Man sentenced for his 28th felony — criminal impersonation

David Elmer, 46, of Everett, was already serving time for a wild car chase.

Emotional day for families as wrongful death bill is passed

It would give parents a chance to file claims and recover damages for the loss of an adult child.

Ballots in the mail for local fire and hospital elections

Voters in five taxing districts — including Marysville and Monroe — have an April 23 deadline.

Sultan man allegedly punched boy, burned him with blow dryer

Mother said boyfriend did not want 3-year-old taken for urgent care. He was arrested Friday.

A water plant got a new roof. It collapsed months later.

The damage to the Everett-owned facility came after a series of winter storms dropped record snowfall.

He’s called the ‘King of Sultan,’ because everybody knows him

Patrick Hess, 20, talks to anybody and everybody. He also loves powerlifting and Eminem.

Sultan city councilman announces campaign for mayor

Russell Wiita wants to help the city where he grew up.

Appeals court upholds new Sultan annexation, development

The 80 acres in dispute fall within the Urban Growth Area set by the state.

Sultan High School pays out $87K over injury in woodshop

A teen’s finger is expected to be amputated. The family initially sought $3 million in damages.

Republicans look to keep grip on seats in 39th District

Concerns about roads, water and gun rights dominate the candidates’ conversations on the campaign trail.

A chance meeting leads to dramatic rescue near Glacier Peak

The Pacific Crest Trail was Katharina Groene’s first hike. She made it 2,500 miles. Then it snowed.

A Berniecrat win on Trump turf may not be too far-fetched

Democrat Ivan Lewis is battling Republican Robert Sutherland, and history, in the 39th district.

The cautionary tale of a backpacker caught in a snowstorm

There’s much to learn from this news conference about the helicopter rescue of a Pacific Crest Trail hiker.

Helicopter rescues hiker near Glacier Peak after snowstorm

A Sultan woman reported the German woman might be in danger when bad weather moved in. She was right.

4 hurt in crash that shut down U.S. 2 in Sultan

Two of the people had more serious injuries Monday night, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Test scores: Math still a struggle; science turnout low

There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.

Prior Sultan administrator abruptly quits new California job

Complaints in Sultan pushed Ken Walker to resign. He then found work as a manager for Inyo County.

Man convicted in US 2 ‘huffing’ crash, homicide loses appeal

A trooper had established probable cause to take a blood sample, according to the court ruling.