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Everett Community College is introducing a new Trojan design as the college’s symbol of student spirit and athletics. The design incorporates the Feather Star, EvCC’s official logo, in the Trojan’s cape. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

New EvCC Trojan: The makeover incorporates symbol of rebirth

College keeps Feather Star, an image of sculpture that survived fatal ’87 fire, as its official logo.

 

Torn to bits and hauled away, the Midas soon will be gone

The once-proud commercial fishing boat became a Snohomish River eyesore that is costing $400,000 to remove.

 

Two men charged in Everett Motel 6 stabbing death

They were charged with second-degree murder. Prosecutors called the homicide “senseless and random.”

Dude, where’s my guitar? Band reunited with their strings

Bothell PD found guitars along the highway, put out a tweet … and the show went on for Everett band.

Guilty: Lynnwood man stabbed friend to death in front of mom

In a retrial, Encarnacion Salas was found guilty of second-degree murder. A jury deliberated 2½ days.

Community Transit expanding bus service starting Sunday

Changes include more frequent Swift Blue Line Saturday service with buses arriving every 15 minutes.

WSU Everett grows a bit this fall

The head count of full- and part-time students is 320, an increase of 32 students from a year ago.

The Grand Avenue Park Bridge is swinging into place

In meticulously sequenced set of steps the steel truss will be placed over W. Marine View and tracks.

A “Home of the Falcons” painting still graces the bricks high on a wall at one end of the Everett Y’s 1920s gym. Long ago, the Falcons were YMCA basketball teams. From left Gael Gebow, Kristy Kentch and Zac Jagow, all Y staff members, look down on the vintage gymnasium from a wooden running track. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Celebrate Y’s past, ghost or no ghost, and usher in future

Contents of 1920 YMCA time capsule to be revealed before walk from downtown to new building on Colby.

A “Home of the Falcons” painting still graces the bricks high on a wall at one end of the Everett Y’s 1920s gym. Long ago, the Falcons were YMCA basketball teams. From left Gael Gebow, Kristy Kentch and Zac Jagow, all Y staff members, look down on the vintage gymnasium from a wooden running track. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Olushola Bolonduro recently started a goth social group called Dark Side of Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Calling all goths: Dark Side of Everett might be for you

A hospital tech has started a group for self-described misfits and outcasts who are into creepy things.

Olushola Bolonduro recently started a goth social group called Dark Side of Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett pastor who groomed, raped 14-year-old girl sentenced

He texted her for months before sexually assaulting her at the church, according to court records.

The nightly race to collect e-scooters in need of a charge

Juicers keep the battery powered vehicles moving on Everett’s streets.

Clubs & Interests

HOBBIES Buttons: The Washington State Button Society Seattle One chapter, which includes Snohomish County, holds meetings third Saturdays at a different member’s home, from north… Continue reading

Help shape state emergency plan for oil spills

The Department of Ecology will take comments on the Oil Spill Contingency Plan Tuesday in Everett.

In Uniform

RESOURCES Northwest Veterans Museum: The Northwest Veterans Museum is located in the Wicker Building at Heritage Park, 19921 Poplar Way, Lynnwood. Hours are 11 a.m.… Continue reading

Alison Brynelson will take over on Jan. 1 as superintendent of Mukilteo School District.

Mukilteo School District stays in-house for new superintendent

Alison Brynelson has worked in the district 27 years and was the only internal applicant.

Alison Brynelson will take over on Jan. 1 as superintendent of Mukilteo School District.

Land awaits a future Everett elementary school

Everett Public Schools bought a site near Mill Creek. Construction is years away and still unfunded.

After decades of work, Paine Field is Salmon-Safe

The airport earned a third-party certification this week for its program to preserve water quality.

Folksingers Bob Nelson (left) and Bruce Baker perform Tuesday for residents of Sunrise View retirement community in Everett. Nelson and his wife, Judy, recently moved to Sunrise View. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Folk duo’s songs for the ages are a gift for Everett seniors

Bob Nelson, who created musical archive of coffeehouse era, now lives with his wife at Sunrise View.

Folksingers Bob Nelson (left) and Bruce Baker perform Tuesday for residents of Sunrise View retirement community in Everett. Nelson and his wife, Judy, recently moved to Sunrise View. (Dan Bates / The Herald)