Volunteers spent eight years repairing the 57-year-old North Mountain Fire Lookout. Last week, they gathered to celebrate.
Bruce Johnson, a.k.a “Charlie the Juggling Clown,” wants to pass his craft down to future generations.
Rev. Rasberry has hitched hundreds of couples over the years. After her husband died, she’s unsure if she can keep the place.
Joshamee “The Chief” Haazard is a costume prop maker in Monroe. He transforms trash into treasure.
First-ever event highlights local growers’ bounty and contributions to local community
The USS Gridley is one of the few women-led ships, attesting to a growing number of women in the U.S. military.
The Everett at Sea program offers outdoor, on-the-water lessons that “underserved youth” might not get otherwise.
Educators are redesigning Heritage High’s education model to support Indigenous students in a culturally competent way.
Dozens of artists are spray-painting Everett buildings and alleys in the four-day event. The public is welcome to watch.
Demand is higher at Snohomish County food banks than any point in the pandemic. An Everett food bank has limited its customers.
This club has been around for 83 years. They’ll tell you what rocks their world — and how to identify “leaverite.”
The emergency food distribution network began amid the pandemic. Demand was high — so high, the truck volume led them to move.
The spot “has huge importance to us,” one Tulalip tribal official said. Now, its future is largely up to the Port of Everett.
Think Tank Cowork’s owner hopes the facility will inspire other business owners to call Everett home.
Precinct Committee Officers are grassroots party races at the bottom of the ballot, maybe. The storylines are no less interesting.
A Stanwood trio plans to launch their first board game, using fungi and recycled materials to teach about Borneo rainforests.
Ranger Justin Sundstrom spends his days patroling for illegal shooting, picking up trash — and exploring a slice of paradise.
Summer Meltdown is in its 20th year. Attendees of the four-day festival converged on the new riverfront grounds Thursday.
Calls to the new Everett center have jumped 47% since the three-digit number rolled out. Gov. Inslee toured the facility Thursday.
In 2022, teams in south Snohomish County have helped 145 people get services like mental health or substance abuse treatment.