Lowell-Larimer Road to close for two weeks

Projects include repairing a drain line, installing catch basins and other work.

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Jim Shields (top right), former assistant Everett Parks Department director, died in a vehicle crash July 3. Shields, of Camano Island, is shown here with his wife, Betsy, son James, daughter-in-law Marcelle and grandchildren Jimmy and Holyanna. (Courtesy Shields family) ​
Jim Shields was devoted to Everett parks, Camano community

Killed in a crash near Darrington, he left legacy of service. “Nobody was a stranger,” said his wife.

People on jet skis and boats drive past the Hannah Marie, formerly called the Midas, that was run aground along the banks of the Snohomish River on Tuesday, July 3, 2018 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
An old boat with a prosperous past awaits a future afloat

Officials say the Hannah Marie’s owner has been responsible, and it’s on private property — er, mud.

Man arrested after series of burglaries in and near Everett

The 21-year-old allegedly robbed 12 businesses, according to police.

Monroe locations among places of possible measles exposure

Officials say four cases were confirmed in a family that hosted a minor who might have exposed others.

Burn ban for parts of Snohomish County begins Friday

Outdoor burning will be banned in unincorporated areas, except for small recreational fires.

Darren Howe, 9, sits in a comfy chair reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone while his cousin, Naven Collins, 7, (center) stands delighting in a Elephant and Piggie book, which is from the same collection that Mya Illingworth, 6, (back middle) is looking through in Kelsey’s reading Korner at Sunnycrest Elementary School Wednesday. With the addition of “Kelsey’s Korner,” featuring the kind of books she encouraged her kids to read, the school now has two places that honor Kelsey Osborne, a much loved teacher who died in June. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
A school honors a ‘remarkable, tender’ young teacher’s memory

Kelsey Osborne, who taught first grade in Lake Stevens, was just shy of 30 when she died unexpectedly.

Does Washington need a ‘surgeon general’s warning’ for guns?

Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.

Clash over Mukilteo teacher pay, schools leadership

Teachers union gives superintendent a no-confidence vote; school board gives her a raise

Of the hundreds of people on I-5, she was the one who died

Miriam Robinson, just 28, was killed in a crash caused by a wrong-way driver suspected of DUI.

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