Friday Dec 13
Snohomish volunteer grateful for her blessings
Judy Bebout surveys the groceries at the Snohomish Food Bank while shopping Tuesday evening in Snohomish.
Mill Creek couple accused of running scam charity
Michael and Amy Gannon run Knowledge 4 Kids, also known as Kures 4 Kids, a charity that claims to raise money to support the families of children with disabilities.
Columbia School Board votes to adopt new boundaries for 2014-2015
The Columbia School board voted Monday night 8-2 to change the boundaries to fix an overcrowding problem at Mill Creek Elementary.
School board approves $259 million bond
The Everett School District will be asking voters to pass a $259 million bond this February for a new high school and a package of other improvements.
The Marysville Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Tomahawk Company was awarded the Bravo Zulu Streamer to carry on its unit flag as a designation of expert military knowledge and performance in Area 13. The Marysville Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Tomahawk Company was awarded the Bravo Zulu Streamer to carry on its unit flag as ... (more)
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Lucky bulldog featured by Washington Lottery
Trouser, a 6-year-old English bulldog from Mill Creek, landed a spot on Washington's Lottery new scratch ticket game featuring six dogs and cats.
State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fishing reports
Mainstem Grays River from Hwy. 4 Bridge to South Fork and West Fork Grays River from mouth to 300 yards below hatchery road bridge - Opens to fishing for hatchery steelhead, hatchery coho, and adipose and/or ventral fin clipped Chinook beginning December 1. Mainstem Grays below the Hwy.
Council OKs new Snohomish County Courthouse
The courthouse will include district and superior courts, prosecutor's office, office of public defense, and the clerk's office.
A reason to scratch: Mill Creek bulldog among pets on lottery tickets
Trouser Britches, a six-year-old bulldog, stands with his owners, the Adolf family, Dreisohn, 7, Candice, Kaleb, 11, Aaron, and Nolan, 9, in their home in Mill Creek on Saturday.
Ribbon-cutting to celebrate new park
Contractors still need a few more weeks to complete work, so the park at 228th Street SE and 45 Avenue SE won't fully open to the public for another few weeks.