1 hr ago
Group claims Snohomish teacher salaries out of whack
The Snohomish School Board heard a statement last week from a labor reform group regarding what it calls inequalities in teacher salaries in the school district.
1 hr ago
School backpacks effort can still use help
The Snohomish Community Food Bank gave a big push for its annual backpack program but the need is still out there.
2 hrs ago
Plan: Have downtown cyclists park west of Avenue D
The city and Historic Downtown Snohomish are working on a plan to better point cyclists in the right direction for parking on First Street.
2 hrs ago
With statewide insurance options, Washington's business health exchange readies for close-up
Washington Healthplanfinder Business, the state-run online healthcare exchange for small businesses, has gotten off to a slow start because no insurance provider signed up to offer health care plans for companies in King, Snohomish, Pierce and most of the rest of the state.
8 hrs ago
Java Juggs owner pleads guilty in prostitution case
A Snohomish woman on Tuesday admitted that her risque coffee stands were selling sex to customers and that she laundered the money to hide the illegal profits.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
School supply lists grow: From clean socks to USB, needs are expanding
Durham School Services employee Crystal Vonoy hands a box full of donated backpacks filled with school supplies to fellow employee Gary Gunderson on Wednesday in Everett.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Girls get rolling: Skateboarding camp gives girls a chance to hop on board
Kristin Ebeling, who at age 25 has spent more than half her life skateboarding, wants girls to have the same opportunity to pursue the sport.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
The Citizen Action Training School , sponsored by Sound Salmon Solutions , is a free program in watershed and Puget Sound ecology with a focus on civic engagement, and legal and regulatory processes that affect resource management.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Coffee stands raked in millions through sex trade, prosecutors say
A former nude dancer who jumped into the controversial bikini coffee stand business deposited more than $2 million in her bank in just three years.
North King County
Snohomish Health District is looking for public comment on smoking proposal
The Snohomish Health District is currently seeking preliminary public comment on a proposal to adopt and amend the state Smoking in Public Places law .
Solar comes of age in Edmonds
Dan Fine stands next to the state-of-the-art electric meter that measures electricity flowing both in and out of their home.
For county youngsters, fair's a chance to earn that first paycheck
The elephant ears are frying, the Ferris wheel is rolling and the animals are strutting their stuff at the Evergreen State Fair .
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Snoqualmie Valley Record
State Rep. Jay Rodne to weigh in at regional housing summit
State Representative Jay Rodne, 5th District from Snoqualmie, will join other legislators, homebuilders and housing experts in the 2014 Housing Summit, hosted Tuesday, Sept.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News
Return of the Salmon Celebration will return in 2014
Return of the Salmon Celebration Committee member Matthew War Bonnet with Master of Ceremonies Renee Roman Nose during the 2013 Return of the Salmon Celebration.
House candidates face Snohomish Council interviews
GOP precinct officers earlier this month made nominations the 44th District House seat.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Snohomish crime stats show increase in arrests
On paper, crime is up in Snohomish, yes, but mainly because of an increased presence of police making contact with those that commit the crimes.
Talk of marijuana shops in Snohomish stirs public
Last week's discussion on marijuana drew almost 40 people on whether Snohomish should allow recreational marijuana businesses or continue its prohibition on the businesses.
Updated Snohomish has lowest primary voter turnout in state
Snohomish County had the dubious distinction of recording the lowest voter turnout in the state during the primary election.
Many students returning to failing schools
With the new school year less than a week away, thousands of parents in Snohomish County and throughout the state are dealing with some sobering news: their children are enrolled in schools the federal government deems to be failing.
A most deserving honor: France bestows honor on Snohomish vet
Douglas Whipple's face is reflected in a display case on the kitchen table that is filled with WWII honors, memorabilia, dog tags and more.