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Sorticulture brings gardening galore, fun by the bushel at 130 booths
“Every year there’s something different to see,” one attendee said at the opening of the three-day festival in downtown Everett.
Troubled deputies at center of $1.5M settlement in Maltby man’s death
In 2017, Bryson McGee and Cody McCoy killed Alex Dold with their Tasers. Neither of them work for the sheriff’s office anymore.
Paine to paradise: Alaska Airlines launches daily Everett-Hawaii flight
Beginning Nov. 17, Alaska Airlines will offer daily nonstop service from Everett to Honolulu.
Everett’s Boxcar Park cuts strings with kite flyers due to power lines
Safety is the reason for the ban at the park with the perfect breeze for kite flying.
Snohomish bank robbery conviction tossed due to authorities’ ‘misconduct’
In 2021, a detective in Adam Myers’ case ordered photos taken in his cell of handwritten documents. Some were letters to his lawyer.
Woman claims self-defense in nearly fatal Lynnwood stabbing
The Seattle woman, 35, told officers a man threatened her, so she stabbed him, according to police.
Police: Passenger randomly stabs man in neck on bus in Everett
The two passengers reportedly did not know each other before the attack. Police arrested a suspect hours later.
Injured bear in Silver Firs wanders to Safeway, retreats to woods
The bear was apparently hit by a car, according to state Fish and Wildlife. It was seen Wednesday in neighborhoods near Mill Creek.
Get your Sorticulture on: Garden festival returns to downtown Everett
It’s a chance to shop, dance, get gardening tips, throw an axe and look through a big kaleidoscope. Admission is free.
Marysville resident sentenced to 15 years for fentanyl operation
Jose Eduardo Garnica received a shipment from China labeled “Furniture Parts.” It had fentanyl-manufacturing parts.
Woman sues over ‘catastrophic’ injuries in fall from Stevens Pass lift
Miroslava Lewis suffered a traumatic brain injury, a collapsed lung and four fractured vertebrae, among other long-term disabilities.
State Sen. McCoy, who represented Tulalip and tribal causes, dies
John McCoy, 79, served in the state House and Senate for a combined 17 years, fighting for tribal, educational and environmental causes.
Meet and greet HGTV’s ‘Unsellable Houses’ twin sister stars in Snohomish on Friday
Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis have made Lamb & Co. a #twinwin home-selling, home-goods brand.
Your guide to Pride in Snohomish County
Mark your calendars; Pride Month is upon us.
Everett light rail options could get thinned this month
Sound Transit board members are set to consider which alternatives to advance for the next round of evaluation.
Lawsuit: Monroe prison neglected to care for back injury for 2 years
After he finally got an MRI, Jose Gomez’s back was injured again on the drive returning to the Monroe prison, a new lawsuit says.
Snohomish, King counties train together for region’s next disaster
Dozens of agencies worked with aviators Tuesday to coordinate a response to a simulated earthquake or tsunami.
Tulalip man sentenced to 4 years for carjacking
Michael J.D. Clark Jones received help from a woman after fleeing the police. He then assaulted her while stealing her car.
Red flag fire warning issued west of Cascades
There are “critical fire weather” conditions due to humidity and wind in the Cascades, according to the National Weather Service.
1 stabbed at apartment in Lynnwood
The man, 26, was taken to an Everett hospital with “serious injuries.”