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Julie Muhlstein

Rough and tumble town

Two photographers document Everett's early days

Date: 04/24/2015 | Local News

Edmonds man remembers painter of iconic ‘Head of Christ’

Asked to name the world’s best known painting, you might answer “The Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci. Asked to visualize the most recognized artwork, a different image may come to mind. It’s called the “Head of Christ.” You know it. Perhaps you...

Date: 04/19/2015 | Local News

Yawn-inducing sewer plan conceals a jawdropper

It’s the biggest thing to happen in my neighborhood since actress Parker Posey strolled down Everett’s Rucker Avenue during the 2013 filming of “The Architect.” It has none of...

Date: 04/17/2015 | Local News

Addiction, first hand

Former heroin user works to convince teens to stay clean

Date: 04/15/2015 | Local News

Street corner commentary

Panhandling initiative draws mixed reviews

Date: 04/12/2015 | Local News

Generation of heroes: Photos of WWII vets sought for online legacy

World War II veterans I have written about stay with me through the years. I remember their faces, homes and harrowing stories. They should be remembered forever.Arlington's Jared Dickson was part of...

Date: 04/10/2015 | Local News

They give voices to children

More volunteers needed to advocate for vulnerable kids

Date: 04/08/2015 | Local News

Snohomish County ‘March for Babies’ brings hope to the tiniest among us

Michael McAllister is 14. He’s an eighth-grader at Canyon Park Junior High. He’s a basketball player, a cross-country runner, a big brother and a fan of the video game NASCAR ’14.

Date: 04/05/2015 | Local News

Keeper of Everett’s past to be honored

They’re still at it. An intrepid band of history lovers meets each Tuesday to take stock of treasures they hope will someday have a home in an Everett museum.

Date: 04/03/2015 | Local News

City or suburbs? It’s a life, lifestyle question

Here’s an idea, millennials. What if we switch? You take the too-big houses. We boomers are about ready for cool urban apartments.

Date: 04/01/2015 | Local News

Honored Edmonds man gives cherished memories to families of the fallen

Until several weeks ago, Michael Reagan had never heard of Citizen Honors, awards presented by the Congressional Medal of...

Date: 03/29/2015 | Local News

‘Community’ is the cornerstone for new mosque

All are welcome at a Community Day on Saturday hosted by local followers of Islam. An organizer of the event at Harbour Pointe Middle School sees it as an important step toward building a mosque in Mukilteo.

Date: 03/27/2015 | Local News

Boys & Girls Clubs opens door for kids in Brewster

Welcome. Great futures start here.Dozens of kids, loaded with backpacks and homework, were greeted by those messages Monday when they walked into the newest club run by Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County.

Date: 03/25/2015 | Local News

Linda's lasting legacy

Darrington honors longtime librarian lost to Oso mudslide

Date: 03/22/2015 | Local News

An authentic, historic Everett is worth another look

So a consultant from a firm in Bellevue — a city incorporated in 1953 — took a look at historic downtown Everett and decided the 1923-vintage Hodges Building would be too expensive to renovate.

Date: 03/20/2015 | Local News

New incentive for peeling those pesky stickers off fruit

They’re annoying, those stickers on apples, oranges and most other produce. Peel one off, you’re apt to leave a hole in the skin of an otherwise perfect tomato.They’re a pain. Small as they are, though, they’re packed with information.

Date: 03/15/2015 | Local News

Celebrating second chances

Reclaiming Futures gives young lives shot at success

Date: 03/13/2015 | Local News

County official offers assurance of kids' safety at Denney

They are Snohomish County's most at-risk kids. They have been accused of — or are serving time for — shoplifting, drug use, assault, burglary, tagging or other criminal behavior. Or they have violated probation, or skipped class so often a school district has filed a truancy...

Date: 03/11/2015 | Local News

Ride Community Transit Sundays and holidays, pay a little more

Everett’s Donovan Keith works at Jiffy Lube in Lake Stevens. On Friday, he stood in the cold at Everett Station waiting to catch his Community Transit bus.“I work some Sundays, and I have to get rides,” said Keith, 18.

Date: 03/08/2015 | Local News

Survey hopes to discern issues important to seniors, disabled

I hop in my car. I drive to the supermarket. I go out for long walks.Those are things I just do, with barely a thought. They are also my answers to some questions Snohomish County hopes people, especially older adults and those with disabilities, will answer.

Date: 03/06/2015 | Local News

Former EvCC director keeps an eye on women's rights

Joan Tucker is a painter now, a painter and a poet. At 72, she is leaving the battles of her earlier years to younger people.That doesn't mean she has given up the mantle of feminism. Nor does it mean Tucker has forgotten heady times in the 1980s when she was director of the...

Date: 03/04/2015 | Local News

Hope rises for wildfire victims

North Creek Presbyterian Church lends a helping hand

Date: 02/27/2015 | Local News

Issue of racism ‘belongs to all of us’

Eva Abram will pose a formidable question in a talk Saturday at the Mukilteo Library. Her program is titled: “Defeating Racism Today: What Does It Take?”

Date: 02/25/2015 | Local News

Cascade High’s funny teacher for a good cause

Let’s just say I never had a teacher as cool as Mr. Michaelis. You can find comedy clips of Cory Michaelis online. At a Tacoma club, he’s joking about awkward dating moments. At a Cascade...

Date: 02/22/2015 | Local News

It took decades to find and marry his ‘very first love’

Crack open Karen Lehmann’s 1960 high school yearbook. Turn to the inside cover where friends signed it. One boy’s message, in not-so-neat penmanship, stands out.With his sign-off, the writer’s breezy tone turned serious.

Date: 02/15/2015 | Local News

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