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At one of Washington’s oldest newspapers, deep cuts and an uncertain future

At  123 years old , The Daily Herald is tightly woven into the fabric of Snohomish County, its reporters and readers knitted together through generations. There’ve been presidential …

Free yard signs are available from South County Fire to help spread the word that fireworks are illegal in southwest Snohomish County. Fireworks use is illegal throughout South County …

City Councilmembers unanimously approved modifying the 2023-2024 biennial budget to add a director of Community Development & Planning position to the salary schedule. The salary range is …

Mill Creek gets $67K in latest opioid settlement

The City of Mll Creek will get $67,624.61 as part of the state receiving a $123.3 million lump sum payment from Johnson & Johnson due to a lawsuit over the drug manufacturer’s role in the …

State voters want more child care investments, new poll finds

Washington voters want more money invested in child care and support more taxes on wealthy people and businesses to pay for it.  And, in a poll released last week, 87% of those surveyed …

The Mill Creek community is invited to attend the summer's biggest "Party in the Parks" event on Thursday June 27, from 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Mill Creek Sports Park, 13903 North Creek Drive. …

Ferry system steers toward less choppy waters

Leaders of Washington State Ferries know their navigation of the nation’s largest public ferry system is frustrating those most reliant upon it. Riders want  stable service  at …

Mukilteo Speedway: Name change proposal dropped

Mukilteo residents spoke out loud and clear – they didn’t want anyone messing with the name Mukilteo Speedway. During an April work session, Mayor Joe Marine proposed renaming the …

A Juneteenth Community Celebration is June 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Willis D. Tucker Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish. For more information: info@naacp-snoco.org .   The …

Community Transit to eliminate commuter bus fare

The Community Transit Board voted last week to eliminate the agency’s commuter bus fare in September. The Snohomish County transit agency currently charges a higher fare for commuter routes …

The City of Mill Creek's  Pianos on Main 2024 begins with a free outdoor concert featuring Josh Rawlings Monday, July 1, at 5 p.m. outside Town & Country Market, 15605 Main Street, Mill …

Washington State Ferries has published an invitation to bid on building five new hybrid-electric ferries, an overdue achievement that promises to eventually bring more reliability to cross-Sound …

Whooping cough or pertussis is spreading more than usual this year, locally and statewide. Ten confirmed or probable cases of pertussis have been identified in county residents so far this year. …

People in Snohomish County will have a chance to ride a new and different kind of bus later this year – one that’s powered by hydrogen instead of diesel fuel. Community Transit is …

The Everett Animal Shelter was awarded a $50,000 grant from national nonprofit Petco Love in support of its lifesaving work for animals in Snohomish County. “Our investment in the Everett …

Two loaded guns intercepted at Paine Field

Officers with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at Seattle Paine Field International Airport (PAE) intercepted two loaded firearms this week during routine X-ray screening of travelers …

County using opioid funds for mobile treatment vans

Washington is so far set to receive around $1.6 billion in settlement funds from companies accused of playing a role in fueling the opioid epidemic. That’s according to the state attorney …

Mill Creek Handmade, originally scheduled for June 2, has been postponed due to inclement weather, according to the organizers. The event at Town Center was to view and purchase local art and …

Mill Creek vows to get rid of graffiti

Over the past two years, the Mill Creek City Council created two ordinances and authorized the use of Mill Creek municipal code for a private property clean-up project. They were anti-camping on …

The Memorial Day weekend has passed, but the need for blood donors continues as the Pacific Northwest has officially entered the “100 deadliest days” – the time between Memorial Day …

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