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Snohomish Kiwanis names Students of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently awarded its Students of the Quarter honors to students in the Snohomish School District. Honored were Thomas Cooley and… Continue reading

Snohomish residents get their first view of new government

In the packed meeting, one outgoing councilman urged folks to stay involved.

Man who made bomb claim after Highway 9 crash is charged

A competency evaluation has been ordered for a driver who claimed there was a bomb in his vehicle.

Community roundup: Pair of swimmers headed to nationals

Two members of a local swim team are getting their shot on one of the country’s biggest stages. Ava Collinge and Matt King, members of… Continue reading

Schools of Distinction awarded for most improvement

The Center for Educational Effectiveness named its 2017 School of Distinction Award Winners. The schools showed the most improvement over a five-year period in reading… Continue reading

Holiday decoration inspiration (or envy) in Snohomish

The Snohomish Christmas Parlor Tour on Dec. 10 features historic homes decorated to the hilt.

The city manager is out, and Snohomish’s ‘strong’ mayor is in

John Kartak took the oath for a position he had a hand in creating. “I’m reaching out in every direction,” he said.

The armed, masked man under the porch was her ex-boyfriend

He said he just wanted to talk. It looked like stalking to police, who arrested him.

Book tells the story of J.S. White, the man who built Snohomish

Released this fall, historian Warner Blake’s “J.S. White, Our First Architect” was a community effort.

Snohomish grad leads forensics team to victory

Kelsie Watkins, of Snohomish, reached the finals in six events at the Northwest College Trapper Rendezvous, held Nov. 3-4 in Powell, Wyoming. She won the… Continue reading

Flooding along the Snohomish River to recede today

“The front’s through, so that will allow the rivers to start coming down,” a forecaster said.

Stillaguamish River crests; more flooding depends on rain

Rising water created problems along the Snohomish and Skykomish rivers, too. Landslides are possible.

Where the wild things are in Snohomish

Step into the studio of Imps and Monsters creator Justin Hillgrove for a Black Friday sale.

Cornerstone students ‘Feed the Need’

Students in preschool through ninth grade at Cornerstone Academy in Snohomish helped “Feed the Need” on Nov. 2. Kids measured dry soy, dehydrated veggies, rice… Continue reading

Coming together as family

Special-needs students and teachers at the Transition Center cooked up a Thanksgiving feast.

This year’s Snohomish Blues Invasion has an all-star lineup

Proceeds send the CD Woodbury Trio and the Benton-Townsend Duo to the International Blues Challenge.

When Isabelle Strehle was in the fifth grade, her class at Dutch Hill Elementary raised money to help build a school in Kenya. They bought enough bricks to build one wall. Now as a senior at Snohomish High School, she is helping build a library and is collecting book donations. Beside her on the bench are “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” and “Great Expectations.” In her hands is the classic “Moby Dick.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Snohomish senior raising money to build library in Kenyan village

Her fifth-grade class had collected donations that helped build a school there.

When Isabelle Strehle was in the fifth grade, her class at Dutch Hill Elementary raised money to help build a school in Kenya. They bought enough bricks to build one wall. Now as a senior at Snohomish High School, she is helping build a library and is collecting book donations. Beside her on the bench are “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” and “Great Expectations.” In her hands is the classic “Moby Dick.” (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Fenkner graduates with honors from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Trevor Fenkner graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. Fenkner earned distinction as an honor graduate.… Continue reading

New life for old Snohomish High walnut tree

Students crafted furniture, to be sold at fundraiser Saturday, from a former fixture on the campus.

Westbound U.S. 2 Trestle to be repaved in 2018

It will mark the second year of three years of resurfacing projects from Everett to Skykomish.