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Car driver airlifted to Harborview after crash in Arlington

A sedan and delivery truck collided, and the sedan had to be cut in places to get the driver out.

New group calls for 100 women to each donate $100

It’s a new twist on giving based in Everett that will pool the money and donate it in $10,000 chunks.

Senior Damilka Ortega runs past flag-waving students flanking the entryway to Cascade High School for Wednesday’s first-ever Culture Night. She modeled a dress that she is carrying from Puerto Rico and recited her own poetry at the event. (Dan Bates / The Herald
Cascade honors its own whole world at first Culture Night

Parents, families join in a celebration of the many nations represented by the school’s student body.

Are lawmakers ready to cover the tab for prepaid postage?

It will cost the state nearly $5 million so that voters can keep mailing in ballots without a stamp.

Two reported injured by gunfire at Wiggums Hollow Park

Everett police are investigating the shooting as gang-related and are asking for tips.

Photos of the week

Herald photographers are out and about in Snohomish County

Poll: Will you accept the results of the Mueller report?

It’s been years of indictments, subpoenas and speculation. What’s your take?

Christmas House president Gregg Milne and treasurer Rosemary Randall receive a $5,000 check from John Cosner, Jan Brooks and fellow H.D. Fowler Co. employees. (Contributed photo)
Christmas House recently received a $5,000 donation

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In 1893, Snohomish County built its poor farm at Allen Prairie west of Monroe. Shown in this 1909 photo, it later became the site of Valley General Hospital, now EvergreenHealth Monroe hospital. (Courtesy Monroe Historical Society)
A mansion and a ‘poor farm’ are among Monroe’s missing places

An Historical Society program will tell stories of lost landmarks and inmates who built bricks.

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