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Cheryl Wilson helped raise her grandson, Maccoy Christy. He wanted to show her his appreciation.
There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.
Schools are boosting existing programs and adding new ones to help students keep up.
Sitting judges usually face no opposition, but this year’s race in Cascade District Court is different.
On the Mountain Loop Highway, where cell service is nonexistent, there are few options to call 911.
A new sign campaign tells deer hunters to look for any trace of missing Seattle hiker.
It has been more than 12 years since his wife and daughter were shot on the Pinnacle Lake trail.
Development was set to outpace sewer capacity, and upgrades could cost more than $15 million.
The state Healthy Youth Survey, given every other year, is scheduled for this month. It is optional.
Snohomish County’s Horses Count shows a desire for more trails and camping areas for riders.
In this video, the Herald opinion editor questions U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene and challenger Jeffrey Beeler.
The GOP candidate has raised little money, and state House Republicans don’t have much to help him out.
Crossroads High School students decorated the school’s restroom stalls with images and quotes.
The family of Sam Sayers presses on with a renewed search, six weeks after she went missing.
A search had started Monday near Glacier Peak, when his daily check-ins with his wife went silent.
Before his 21st birthday, he left his Granite Falls home to “get out there” and hike 1,200 miles.
Local high school cheerleaders participated in Universal Cheerleaders Association camps this summer and earned recognition. Teens attended UCA camps at the University of Puget Sound,… Continue reading
The Sno-Isle Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday evening to hire Lois Langer Thompson.
It’s an early step in a long process to review possibilities for the scenic byway.
“We have exhausted all leads and tips,” said a Snohomish County sheriff’s sergeant.