Ava Collinge works out at Kamiak High School pool in Mukilteo on Nov. 8. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Ava Collinge works out at Kamiak High School pool in Mukilteo on Nov. 8. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

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Snohomish High School student Hailey Knie uses her cellphone Monday to light up the wall where she is blending colors of paint in a tiny home at the school. The home was built by classmates and painted by students from the Art Honor Society, and will be used to house the homeless in Seattle. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Snohomish students paint tiny home for homeless in Seattle

They’re decorating the building with a deep sea theme. Another class at the school built the shelter.

Bothell thrift store serves locally and globally

Helping Hands Thrift Store provides self-sustaining resources to Peru and local community.

Traffic concerns linger as new Pilot J nears grand opening

A traffic study estimated the addition of 3,465 trips to the new Pilot Travel Center at Highway 530.

Everett teacher makes room for diverse books and students

Challenger teacher Nardos Habtemicael created special section of multicultural books in the library.

Child, three adults hurt in Lynnwood crash

A child, man and woman were sent to Harborview after the two-car crash Monday morning.

Woodway readies possible annexation of Point Wells

Shoreline also has designs on the land, where a developer has proposed thousands of condos.

Work to remove heavy metals left by the Everett smelter will impact traffic around the SR 529 and E. Marine View Drive interchange. (Department of Ecology)
East Marine View Drive closure coming soon

As the state begins the next phase of cleanup, detours at the Highway 529 interchange are shifting.

Collin Wojahn spent the summer measuring crabs in the Bering Sea for a nonprofit research foundation. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
Everett teen spent the summer gliding through the Bering Sea

Collin Wojahn, a junior in the ORCA program, counted crab populations for a research foundation.

Test scores: Math still a struggle; science turnout low

There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.

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