13 hrs ago
Pipe bomb found in impounded stolen car in Snohomish
Employees of a towing company got an unexpected surprise today when they found a pipe bomb in a stolen car that had been impounded, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said.
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17 hrs ago
Snohomish Health District offers tests to prevent hepatitis
The Snohomish Health District works to prevent and limit the spread of viral hepatitis by testing and offering vaccines to people most at risk.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
How to navigate a roundabout Snohomish's roundabout on Avenue D is almost completely built
Traffic is flowing through the city's new roundabout at Avenue D and 15th Street, which opened three of four legs on July 8, but there are still concerns over traffic safety rules as well as more construction that will last through the end of this month and into the fall.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
a Mayora of Machias ruled over polar plunge crowd
Jim Young wore lots of hats. Through the years, he was known as "mayor" of Machias, commodore of the Pilchuck Yacht Club, drummer in the Snohomish Sauerkraut Band, and the jovial leader of a pack of New Year's Day polar bears.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
'Rodz On 3rd' packs downtown Marysville
At least 200 classic cars, hot rods and custom rigs were parked along the sides of Third Street July 12 for the third annual "Rodz On 3rd" show, which drew several hundred attendees.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Oh, the places you'll go!: Librarian transforms school bus to bring books to kids in need
Lying on the grass at the Three Rivers mobile home park in Snohomish, Edgar Gonzalez, 14, reads a Sports Illustrated magazine he picked up Tuesday from the Snohomish Book Cafe during one of its weekly stops.
Around the County
Gold Bar: Seeks new City Council member The city of Gold Bar is accepting applications for an open seat on the City Council.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Hop on down to Kla Ha Ya Days festival
Volunteers have caught dozens of frogs in preparation for the city's 101st Kla Ha Ya Days festival .
Tue Jul 15, 2014
30th annual garden tour is Sunday, July 27
The Snohomish Garden Tour is hitting its 30-year milestone later this month. The tour's organizers believe its longevity comes from a winning combination of gardener generosity and tourist enjoyment.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Veggie garden raising plenty for food bank
As volunteers walked the rows of vegetables that comprise the six-tenths-of-an-acre Martha Perry Veggie Garden last week, they marveled at the full sun and good soil.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Woodway, Shoreline vie for control of Point Wells sewage
Neighboring cities on opposite sides of the Snohomish-King County line find themselves in the unusual predicament of fighting to control a future neighborhood's waste water.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Mukilteo ferry project gets a boost
A Puget Sound Regional Council panel Thursday recommended $12.1 million in additional federal dollars for the undertaking, providing one of the final pieces of a $129 million funding puzzle.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Teaming up for charity
Bellevue-based Outerwall and its consumer business lines have teamed up with the Seattle Seahawks Spirit of 12 Partners, announcing Tuesday it will donate up to $100,000 to the program's community-based nonprofits.
Excessive heat watch issued for Puget Sound region
A very strong ridge of high pressure is entrenched across the West Coast, bringing a steady diet of heat and sunshine to Western Washington.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Washington's blueberry crop growing to 45,000 tons
The Washington Blueberry Commission says that's 10 million pounds more than last year and ranks the state fourth in the nation in blueberry production behind Michigan, Oregon and Georgia.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
July 10, 2014 - Snohomish PUD nets $7.3 million from state clean...
The Snohomish County Public Utility District in Everett, Wash., will receive $7.3 million in matching funds from the Washington Clean Energy Fund.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
'A way to give back'
Hannah Hoffman had just returned to Pullman after spring break when she saw the first headlines pop up on the Internet.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Sheriff's race puts jail, community safety in spotlight
A year ago around this time, two upstanding men vied to be the appointed Snohomish County Sheriff when the position became available, but only one could get the role.
Former Reardon aide sentenced in evidence-tampering
A onetime aide to Aaron Reardon, the former Snohomish County executive, will pay a $1,500 fine and serve five days on a Skagit County work crew for tampering with evidence during a criminal investigation.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Chermak Construction earns six regional, state awards
E dmonds-based Chermak Construction in the last few weeks has brought home six awards - three from the Master Builders of King and Snohomish Counties and three from the Building Industry Association of Washington - for its home construction and remodeling projects.