Snohomish wetland could become a major attraction for bird watchers

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Nick Pate of Raising Cane Ranch is one of the first farmers in Snohomish County to adopt agroforestry, a practice that mimics natural ecosystems while producing food. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Farming with trees: food in a future with climate change

Agroforestry, a farming practice that mimics natural ecosystems, is taking root in Snohomish County.

Come fall, Index students will see changes to the old school

The district received a state grant to renovate its campus. About 40 kids go to school there.

Project manager Scott Gibson demonstrates the approximate size of one unit. (Julia-Grace Sanders / The Herald)
PUD customers buy up all those tiny solar energy investments

All 7,290 units in the Arlington solar array were spoken for within a month of going up for sale.

County’s top two health officials depart abruptly

The Board of Health on Tuesday accepted the resignations of Dr. Mark Beatty and Jefferson Ketchel.

Two toddlers hurt after falling from apartment windows

The Everett-area boys fell from two and three stories high onto bark and a wood deck.

The dining room. (Maria Matson / Whidbey News-Times)
Wanted: Perfect home for tiny dollhouse masterpiece

The 3-story mansion has detailed, lifelike rooms crafted by an artist with an obsession for details.

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Police: Man hid from cops in attic of Alfy’s Pizza in Everett

He’s also suspected of calling in a false burglary report to try and make the police leave.

No one injured in Oso crash involving lumber and fuel trucks

The early morning collision sent logs and debris across the road, closing Highway 530 for hours.

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