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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.

Highway closed at Maltby Road after robbery suspects crash

Minor injuries were reported. The suspects’ car was believed to have been stolen.

The dining room. (Maria Matson / Whidbey News-Times)
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Everett police looking for masked man who robbed bank

He entered the KeyBank on 19th Avenue SE, demanded money and ran away.

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Van, palm print, DNA come to the fore in double-murder trial

A defense attorney challenged a key piece of evidence — a palm print — in the trial of William Talbott II.

One-way ferry fares for vehicles could increase by about $1

It’ll help pay for a new hybrid-electric ferry and converting 2 vessels to run on electricity and fuel.

A Senate seat is on the line and the dominos are set to fall

Rep. Stanford seems a shoo-in for the appointment. There’s a drama brewing for his job in the House.

Arlington science students embark on dramatic Martian rescue

Sixth graders at Haller Middle School built a life-size mock Mars Colony, complete with solar panels.

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