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Trevor LaFond has left past struggles behind at Leaders in Learning High School in Monroe.
Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory spent the past 16 years overseeing major growth and expansion.
Neither recognized the other, as one supervised a 30-minute effort to restart the other’s heart.
The Stanwood gathering recently hosted Dick Nelms, 95, who flew 35 missions into Germany during WWII.
State lawmakers have established a work group to help identify possible mass-shooters.
Her decision follows a lengthy medical leave, which gave her a “renewed perspective” on life.
New rules will allow 3-story buildings closer to businesses and the future light rail stop.
The latest collection of top images by Herald photographers.
Twenty-nine people are throwing their hat in the ring against incumbent Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell.
Water is expected to rise in Okanogan County until Sunday.
He’s headed to the national expo in Michigan.
The Lake Stevens Miss Aquafest Pageant was held April 14 at the Everett Performing Arts Center. Eighteen girls, ages 5 to 18, competed for 11… Continue reading
A team of four students from Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek won second place in a nationwide Construction Industry Roundtable building design… Continue reading
Cascade artist wins contest A painting of “Kenny” by Cascade High School student Andrew Culver will go on permanent display at Everett School District offices.… Continue reading
Everett Community College’s BRIDGES Transition Center raised over $9,200 for a transitional studies student emergency fund at a dinner held April 7. BRIDGES stands for… Continue reading
Some local students returned with awards from the DECA International Career Development Conference, held April 21-24 in Atlanta, Georgia. Nearly 14,000 North American students took… Continue reading
And an Arlington advisor is named the state’s best.
Hearty thanks for lunch ladies Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring honored Renee Bigwarfe and Betty Wright as Volunteers of the Month at the April 23 Marysville… Continue reading
The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club regularly names Students of the Month from local high schools. Recent honorees have included: Owen Cromwell, Kamiak, a gifted musician… Continue reading
The award comes with a $5,000 honorarium.