Election signs line a section of Mukilteo Blvd. in Everett. (Sue Misao / Everett Herald)

Election signs line a section of Mukilteo Blvd. in Everett. (Sue Misao / Everett Herald)

Massive voter turnout marks end of volatile election year

With so much at stake up and down the ballot, turnout is expected to eclipse 75 percent.

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A truck parked on along 39th Avenue SE near Archbishop Murphy High School. Snohomish County prohibits parking along streets with double yellow lines if other vehicles have to cross over the center line too pass. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
No parking here: but that isn’t obvious to all

One reader says signs near Archbishop Murphy HS are needed to remind drivers parking is prohibited.

Staff who’ll be overseeing kids at Camp Killoqua this summer sing a song Thursday thanking donors to a capital campaign that raised almost $2.2 million for local Camp Fire programs. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
‘A jewel,’ Camp Killoqua spruced up by $2.1 million in gifts

Donors visit lodge to celebrate end of a capital campaign that will help more kids enjoy Camp Fire.

Wrongful death lawsuit alleges PUD negligent in fatal fire

A 93-year-old WW II veteran died in the 2017 fire near Snohomish. The PUD is reviewing the case.

Man killed after being hit by train in Snohomish

The train crew blasted the horn and deployed emergency brake. It’s believed to be a suicide.

Everett schools clamping down on cellphone use in classroom

Next fall, if students don’t keep them turned off it could result in confiscation and suspension.

Last part of State Avenue to be improved starting early 2020

Changes include sidewalks and two more lanes. The work is set to be finished in about three years.

Granite Falls man dies in crash on I-5 south of Marysville

The two-vehicle collision involved a pickup truck that rear-ended a slow-moving sedan.

Assessed values of affordable homes here continue to rise

Annual assessments sent Friday show Snohomish County properties continue to rise in value, on average 8.6%.

Prosecutors plan to rest case in 1987 cold case murder trial

Soon a jury will decide the fate of William Talbott, in the nation’s first trial involving genetic genealogy.

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