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Parents, families join in a celebration of the many nations represented by the school’s student body.
An Historical Society program will tell stories of lost landmarks and inmates who built bricks.
The new space in EvCC’s Monte Cristo Hall has cedar-plank walls to evoke the sense of a longhouse.
Irishman John Keane and his wife shun green beer, corned beef, 4-leaf clovers on St. Patrick’s Day.
War bride from Australia, Ruth May Scougale was EHS yearbook adviser who helped open Cascade.
An Everett man served aboard the Staten Island. The Polar Star now is one of just two U.S. icebreakers.
Local author helps memorialize Martin Comins, known as “Duke” of the mining boomtown in the 1890s.
A Transforming Lives Award winner helps with Peoria Home, which now shelters three women in Everett.
Save Our Communities group voiced many concerns over property values, noise, traffic and pollution.
Preservationists stage “heart-bombing” outside building the district plans to demolish for parking.
Ciera Graham, director of EvCC in Monroe, sees the value of community college for all kinds of students.
An Edmonds woman, a film fan, spearheaded an effort that will include locals on a hero-themed panel.
Scriber Lake High School’s book project produces a seventh volume, with teens telling personal stories.
Jackson High School’s new Turning Point USA club hosted Kyle Kashuv, who was at Stoneman Douglas High.
It’s an independently owned Art Deco beauty with one screen and a motto: “New movies at classic prices.”
From grief’s dark shadows, she knows other families suffer from addiction and loss.
Through pictures and conversations, a daughter learns a lot she hadn’t known about 96-year-old dad.
Over nearly 40 years, the esteemed Everett neurosurgeon has been a force for charities and the arts.
A documentary from the Tulalip History Project is a lesson in how one woman helped save her culture.
“Mukilteo Stands Behind Youth” will include a panel discussion and screening of “Suicide: The Ripple Effect.”