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Mariner draft picks Brandon Williamson (left) and George Kirby. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Funko future: Top Mariner picks begin pro careers in Everett

First-rounder George Kirby and second-rounder Brandon Williamson could be the future of Seattle’s rotation.

 

Shubert Ho and his “Edmonds Kind of 4th” T-shirts and hats being sold to raise money for SnoCo Fire dept. The project was started by Ho in gratitude to firefighters for saving one of his restaurants when a building next door was on fire. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

It’s an ‘Edmonds Kind of 4th’ with Millennial grand marshal

Shubert Ho, 36, started a T-shirt fundraiser as gratitude for firefighters saving his restaurant.

 

The A-Team has poured beers at Bothell’s The Bine since Day 1

Bartenders Mallory Galash, Alethea Kendrick and Valerie Hackett have become close friends.

 

In May, 100 rentable e-scooters were placed in Everett and since have been whizzing down sidewalks in the city. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

E-scooters: more dangerous than Everett teen thought

Lily Rummel’s first ride will likely be her last, after colliding with a truck.

In May, 100 rentable e-scooters were placed in Everett and since have been whizzing down sidewalks in the city. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Lynnwood second-grade teacher ready for Arctic adventure

Jennie Warmouth leaves today for an 11-day fellowship to study polar bears and climate change.

Everett and the Storm both put on a show

Seattle got championship rings and beat the Phoenix Mercury at sold-out Angel of the Winds Arena.

‘We love Everett!’ A former Seattle business finds a new home

Displaced by big-city progress, Vintage Costumers brought its 40-year legacy north to Snohomish County.

Curious boy gets the story behind the name of Snohomish park

The 5th grader researched the life and legacy of Willis D. Tucker. The result amazed his teacher.

Free luge sessions draw young daredevils to Camano Island

Children 9-13 years old learned luge sledding — on wheels, for now — with the help of Team USA.

E.J. Silva, 57, foreground, and Clinton Jones, 69, both of Marysville, relax in lawn chairs and enjoy a little fishing Wednesday at the South Lake of Gissberg Twin Lakes county park, which is open year-round to all legal anglers. A $5 parking fee will be required there June 15 through Labor Day. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

$5 parking fee coming to Gissberg, Twin Rivers county parks

“Clean, safe and open” is the goal, but anglers and other visitors are unhappy about the new cost.

E.J. Silva, 57, foreground, and Clinton Jones, 69, both of Marysville, relax in lawn chairs and enjoy a little fishing Wednesday at the South Lake of Gissberg Twin Lakes county park, which is open year-round to all legal anglers. A $5 parking fee will be required there June 15 through Labor Day. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Cascade junior shakes off injury, wins twice at district track

Katie Nelson hurts her ankle, but goes on to win district titles in both the high jump and the triple jump.

Andrew Frank gets laughs during his stand-up routines at the Comedy Garage, a weekly comedy showcase and open mic at Tony V’s Garage, on Monday, May 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. Frank will be heading to Scotland to perform in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Tony V’s Garage turns into a laugh factory on Monday nights

Local comedians Blake Kiltoff and Kate Carlson Carlsen co-host Comedy Garage in Everett.

Andrew Frank gets laughs during his stand-up routines at the Comedy Garage, a weekly comedy showcase and open mic at Tony V’s Garage, on Monday, May 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. Frank will be heading to Scotland to perform in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Artist’s creative journey leads to Black Lab Gallery exhibit

Michael A. Knutson’s year in isolation at a remote cabin in Maine inspired many of his paintings.

At 85, some challenges come every day. On a particularly tough day, Everett’s Patricia Browning says she met “angels” who helped her through. One was a young man who changed her tire and graciously refused payment. Browning, who lost her daughter Peggy Strain (in photo on table) to cancer Friday, remains a believer in goodness. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

On a dark day, 85-year-old’s spirits were lifted by ‘angels’

A flat tire was fixed, a kind word was said. She recounts kind acts as her daughter neared death.

At 85, some challenges come every day. On a particularly tough day, Everett’s Patricia Browning says she met “angels” who helped her through. One was a young man who changed her tire and graciously refused payment. Browning, who lost her daughter Peggy Strain (in photo on table) to cancer Friday, remains a believer in goodness. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Snohomish softball tops Everett for another trip to state

The Panthers beat the Seagulls 6-4 and will play in the state tournament for the 6th straight season.

Mill Creek father and son teaming up to build a hydroplane

Peter Olesen, a freshman at Jackson High School, will race the boat this summer.

Edmonds looks to transform a prime piece of waterfront

After the Senior Center breaks ground on a new building, the city could complete a beach walkway.

This underwater photographer has made some friends beneath the sea

Drew Collins will cover local marine life and the issues they face in a May 14 talk in Marysville.