Wednesday May 22
Analysts: Polygon right fit for Riverfront Development site
Two analysts hired by the city told the City Council last week that the Riverfront Development's expected new developer is the right choice at the right time.
Petersen won't seek second term on school board
Ed Petersen, who has served on the Everett School Board since 2006, has decided against seeking election to a second, six-year term.
Community Extra: Opportunities
Host: International students homestay Education First Educational Homestay Programs seeks host families in the following communities: In the Bothell and Mill Creek areas for Chinese exchange students ages 10-14. Students will be in the area July 14-Aug. 2 and enjoy planned activities 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
Buy a book, do some good: Friends of Mill Creek Library's sale supports many programs
Their mission is literacy. They fund it through book sales. The nonprofit group called Friends of the Mill Creek Library wants people to read, especially children.
Answers in bee deaths: County beekeepers respond to findings of new study
Last fall, hobbyist beekeeper Jeff Thompson had nine hives of honeybees. "I only had two hives make it through the winter," said Thompson, who keeps bees at his home in Edmonds and also in Mill Creek.
Mill Creek officer, suspect injured in crash
A Mill Creek police officer and a fleeing driver were injured in a collision about 1 a.m. Friday in a Snohomish County intersection.
State Fish and Wildlife video on opening day of trout fishing
Danny Garrett, a state Fish and Wildlife biologist in Mill Creek, created this nice take on the statewide trout opening day of lowland lakes.
State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fishing reports
Cowlitz River - Anglers are catching some spring Chinook and steelhead throughout the river.