Stanwood

Stanwood-Camano YMCA celebrates its first year

A celebration is planned to mark the end of the Stanwood-Camano YMCA’s first full year. It’s a year that has exceeded expectations, Executive… Continue reading

Stanwood’s Knights of Columbus help raise funds for veterans

Nearly 200 people attended a fundraising dinner in August meant to support military chaplains and to help send veterans to Europe for a… Continue reading

Public may soon have access to Camano’s Barnum Point Park

The vision for a new 129-acre park at Triangle Cove, complete with several miles of bluff trails and a mile of waterfront… Continue reading

Area wrestling experts talk Stanwood’s Phillips

Here’s what a collection of area wrestling experts (in alphabetical order) had to say about Stanwood rising senior Mason Phillips, who will represent the United… Continue reading

Part 3 of local wrestling series: Phillips in his own words

By Mason Phillips Special to The Herald If you would’ve told me last summer that I would be representing the United States and wrestling at… Continue reading

Highway 532 culvert work expected to wrap up this weekend

Construction crews are wrapping up work on a large fish culvert under Highway 532 and hope to reopen the main route from Stanwood… Continue reading

Lake Goodwin drowning victim is identified

The man who drowned in Lake Goodwin has been identified as William D. Jensen. Snohomish County sheriff’s deputies reported that Jensen was ejected… Continue reading

Everett teen wants to help people be politically informed

Zack Demars, 18, grew up in Everett and graduated from Cascade High School in June. He plans to attend the University of Oregon… Continue reading

Collegiate honor society inductees

Local residents initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Arizona State University: Corrie Wilder, of Bothell, Sarah Blais and Linda Walsh, both of… Continue reading

Stanwood boater could face charges in man’s drowning

Divers on Saturday recovered the body of a man who was ejected from a boat on Lake Goodwin the night before. The circumstances… Continue reading

Twin brothers are go-to combination for Stanwood offense

Twin brothers Karl and Trygve DeBoer grew up tossing the football with each other in the backyard and dreaming of one day playing… Continue reading

Historic Stanwood barn burned down to make way for park

The crumbling barn stood against a blue sky as fire trucks pulled up Friday morning. Debris and brambles filled the inside of the… Continue reading

Photo assignment: Capture the grit and love of local farming

Seven farmers brought cameras into their fields, gardens and homes, capturing hundreds of photographs they later narrowed to three each. The 21 photos… Continue reading

More than s’mores: Camp Fire celebrates 100 years

On a grassy field near the lake, staff and counselors greet each other with camp names — “Frog” or “Disney” — while campers… Continue reading

Work begins on Stanwood’s memorial to military veterans

On a downtown street where local history is celebrated, work has begun to honor those who lost their lives fighting for their country.… Continue reading

Nonprofit animal rescue group NOAH hit by fuel thief

They hadn’t realized anything was wrong. Last month, a volunteer hopped in a van parked at the NOAH Center in Stanwood. The center’s… Continue reading

Part of Highway 532 to close for fish culvert replacement

For the second summer in a row, a stretch of Highway 532 is closing to replace an undersized fish culvert below the road.… Continue reading

Silvana Fair stays true to its community roots (video)

For 70 years, fair season in Snohomish County has kicked off in Silvana. It’s a small community that has stayed true to its… Continue reading

Warm Beach Senior Community members tend to a thriving garden

The pea plants grew so high this year that the gardeners needed a ladder to harvest the tallest. It’s been a season of… Continue reading