Stephanie Davey

At Marysville Getchell High, School Resource Officers Chris Sutherland, right, and Jeremy Wood pose for a photo on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Cops share stories of trauma to encourage others to get help

The two Marysville school resource officers draw on their personal PTSD experiences.

 

Tulalip fire district hopes to hire 3 full-time firefighters

The department aims to pass a levy in November. Property taxes would go up by 34 cents per $1,000.

 

Prior Sultan administrator abruptly quits new California job

Complaints in Sultan pushed Ken Walker to resign. He then found work as a manager for Inyo County.

 

‘Water is life,’ but many in developing nations struggle for it

Spokesman for a nonprofit that brings clean water to everybody is Edge of Amazing’s keynote speaker.

Businesses in Snohomish must follow new quiet times

The City Council updated a law to say that loud machinery can’t be used between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Nathan Weller is a senior at Marysville Getchell High School in the BioMed Academy. shot on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
                                Nathan Weller is a senior at Marysville Getchell High School in the BioMed Academy. shot on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

He’s had so much fun in band, he hopes to make it a career

Marysville Getchell senior Nathan Weller wants to be a high school music teacher. He plays clarinet.

Nathan Weller is a senior at Marysville Getchell High School in the BioMed Academy. shot on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
                                Nathan Weller is a senior at Marysville Getchell High School in the BioMed Academy. shot on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Man claimed to be lawyer for Lego, stole from rehab center

David Wolin checked into the Edmonds clinic and never paid. He’s now committed fraud in four states.

Mountain goats hitch a helicopter ride to new home range

Hundreds of mountain goats are being relocated from Olympic National Forest to the North Cascades.

Lynnwood man found guilty in Marysville murder, assault

Wayne Alpert, 61, wandered into an apartment complex and shot a man in 2017.

Employee accused of stealing $17,000 from Machias cemetery

The Lake Stevens woman worked there for 11 years. Her parents had helped buy the graveyard in 1982.

Super Kid: He has his eye on a future in politics

River O’Connor already has made a splash with his computer skills.

Man charged with allegedly beating woman with bat, hammer

His former girlfriend is now reportedly blind in one eye. She had a protection order against him.

Snohomish County girl, woman killed in I-90 motorhome crash

The vehicle, with nine people inside, rolled down an embankment and into a creek near Ellensburg.

Earthquake drills planned at region’s naval stations

Bases in Snohomish and Island counties will practice what to do in an emergency, beginning Wednesday.

Marysville authorizes $32 million bond for civic center

The loan covers a new police station, and about half of the other planned city buildings.

Edmonds school and water district reach agreement

Details won’t be available until a final vote. Work on Madrona K-8 School should wrap up in October.

Rotary President Amy Norman reacts as Tom Rainville reveals the contents of a safety deposit box, once thought lost, during a Rotary Club of Everett meeting held at Legion Golf Course on Tuesday. At left is Everett police Capt. Greg Lineberry. There were some deposit and stock certificates from the late 1980s and early ‘90s. They ended up being receipts. “So sadly, no money found,” President Amy Norman said. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Decades later, Everett Rotary opens missing deposit box

The old locker was at a local bank. They found no money — but there was something else.

Rotary President Amy Norman reacts as Tom Rainville reveals the contents of a safety deposit box, once thought lost, during a Rotary Club of Everett meeting held at Legion Golf Course on Tuesday. At left is Everett police Capt. Greg Lineberry. There were some deposit and stock certificates from the late 1980s and early ‘90s. They ended up being receipts. “So sadly, no money found,” President Amy Norman said. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

On this special day, the fair wasn’t ‘big and loud and scary’

For the second year, people with disabilities were invited to celebrate with less commotion.

Investigation prompted former Sultan administrator to resign

Employees alleged that Ken Walker would waste work hours, shout at them and threaten their jobs.

2 hospitalized after butane explodes in Everett hotel room

A candle reportedly came in contact with a butane canister, police said.