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Sabrie and Steve Taylor watch their daughters, Oshinaye and Veronika Taylor, play soccer in 2016 for Marysville Getchell High School. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Marysville parents create free, safe space for teens at night

They hope to deter young people from making dangerous choices. The drop-in center opens Saturday.

Put down your phone and keep your eyes on the road — or else!

The smashed car is a selfie magnet and a powerful message to the dangers of distracted driving.

A truck parked on along 39th Avenue SE near Archbishop Murphy High School. Snohomish County prohibits parking along streets with double yellow lines if other vehicles have to cross over the center line too pass. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
No parking here: but that isn’t obvious to all

One reader says signs near Archbishop Murphy HS are needed to remind drivers parking is prohibited.

Front Porch

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Man killed after being hit by train in Snohomish

The train crew blasted the horn and deployed emergency brake. It’s believed to be a suicide.

With 6 months left, Fire District 1 needs board member

The appointee will also serve on the South County Fire board for another two years.

Mayor Jennifer Gregerson (left) listens as Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough discusses a proposed measure for a manager-council form of government during a Mukilteo City Council in May. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
The severance pay saga continues at Mukilteo city hall

Members aren’t always on their best behaviors at Mukilteo City Council meetings. See for yourself.

Northshore eighth grader places second in history contest

Northshore Middle School eighth grader Andrew Da placed second at the National… Continue reading

Jury now weighs genetic-genealogy case of 1987 double murder

William Talbott is accused of killing a young Canadian couple. His lawyer says DNA doesn’t prove murder.

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