Quiz: Test your knowledge of presidential visits here

How much do you know about Snohomish County history?

Frank Gadwa: The last of the Greatest Generation

The Marysville man has experienced adversity in a way that most of us never will know.

Charges: Gold Bar council member had child porn, meth

Brian Diaz, 47, ran unopposed in 2017. He resigned when he was charged with possessing child porn.

Father facing prison time after admitting to harming infant

His then 4-month-old daughter suffered brain damage and potentially permanent blindness.

Front Porch

OPPORTUNITIES Mill Creek offers police academy The Mill Creek Police Department plans to host its third annual Police Citizens Academy starting March 28. The 10-week… Continue reading

Mukilteo teen’s trip to Japan brings lessons in food, family

Margaret Schroeder was one of 27 Kamiak students who participated in the Kakehashi Project exchange.

Police investigating fatal shooting outside fast-food spot

Everett police two people in custody, including a woman they believe removed a gun from the victim.

Mel Steele, a member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 170, clears snow Wednesday from the parking lot by Mad-Bev Espresso on Beverly Boulevard in Everett. It made it possible for the stand to open for business after being closed for two days. (Photo by Rachel Pessa)

Random acts of snowy kindness to warm your heart

The good “snow-maritans” stepped up. Some had big shovels and trucks. Others had hot chocolate.

Mel Steele, a member of Fleet Reserve Association Branch 170, clears snow Wednesday from the parking lot by Mad-Bev Espresso on Beverly Boulevard in Everett. It made it possible for the stand to open for business after being closed for two days. (Photo by Rachel Pessa)

Woman killed in house fire near Lake Serene in Lynnwood area

Firefighters entered the burning home and retrieved the woman, but attempts to revive her failed.

Everett mother mourns two beloved sons who died from heroin

From grief’s dark shadows, she knows other families suffer from addiction and loss.

Paine Field neighbors clashed in court over security risks

The legal fight between a corporate hangar and the Historic Flight Foundation led to soaring costs.

Aaron Lemmon, 31, was stabbed in the back with a sword at a Marysville home. His girlfriend was charged with domestic violence assault in the first degree. (Courtesy of Janie McCombs)

Sword narrowly missed man’s heart in Marysville stabbing

Aaron Lemmon’s fiancee is charged with stabbing him in the back with a 25-inch sword.

Aaron Lemmon, 31, was stabbed in the back with a sword at a Marysville home. His girlfriend was charged with domestic violence assault in the first degree. (Courtesy of Janie McCombs)

Photos of the week

Herald photographers are out and about

Tim Eyman allegedly stole a $70 chair from an Office Depot

Surveillance video shows him rolling the chair out the door. He says he can explain.

Strike after strike: A night to remember at Glacier Lanes

Yes, Tony Cea bowled a perfect game. But it’s not just about the score. It’s about family.

Richard Ahrens, Julie Muhlstein’s 96-year-old father, is holding the oars in this photo taken at Priest Lake, Idaho, during his boyhood. Along with a dog, Ahrens’ second cousin, Norman Cross, is in the boat. (Ahrens family photo)

A week in Spokane was time travel into father’s long-ago life

Through pictures and conversations, a daughter learns a lot she hadn’t known about 96-year-old dad.

Richard Ahrens, Julie Muhlstein’s 96-year-old father, is holding the oars in this photo taken at Priest Lake, Idaho, during his boyhood. Along with a dog, Ahrens’ second cousin, Norman Cross, is in the boat. (Ahrens family photo)

A century later, history of women’s suffrage shows in Everett

A time to remember: Local women helped secure the passage of the 19th Amendment nearly 100 years ago.

City could own more land around Lake Stevens by next week

A Tuesday vote could approve the Rhodora annexation. A resident has tried to stop the process.

Faith Calendar

MEETINGS, CLASSES Potluck chat: Members and friends of Edmonds Lutheran Church are hosting a potluck at 1 p.m. Feb. 17 where they will discuss a… Continue reading