There’s help for friends who see signs of domestic violence

“I believe you. I’m sorry this is happening to you,” is a place to start.

‘If we just go to school that doesn’t mean we’ll have a future’

Grace Lambert, a junior at Jackson High School, led the youth climate strike in Seattle on Friday.

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EVENTS Volunteer event Learn more about opportunities with the Assistance League of Everett. An introductory event is planned from 4:30 to 7 p.m. March 21… Continue reading

Faith calendar

SERVICES Unity Lynnwood: “Keep a True Lent II” is presented March 17 by Spiritual Director Richard Loren Held. Services are 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.… Continue reading

Ken Cage — museum founder, Navy vet, pillar of Marysville — dies

Cage has worked with cattle, in the Navy and on rockets. His greatest accomplishment was a museum.

Fund helps with Everett senior center’s new $30 membership fee

One generous donor to the fund sponsored memberships for 10 people.

Trial delayed for suspect in 1987 killings of young couple

Defense lawyers say they still need DNA information and to question witnesses in Canada.

With money in hand, state set to buy up banned bump stocks

Owners can get $150 for each one, but they must surrender them before federal ban kicks in March 26.

Ruth May Scougale will celebrate her 100th birthday Sunday at the Josephine home in Stanwood. Born and raised in Australia, she was a war bride who taught at Everett High School and Cascade High. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Turning 100, she taught with high standards and a big heart

War bride from Australia, Ruth May Scougale was EHS yearbook adviser who helped open Cascade.

Ruth May Scougale will celebrate her 100th birthday Sunday at the Josephine home in Stanwood. Born and raised in Australia, she was a war bride who taught at Everett High School and Cascade High. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Fugitive Watch

The state Department of Corrections’ Everett office has felony warrants for the following offenders. If you have information about them, call police or… Continue reading

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HEADS UP Police training The Everett Police Department plans training that will include the sounds of gunfire from about 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.… Continue reading

Mark your calendar: State is moving its presidential primary

A new law advances election to early March. Voters must pick a party to participate.

New cleanup plans unveiled for Kimberly-Clark mill site

The waterfront land could be ready for development after debris and soil removal, among other steps.

Deputy has disease she never heard of — now she needs help

A bone marrow transplant could save 27-year-old Molly Thunder, but she needs a donor match.

Suspect in vicious Marysville hatchet attack arrested

The victim suffered four skull fractures. The suspect was found with another hatchet in Everett.

‘Nothing changes here,’ local Methodists vie for LGBTQ rights

A decision last month to strengthen bans on same-sex marriage caught area churches by surprise.

Happy Pi Day: the most mouthwatering math day of the year

Even if you can’t comprehend 3.14 to infinity, you can still have fun and eat pie.

Six months after fire, Judd & Black finds a new home

Its new Everett store is scheduled to open March 22 at 510 SW Everett Mall Way.

Marysville woman gives 1914 artifact to Hibulb center

An Arlington woman’s Facebook site helped ID the century-old image of Yakamas and Tulalips.

Showdown on Inslee’s clean air rule reaches Supreme Court

Justices will consider whether Inslee had authority to impose regulations. A lower court said no.