Monday Jul 28
Donations dry up: Decision to pull signs no help to rest stop volunteers
First Baptist Church volunteer Eva Lastrange pours a cup of coffee for a motorist stopped at a rest stop near Smokey Point on July 19. First Baptist Church volunteer Eva Lastrange hands out free cups of coffee to motorists at a rest stop near Smokey Point on July 19. Anita Prinzing, a volunteer from the First Baptist Church in Everett, serves Kevin ... (more)
Recipe Exchange: Northcoast Credit Union employees share recipes
With the annual Bite of Skagit coming up Saturday, July 26, today's trio of recipes come from staff members at Northcoast Credit Union, which is hosting the annual event at Swinomish Casino in Anacortes.
Bothell-based Riverside East nationally recognized
Bothell-based Riverside East , together with seven other Village Concepts communities throughout Washington state, was nationally recognized by the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living as a 2014 recipient of the Bronze - Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents ... (more)
Covington seeks funding for LED lights
In step with multiple other cities in the state, Covington is hoping to replace hundreds of its street lights with more energy efficient light-emitting diode lights.
New book chronicles 1914 Sedro-Woolley bank robbery and massive manhunt in Whatcom County
Author Rustan Robertson has written "The Wages of Sin: The True Story & Photos of the Great Sedro-Woolley Bank Robbery of 1914," published by the Sedro-Woolley Museum.
Organic demand surges even more
"We've seen a 20%-25% increase in demand each year," said Maureen Royal, saleswoman for Bridges Produce, Portland, Ore.
Americana: Sedro-Woolley Rodeo
Cowboys pack into the wooden maze of stalls to prepare for the Sedro-Woolley Riding Club Rodeo Thursday, July 3, 2014, in Sedro-Woolley, Wash.