Lake Stevens

Snohomish man, 47, identified in deadly Lake Stevens crash

He was driving east on Highway 204, when he crossed into oncoming traffic, according to police.

 

1 dead in head-on crash in Lake Stevens, police say

The driver crossed the center line on Highway 204, colliding head-on with an oncoming SUV, police said.

 

Can the little guy survive the Lake Stevens Costco?

Turners Grocery has loyal customers, but the owner knows the general store’s days could be numbered.

 

Costco brings early plans to Lake Stevens in store proposal

More than 100 people gathered at the Thursday night meeting. Staff were there to answer questions.

Voice your concerns or support for Lake Stevens Costco today

A public meeting is set for 6 p.m. at the Lake Stevens Fire Department Conference Center.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in March 2018 (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Getting work done on U.S. 2 trestle is proving tricky

Road crews need not only dry conditions, but for overnight temperatures to not dip too low.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in March 2018 (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Costco, Lake Stevens reps to attend public meeting next week

Folks are invited to share their thoughts. The wholesaler has asked to build along Highway 9.

On I-5’s edge, biologists revive a vanishing world for salmon

A pristine island in the sloughs shows why governments are spending millions on tidal marsh habitat.

Wobble, a 27-year-old bison whose home was a pasture between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard, died of natural causes on May 29. Born prematurely, he lived his whole life on Paul and Ruth Brandal’s 70-acre property. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lone bison died where he lived, a Sunnyside Blvd. pasture

He was a landmark. Wobble grew from 26-pound preemie into 1,800-pound beast where a herd once roamed.

Wobble, a 27-year-old bison whose home was a pasture between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard, died of natural causes on May 29. Born prematurely, he lived his whole life on Paul and Ruth Brandal’s 70-acre property. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Snapchat deal turns into a stickup in a van in Lake Stevens

Two teenagers were allegedly trapped, with guns pointing at them from all directions.

Blind and deaf — and independent, thanks to a local agency

Debbie Curry works at the Carl Gipson Senior Center, with help from Sherwood Community Services.

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce marriage

He announced the nuptials Sunday in an Instagram post.

Costco moves closer to a potential store in Lake Stevens

The retailer has started to apply for permits through the city. There’s no construction timeline yet.

Sno-Isle senior ready to take off in aerospace industry

While other graduates wonder what is next, Tai Chase awaits a mechanic job with Boeing.

One custom handbag led to another — and sew on

Madeline Chadwick has gradually built a home business that began with a chance encounter.

Mark Sargent of Whidbey Island is on the screen with Texas YouTuber Patricia Steere as she broadcasts “The Flat Earth and Other Hot Potatoes” from her Houston home. The two also share cameo roles (and some sexual tension) in the documentary “Behind the Curve” which was picked up by Netflix. (Mark Mulligan / Houston Chronicle)

An update on a Flat Earther, a woodchopper and drummers

The characters in this space stumbled into love, a Netflix movie deal, potato chips and a drumming debut.

Mark Sargent of Whidbey Island is on the screen with Texas YouTuber Patricia Steere as she broadcasts “The Flat Earth and Other Hot Potatoes” from her Houston home. The two also share cameo roles (and some sexual tension) in the documentary “Behind the Curve” which was picked up by Netflix. (Mark Mulligan / Houston Chronicle)

Everett sketcher Elizabeth Person illustrates children’s book

Known for her portraits of the city, the watercolorist turned to the San Juan Islands for the project.

Resurfacing work starts on Snohomish County roads

Flaggers ahead: More than 83 miles will get a layer of chip seal and another 5.4 will be paved.

Charges: Foster parent injured 4-month-old several times

“I thought I was going to kill him,” the man reportedly told a Lake Stevens police detective.

New Lake Stevens boathouse honors one of the ‘Boys’ of 1936

North Cascades Crew spent six years raising money, and volunteers worked long days building it.