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Ahead of this weekend’s big wedding, she remembers her time among royalty.
When signs of memory loss appear, slow the conversation down, make eye contact, let some things go.
Rod Shafer has had Sally, a macaw, on his shoulder for years, even while bicycling around town. (Video)
Pat Gjerde returned to Afghanistan more than 20 years after being injured and honorably discharged.
Recalls state Rep. John Lovick, the former county executive and sheriff: “I just felt that hope was lost.”
In its fifth year, the music festival featured nearly 60 performances over the weekend.
The Gonzaga-bound senior star keyed Lake Stevens’ breakthrough season.
Classes at high schools all over Snohomish County were disrupted for 17 minutes in remembrance. [VIDEO]
The 80-year-old, who has been writing for The Herald since 1976, says it’s time to ‘hang up my hoochie.’
At a student-led rally to fight gun violence, one senior nearing graduation said she’s “almost safe.”
“Something needs to happen now,” says an organizer. She knew a victim of the 2014 shooting at MPHS.
With the 2018 Winter Games wrapping up, the club expects its informal classes to fill up quickly.
The girls were covered in soot and difficult to find in a burning apartment darkened by heavy smoke.
Thomas Resch had his late mom’s heartbeat and last note to him tattooed on his chest.
The hot-shooting Hawks kept pace in the race for the Wesco 3A boys basketball title with the win.
Women’s wrestling is a fast-growing college sport, and Kiley Hubby of Glacier Peak is a standout.
But with just one misspoken word, Nick Spicher became a media sensation.
The chicken dish actually has about 10 cloves per serving, but it’s still a garlic lover’s dream.
Cascade High School’s annual food drive brings in 80,000 cans, 1,800 presents and more than $30,000.
Competitors use only a map and a compass to navigate through remote terrain toward checkpoints.