Snohomish

Anonymous bomb threat causes evacuation at Glacier Peak HS

The Snohomish School District said no credible threats were discovered and sent students home.

Darlene Harrington served with the U.S. Army Nurse Corps in Vietnam in1967-68. The 1963 graduate of Snohomish High School, then Darlene Wolfe, later served in the Army Reserve. “The memories are vivid,” she said. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

An Army nurse in Vietnam, she keeps patients in her heart

“Many of them probably didn’t make it all the way home,” says Snohomish woman, who spent a year at war.

Darlene Harrington served with the U.S. Army Nurse Corps in Vietnam in1967-68. The 1963 graduate of Snohomish High School, then Darlene Wolfe, later served in the Army Reserve. “The memories are vivid,” she said. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

He went from an ID-checking doorman to a certified cicerone

Blake Fitzgerald shares his extensive beer knowledge at Josh’s Taps and Caps in Snohomish.

Students at Riverview Elementary in Snohomish, (from left) Kalista Nguyen, Cade Yoder, Keagan Ard and Izzy Clare explain Wednesday how they used Story Maker technology to help make an animated movie, “The WonderGrove Wizard of Oz.” The project was part of their work in teacher Kimberlee Spaetig-Peterson’s class. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Snohomish students are filmmakers who animated update of ‘Oz’

Terry Thoren, former “Rugrats” producer, brings technology to classrooms.

Students at Riverview Elementary in Snohomish, (from left) Kalista Nguyen, Cade Yoder, Keagan Ard and Izzy Clare explain Wednesday how they used Story Maker technology to help make an animated movie, “The WonderGrove Wizard of Oz.” The project was part of their work in teacher Kimberlee Spaetig-Peterson’s class. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

The stories behind 4 supposedly haunted places in Snohomish

Ghost-hunting teams have conducted several well-publicized research expeditions there in recent years.

Not into frights? These non-scary attractions may be for you

New activities at the Snohomish Valley Festival of Pumpkins include carnival games, straw bale lifts and a day for dogs.

And so it begins: Water floods some Snohomish County roads

Flood warnings in Snohomish, Arlington, Monroe, Silvana and Sultan in effect until Tuesday night.

Explore the park that soars above the Snohomish River Valley

The 1,463-acre Lord Hill Park offers trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding near Snohomish.

In the 1890s, a cedar tree beckoned Snohomish cyclists

A local logger cut a pathway through the trunk to create a popular destination.

Dump truck, car collide on Highway 9 in Snohomish

The car driver had serious injuries and the highway was closed Tuesday afternoon.

Snohomish water supply flows again after teens’ illicit swim

A reservoir where teens took a dip in August holds some of the city’s drinking water.

Snohomish schools to ask for $470 million bond in February

Most of the money would go toward replacing and renovating elementary schools.

KKK painted on trees near multiracial family’s Snohomish home

Snohomish County deputies say an investigation is underway.

The 1968 addition at the Snohomish Carnegie library is close to being removed. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

Old Snohomish Carnegie library to be renovated in 2020

A 1968 addition to the building is set to be removed. The city is asking for construction bids.

The 1968 addition at the Snohomish Carnegie library is close to being removed. (Kevin Clark / Herald file)

ATVs to be allowed on many rural county roads under 35 mph

The County Council voted Wednesday to open up roads east of Highway 9 and some north of Marysville.

Band of ‘Bluegrass Ridge’ fame to make a tour stop in Snohomish

Husband and wife Carolyn and Daniel Routh front the Nu-Blu band playing Sept. 14 at the Thumb.

Man who died in wrong-way crash near Lynnwood is identified

The 26-year-old from Snohomish crashed into a concrete barrier on I-5 Sunday morning.

Jack Kuna, 17, is a equipment manager for the Snohomish football and is this week’s Super Kid. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

This Snohomish High senior gets in the game from the sidelines

Jack Kuna, 17, brings the footballs to the field. “I’m always there to help them out.”

Jack Kuna, 17, is a equipment manager for the Snohomish football and is this week’s Super Kid. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

‘One heartbeat’ is the mantra for Panther football

The Snohomish High season opener game is tonight. It’s the ‘glue that keeps the community together.’

Our reporter went to high school to learn about football

Andrea Brown became a Snohomish Panther for a time to soak up the culture surrounding the gridiron.

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