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Verlot Corridor Manager Erica Keene laughs as Richard Bake, tech support for Snohomish County, talks to a 911 operator after installing the new pay phone at the Verlot Public Service Center on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 in Verlot, Wa. The installation by Snohomish County puts a permanent payphone in the town of Verlot, a valuable public safety asset in an area with little cellphone service. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
County, forest service install new payphone in Verlot

On the Mountain Loop Highway, where cell service is nonexistent, there are few options to call 911.

At Marysville Getchell High, School Resource Officers Chris Sutherland, right, and Jeremy Wood pose for a photo on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 in Marysville, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Cops share stories of trauma to encourage others to get help

The two Marysville school resource officers draw on their personal PTSD experiences.

Following 3 brothers, he’s living a family legacy at Murphy

Anthony Damitio, 17, plans on STEM studies after graduating from the Catholic school that’s now 30.

When a police dog arrived, arson suspect turns himself in

The detached garage, which had a car inside, was declared a total loss. Damage could reach $100,000.

Motorcyclist dies after collision with car in Everett

The crash Sunday resulted in the closure of southbound Evergreen Way for about three hours.

Hawthorne PTA ex-president charged with forgery, theft

Merridy Senger, 30, is accused of stealing from Everett’s most impoverished elementary school.

Judge: Wrongful death lawsuit over Highway 522 can proceed

The plaintiffs say median barriers are needed. The state says the road is safe, and major fixes are unfunded.

Bystanders stop man from fleeing alleged DUI crash in Everett

A series of incidents started in south Everett, moved to 41st Street before ending downtown.

Postal workers and other supportive union members take part in an informational picket in downtown Everett Monday. They oppose possible privatization of the U.S. Postal Service, which is being explored by the Trump administration. (Photo Bob James)
Postal workers rally, raise concerns about privatizing mail

In downtown Everett and across the nation, letter carriers make their case as White House pushes change.

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