Clubs & Interests

HOBBIES Buttons: The Washington State Button Society Seattle One chapter, which includes Snohomish County, holds meetings third Saturdays at a different member’s home, from north… Continue reading

Fixing cars, drumming with a rock icon, living with dyslexia

Jack Tutt once traded a drum set for a Ford Bronco. He also hung out with the drummer from Heart.

Mill Creek City Councilmember Pam Pruitt takes her oath of office Jan. 7. She was voted to a fifth term as the mayor, an honorary position in the city’s government, by the council. (Mill Creek)

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Naval station drills Naval Station Everett is running security exercises from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday. The main gates will be closed for 10-minute… Continue reading

Mill Creek City Councilmember Pam Pruitt takes her oath of office Jan. 7. She was voted to a fifth term as the mayor, an honorary position in the city’s government, by the council. (Mill Creek)

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RESOURCES Northwest Veterans Museum: The Northwest Veterans Museum is located in the Wicker Building at Heritage Park, 19921 Poplar Way, Lynnwood. Hours are 11 a.m.… Continue reading

Out of sight, illegal marinas grow into hazard on Snohomish

The river’s six makeshift docks were half of the statewide total, causing problems for salmon recovery.

Larry Jubie’s near perfect 1967 Mecury Caliente, shown here at his Everett home, is one of only four made. He sold the car Thursday at an auction in Arizona and is donating the proceeds to the Providence General Foundation.

Everett man sold rare ’67 race car to aid Providence hospital

Larry Jubie’s more than $80,000 gift will help Providence General Foundation support construction.

Larry Jubie’s near perfect 1967 Mecury Caliente, shown here at his Everett home, is one of only four made. He sold the car Thursday at an auction in Arizona and is donating the proceeds to the Providence General Foundation.

Man who rammed deputy’s car hit Tulalip officer’s vehicle, too

He led cops on a wrong way chase on I-5 on New Year’s Eve. He escaped, but was arrested later.

Snohomish County has third flu death; new cases decline

Predominant B strain is decreasing. It is uncertain what a second round of influenza will bring.

Washington dairies struggle after trade wars and low prices

People are drinking less milk, but “It’s very hard to turn a cow off,” jokes one Stanwood dairyman.

The Argosy sits on Mission Beach in Tulalip on Friday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

After century-long odyssey, Argosy washes ashore in Tulalip

The boat has a storied past. It once exploded, killing its owner. It was used in WWII. Now, it’s aground.

The Argosy sits on Mission Beach in Tulalip on Friday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Dr. King celebration, with 40-voice choir, Sunday in Everett

Speaker from Millennia Ministries wants civil rights leader’s legacy to be “lived every single day.”

Police: Armed man spews ‘KKK’ remarks at Lynnwood Walmart

African American workers said they felt threatened. When police arrived, the suspect said “Shoot me!”

1893: First East Coast shipment of shingles leaves Everett

From the 14th Street Dock in Port Gardner Bay to St. Paul, Minnesota.

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EVENTS Monthly luncheon: The Mill Creek Christian Women’s Connection monthly luncheon is 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill and… Continue reading

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HEADS UP Arlington government sworn in Arlington’s mayor and three City Council members took an oath of office Jan. 6. Mayor Barb Tolbert and Councilmembers… Continue reading

A nuclear research facility is about to open in Everett

TerraPower, an energy firm founded by Bill Gates, will open a 65,000-square-foot lab near Paine Field.

Police seek arsonist in two-alarm fire in downtown Everett

Detectives released images from security footage Friday, of a man with a gas can lighting the fire.

Nurses, caregivers announce strike at all Swedish branches

The three-day strike starts Jan. 28, ends Jan. 31. Swedish will fly in thousands of fill-in workers.

Supreme Court to hear Washington case of ‘faithless’ electors

One of the petitioners in a landmark test of free will is an Electoral College participant from Everett.

Shea decries report saying he engaged in domestic terrorism

Police are looking into possible threats against the GOP leader who suspended Shea from the caucus.