Motorcyclist dies in crash Friday morning near Snohomish

The Snohomish man, 48, was southbound on Springhetti Road. He hit a car backing out of a driveway.

Who am I? The shifting faces of a man found in Lake Stickney

He had been shot. His body was found in 1994. Now we have better sketches, but still no name.

Thousands of Monroe kids are back to school in new buildings

The new schools were built with money from a $111 million bond passed by voters in 2015.

In local politics, it’s 2019 already: Sullivan eyes treasurer

The term-limited county councilman files paperwork for a new office as others consider his present post.

No injuries in pellet gun incident at south Everett Walmart

The store on Evergreen Way was evacuated, and a man was detained.

100 women = $8K for local charities

100+ Women Who Care of South Snohomish County has donated approximately $10,000 to two local nonprofits this year. The group in May donated $4,050 to… Continue reading

Accuracy of gas station pumps getting checked less and less

The agency in charge of weights and measures is inspecting a wide array of meters with reduced staff.

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EVENTS 9/11 memorial ceremonies Local communities plan memorial ceremonies to remember those lost in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Edmonds: 9:11 a.m. Sept. 11… Continue reading

Kamiak alum graduates from Marine Corps officer training

U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Samuel Stewart graduated Aug. 18 from Officer Candidates School in Quanitco, Virginia, and received his officer’s commission Aug. 24 at… Continue reading

Super Kid: He has his eye on a future in politics

River O’Connor already has made a splash with his computer skills.

Man shot to death in confrontation with police in Stanwood

The man’s girlfriend told 911 he had a weapon and had assaulted her.

Woman dies in south Everett hit-and-run

She was hit while crossing the street near Silver Lake. The driver of the vehicle fled the scene.

Everett police investigating after body found in hallway

The man was inside the Commerce Building on Hewitt Avenue, but other details are unknown.

Devin Boyd at Forester Pass in Sequoia National Park. At 13,200 feet it is the highest point on the Pacific Crest Trail. (Photo Devin Boyd)

On Pacific Crest Trail, some days golden, other times down

Before his 21st birthday, he left his Granite Falls home to “get out there” and hike 1,200 miles.

Devin Boyd at Forester Pass in Sequoia National Park. At 13,200 feet it is the highest point on the Pacific Crest Trail. (Photo Devin Boyd)

Oak Harbor WWII quonset hut may be the last of its kind

The Navy’s Homoja huts were used to house servicemen through the 1960s.

Class Reunions (Sept. 9, 2018 edition)

Cascade, 1978: The 40th reunion is 6-10 p.m. Oct. 13 at Angel of the Winds Resort and Casino, 3438 Stoluckquamish Lane, Arlington. More info: eventbrite.com,… Continue reading

School garden reaps rewards for summer camp kids

Students attending summer camp at Eagle Creek Elementary School in Arlington got to keep some fruits of their classmates’ labors. Students took home bags of… Continue reading

Students get back-to-school boost from Rotary

The Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club recently marked its 15th Back to School Shopping Event. A total of 52 students, from Spruce and Mountlake Terrace elementary schools,… Continue reading

Motorcyclist killed on U.S. 2 in Monroe

The man was 38, of Snohomish. He was struck by a Ford Bronco.

Photos of the week

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