Lynnwood

25 years later, they still hope to find their daughter’s body

For her parents, detectives and prosecutors, it’s less a whodunit than a question: Where’s Tracey Brazzel?

Neil Hubbard plays the bagpipes in front of a memorial at Floral Hills cemetery in Lynnwood Monday morning. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Memorial Day tradition continues in Lynnwood amid pandemic

Loved ones placed flags at Floral Hills cemetery as bagpipes played in the distance Monday morning.

Neil Hubbard plays the bagpipes in front of a memorial at Floral Hills cemetery in Lynnwood Monday morning. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

No parades, but cemeteries open, flags up for Memorial Day

Recognizing the holiday is more complicated this year, but local groups are doing what they can.

Spring cleaning during shutdown? Goodwill taking donations

Cars lined up to give away stuff in Lynnwood. In masks and gloves, the nonprofit’s workers were on the job.

Lynnwood man, 27, charged with murder in parking spot spat

Police believe Alex Valdovinos shot Demarcus Bell of Tacoma in the back of the head March 28.

Lynnwood ex-employee charged with DUI crash in city van

A jogger survived serious injuries, but she reportedly had no memory of the crash or the days after.

Use of force investigated after man taken into custody

A team of Snohomish County detectives will determine if the injuries occurred before or during a police encounter.

Masks, social distancing challenge interpreters for the deaf

“In sign language, all the grammar and tenses are in the facial expressions.” says Marissa Foley.

Costco shoppers, you gotta wear masks starting Monday

Whole Foods will offer free masks at the entrance and is “requesting” customers cover their faces.

Rapid coronavirus tests make drive-thru debut in county

Gov. Inslee clears way for elective surgeries but won’t say how long stay home order will be extended

Snohomish County picks favored light rail station locations

To anticipate development, the county is suggesting preferred locations 15 years before they’ll be built.

Mask-makers sew lifeline for Lynnwood nurses and 1,000s more

Can’t sew? No problem. Neither could Nikki Speaks, founder of a group that has made 3,000 masks.

Stimulus checks are going for guns, guitars and ganja

The $1,200 coronavirus relief payments also provide much needed money for food, rent and bills.

Bike shops and trails in Snohomish County are open and busy

Nice weather and a litany of outdoor activity restrictions are nudging people to hop on bicycles.

Foiled gut bomb: Robot probes burrito under police truck

A man allegedly set fire to a suspicious object under a Lynnwood police truck in the department lot.

Four people hurt in 3-car crash on Alderwood Mall Boulevard

One person was taken to Harborview Medical Center, and one driver is suspected of DUI.

Edmonds College is the new name as school drops ‘Community’

The availability of bachelor of applied science degrees is the reason for the change, its president says.

Donations enable restaurant to feed hospital workers

For $250, Pho Nguyen’s House in Lynnwood will deliver lunch to 30 medical staffers.

Lynnwood teacher’s Arctic trip inspires kids to ditch plastic

In the frigid north, Jennie Warmouth saw polar bears — and trash. It changed lunchtime at Spruce Elementary.

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