Lake Stevens’ Samantha Foley (right) attempts a clearing kick with Jackson’s Natalie Hawkins (left) trailing at Everett Memorial Stadium on Oct. 25. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Lake Stevens’ Samantha Foley (right) attempts a clearing kick with Jackson’s Natalie Hawkins (left) trailing at Everett Memorial Stadium on Oct. 25. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

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An artist’s rendering of the new ferry terminal under construction in Mukilteo. (Washington State Department of Transportation)
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After fish season, work begins in August for in-water structures. Terminal on track for fall 2020.

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Prosecutor wrestles with policy to avoid simple possession cases, but lacks staff to pursue them.

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A Lake Stevens woman was arrested after allegedly using drugs in an SUV with her kids, ages 3 to 15.

Mayor Cassie Franklin pushes off her first ride Friday morning during a launch event for an e-scooter pilot program. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
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A hundred rentable battery-powered scooters have begun dotting — and darting around — Everett streets.

Report: Man under U.S. 2 aimed gun at deputies, who shot him

A Lake Stevens man was drinking and acting suicidal before he was killed in 2018, a new report says.

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Free luge sessions draw young daredevils to Camano Island

Children 9-13 years old learned luge sledding — on wheels, for now — with the help of Team USA.

Carbon-fiber aerospace supplier plans north county plant

Boston-based Web Industries expects to employ 70 at a new manufacturing facility in Marysville.

After year of debate, Everett has new high school boundaries

Board members unanimously approved the changes, which take effect in 2020, starting with freshmen.

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