Folksingers Bob Nelson (left) and Bruce Baker perform Tuesday for residents of Sunrise View retirement community in Everett. Nelson and his wife, Judy, recently moved to Sunrise View. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Folk duo’s songs for the ages are a gift for Everett seniors

Bob Nelson, who created musical archive of coffeehouse era, now lives with his wife at Sunrise View.

Folksingers Bob Nelson (left) and Bruce Baker perform Tuesday for residents of Sunrise View retirement community in Everett. Nelson and his wife, Judy, recently moved to Sunrise View. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Providence countywide study says prejudice still on the rise

A changing political climate and President Trump are at the heart of the spike, some leaders say.

Attorney general chalks up win in lawsuit against Navy

The Navy will work to clarify the potential effects Growlers may have on marbled murrelets.

A year later, Mill Creek firefighter’s death linked to work

Erik Shouse was 40 when he died from cardiac arrest. Stressors at his job likely played a role.

Critics and allies sounded off on controversial housing plan

The proposal would bring 34 low- to moderate-income units to Everett’s Port Gardner neighborhood.

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EVENTS Peace in Colombia: Learn about peacemaking efforts in the South American country on Monday at Everett United Church of Christ, 2624 Rockefeller Ave. Activities… Continue reading

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EVENTS YMCA celebration The old YMCA at 2720 Rockefeller Ave. is being decommissioned with a celebration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 21. The… Continue reading

They got the signatures for I-1000. They want to get paid.

Citizen Solutions wants $1.1 million it says it’s owed by backers of the affirmative action law.

Judge orders Eyman to reveal where he got nearly $800,000

Attorney General said the money that Eyman calls ‘gifts’ must be treated as political contributions.

Storm season ‘may be a little earlier this year’

PUD ramps up for storm season and potential power outages. You need to get yourself ready, too.

Suspected drunken driver crashes, injuring 3 children

Police expected to arrest the woman, who was hospitalized. The children were passengers in another car.

Body of a missing Everett man found near the Port of Poulsbo

Police began searching for Daniel Yates, 40, after they found his empty boat last week.

Joint interview: Candidates for Snohomish County Council

Republican Anna Rohrbough and Democrat Megan Dunn visited the Herald newsroom.

Shoreline candidate leaves King’s Schools over LGBTQ stance

Several teachers and students also departed in protest of what they consider an anti-gay position.

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Ferry fares going up, and so is the new Mukilteo terminal

The building taking shape on the waterfront is set to open on schedule in the fall of 2020.

Myrna Overstreet, a force behind the founding of the Imagine Children’s Museum, is shown here with some of her grandchildren and other kids at the museum’s 2004 opening. From left are Billy Burton, Matt Overstreet, Jake Burton and Caroline Overstreet, with their proud grandma behind Matt. Myrna Overstreet, 82, died Aug. 19. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Myrna Overstreet’s legacy: Imagine Children’s Museum and more

In a life devoted to family and community, she served long and well. Friends remember a caring spirit.

Myrna Overstreet, a force behind the founding of the Imagine Children’s Museum, is shown here with some of her grandchildren and other kids at the museum’s 2004 opening. From left are Billy Burton, Matt Overstreet, Jake Burton and Caroline Overstreet, with their proud grandma behind Matt. Myrna Overstreet, 82, died Aug. 19. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
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County settles for $3.1M in woman’s jail-related death

Jail staff neglected a Whidbey Island woman as she became seriously ill, her family alleged.

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Days after guilty plea in fatal crash, driver faces new DUI

He killed Khanh Tran in a 100 mph crash. This week, he allegedly was slumped over in his SUV, in traffic.

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HEADS UP Work on Highway 9 again delayed The state Department of Transportation has postponed Highway 9 work scheduled for this weekend because of weather.… Continue reading

To spur investment, marijuana businesses want rules eased

Another group has proposed a low-interest loan program, to help women- and minority-owned startups.