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Everett’s pedestrian span has been a dream for decades. Some recall when millworkers took the stairs.
Lenora Bruce, a single mother of six whose family was once helped, founded the Marysville nonprofit.
Born in North Dakota in 1909, Everett woman celebrated in April with generations of family members.
College keeps Feather Star, an image of sculpture that survived fatal ’87 fire, as its official logo.
Contents of 1920 YMCA time capsule to be revealed before walk from downtown to new building on Colby.
Bob Nelson, who created musical archive of coffeehouse era, now lives with his wife at Sunrise View.
In a life devoted to family and community, she served long and well. Friends remember a caring spirit.
In Arlington, students can see and touch a 13-foot steel beam recovered from the World Trade Center.
The Snohomish County Music Project moves downtown from what used to be a movie theater at the mall.
At last, there’s a modern and spacious campus for north Everett kids in sixth, seventh, eighth grades.
And in Everett, an A-plus Stuff the Bus drive collected items to fill more than 1,900 backpacks.
Military experiences will be preserved for all time, thanks to Library of Congress history project.
Hippies flocked to Sultan for Sky River Rock Festival in ’68. Today, big events come with regulations.
Now friends in their 40s, teammates from Marysville will reminisce over a winning Little League season.
Olympian Michael Phelps talks of his struggles in a documentary school leaders hope you’ll see.
What’s now Swedish Edmonds began with Dr. Olav Sola and others seeing need in south Snohomish County.
Police, firefighters and political leaders joined events where issues included homelessness.
Library of Congress leader Carla Hayden visits Sno-Isle staff and sees a former colleague in Everett.
Ian Davis-Leonard, now at Gonzaga, was 3 when his two moms welcomed our columnist into their Everett home.
Camp Prov welcomes kids to Forest Park for summer fun, and includes volunteers who have “aged out.”