Stanwood

Stanwood’s Hannah Mac embarks on a new musical direction

The singer-songwriter formerly known as Hannah Michelle Weeks has traded country twang for indie-pop emoting.

 

Old friends gather to remember Silvana School days

Most met as children, and are now in their late 60s to late 80s. They all get together once a year.

 

Arlington man dies after motorcycle crash in Silvana

Speed may have contributed to the motorcycle hitting a power pole along Pioneer Highway.

 

Stanwood firm looks to double its composting operation

Expansion of Lenz Enterprises’ facility calls for processing more hours each day and on Saturdays.

County requesting plans to reimagine Kayak Point Golf Course

The course, which has been closed since October, has watched revenue decline since 1994.

Staff who’ll be overseeing kids at Camp Killoqua this summer sing a song Thursday thanking donors to a capital campaign that raised almost $2.2 million for local Camp Fire programs. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

‘A jewel,’ Camp Killoqua spruced up by $2.1 million in gifts

Donors visit lodge to celebrate end of a capital campaign that will help more kids enjoy Camp Fire.

Staff who’ll be overseeing kids at Camp Killoqua this summer sing a song Thursday thanking donors to a capital campaign that raised almost $2.2 million for local Camp Fire programs. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

From ‘hero’ to stabbing suspect, Snohomish teen shows remorse

He allegedly confronted a man rummaging through a dumpster outside a restaurant earlier in June.

Carrie Westvang donated a kidney to her husband Robb in a recent transplant operation. The couple own Locals Espresso stands in Marysville, Stanwood and Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

23 years of marriage, 3 coffee stands, 2 kids — and a kidney

Carrie Westvang was a match for her husband Robb in a March transplant operation.

Carrie Westvang donated a kidney to her husband Robb in a recent transplant operation. The couple own Locals Espresso stands in Marysville, Stanwood and Arlington. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Jayden Fullerton is bringing home two diplomas this spring

A passion for math and computer science is taking the 15-year-old to UW Bothell two years early.

Graffiti threatened violence at Stanwood Middle School

Spray painted on a door were a tombstone and the words “Don’t come to school Tuesday.”

Racist, threatening graffiti found at Stanwood Middle School

A 17-year-old boy was arrested for investigation of harassment and malicious mischief.

Man dies after crashing off I-5 north of Stanwood

Alexis Ortega Verdin was driving north when he swerved off the freeway, according to state troopers.

Crow Island Farms brings French country cuisine to Stanwood

Chef-owner Dennis Newman shares his passion for wild game and one-pot cooking at the restaurant.

Future Olympians may be discovered on Camano this week

Kids are invited to try luge, the sport. Those with talent may be asked to train with USA Luge.

Suspect arrested in Arlington Heights drive-by shooting

It started as road rage. Hours after the gunfire, the suspect’s car was found — crashed into a pole.

Stanwood country-western bar celebrates 4th anniversary

Snohomish native Aaron Crawford, who played at Loco Billy’s on opening night, returns Saturday.

Prolific felon booked after chase in north Snohomish County

The man has had over a dozen felony convictions since 2000. Five of those were for eluding police.

As Mary Elaine Burgess, an Assistance League volunteer for 50 years, walks to receive the group’s Circle of Honor Award, Thursday, everyone in the Everett Golf and Country Club stands and applauds. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Assistance League member has 50-year history of helping kids

The nonprofit also honored a fire agency for helping students get clothes through Operation School Bell.

As Mary Elaine Burgess, an Assistance League volunteer for 50 years, walks to receive the group’s Circle of Honor Award, Thursday, everyone in the Everett Golf and Country Club stands and applauds. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

The beach is now accessible for all at Wenberg County Park

This summer, swimmers will find new docks and water access for those with mobility challenges.

Passing on insights learned from decades in the woods

Boyd Norton earned respect for his woodland wisdom and put up with a few gnome jokes along the way.