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Sno-Isle workers cite safety, unfilled positions in union push
Workers also pointed to inconsistent policies and a lack of a say in decision-making. Leadership says they’ve been listening.
Snohomish County agencies to simulate major disaster
The scenario will practice the response to an earthquake or tsunami. Dozens of agencies will work with pilots.s
Report of downed hot air balloon turns up farmer’s tarp near Snohomish
Two 911 callers believed they saw a hot air balloon crash, leading to a major search-and-rescue response. It was a false alarm.
Daily Herald staff wins 5 honors at annual journalism competition
The Herald got one first-place win and four runner-up spots in SPJ’s Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest.
‘We’ve at least come a little ways’: Snohomish to host first Pride event
A 10 a.m. parade on First Street will be followed by a pop-up market with 60 vendors, a downtown wine walk, queer cabaret and more.
At panel, mental health experts brainstorm answers to staff shortages
Workforce shortages, insurance coverage and crisis response were in focus at the Snohomish forum hosted by The Daily Herald.
Old gas station demolished for apartments in downtown Everett
A 200-unit apartment complex between three and seven stories tall is proposed at Pacific and Rucker avenues.
Police: Marysville man fist-bumped cop, exposing tattoos of wanted robber
The suspect told police he robbed three stores to pay off a drug debt. He’d just been released from federal prison for another armed robbery.
Kamiak football coach fired amid sexual misconduct investigation
Police believe Julian Willis, 34, sexually abused the student in portable classrooms on Kamiak High School’s campus.
Tune in for virtual meeting on Edmonds-Kingston ferry
The series of Washington State Ferries meetings are for updates and public comment. A recording is available online.
Jetty Island ferry reservations open for summer
People can book trips there and back for $3 to $5, as well as $2 parking for eight hours when made online.
Police chief departing Mukilteo after 20 years, 322 Yelp reviews
When he’s not keeping the city safe, Cheol Kang moonlights as an “elite” dining reviewer. He’s also known for his haircuts.
Life in prison reduced to 38 years for 1995 Skykomish River killing
Steven Eggers, now 46, was 19 when he murdered Blair Scott, 27. New court rulings granted him a second chance at freedom.
Lawsuit: Defective inhaler led to death of Mountlake Terrace man
Pharmaceutical company Perrigo recalled inhalers in September 2020. Months earlier, Antonio Fritz Sr. picked one up at a pharmacy.
Edmonds stabbing suspect charged with premeditated murder
Ian Bramel-Allen reportedly threatened Bret Northcutt with an “axe or hatchet,” weeks before stabbing him in a WinCo parking lot.
Here’s what movies you can see at the Everett waterfront this summer
From blockbusters like “Top Gun: Maverick” and cult classics like “The Goonies,” there’s a little bit for everyone at Boxcar Park.
To keep Camano lights on, PUD builds a new power line
The new line establishes a second electrical connection to Camano Island, which will help maintain power in windstorms.
Weeklong closure coming to Highway 9 section in Lake Stevens
Travelers should expect delays or find another way from Friday to Thursday between Highway 204 and Lundeen Parkway.
Marysville firefighters save boy who fell 20 feet into well
The 12-year-old child held himself up by grabbing on to a plastic pipe while firefighters worked to save him.
Everett’s ‘Youngest Old Cat Lady’ legacy continues after death
On social media, Ashley Morrison, 31, formed a worldwide community to talk about cats and mental health. Her mom wants to keep it going.