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Front Porch: Herald writers talk about Reardon reporting

Reardon topic of talk A radio interview about The Herald’s recent reporting on Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon is set to air from 4 to… Continue reading

Charges filed in stabbing death of Marysville man, 82

Prosecutors don’t believe the killing of a Marysville man was motivated by his criminal past. Instead, evidence indicates that Arthur Schroeder, 82, was… Continue reading

Roll Call: Legislature

HOUSE House Bill 1044, Engrossed House Bill 1044: Mandatory health plan coverage for voluntary abortions. Passed the House on Feb. 22 by a vote of… Continue reading

Everett driver arrested after man injured in 2nd of 2 wrecks

An Everett man with a suspended driver’s license was arrested Thursday for investigation of vehicular assault after allegedly racing away from one crash… Continue reading

Everett group finding wisdom, growth in Kabbalah

Cafe Zippy is Everett’s home of poetry readings, live music, a hang-out for progressive activists and, oh yes, those steaming, foamy-topped caffeinated drinks so associated… Continue reading

Everett bank robbed Friday night

Police in Everett were investigating a bank robbery that took place Friday night. The robbery was reported just after 5 p.m. at the… Continue reading

Lynnwood police seek Walgreens robbery suspect

Police are asking for help in identifying the man who robbed a Lynnwood pharmacy Friday morning. The robbery was reported about 8 a.m.… Continue reading

Theft sets back Girl Scout troop’s fundraising efforts

It was more than a burglary of a downtown Marysville business. It also chiseled away at youthful innocence. Whoever broke into the State… Continue reading

Front Porch: Call before; you dig?

Call before; you dig? With nicer weather just around the corner, the Snohomish County Public Utility District is reminding people to plan ahead to prevent… Continue reading

Darrington police warn of Level 3 sex offender

Police are warning neighbors about a convicted rapist now living in the Darrington area. Gary Dwayne Young, 64, lives in the 26600 block… Continue reading

Inmate who died at jail was Snohomish man, 41

An inmate found dead Thursday at the Snohomish County Jail has been identified as Leon Benjamin Moore, 41, of Snohomish. Moore’s cause of… Continue reading

Faith Calendar

EVENTS Seattle Catholic Men’s Conference: Seattle Archbishop J. Peter Sartain headlines this all-day conference Saturday at Saint Mary of the Valley Catholic Church, 601 Columbia… Continue reading

A look at where speeders are being stopped

About a year ago, the Washington State Patrol launched a new anti-speeding initiative in Snohomish County. They analyzed data to find when and where the… Continue reading

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963) Sporting goofy hats, Mike Bailey, Peter Newland and Brent Ingram were picking up items for the YMCA Women’s Auxiliary rummage sale.… Continue reading

Vital Statistics

Deaths Adams, James, 70, Lynnwood Albano, Dorothy, 60, Edmonds Amdal, Marilyn, 83, Everett Anastasi JR, Joseph, 71, Langley Anderson, Eleanor, 93, Granite Falls Anderson, Robert,… Continue reading

‘Chemo brain’ often next battle for cancer survivors

Once patients finish the crucible of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy often required for cancer treatment, they are, with luck, declared cancer survivors. Yet for many… Continue reading

Aid from Providence charity no small thing to kids

They host Bingo parties and gourmet dinners, sell poinsettias and chocolates, and give their time to hospital gift shops. If you think that sounds like… Continue reading

Work begins soon to pick jury for capital murder trial

In a month, lawyers are expected to begin selecting a jury for the trial of an inmate accused of killing Monroe corrections officer… Continue reading

Wheels start turning at The Garage

Mark Jackson and Nerek Jackson, 5, hang out Saturday on the opening day of The Garage, a new indoor skate park on Rucker Avenue in… Continue reading

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963) “Did Columbus make a Mistake” was the title of the address the Rev. M.M. Stocker, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, would… Continue reading