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Skull of man missing since 2000 found in Greenbank woods

A hunter discovered the skull of a Freeland man, who had been reported missing on Dec, 23, 2000.

Man accused of Arlington rape, murder-for-hire plot on trial

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Adults escape from house fire, but dog dies, in Marysville

The Snohomish County Fire Marshal was investigating the cause of the fire.

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Don Vanney, Jr. is running against Mayor Barb Tolbert, who has been in office since 2012.

School, friends helped Legacy High senior find confidence

Fahana Bijapuri, 17, had a hard time moving here from India. She has since been class president.

More overnight rolling slowdowns on I-5 this week

The work for the Lynnwood Link Extension will impact traffic between Lynnwood and north Seattle.

County’s median household income is $87,000; second in state

Seattle squeeze forces tech workers to move elsewhere, while local economy grows with higher wages.

Covenant Art Glass owners Stan and Colleen Price plan to retire at year’s end after being in business since 1979. Stan Price’s glass pieces will be on sale in November at their Everett shop. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Glass artist is saying goodbye, but first a whale of a sale

After 40 years running Covenant Art Glass, Stan and Colleen Price plan to retire in Wenatchee area.

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