46 min ago
NSD considering schedule changes
Northshore schools will likely change next year's school calendar to make the school day 10 minutes longer with a two-hour early release or late arrival once per week.
7 hrs ago
Snohomish Co. Council to ID Reardon's replacement
The Daily Herald of Everett reports the council voted 4-0 Monday to begin the process of identifying his replacement.
Mon May 20, 2013
Snohomish transit organization rejects anti-gun ad
The main transit organization in Snohomish County is declining to run advertisements from a statewide gun control group on public buses.
Fri May 17, 2013
Alleged Reardon mistress accused in assault of ex-husband
Tami Dutton, the woman who claimed she had an on-and-off six-year affair with Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon, appeared before a district court judge in Everett Friday following her arrest Thursday for fourth-degree assault.
Find fun this weekend: Aviation day, live music, local spirits, Sesame Street, more
Paine Field Aviation Day is Saturday. A P-51 Mustang from Historic Flight Foundation and P-47 Thunderbolt from Flying Heritage Collection fly.
Thu May 16, 2013
Educational Service District 113 Board Names New Superintendent
The ESD 113 Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Dana Anderson as Superintendent of ESD 113.
Wed May 15, 2013
Marijuana laced bacon anyone? BB Ranch serves up pot fed pigs
Anyone for a little pot cured bacon? The BB Ranch butcher shop in Seattle is selling pork chops, ham, bacon and other meat that comes from marijuana fed pigs.
The News Tribune
Uncork a superb King Cab in all price points
Cabernet sauvignon is celebrated as the greatest of grapes, and the finest examples have traditionally come from France's Bordeaux region and California's Napa Valley.
Tue May 14, 2013
Gov 2.0: Transparency Is More Than Making Data Available
A friend of mine had a nasty case of food poisoning earlier this year. So nasty that Washington state health department folks were calling to check on her.
Mon May 13, 2013
Carnegie Building reopens for community events
Both the upstairs space and the downstairs conference room are now available to be rented out for community events following the completion of phase one restoration work on the Carnegie Building.
Is Blackman's Lake dock safe?
On a recent Saturday morning a Snohomish resident helped rescue an elderly man who had fallen off a dock and into Blackman's Lake.
City joins opposition to coal export terminal project
The city is joining a number of other cities in Snohomish County to voice their concerns about the proposed coal export Pacific Gateway Terminal project.
Sun May 12, 2013
Need a good Cabernet Sauvignon? Here are 8
The Northwest, particularly Washington, has distinguished itself in recent years as a prime region for the king of wines.
Fri May 10, 2013
Judicial commission admonishes judges from Snohomish, Clallam counties
Former Snohomish County District Court Judge Timothy P. Ryan acknowledged that it was inappropriate for him to mention that he was a judge during a traffic stop.
Thu May 09, 2013
Amazing Tiny Tack House Was Built Entirely by Hand
This beautiful bungalow in Snohomish, Washington is a fantastic example of small-space living - and it's also completely handmade! Featured on Apartment Therapy , the Tiny Tack House was built by married couple Malissa and Chris Tack.
Hibulb Powwow honors Native American tradition
The 21st annual Hibulb Powwow is planned at Everett Community College on Saturday, featuring traditional American Indian dancing, drumming, singing and arts and crafts.
Wed May 08, 2013
Appeals filed to stop park construction
The City of Woodinville and local nonprofit group Neighbors to Save Wellington Hills Park have filed appeals to try to stop construction of a park where the Wellington Hills Golf Course now stands.
King Cab comes in all shapes, prices
Cabernet Sauvignon is celebrated as the greatest of grapes, and the finest examples have traditionally come from France's Bordeaux region and California's Napa Valley.
They Husky Haul
The Morning Haul 5/8
Good morning, Husky fans. For the first time ever, I'm posting this from lovely Snohomish, WA, rather than Phoenix! It's good to be back home and I was nice enough to bring back some Arizona weather, apparently! With the news of Bob Condotta moving to the Seahawks beat for the Seattle Times, Ryan Priest of UW Dawg Pound wrote a farewell to Bob.