Natural wonders: Photos by Sultan’s Jim Stiles

Jim Stiles of Sultan often shares terrific photos with us on our Facebook page and in our reader galleries. We asked him if he would… Continue reading

You won’t have to look high or low for Easter egg hunt

Not interested in Easter events? Click here to skip to the other stuff. Wherever you are this weekend, chances are you won’t be far from… Continue reading

New Sultan police chief announced

Snohomish County sheriff’s Lt. Rob Beidler will be the new Sultan police chief. Beidler is scheduled to be sworn in Thursday night, city officials said.… Continue reading

Vandals hit Sultan Post Office

Sultan police are investigating an overnight break-in at the Post Office at U.S. 2 and Fourth Street. Employees called 911 about 8 a.m. Thursday to… Continue reading

2 chances to catch up on proposed dam project

Hello Neighbors, For those of you who are interested, there are two meetings this week which PUD is providing to the public to get caught… Continue reading

Our Towns: Around the County

Darrington: Lookout restoration proposed A discussion about the proposed restoration of North Mountain Fire Lookout is the topic at the Darrington Area Business Association meeting… Continue reading

Sultan police chief to be reassigned

The city is changing police chiefs within the coming weeks. Sultan Police Chief Jeff Brand, a lieutenant with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office,… Continue reading

Super Kid: Riley Jordan, Sultan High School

Q: Did you grow up in Sultan? A: Yes. I’ve always lived here. Q: What is like growing up in a small town? A: It’s… Continue reading

  • Mar 24, 2013
  • By Diana Hefley Herald Writer
  • LifeSultan

Around the County

Arlington: Art, music on tap Arlington High School plans to hold its annual Art Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the Byrnes… Continue reading

Hoop tourney set for Sultan

The city, along with the Sky Valley Chamber of Commerce, is organizing a 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Sept. 7. The city is set… Continue reading

Front Porch: Stretch your time and budget

Instructor Denice Ullestad is to teach a workshop on stretching your time and budget using clever ways to make two dinners from one. The workshop… Continue reading

Sultan devotes week to safety, health

Firefighters in Sultan plan a series of safety-themed events next week as part of national Emergency Medical Services Week. All of the events… Continue reading

Theft drains Sultan VFW post of $90,000

The Veterans of Foreign Wars post here is reeling after a thief emptied its bank accounts, siphoning away more than $90,000. “There is… Continue reading

Poignant gift of $9 is start to rebuilding VFW’s coffers

When $90,000 is missing, every gift helps. Even $9. That modest amount arrived in a letter to Herald writer and editor Scott North, with instructions… Continue reading

Bus crash is scenario for drill in Sultan on Tuesday

A staged school bus crash is planned in Sultan on Tuesday morning. Folks in town will see a school bus on its side… Continue reading

Photo from Sultan school bus drill

Reminder, folks: The school bus crash in Sultan today is a drill. More info in Saturday’s story. Here’s a picture of the scene from the… Continue reading

Standing tall for the fallen

Retired Marine Corps Sgt. Chuck Lewis is walking for the fallen. U.S. soldiers, sailors and Marines killed in war or those who returned… Continue reading

Sultan teen battling disease gets VIP tour of Cabela’s

Christopher Butler knew his grandmother was taking him to Cabela’s on Friday, but he had no idea that 20 employees would cheer him… Continue reading

3 people seriously injured in crash near Sultan

Three people were seriously injured Monday afternoon in a T-bone collision near Sultan. The crash was reported about 4:30 p.m. in the 27700… Continue reading

Sultan man joins world-caliber Pokemon ranks

It took math skills, foresight and luck. It took a year of nearly nonstop play in hard-fought battles. It took a lot, but… Continue reading