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At last, big new Boeing 777X takes flight from Paine Field

The plane flew for the first time Saturday. “All flight controls are good, very solid,” one of the pilots reported.

Honks, waves, flags and flowers for Everett’s tattooed patriot

Fans have been honoring Samiu Bloomfield, who died Sunday, at his favorite corner on Broadway.

Terrace boys pull away in second half to beat Shorecrest

Muhammed Kinteh scored 21 of his 25 points in the second half, leading the Hawks to a Wesco 3A/2A win.

Some old Snohomish County road names are rural vestiges

Roads with names aren’t uncommon. Some of the older ones’ namesakes are legacies of local history.

Coming Sunday: Unauthorized marinas on the Snohomish River

This week on “Herald Headlines,” reporter Joey Thompson previews a story about boats parked illegally.

A little more snow, a little more slipping and sliding

A newly forecast storm was expected late Tuesday. Meanwhile, U.S. 2 was closed for a third day.

Glacier Peak boys remain perfect, steamroll rival Jackson

The unbeaten Grizzlies ride their smothering defense to a resounding 60-27 win over the Timberwolves.

Our reporter insists the Grouchy Chef is not grouchy

Andrea Brown talks about a visit to the Grouchy Chef restaurant. She says he simply has high standards.

Everett’s Rob Schwertley, 40, performs all The King’s hits as Elvis tribute artist Robbie Dee, but his favorites are Presley songs from the 1970s. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Inspired by The King to sing, they’re Elvis tribute artists

Still beloved by many, Presley, born Jan. 8, 1935, would be celebrating 85th birthday had he lived.

Everett’s Rob Schwertley, 40, performs all The King’s hits as Elvis tribute artist Robbie Dee, but his favorites are Presley songs from the 1970s. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Mariner boys defeat Jackson for 1st time since 2009

The Marauders roll to a 68-52 win thanks to stingy defense and a great night at the free-throw line.

Glacier Peak girls race past Lake Stevens in Wesco 4A showdown

Keyed by a 15-0 third-quarter run, the Grizzlies surged past the Vikings for a pivotal 66-52 win.

Survivor of boat disaster: ‘Sleeping to swimming’ in minutes

Said crabber Dean Gribble Jr., of Edmonds: “It happened really fast. Everybody was trying to get out.”

The stories we told: A look back at The Herald’s features of 2019

Twelve stories — one for each month — about the people, places and things that made for a memorable year.

GP girls mount big rally, fall short in loss to Mt. Spokane

The Grizzlies take the lead after trailing by 19 at halftime, but come up just short in a 58-55 loss.

Stevens Pass opens with new lifts and terrain, shorter lines

Upgrades boost the capacity of the hill and offer more runs for beginner and intermediate shredders.

Meadowdale girls hold off Snohomish in Wesco 3A/2A clash

The Mavericks build a 16-point lead, then fend off a late Panthers comeback bid to earn a 47-41 win.

Knights in shining armor live out their Arthurian fantasies

Live-action role players in the Everett-based Barony of Aquaterra recreate life in the Middle Ages.

WATCH: Silvertips’ Kindopp scores the Teddy Bear Toss goal

The team captain scored his 22nd goal of the season to send the bears flying toward the ice

Meet the sorta new guy

“Herald Headlines”: Reporter Ben Watanabe discusses light rail, the waterfront and Everett.

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