other schools in the district.


Former pastor pleads guilty in theft of Oso slide donations

Gary J. Ray admitted he took at least $10,000 intended for families affected by the 2014 disaster.


Study to pave Mountain Loop heads to county, forest service

The two agencies now get to decide on the options and how to move forward with funding.


Lake Stevens City Council to discuss Costco later this month

The wholesaler has applied for a development agreement. The council meeting is set for Nov. 26.

Voters favor a firework ban, early election results say

Changes won’t be made yet, but the outcome may direct the county council’s discussions on the topic.

Endorsement of non-candidate doesn’t affect school board race

The backing of Keith Pappas, who dropped out, created rancor in the Stanwood-Camano School Board race.

Final paving options ready in Mountain Loop Highway study

The Federal Highway Administration will present its recommendations during two meetings this week.

City Council members face off in Lake Stevens mayoral race

Brett Gailey and Kurt Hilt are running to take over for Mayor John Spencer.

After 6 months at sea, the USS Momsen comes home to Everett

Hundreds gathered to welcome sailors home Monday, on the docks of Naval Station Everett.

Marysville mayor candidates focus on growth, public safety

Jon Nehring has been mayor for almost a decade. Michael Patrick is making his first run for office.

Lake Stevens could fine famous wood stocker $70,000 a month

Shane McDaniel worries the wood won’t reach the needy. The city says it’s unsafe but won’t fine him.

Candidates for Arlington mayor keep city’s growth in mind

Don Vanney, Jr. is running against Mayor Barb Tolbert, who has been in office since 2012.

School, friends helped Legacy High senior find confidence

Fahana Bijapuri, 17, had a hard time moving here from India. She has since been class president.

Jim Corcoran at his home near Mill Creek on Friday. He’s donated the land to Snohomish County, to be preserved as a park. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Bothell-area man donates land worth $1.5 million to county

Jim Corcoran has lived on the property since 1986. Now, it will be preserved forever as a park.

Jim Corcoran at his home near Mill Creek on Friday. He’s donated the land to Snohomish County, to be preserved as a park. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Viking Hall, a piece of Silvana history, needs help

A group in the small town is in danger of losing the building, and hope more people rent the space.

Emergency wedding plans ensue after Monte Cristo closure

The business was an all-inclusive wedding venue in downtown Everett. It abruptly closed on Monday.

Hundreds gather for HopeWorks Station opening in Everett

Inside, housing and other resources are available for those who are homeless or living in poverty.

After years of work, Tara Mizell is Marysville parks leader

She has taken over following long-time director Jim Ballew’s retirement.

Ski season is near — snow has started to fall at Stevens Pass

No flurries are forecast in the lowlands, but nights have been colder with temperatures in the 30s.

Marysville Getchell senior hopes to become a ‘top executive’

Joseph Ecolango, 17, is a leader in the FBLA club. He also enjoys the arts, history and languages.