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November 19, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Flagpole askew

A flagpole at the Bedford Post Office is shown following a traffic accident... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Robert P. Smith Alumni Association has started a project to construct a... More...

Special Sections

Local

Weather Today

Rain in the morning, then partly sunny with a chance of showers in the afternoon. Highs in the... More...

Woman charged in meth lab heads to trial

EVERETT — An Everett woman charged with manufacturing methamphetamine with a child present... More...

Man charged with indecent assault waives hearing

EVERETT — An Everett man charged with inappropriately touching a girl for several years will... More...

Editorial

Weak transportation ideas

Guest editorial

Congress could approve a six-year transportation bill by the end of this week, when authorization... More...

Electronics distractions

Here's a question that I pose occasionally to the college freshmen in my writing classes: Which is... More...

The people get it

Column

The American people “ got” 9- 11, almost at once. They could see the enemy, and... More...

Obama vows veto of refugee bill

GOP’s Ryan calls measure ‘common sense’

WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House on Wednesday threatened a presidential veto of House... More...

Fate of attacks leader unclear after raid

SAINT-DENIS, France (AP) — The hunt for the mastermind of last week’s attacks took a... More...

Local author’s book gets national notice

A local author recently had her debut book featured in an online box set, which made the New York... More...

Obituaries

Derrick Tyler Sisk - 2018-08-17
Doris Jane Fulton - 2018-08-16
A. Lorraine Walter - 2018-08-16
Raymond Lee Gordon - 2018-08-16
Verna June Neuder - 2018-08-16
Charlotte J. Nause - 2018-08-15
Jacqueline M. Davis - 2018-08-14
Ronald Eugene Wilson - 2018-08-14
Clair E. Calhoun - 2018-08-13
Mary L. Holler - 2018-08-13
Troy R. Lankey - 2018-08-13
Bruce T. Deneen - 2018-08-11
James D. Garner - 2018-08-11
James D. Garner - 2018-08-10
Joseph E. Turner - 2018-08-10
Terry Ann Fultz - 2018-08-10
Jimmy Earl Hoover - 2018-08-10
Obituary Correction - 2018-08-10
Donald R. Weimer - 2018-08-09
Linda A. Rodgers - 2018-08-09
Franklin W. Hillegas - 2018-08-08
Waylon D. Corbin - 2018-08-08
George R. Hoey Sr. - 2018-08-08
Linda Lou Dull - 2018-08-08
Charles B. Engle - 2018-08-07
Lorna Clark - 2018-08-07
Daniel L. Hart - 2018-08-07
Obituary Correction - 2018-08-07
Jack Smith - 2018-08-06
James E. Balme Jr. - 2018-08-04
Karen L. Jasper - 2018-08-04
Alma J. Barefoot - 2018-08-04
Terry E. Fix - 2018-08-04
Thomas P. Wolfe - 2018-08-03
Carl F. Rowser - 2018-08-02
Robert G. Sichko - 2018-08-02
Helen L. Manges - 2018-08-01
Helen L. Gordon - 2018-07-31
Thomas A. Rose - 2018-07-30

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State/National

Oct. sets another heat record

WASHINGTON (AP) — Even in a record-breaking hot year for Earth, October stood out as absurdly... More...

3 killed, many without power due to storm

SPOKANE,... More...

Man wins $2M in brain surgery case

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The family of an Arkansas man left in an impaired state after an... More...

World

UN: Iran cuts some, not all nuke tech

VIENNA ( AP) — Iran has started cutting back on some nuclear technology, which could be... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers’ Brown soaring despite QB shuffle

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Antonio Brown’s form was so flawless, even Mary Lou Retton took... More...

Arrieta, Keuchel earn Cy Young honors

NEW YORK ( AP) — Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs aced out Dodgers stars Zack Greinke and... More...

Tennessee survives Penn State

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Bashaara Graves didn’t miss a shot, finishing with 24 points... More...