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Snohomish woman ends fast that focused on plight of orcas

Lanni Johnson had urged elected leaders to embrace removing dams on Snake River as one solution.

Downed power lines aren’t something to mess with

A demonstration showed what 2,300 volts of electricity can do to a hot dog Wednesday.

Oso body identified as Mount Vernon man missing since 2018

The body of Douglas W. Fister, 63, was found in water near the site of the Oso mudslide.

Seeking compromise on data privacy, Dems found controversy

Microsoft, Amazon and Comcast got invited to to help craft language but consumer groups did not.

Arlington man charged with murder of friend at remote lake

He said he repeatedly stabbed Mark Stebakov, also of Arlington, in self-defense, charges say.

Man sentenced for his 28th felony — criminal impersonation

David Elmer, 46, of Everett, was already serving time for a wild car chase.

Petition calls for South Whidbey Superintendent to resign

Jo Moccia says she’s committed to working together with parents to address issues.

Whidbey Island historian Roger Sherman dies at age 84

In the 1970s, the Sherman brothers helped to create Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.

Dozens of relatives and friends gathered Monday to wish LaVerne Bunney a happy 110th birthday at Brookdale Arbor Place in Everett. Her grandson, Doug Ware, watches Gideon Oravetz, 7, and Oden Roehl, 3, help blow out candles. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
‘Pretty amazing’ LaVerne Bunney parties on her 110th birthday

She was born in North Dakota in 1909. Surrounded by family on her special day, she keeps on smiling.

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