2 hrs ago
Pages for the history books: Diane Janes has been collecting tribal photos for years
Often when people on the Tulalip Indian Reservation have old photos of family members they can't identify, they call Diane Janes.
6 hrs ago
More free music on the way: Summer concert series planned for new downtown plaza
Wetmore Theater Plaza, the new community space in downtown Everett, is getting its first official event -- a summer concert series.
10 hrs ago
Guest Commentary / Everett's deep-water port: Build coal export facility at the K-C site
In reading the Everett Herald's April 28 article on coal trains, " Coal trains would worsen Marysville's traffic problem ," it occurred to me that Everett is in a position to eliminate all of the damage the trains will do to communities from Marysville to Cherry Point, and the city can make money doing it.
12 hrs ago
Man missing from Everett-area group home
Police are asking for help finding Gary L. Cox, 62, who was last seen May 18. Cox lives at a group home in the 2400 block of 104th Place SE, south of Everett, according to police.
Wed May 22, 2013
Red Cross volunteers ready to help Oklahoma heal
Bob Leighton is always ready to go and eager to help. After Hurricane Sandy last fall, his three-week stay on the East Coast was his 15th deployment as a Red Cross volunteer.
Fatal wreck: Problem lies with offenders' release
Regarding the letter, " Police need new 'no-chase' rule s": The loss of an innocent person in Everett was a tragic accident and should not have happened, but to blame the police is wrong.
Are you ready for the 2013 Summer Meltdown Festival? The lineup was recently announced and it is a pretty serious sign that things are just going to keep getting bigger and better for this festival in Darrington.
Tue May 21, 2013
Malaysian National News Agency
Boeing Begins Certification Testing on 747-8 Performance Improvements
A Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental successfully completed its first test flight this week with a package of performance improvements including enhanced GE engines.
The Lake Stevens Journal Online
L.S. man threatened to use grenade in standoff in Everett
In what many neighbors would define as some very tense hours last Friday, May 17, Lake Stevens resident Jason M. Riley, 40, was finally apprehended around 10 p.m. after an eight hour standoff with police in Everett.
Snohomish Co. Council to ID Reardon's replacement
The Daily Herald of Everett reports the council voted 4-0 Monday to begin the process of identifying his replacement.
Mon May 20, 2013
Snohomish transit organization rejects anti-gun ad
The main transit organization in Snohomish County is declining to run advertisements from a statewide gun control group on public buses.
Sun May 19, 2013
At Aviation Day, close-up access to the past and the present
Xander Roberts, 6, plays make-believe in the gun turret of a B-25 bomber Saturday at Aviation Day.
Sat May 18, 2013
Woman rescued from Wash. bay, man missing
Coast Guard officials say a woman was rescued Friday night from Tulalip Bay near Everett, Wash., but a man who was with her is missing.
1 dead, 1 injured after capsize in Tulalip Bay
One man has died and a woman is in the hospital after their boat capsized in Tulalip Bay north of Everett.
Monroe prison guard killer moved to Walla Walla
This undated photo provided by the Washington State Department of Corrections, Corrections Officer Jayme Biendl is shown.
Community Extra: Opportunities
Host: International students homestay Education First Educational Homestay Programs seeks host families in the following communities: In the Bothell and Mill Creek areas for Chinese exchange students ages 10-14. Students will be in the area July 14-Aug. 2 and enjoy planned activities 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
The state Department of Corrections' Everett office has felony warrants for the following offenders.
Fri May 17, 2013
Everett standoff in its eighth hour after man claims to have grenade
Everett police say they're continuing to surround a suspected burglar late Friday in the 3800 block of Wetmore Avenue, where the man is inside a house and claims to have a grenade.
Find fun this weekend: Aviation day, live music, local spirits, Sesame Street, more
Paine Field Aviation Day is Saturday. A P-51 Mustang from Historic Flight Foundation and P-47 Thunderbolt from Flying Heritage Collection fly.