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In a lengthy interview with The Daily Herald, he talked about his decisions, the pandemic and protests.
A recent increase in coronavirus numbers means counties won’t be able to move to Phase 4.
With the academic year over, school district leaders seek input about concerns for 2020-21.
Police say the arrest of Joseph Hill was within policy, but it led the city to update its use-of-force manual.
Deena Jones has focused on helping the homeless and increasing diversity.
The Whidbey Island route will have one boat. Expect long lines. Stay home if it’s not essential.
COVID cases jumped this week. Officials are pleading with people to wear masks.
He passed away June 21 after a fall weeks earlier. He had written for The Herald since the 1980s.
A man called 911, reporting that his brother killed their mother. An investigation is underway.
Instead of starting a bonfire, take your brush to one of three wood-chipping events.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
She was murdered near Everett in 1977. Years of detective work finally revealed her name: Lisa Roberts, 17.
Twice the size of the existing casino, the new entertainment venue will replace an older facility.
The state will cut more than 400 acres next to Wallace Falls State Park and in the Reiter foothills.
Key federal money was rescinded because of a technicality, the Port of Everett says, and it has reapplied.
People can still luxuriate on the sandy strip off Everett’s shores, just pack out what you bring.
The collision resulted in multiple life-threatening injuries.
Over the past two weeks, the agency has been able to clear identity issues on 100,000 claims.
While the weather has gotten warmer, rivers are still running high and cold.
All district high schools, except Lynnwood High, won’t have on-campus officers when students return.