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Predict A Pen goes missing, a Republican wins a poll and a budget arrives
It’s Day 68. Here’s what’s happening in the 2023 session of the Washington Legislature.
Mukilteo coffee roaster, 69, had personality as big as ‘thunderstorm’
“I knew at the first sip that this is what I wanted to do,” Gary Smith said. The founder of Mukilteo Coffee Roasters died this month.
New Mountlake Terrace city manager set for $200K salary
Jeff Niten’s start date is April 17. He’ll oversee the city’s 190 employees and work to implement city policies.
‘Massive amount’ of homeless RV camping closed Smokey Point rest area
Since November, 38 homeless people were identified through outreach. Six have accepted housing offers with case management.
Everett man killed in Saturday police shooting identified
Charles Hubbard, 58, was shot and killed by SWAT team members when they responded to a domestic violence call.
Semi crashes, hangs off ramp from US 2 to I-5 in Everett
Traffic cameras showed the semi’s trailer hanging over the edge of an overpass. The ramp remained closed over 4 hours.
Supreme Court says sheriff’s deputy improperly detained bus rider
In a mixed ruling, justices upheld enforcement of fares but not the way it occurred on a Swift bus in Everett in 2018.
Can’t understand why your car insurance went up? That may change
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler wants to require insurers provide a clear explanation for premium increases.
Deaf family sues Northshore over repeated restraint, isolation of child
The kindergartener was reportedly restrained as much as five times a day by her special education teacher, the lawsuit says.
Where to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Snohomish and Island counties
Irish pubs and beer gardens are not the only places serving up Irish charm this year.
Years of cockroaches wear down tenants at Everett apartment complex
The Rivers Landing apartments have been dealing with a cockroach problem since at least January 2022, former tenant Austin Webb said.
Worker rescued from Everett boom lift accident
Firefighters responded with a ladder truck, but by the time they were in place, another lift was bringing the worker to safety.
A forecast for spending, a new maximum for campaign contributions
It’s Day 66. Here’s what’s happening in the 2023 session of the Washington Legislature
Celebration of life for the musical bubble truck man set for Saturday
Mike Carver’s red ‘67 Ford truck will be parked at Snohomish High School, playing music and blowing bubbles.
Dan Canyon Band brings a taste of cowboy life to Snohomish County
Cowboy hats are rarities round these here parts. But these troubadours are riding out of the sagebrush and into the city.
Hearing examiner’s order holds up Cathcart park and ride
Initial plans had the stormwater system designed under urban zoning rules, but the property has rural zoning.
Snohomish County’s new health board elects chair at first meeting
The new county health department officially launched Jan. 1. The transition from a health district continues.
A recap of things to know about the Richard Rotter trial
Here’s an overview of past Herald coverage of the shooting death of Everett police officer Dan Rocha.
Flying Heritage Museum ‘returning soon’ under new owner
Bought by a Walmart heir, the vintage aircraft and military museum offered a cryptic tease this week.
Hot, saucy Double DD Meats is Mountlake Terrace’s carnal destination
Find 3,000 hot sauces, 1,000 barbecue bastes, 500 dry rubs, 400 marinades and 50 flavors of sausage.