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.

 

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Old-time Monroe was a condensed-milk powerhouse

A sprawling plant that once operated on the east side of town wasn’t exactly condensed.

Girl, 2, struck by vehicle in south Everett

The toddler suffered serious injuries, police say. The driver reportedly said he didn’t see the girl.

Ron Muzzall is named Washington’s newest state senator

The Whidbey Island farmer was among 3 Republicans looking to replace retired state Sen. Barbara Bailey.

Everett man accused of stomping woman to death

Detectives believe the man left a knit cap — with his DNA on it — at the homicide scene south of Everett.

Washington state to vote on affirmative action referendum

Voters will decide on the amendment to a law that bans both discrimination and preferential treatment.

Sparks fly at I-976 debate: Eyman vs. a mayor and a senator

Dishonesty was a prevalent theme at a Herald forum on the car-tabs ballot measure.

I-976 debate moderators assess Thursday’s showdown in Everett

In “Herald Headlines,” Jerry Cornfield and Jon Bauer sum up the forum that featured sponsor Tim Eyman.

Military weapons seized from suspected neo-Nazi in Arlington

The suspect is reportedly the leader of a group inspired by Adolph Hitler and Charles Manson.

Simulation education specialist Carrie Brood, of WSU’s medical school, holds a high-fidelity mannequin used for simulated patient care in the Range Health mobile unit displayed in Everett on Thursday. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Rolling clinic linked to WSU medical school comes to Everett

Range Health, a nonprofit, is supported by donation from Othello cattle rancher who died last year.

Simulation education specialist Carrie Brood, of WSU’s medical school, holds a high-fidelity mannequin used for simulated patient care in the Range Health mobile unit displayed in Everett on Thursday. (Dan Bates / 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.

Three director seats up for grabs on Edmonds School Board

Incumbents Carin Chase and Gary Noble face challengers while two newcomers face off for open spot.

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A week later, police arrest suspect in Mukilteo robberies

He allegedly pointed his gun at several people and took a woman’s iPhone. A sex worker later ID’d him.

Members Julian Amrine (from left), Ellie Fog and Jennifer Bacon of the International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees held pickets outside Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett this fall. (International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees)

Workers at Angel of the Winds Arena wait years for contract

Stagehands at the Everett events center says the city should step in after negotiations linger.

Members Julian Amrine (from left), Ellie Fog and Jennifer Bacon of the International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees held pickets outside Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett this fall. (International Association of Theatrical and Stage Employees)

Everett man, 30, arrested in death of woman on Highway 99

The sheriff’s office had described her death as suspicious. Few other details have been released.

Emergency wedding plans ensue after Monte Cristo closure

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

Alaska CEO: ‘We really need to look at growing Paine Field’

At a conference, Brad Tilden speculated about expanded passenger service, but flights are capped — for now.