Camano Island

This year’s Snow Goose Festival is canceled, but geese remain

Problems coordinating some key activities and a lack of volunteers led to the cancellation of the 12th annual Port Susan Snow Goose Festival.… Continue reading

Camano Chapel nears completion of decadelong building project

There are Bible verses written in black ink under the drywall and on the concrete of the unfinished floor. The Camano Chapel’s… Continue reading

Voter turnout creeps toward minimum for Lake Stevens library

There still aren’t enough ballots counted to pass a $17 million bond measure to build a new library here. The second round… Continue reading

Lake Stevens voters leaning toward approving library

Voters in Stanwood and on Camano Island were well on their way to approving a $147.5 million bond for a new high school,… Continue reading

Ballots due in Lake Stevens, Granite Falls and Stanwood-Camano

Valentines aren’t the only items that need to be mailed or dropped off Tuesday. It’s the last day to send or turn in… Continue reading

Thousands of children in Snohomish County have no home

There are thousands of children and teens in Snohomish County who wonder where they’ll sleep each night or where they’ll find their next… Continue reading

Stan Boreson, ‘King of Scandinavian Humor,’ dies at 91

Stan Boreson, the beloved entertainer from Everett who won hearts with his wacky songs and upbeat accordion playing, died Friday. He was 91.… Continue reading

Ballots in the mail for Feb. 14 special election

A request to voters for $147.5 million to build a new high school is the biggest ask in the Feb. 14 special election.… Continue reading

Quilters bring warmth to Children’s Center

Members of the nonprofit Camano Island Quilters have prepared “comfort quilts” for local hospitals for over 20 years, and provide donations twice a year to… Continue reading

Tiny busker from Camano Island promotes animal welfare, veganism

Recognize this girl? She’s a pint-sized violinist busker. She plays her violin on sidewalks around the area, collecting money for animal causes. Jovee Holmes made… Continue reading

Camano fire district considering raising levy to pay for rising costs

Firefighters here have plans for the next decade but say they’ll need a bigger budget. Camano Island Fire and Rescue recently drafted… Continue reading

Slow and steady winning combination for New Year’s resolutions

For years, losing weight or getting healthy has topped millions of New Year’s resolution lists. And for years, they’ve proven to be challenging… Continue reading

Front Porch: Mountlake Terrace City Hall update

City Hall update: The city of Mountlake Terrace is accepting architectural bids for its new City Hall. Submissions are due Jan. 17. A ballot measure… Continue reading

Feds shut down flight-school fundraiser for ‘Barefoot Bandit’

A man who became known as the “Barefoot Bandit” during a teenage crime spree in stolen cars, boats and planes had his flight-school… Continue reading

Mother remains hospitalized in serious condition after deadly accident

A Camano Island woman remains in serious condition after a crash that killed her two children. Tanya Canell, 23, is in the intensive… Continue reading

2 children killed in fiery Camano crash; driver in hospital

A young mother’s minivan went off the road Tuesday morning, leaving her with serious injuries and killing two children. Tanya Canell, 23,… Continue reading

Seattle man dies from injuries in Camano Island crash

A 78-year-old Seattle man has died from injuries suffered in a Nov. 24 crash on Camano Island. Kenneth M. Vereb reportedly was… Continue reading

Front Porch: Candlelight remembrance

Victims remembered Victim Support Services is holding its annual Candlelight Remembrance from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at 2411 Hewitt Ave., Everett. Gather with survivors… Continue reading

Ask questions about proposed $147.5 million Stanwood school

Questions about the proposal for a new $147.5 million high school can be asked at a public meeting Monday evening. The Stanwood-Camano School… Continue reading

Conservation District honors environmental volunteers

Val Schroeder turned her back yard into a paradise for wild creatures. She’s watched eagles perch in nearby trees and otters shimmy… Continue reading