Members of nonprofit Timber Framers Guild built the structures, each “a piece of art.”
Walt Gillette and Saundra Cope are now Boeing retirees with focus on local arts, culture and children.
“When we got the first money, I cried,” says food bank organizer. Group ready to pick next recipient.
WSU’s medical college is starting an Everett-based internal medicine residency. New docs will come here.
Tyler Fryberg and his former teacher finish 1,000-mile challenge to support Leah’s Dream nonprofit.
Color Me Important, a Lake Stevens woman’s effort, gives teachers supplies that represent diversity.
Vintage cars wowed neighbors in north Everett. Organizer hopes Cruzin’ to Colby will be back in 2021.
Mill Creek workers helped deliver her big donation. Experts see a critical need for food assistance.
As a girl, she broke down a racial barrier. An elementary in the Northshore district is named in her honor.
At Everett schools for 50 years, he taught German, history and culture, and was a popular substitute.
Marysville’s Farlan Dubarry fought on Okinawa. Before the pandemic, he was invited to Hawaii ceremony.
Programs by the YMCA and the Boys & Girls Clubs will include paraeducators and mental health support staff.
Children are the winners as Murdock Trust’s $500,000 adds to fund drive aimed at raising $25 million.
Marysville druggist sells portion of century-old business to Rite Aid, but her shop’s getting a reboot.
Digital link was a first for Everett’s Providence hospital. Now, technology lets kids learn from home.
Machias native, author of “Pilchuck Reflections,” was watching a movie in Everett when the news came.
Bowlers statewide are rallying to open venues shut by COVID rules, but this Everett business isn’t waiting.
Vacation was fine despite social distancing and masks, but the image of her alone is hard to bear.
Devastating loss of her daughter led Cynthia Mitchell to turn to reading, writing about eternity.
The club is celebrating its 100th anniversary by donating books for Little Free Libraries.