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With colored pencils and pens in hand, group gathers for creativity and conversation at the library.
Passenger flights out of Everett start Feb. 11, but Eastern Washington is not a destination.
New Year’s Eve party at the Everett senior center was a gift, a bequest from a man who died in 2018.
There’s grief but also gratitude as the stories of three people profiled in 2018 columns are updated.
Some memories still haunt this former EMT, whose “Partners For Life” borrows from ambulance work.
Their first date took them to the main branch’s coffee shop. They now share a home and a name.
Karri Matau, chosen to head charitable organization, will come full circle with her new role.
Close to home, an African-American DJ was attacked and a Monroe man wrote online about killing Jews.
A year after featuring 125th anniversary, preservation group features post-World War II buildings.
12 Days of Goodness is a program bringing together local elders with Hawks players from the past.
Longtime Everett man Ralph Lower, who died at 99, was a proud World War II veteran and avid boater.
Elizabeth Webber died in 2015, but her legacy is helping new generation through holiday card sales.
Everett’s Susan Ringstad Emery worked with Smithsonian artifacts at Polar Lab program in Anchorage.
UW siblings from Lake Stevens part of the group that will play at the Pac-12 Championship in California.
At 96, Peter Bellecy was recognized in Lynnwood by the French Legion of Honor.
“Now we know he’ll be with us forever,” says one mom celebrating parenthood on National Adoption Day.
With the theme “Angels Among Us,” Providence General Foundation event will honor Tulalip Tribes.
A procession of tow trucks is planned for Saturday’s funeral honoring Everett business owner Ron Hansen.
Jason Biermann describes duty with the Honor Guard, at sacred site where the standard is perfection.
Everett’s rules give candidates some slack. City code says to remove placards within 15 days.