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Author and people here remember Oct. 12, 1962, when a big blow born of a typhoon claimed 46 lives.
Patti Soper-Roodzant, who died in a crash last month, was a tireless bright light at a Safeway in Everett.
Blogger Richard Porter looks to the past, finds stories of characters who exemplify city’s grit.
“I was just photographing a person named Ted,” says the Pulitzer Prize-winner, who lives in Everett.
Cruelty in sixth grade stuck with her, but a student from Lake Stevens turned it into a positive.
Now moored at the Everett Marina, they hope to trade their Cruise-A-Home for sailing the world.
Vocal victims are brave, but rare. ‘We’re not in a changed world yet.’
Marysville’s Preston Dwoskin works for a transition program that aims to foster job opportunities.
It’s retirement time for Donna Leifer, 88. who is closing the outdoor wedding venue.
The agency hosted a conversation about poverty at its annual awards event.
With work near South Lynnwood Park complete, public invited to take a stroll or ride on new section.
Before his 21st birthday, he left his Granite Falls home to “get out there” and hike 1,200 miles.
The Edmonds man started Support 7 and aided police, firefighters and those affected by crises in south county.
Old friends enjoy a tour and lunch at their alma mater, a campus that looks mostly new to them.
Theaters in Edmonds and Everett give their applause to Justin Tinsley, who’s hoping to beat cancer.
Kevin Hines will share his challenges with mental illness at a fundraising event for Compass Health.
Wesley Schierman, who died in 2014, was a prisoner with John McCain in the “Hanoi Hilton.”
Before International Overdose Awareness Day, a local gathering aims to counter stigma of addiction.
The Everett City Council will take its time before settling on a name for a park near the new YMCA.
At Everett Art Walk, people hear from women whose ancestors were responsible for church’s treasures.