SKYKOMISH — A 1-mile stretch of U.S. 2 was closed in both directions Sunday afternoon because of the Bolt Creek fire near Skykomish.
Geno Smith and the offense take home the top marks from a wild affair.
Rewarding positive behavior, whenever it appears, can be a very powerful tool for encouraging cooperation.
It depends on which generation you ask — but don’t ask the author’s kids. They’re into Nirvana.
The nation’s true joy and character can be found outside of touristy Athens and the islands.
Jerry Wennstrom publishes a book detailing his artistic body of work, which emphasizes feminine figures.
UniEnergy Technologies absorbed millions in public funds, then suddenly went dark. The company is accused of providing tech to China.
Mount Pilchuck is one of the most beloved hikes in the region. The 7-mile pothole-riddled road to get there? Not so much.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.
Where is Herb Sharpe’s $528 flight voucher from Air Canada? He’s been waiting for more than three months, but the airline hasn’t sent it yet.
On Orange Shirt Day, a national day of remembrance, the Tulalip Tribes honored those who suffered due to violent cultural suppression.
As I’ve watched Ken Burn’s new PBS documentary series, “U.S. and the Holocaust,” the common thread running throughout the history of politics is religion and ideology. Religion and ideology are often the same thing when one …
The veteran Democratic lawmaker will address recent legislation passed by Congress and other topics.
Gov. Inslee and Sen. Murray say removal isn’t feasible in the ‘near term.’ Neither is species’ survival.
State Auditor Pat McCarthy presented the award during the most recent Everett City Council meeting.
The CDC gave the governor an out from bad policy that has cost state workers theirs jobs.
Department heads will make their pitches in the next few days. Residents will get a say at a forum and two hearings this month
There’s agreement the court has shifted but debate about what standards are behind its decisions.
The five-term U.S. senator is a leader in the chamber yet works for needs of her constituents.
July 12, 1944 – July 4, 2022 Nadine Agnes Tigner (Klander) passed away on July 4, 2022 at home while bravely battling ALS. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. She was born on July 12, 1944, in Bellingham Washington, …
November 3, 1946 – Norsk Skjold Jomfru (Norwegian Shield Maiden) It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Solveig Svarthumle. Loving mother to Joe (Dawn), Cindy (Donny), and the late Heath, known fondly as Burger. …
July 2, 1947 – September 24, 2022 Doug passed away at home surrounded by family. Doug was born in Sisseton, S.D. to Evan and Olga Palm. He was the first born of five boys. The family moved to Oregon and they resided in the Creswell area where …
November 12, 1926 – On Sunday, September 25, 2022, Bruna Giovanna Padilla passed peacefully at age 95 in her home with family at her bedside. Bruna was born November 12, 1926, in Solignano, Italy to Giovanni and Angiolina Gabelli. As the …
November 19, 1941 – Pat Oman graduated from Everett High School in 1960 and she spent her most recent years back in Everett. The world is a better place because Pat Oman was in it. Her family and friends will deeply miss her laugh and quick …
Pat was a victim of a hit & run driver on 8/15/22 and succumbed to her injuries on 8/19/22. The family will share their Memories of Pat at a later date.
January 1, 1926 – September 14, 2022 Jim was born January 1, 1926, in Burlington, WA, the son of Norris McHeffey and Myrtle Stewart McHeffey. He died in Texarkana, Texas September 14, 2022. He was proceeded in death by his mother, father, his …
May 29, 1937 – Martha Jane Bradley, age 85, of Stanwood, WA went to be with her Lord & Savior on Friday, September 23, 2022. Martha was born May 29, 1937 in Massillon, Ohio to G. Fred Grimminger and Kathryn (Beitel) Grimminger. The family …
May 8, 1948 – September 23, 2022 Shareen Bowman, 74, of Everett, Washington, went to be with our Lord on Friday, September 23, 2022. She was born on May 8, 1948, in Everett, to Anton and Glenys Keller, oldest of three children. Shareen was …
November 1, 1988 – August 28, 2022 Our beloved son was born in Vasteras, Sweden. Kind, creative, brilliant, musical and deeply spiritual, he was taken from us far too soon. He was a free spirit with a sparkling sense of humor who loved fantasy …
Specifics about what ignited the flames remained under investigation. Meanwhile, all evacuation orders have been lifted.
The Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport full-size SUV has been refreshed for the 2021 model year.
A tax reform act in 1969 set national rules for philanthropic giving, providing a template for campaign finance.
Amazon is collecting its Ring videos into a TV show, turning surveillance into something ‘fun.’
Too often reporting tiptoes around the responsibility of fathers. This is more than an economy story.
Our models for teaching kids rely on corporate theories. It’s no wonder education doesn’t inspire them.
I have been riding horses on the trails at Lord Hill Regional Park since before it became a county park and was Department of Natural Resources land, and I have serious concerns about the future for equestrians in this park.
After a heart-breaking loss to Oregon, the Cougars bounce back for a 28-9 win.
A day after clinching a postseason berth, Seattle rolls past Oakland 5-1.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.
Teams from across the Pacific Northwest descend on Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville for the major cross country meet.
Baseball is fun again in the Pacific Northwest in a way that it hasn’t been in more than two decades.
The Seahawks hit the road to face the banged-up Lions in a matchup of 1-2 teams.
Ryder Bumgarner runs for 246 yards and the unbeaten Spartans defeat their archrival for the 1st time in 13 years.
Political action has begun in Congress to grant Boeing the extension it will need to get both the Renton-built Max 7 and Max 10 certified without any further design changes.
The hospital group has pushed back against the notion that Providence “intentionally takes advantage of those who are vulnerable.”
A search warrant points to Shayne Baker, 26, as the suspect in the killing of Scott Pullen at a storage facility in Everett.
March 23, 1945 – September 21, 2022 Mick was born March 23, 1944 in Bremerton, WA to Steve Zarana and Doris McGuire Zarana. He passed away Sept. 21 at Harborview Hospital with his loving wife Debbie by his side. He grew up in Issaquah, WA. The …
March 23, 1952 – September 18, 2022 Leslea Olson died suddenly on September 18th. She worked most of her career at Mill Creek Elementary where the students and staff became her other family. Leslea is survived by sisters Karen Boomer (Mike), …
June 2, 1941 – March 20, 2022 Catherine “Cathy” Grace Goodrich, beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away on March 20, 2022. Cathy was born on June 29, 1941, Orleans, IA, 1 of 7 siblings, Franklin Marnette, Montana “Ruth” …
November 26, 1954 – Ken was born Nov. 26, 1954 at Everett General Hospital, to Roy & Gloria Gepner. Ken enjoyed many adventures with his wife, family & friends, Such as Sailing, Camping, Traveling, Hunting & Fishing with a lot of …