Stephanie Davey

Skiers and snowboarders make their way up the Skyline Express chairlift at Stevens Pass in 2017. (Ian Terry / Herald file)

Stevens Pass resort to open for the season on Wednesday

Up to 2½ feet of snow is expected to fall on Tuesday.

 

Emergency crews responded to the incident near Shoultes Elementary School. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)

Marysville man charged with assault against medics, police

He’s accused of firing toward first responders after they were called to his house last month.

 

Mother found ‘healing’ in work with the disabled community

Kinder Smoots runs Eagle Wings disAbility Ministries. The nonprofit serves more than 2,200 people.

 

Members of the Lake Stevens Cross Country team and other fall sports teams cheer during the pep rally send-off for the Lake Stevens football team Friday in Lake Stevens. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Lake Stevens shows united support for school football

Folks plan to wish the team luck as it heads to the state championships Saturday.

Members of the Lake Stevens Cross Country team and other fall sports teams cheer during the pep rally send-off for the Lake Stevens football team Friday in Lake Stevens. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Merrysville for the Holidays celebrates 30 years

Mary Swenson helped put together the first celebration. She leads the parade on Saturday.

Old Everett blueprints found in Marysville safe

The building on Hewitt Avenue opened in 1906. The vault was owned by Marysville’s first mayor.

Community’s help surprises boy on track to become Eagle Scout

Vincent Martinez, 16, asked strangers to donate to kids in need. He was overwhelmed with generosity.

Finding two along the course, Brooklyn Hill and Katie Clark run with frozen turkeys during the Turkey Trot 5K on Thursday Arlington. Runners could keep the turkey if they finished the race with it in hand. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Hundreds run through Arlington before Thanksgiving dinner

The Turkey Trot 5K was complete with turkey bowling and pumpkin pie. About $5,000 was raised.

Finding two along the course, Brooklyn Hill and Katie Clark run with frozen turkeys during the Turkey Trot 5K on Thursday Arlington. Runners could keep the turkey if they finished the race with it in hand. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Turkey Talk: Marysville kindergartners look forward to feast

Kellogg Marsh Elementary students talked to us about Thanksgiving plans and what the holiday means.

Old, giant log represents ‘this town and our roots’

The tree was about 620 years old when it was cut down. It’s outside the Snohomish Carnegie library.

People watch fireworks at Boom City in Tulalip. Marysville plans to host a show next Fourt of July. (Sarah Weiser / Herald File)

Fireworks make a brief and controlled comeback in Marysville

The city plans to host a free show on the Fourth of July next year.

People watch fireworks at Boom City in Tulalip. Marysville plans to host a show next Fourt of July. (Sarah Weiser / Herald File)

Jason Thompson named superintendent of Marysville schools

He’s expected to be appointed on Monday. He took over for Becky Berg when she left in May.

Everett Port CEO back to work after serving in Afghanistan

Les Reardanz has spent nearly 30 years in the Navy. He was honored during the port’s Tuesday meeting.

‘It’s bad,’ woman allegedly told police after stabbing husband

She had noticed a change in her mental health recently. She reportedly killed him to “keep him safe.”

Marysville police returned fire in neighborhood shooting

The man is suspected of assault against first responders. No one was hurt.

Holly Martinez

Everett educator’s husband pleads guilty to her murder

Holly Martinez, 45, was shot to death at her home near Mill Creek in June.

Holly Martinez

These adults are volunteering to hang out at middle school

They serve as role models, and their extra eyes and ears look for early signs of trouble.

Emergency crews responded to an incident in a residential area near Shoultes Elementary School. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)

‘Miracle’: No one was hurt as the bullets flew in Marysville

A man barricaded in a home eventually surrendered after negotiating with police.

Emergency crews responded to an incident in a residential area near Shoultes Elementary School. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)

Tulalip Tribes worry about traffic, salmon in land sale case

The Grove Church hopes to sell property to a Texas builder. The plot borders the reservation.

Homecoming prince asks grandmother to Granite Falls dance

Cheryl Wilson helped raise her grandson, Maccoy Christy. He wanted to show her his appreciation.