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Katelyn Pryor, Diego Corpening, Dylan Austin and Prabhman Aujla take high school level credit classes while attending Eisenhower Middle School in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
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                                Katelyn Pryor, Diego Corpening, Dylan Austin and Prabhman Aujla take high school level credit classes while attending Eisenhower Middle School in Everett.
More middle-schoolers are earning high school credits

As they do, educators are working to balance high-school-rigor with the middle-school experience.

Zachary Madding, 28, right, is accused of holding down his girlfriend at a Mukilteo motel, to force Xanax down her throat and fentanyl into her nose. Police arrested him for investigation of attempted murder. (Caleb Hutton/The Herald)
Man charged with forcing ex-girlfriend to overdose at hotel

Police arrived in time to revive her with naloxone.

$107.5 million Arlington school bond back on the ballot

The biggest slice of the bond funding would go toward building a new Post Middle School.

Stanwood City Council allows a single recreational pot shop

The city will begin accepting applications on Monday. Much of downtown Stanwood is off limits.

House fire displaces family of five and two dogs in Everett

There were no injuries, but smoke and water damage left the home uninhabitable.

Camano man dead after Arlington driver’s suspected DUI crash

A BMW sedan allegedly was speeding near Sedro-Woolley, hit a GMC truck, and was engulfed in flames.

Everett fire chief: 911 calls ‘burning through human capital’

Newly appointed Dave DeMarco, 47, is considering changes to how emergency services are deployed.

Death of woman hit by train ruled a suicide

The woman was struck Saturday evening on the tracks near the Edmonds ferry terminal.

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Mill Creek official placed on leave; no explanation given

The council’s move followed an executive session partly about potential legal action against the city.

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