Tribes and governments file closing briefs in tax lawsuit

At stake are millions of dollars in revenue from the Tulalips’ Quil Ceda Village business district.

Getchell grad awarded Knights of Columbus scholarship

The Marysville Knights of Columbus awarded its 2018 Thomas LaMere Memorial Scholarship of $1,000 to Marycruz Morales, a graduating senior from Marysville Getchell High School.… Continue reading

Latest honor for teen scientist: BioGENEius

Sriharshita Musunuri, a Henry M. Jackson High School senior, received high honors at the International BioGENEius Challenge, a competition for high school students that recognizes… Continue reading

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EVENTS Lunchtime tunes in Everett Music on the Plaza is back this week. The lunchtime concerts are held 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays through… Continue reading

The Clipper staff take home journalism awards

Everett Community College student journalists won 16 awards from the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators for their work with the college’s student media organization,… Continue reading

Catholic school knits scarves to help keep homeless warm

During the school year, teacher Patti Melton volunteers to lead a knitting group for families and students at St. Thomas More Parish School in Lynnwood.… Continue reading

Deaths of two Lynnwood High School students stun community

An 11th grader took his own life Saturday, and a senior died Monday, the Edmonds School District said.

Two drivers dead after head-on US 2 crash near Snohomish

A truck crossed the centerline and hit a minivan after 10 p.m. Monday.

Mukilteo teachers authorize strike and pack another meeting

They brought their contract beef to school district headquarters for a third time.

Learn to protect your house from wildfire at Gold Bar event

As fire season arrives, Fire District 26 is offering tips about preparation and survival.

Titus Will of Snohomish received a bill from The Everett Clinic for $1.36 million for a visit to a walk-in clinic. Other Everett Clinic patients also received bills with miscalculated balances that were corrected. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

$1.36 million for a doctor’s visit to The Everett Clinic?

Some patients got sticker shock when they opened their May bills. Another was for $3.6 million.

Titus Will of Snohomish received a bill from The Everett Clinic for $1.36 million for a visit to a walk-in clinic. Other Everett Clinic patients also received bills with miscalculated balances that were corrected. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Big Eddy drowning victim was from Sultan

The body of Joseph R. Pike, 35, was recovered from the Skykomish River east of Gold Bar.

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EVENTS Orca stories in Everett Hear some Killer Whale Tales, 1 p.m. Saturday at the Northwest Stream Center at McCollum Park, 600 128th St. SE,… Continue reading

Judge orders prison in Monroe to provide Ramadan meals

Several Muslim inmates said officials had refused to do so. A lawsuit led to the court order.

Man with gunshot wound found at burning house outside Arlington

The wound was apparently self-inflicted, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Supreme Court affirms tribes in case of salmon and culverts

Justices were divided 4-4, letting stand a lower court decision against the state of Washington.

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Skull found in Whidbey storage unit was Native American

A storage-unit “picker” found it last fall. The state forensic anthropologist analyzed it.

Herald Super Kid this week is Kamiak High School senior Kate Neumeister, who last year as a junior was named the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County’s 2017 Youth of the Year. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Kamiak senior is drawn to the compassionate side of nursing

The 2017 Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County’s Youth of the Year will attend Seattle University.

Herald Super Kid this week is Kamiak High School senior Kate Neumeister, who last year as a junior was named the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County’s 2017 Youth of the Year. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Red brick path in Granite Falls will honor those who served

Nearly 400 names have been submitted for the walkway planned for the new high school grandstands.

Mysa Tran, 29, bought Riverview Market & Cafe in 2016 and added a menu with American and Asian cuisine to expand the customer base. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Med school’s got nothing on this tiny market in Lowell

Tucked into a cozy enclave of Everett, the Riverview offers customers their “own little paradise.”

Mysa Tran, 29, bought Riverview Market & Cafe in 2016 and added a menu with American and Asian cuisine to expand the customer base. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)