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Wesco 3A North football preview show

The Herald staff gives a look at stories, teams and players to follow throughout the season.

Wesco 4A football preview show

The Herald staff gives a look at stories, teams and players to follow throughout the season.

Education in the news: New superintendents, teacher raises

Political reporter Jerry Cornfield is the guest for this week’s “Herald Headlines.”

Prep football: Monroe eyeing bounceback season

After suffering growing pains last season, the Bearcats are ready to reclaim their spot in Wesco 4A.

Videos simulate tsunami waves on Washington coast, San Juans

This is what the state believes would happen in the moments after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake.

A salt marsh in recovery is gobbling carbon, gaining ground

Once drained for farming, 150 acres at Port Susan is returning to its natural state.

Friends and family of Dustyn Hunt-Bagby marched and chanted in front of the Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday to call attention to the apparent lack of progress in the investigation into his death. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)

Family wants Everett man arrested for Seattle musician’s death

Dustyn Hunt-Bagby was visiting his girlfriend near Silver Lake when her father allegedly shot him.

Friends and family of Dustyn Hunt-Bagby marched and chanted in front of the Snohomish County Courthouse on Monday to call attention to the apparent lack of progress in the investigation into his death. (Zachariah Bryan / The Herald)
Lou Rector pulls invasive plants Saturday morning at Hannabrook Park in Everett on August 17, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Volunteers are helping to clean up Everett’s forested parklands

The Green Everett Partnership aims to restore 354 acres of natural space in the city limits.

Lou Rector pulls invasive plants Saturday morning at Hannabrook Park in Everett on August 17, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Were you downtown Everett on Saturday for beer, food and fun?

If so, you might see yourself in this video.

Big contracts signal start of work on Lynnwood light rail

Reporter Noah Haglund discusses Sound Transit’s approval this week of contracts to extend the Link line.

A crew member works to setup a ride Wednesday afternoon at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Evergreen fair: come for giant squash, stay for lumberjacks

Find classic fair favorites and some new additions at the Evergreen State Fair through Sept. 2.

A crew member works to setup a ride Wednesday afternoon at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Prep football: New era begins for Jackson

The T-wolves open camp under the leadership of a new head coach for the first time in 21 seasons.

What can otters tell us about watershed pollution?

An Oregon professor spent a year on Whidbey studying river otters for insight into the environment.

Why fly from Everett to Spokane? They founded Father’s Day!

In this week’s “Herald Headlines,” we talk about Alaska Airlines’ evolving service at Paine Field.

Rucker construction blues: ‘We’ve gotten used to the shaking’

Downtown Everett businesses cope with road closures, debris and the roar of the jackhammer.

As his wife Heather looks on, John Norman gets a hug from his daughter Amber Nelson, and granddaughter Ashlee Nelson, right, after his replica of the Spirit of St. Louis flew for the first time from Arlington Municipal Airport on Sunday, July 28, 2019 in Arlington, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

This might be the best Spirit of St. Louis replica ever made

A plane like the one Charles Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic logged its first flight in Arlington.

As his wife Heather looks on, John Norman gets a hug from his daughter Amber Nelson, and granddaughter Ashlee Nelson, right, after his replica of the Spirit of St. Louis flew for the first time from Arlington Municipal Airport on Sunday, July 28, 2019 in Arlington, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Retiring FBI agent meets the baby boy he rescued 22 years ago

The man, now a U.S. Marine Corps Corporal, was kidnapped as an infant from a Lakewood hospital.

Stevens Pass cleanup nets plenty of trash — and some treasures

Garbage emerges when the snow melts. Volunteers also found beer, jeans and a 20-year-old pass.

Close County Council race, a firing at Mill Creek City Hall

In “Herald Headlines” for Aug. 8, reporter Noah Haglund discusses the primary election and a firing.

Instant primary election analysis by Jerry Cornfield

Our political writer discusses what he sees in the early returns of the Aug. 6, 2019, primary election.

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