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Stanwood council to consider banning pot-related businesses
An ordinance that would prohibit recreational marijuana retailers, producers and processors within city limits is set to come before council members Thursday.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Front Porch: Name a ferry
Specifically, names should represent such things as state symbols, tribal names, bodies of water, geographic locations, cities, counties, or relate to nautical heritage, etc.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Stanwood man stuck in Hawaii after accident
Todd Duitsman is now awaiting a medical flight home to Seattle. That could cost his family more than $50,000.
17-time felon arrested after carjacking attempt, manhunt
An attempted carjacking suspect who sparked a manhunt in Everett on Monday night is a veteran car thief and 17-time felon, court papers show.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
In Our View / Emergency Easetment and Ethics: A road paved by community
We all know where the road leads when using good intentions as paving material, but roads built on opportunism don't get us to the right destination either.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Oso landowner drove a hard bargain after mudslide
With Darrington cut off after the Oso mudslide and the state desperate to help, a pair of business partners successfully demanded more than $80,000 to allow cars and trucks to drive along a power-line access road on their undeveloped land, records show.
Taking back Church Creek Park: Stanwood students team to rid park of drugs, vandalism
Matasha Wilcoxen , 15, draws a detail in pencil on a large sheet of plywood that will be part of a 10-foot wide mural, while Kayli Rodgers, 17, prepares to sketch a bird that she designed for the mural.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Manufacturing innovation: Granite Falls teacher wins statewide award from aerospace center
Granite Falls High School shop teacher Michael Werner poses Thursday for a portrait with two of the EcoCars created by his students.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Barbara McMichael | Bremerton botanical garden owner reflects on space
The Bookmonger is Barbara Lloyd McMichael, who focuses on books, authors and publishers of the Pacific Northwest.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Hiker, rescuer died in Skagit County fall
The Skagit County coroner's office says a hiker and rescuer died of injuries they suffered in a fall of more than 100 feet at Pilchuck Falls.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
From Stanwood to Sno-Isle: A ballot measure is likely on annexing the city's library
Stanwood voters are likely to see a November ballot measure that would annex the city's library into Sno-Isle Libraries , freeing up city funds for roads, police and fire by creating a new library tax.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Chief of north county fire authority to retire
The chief's contract required a 30-day notice for resignation, board chairman Richard Bratland said Friday.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
No charges for deputy in 2013 Stanwood shooting
A Snohomish County sheriff's deputy won't face any criminal charges for an on-duty shooting in Stanwood last year.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
M'ville transportation projects waiting for funding
Like many of us, the city of Marysville has a list of things it would like to do, and another list of what it can afford to do.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Around the County
Edmonds: Senior project is out: Edmonds School District high-schoolers will no longer have to complete a senior project to graduate.