Stephanie Davey

Schools prepare to feed thousands of children countywide

Schools prepare to feed thousands of children countywide

Each district is coming up with its own plan as they get ready to close for more than a month.

Schools prepare to feed thousands of children countywide
Titanic in reach as Everett’s OceanGate works with NASA

Titanic in reach as Everett’s OceanGate works with NASA

The submersible company has tried to visit the shipwreck twice. Now it’s building a stronger vessel.

Titanic in reach as Everett’s OceanGate works with NASA
Churches rethink services in light of coronavirus

Churches rethink services in light of coronavirus

Some Snohomish County houses of worship plan a normal holy day. Others have opted to stream online.

Churches rethink services in light of coronavirus
Teens make history with first Black Student Union

Teens make history with first Black Student Union

It’s a new club at Marysville Pilchuck, where members have shared biographies for Black History Month.

Teens make history with first Black Student Union
Lake Stevens now has a Snapchat-worthy high school

Lake Stevens now has a Snapchat-worthy high school

Students have moved into the newly remodeled school with a view of the Cascade Range.

Lake Stevens now has a Snapchat-worthy high school
Edmonds police get 100 tips, still seek 7-Eleven killer

Edmonds police get 100 tips, still seek 7-Eleven killer

Detectives are asking residents to look through home surveillance video from the morning of Feb. 21.

Edmonds police get 100 tips, still seek 7-Eleven killer
After a storied history, the Argosy rests in pieces

After a storied history, the Argosy rests in pieces

The 100-year-old ship has been removed from Warm Beach after it ran aground in Tulalip.

After a storied history, the Argosy rests in pieces
Body scanner could replace strip searches in Monroe prison

Body scanner could replace strip searches in Monroe prison

A new bill suggests using a scanner, like those in airports, to check for contraband on or in people.

Body scanner could replace strip searches in Monroe prison
A loving send-off for a teacher students call ‘Mom’

A loving send-off for a teacher students call ‘Mom’

Tracy Orr has a rare brain tumor. Her Granite Falls campus has let her know how much they care.

A loving send-off for a teacher students call ‘Mom’
Dan Bates / The Herald                                 Contractor Rob Enge (left) attaches a chain to a roll of heavy cable as Kody Brooks approaches to help carry it with a tractor Tuesday outside the Snohomish Carnegie Library The original building begins to look more and more like it did before an annex was added in the 1960s.

Annex removed from Snohomish’s 100-year-old Carnegie library

The brick structure was attached to the library in the late 1960s. Workers tore it down Tuesday.

Dan Bates / The Herald                                 Contractor Rob Enge (left) attaches a chain to a roll of heavy cable as Kody Brooks approaches to help carry it with a tractor Tuesday outside the Snohomish Carnegie Library The original building begins to look more and more like it did before an annex was added in the 1960s.

Charge: Lynnwood tobacco smuggler dodged $1 million in taxes

The man, 57, reportedly dealt in illicit cigarettes. Tax returns claimed he sold hats and T-shirts.

The Nazis didn’t see him beneath the floor boards

The Nazis didn’t see him beneath the floor boards

Holocaust survivor Peter Metzelaar described to Lake Stevens students his perilous childhood.

The Nazis didn’t see him beneath the floor boards
Marysville schools seek $120 million in Tuesday’s election

Marysville schools seek $120 million in Tuesday’s election

The capital levy would replace Cascade and Liberty elementaries, both built nearly 70 years ago.

Marysville schools seek $120 million in Tuesday’s election
In Snohomish, $470 million bond would replace aging schools

In Snohomish, $470 million bond would replace aging schools

District leaders hope to replace elementary schools, renovate high schools and improve security.

In Snohomish, $470 million bond would replace aging schools

Everett bikini baristas file petition to U.S. Supreme Court

It’s unlikely the highest court will hear the case, a lawyer for the baristas said.

Security guard Jakeb Conway leans forward to read a piece of history on the Treaty of Point Elliott at the Hibulb Cultural Center. The large glass-covered case, center, displays the signed documents for reading. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Point Elliott Treaty returns to tribes here, 165 years later

Signed in 1855 at Mukilteo, it created reservations and secured Native American rights to traditions.

Security guard Jakeb Conway leans forward to read a piece of history on the Treaty of Point Elliott at the Hibulb Cultural Center. The large glass-covered case, center, displays the signed documents for reading. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Kamiak senior strives for career in acting and screenwriting

Kamiak senior strives for career in acting and screenwriting

Paige Cox recently had an interview with Harvard. She’s the lead in both of this year’s school plays.

Kamiak senior strives for career in acting and screenwriting
Homeless count strives for greater accuracy in annual census

Homeless count strives for greater accuracy in annual census

Last year, Snohomish County recorded more homeless people than before, while using new methodology.

Homeless count strives for greater accuracy in annual census
After 7-month deployment with NATO, USS Gridley returns home

After 7-month deployment with NATO, USS Gridley returns home

Hundreds of sailors were joyfully greeted at Naval Station Everett on Tuesday morning.

After 7-month deployment with NATO, USS Gridley returns home
The Argosy sits on Mission Beach in Tulalip on Friday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

After century-long odyssey, Argosy washes ashore in Tulalip

The boat has a storied past. It once exploded, killing its owner. It was used in WWII. Now, it’s aground.

The Argosy sits on Mission Beach in Tulalip on Friday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)