County councilman proposes banning safe injection sites

Nate Nehring says county officials also should find “credible, long-term solutions to addiction.”

Definitely not Christmas in July for parched young trees

“I live in Washington. I should not have to water a Christmas tree,” says one grower. But they did.

Housing Hope honors Volunteers of the Year

This past fiscal year, Housing Hope volunteers gave 3,375 hours of time. At a recent Everett AquaSox baseball game, Housing Hope honored its top volunteers… Continue reading

Saturday’s prep stars of the night

Bree Nichols, Snohomish soccer Nichols, a freshman forward, scored a goal and assisted on another in the Panthers’ 2-1 win over Marysville Pilchuck. The goal… Continue reading

Community Transit donates vans, buses to nonprofits

Community Transit recently donated 10 vehicles to 12 local community organizations. The vehicles had reached the end of their service life at the agency. Since… Continue reading

Stanwood home schooler follows passion for fire science

Wade Grant, 18, recently earned his high school diploma through a home-schooling program. He also completed a few classes at Stanwood High School… Continue reading

Stanwood schools website hacked, homophobic slur posted

On Thursday evening, someone posted an inappropriate message on the Stanwood Camano School District website. “The message was not a district statement and… Continue reading

Students return to brand new Lakewood High School

Hours after the doors opened to them for the first time Wednesday morning, there was evidence that high school students had been in… Continue reading

Stanwood’s Phillips’ run at Worlds ends after 1-1 performance

Stanwood wrestler Mason Phillips saw his run end at the Cadet Greco-Roman World Championships after one win and one loss Monday in Athens, Greece. Phillips,… Continue reading

Stanwood-Camano YMCA celebrates its first year

A celebration is planned to mark the end of the Stanwood-Camano YMCA’s first full year. It’s a year that has exceeded expectations, Executive… Continue reading

Stanwood’s Knights of Columbus help raise funds for veterans

Nearly 200 people attended a fundraising dinner in August meant to support military chaplains and to help send veterans to Europe for a… Continue reading

Public may soon have access to Camano’s Barnum Point Park

The vision for a new 129-acre park at Triangle Cove, complete with several miles of bluff trails and a mile of waterfront… Continue reading

Area wrestling experts talk Stanwood’s Phillips

Here’s what a collection of area wrestling experts (in alphabetical order) had to say about Stanwood rising senior Mason Phillips, who will represent the United… Continue reading

Part 3 of local wrestling series: Phillips in his own words

By Mason Phillips Special to The Herald If you would’ve told me last summer that I would be representing the United States and wrestling at… Continue reading

Highway 532 culvert work expected to wrap up this weekend

Construction crews are wrapping up work on a large fish culvert under Highway 532 and hope to reopen the main route from Stanwood… Continue reading

Lake Goodwin drowning victim is identified

The man who drowned in Lake Goodwin has been identified as William D. Jensen. Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies reported that Jensen was ejected… Continue reading

Everett teen wants to help people be politically informed

Zack Demars, 18, grew up in Everett and graduated from Cascade High School in June. He plans to attend the University of Oregon… Continue reading

Collegiate honor society inductees

Local residents initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Arizona State University: Corrie Wilder, of Bothell, Sarah Blais and Linda Walsh, both of… Continue reading