Farmers Market is leaving Boxcar, moving to downtown Everett

Limited parking and future construction at the port prompted the exploration of other locations.

 

That $12.2 million Lotto winner in Brier finally surfaced

The winner of the largest state Lotto jackpot in years wants to remain anonymous.

 

On the backside of the Edmonds statue created by artist Howard Duell is an image of the Saturn V rocket that carried three astronauts aloft on their way to the moon in 1969. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Still a wonder, 1969 moon mission left more than footprints

“For a brief moment all people were truly one,” says an Edmonds statue commemorating Neil Armstrong.

 

Northshore enrollment growth has students shifting schools

Increasing numbers in the north end will affect North Creek and Bothell area campuses.

Edmonds mayoral candidate’s tax lien surfaces before primary

Mike Nelson said the debt, which was paid off last year, doesn’t disqualify him from office.

Faith Calendar

EVENTS Everett VBS: “Miraculous Mission” Vacation Bible School is set for 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 5 through 9 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 2521 Lombard… Continue reading

Front Porch

EVENTS Flower power The Edmonds in Bloom garden tour is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The self-guided tour has six private gardens. Tickets… Continue reading

Gallery: We missed an entire day of moon news back in 1969!

The Herald then did not have a Sunday edition — a real disadvantage during the Apollo 11 mission.

Panel vote backs more parking for Wallace Falls State Park

The popular scenic get-away off U.S. 2 is often overrun with cars. The goal is 100 more spaces.

Snohomish man, 47, identified in deadly Lake Stevens crash

He was driving east on Highway 204, when he crossed into oncoming traffic, according to police.

Democratic U.S. Rep. Larsen: Time to impeach President Trump

Everett’s congressman says Trump’s attack on four female colleagues denigrates the meaning of citizenship.

Members of the Ivy Five and some friends play at the Edmonds home of Gary Ostlund (second from right on trumpet) on July 12, 2019. In 1956, five guys from Everett Junior High started a combo band, the Ivy Five, to play in the school talent show and played through high school. Those who live locally still get together to play regularly. On this date, Karner Trethewey (right, on trombone) was visiting from California. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Revive of the Ivy Five, a band started in 1956 junior high

63 years later, the jazz combo begun in Everett plays on. “We’re in it for the friendship…”

Members of the Ivy Five and some friends play at the Edmonds home of Gary Ostlund (second from right on trumpet) on July 12, 2019. In 1956, five guys from Everett Junior High started a combo band, the Ivy Five, to play in the school talent show and played through high school. Those who live locally still get together to play regularly. On this date, Karner Trethewey (right, on trombone) was visiting from California. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Chief executive leaves EvergreenHealth Monroe after 2 years

A spokesperson did not provide details as to the nature of Renee Jensen’s resignation.

Front Porch

EVENTS Moonwalk Everett Public Library, 2702 Hoyt Ave., celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on Saturday. At 1 p.m., Mukilteo historian… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace child psychologist charged with raping boy

Robert Wright worked for a King County school district. He’s accused of abusing a boy, 13, in Aberdeen.

After 36 years, luck changes at Neil’s Clover Patch Cafe

The beloved South Whidbey restaurant has closed after nearly 40 years of “redefining casual dining.”

How we covered the first walk on the moon 50 years ago

Columnist Julie Muhlstein talks about The Daily Herald’s coverage of Apollo — back when we were not so daily.

Is this your $12 million? Winning ticket so far unclaimed

A family-owned store in Brier had never sold a lottery ticket worth more than $10,000 — until now.

Woman is missing two hours of her life, Edmonds police say

She remembers waking up in a grass field with a man kneeling next to her and a woman standing nearby.

Proposed high-speed rail not pie-in-the-sky idea, says WSDOT

A study says the network from Portland to Vancouver could cost up to $42 billion — and serve Everett.