Sultan

Man sentenced for beating, kicking puppy

A Snohomish County judge on Tuesday advised a Sultan man that he should have bought a book about housebreaking dogs instead of beating… Continue reading

Monroe clothing bank closes its doors

Shelly Richardson of Sultan has been keeping her young grandkids in clothes from the Valley Clothing bank for more than a year. Now,… Continue reading

Former treasurer ordered to repay VFW post for theft

Edward Ray Sherman let a lot of people down. A Snohomish County judge on Monday told him it’s time to start making things… Continue reading

Around Snohomish County

Arlington: Trail Coalition seeks help The Trail Coalition of Snohomish County is looking for opinions and help from members, friends and trail users regarding the… Continue reading

Cities urge preparation for winter weather

Winter’s on the way, and local cities are bracing for flooding and other seasonal facts of life in Snohomish County. Historically, floods most… Continue reading

Sultan aims to rise in Cascade Conference football

Everywhere you look in the Cascade Conference there is uncertainty. King’s graduated All-Area Player of the Year Billy Green. Lakewood lost all-purpose star… Continue reading

Biker may have spooked horse, injuring rider

Police are investigating whether a dirt-bike rider antagonized a horse and caused its rider to fall on a Sultan-area trail on Saturday. Another… Continue reading

Sultan grad in film about overcoming disabilities

Ryan Fox is plenty smart. His brain works fine, but it takes him longer to hear and respond. It’s not a disability. It’s a “diff-ability.”… Continue reading

Six vie to oversee growth of city

Six candidates, including one running a write-in campaign, are seeking three Sultan City Council positions. One more candidate is on the Nov. 5… Continue reading

More trails planned in Sultan

The city soon will be able to buy land for future trail construction, thanks to a $324,600 grant from Snohomish County. The 4.5… Continue reading

Coalition’s tireless battle to make U.S. 2 safer is paying off

The highway has been his livelihood and his nemesis. It has taken four close friends he admired — his former administrative aide and… Continue reading

Sultan High School evacuated after chemical spill

A chemical spill at Sultan High School on Monday morning caused classrooms to be evacuated as a safety precaution. One teacher was taken… Continue reading

Recount confirms 4-vote win in Sultan council race

A candidate for Sultan City Council has unseated the incumbent by four votes in a hand recount certified Wednesday by the Snohomish County… Continue reading

Retired Sultan mechanic passes on experience to students

When 79-year-old Bernie Swanson heard Sultan High School was losing a shop teacher, he decided to step in. The retired mechanic and former… Continue reading

Bothell man’s shooting under investigation

Detectives are continuing to investigate a shooting that left a Bothell man injured along a Snohomish County highway Dec. 15. The man in… Continue reading

Sultan Boys & Girls Club ready to rise from ashes

On the third anniversary of the Christmas Eve fire that destroyed Sultan’s Boys &Girls Club, the nonprofit looks forward to building a $2… Continue reading

Two people injured in Sultan house fire

Two men were hurt Monday afternoon in a house fire in the Sultan area. The fire broke out about 4 p.m. in the… Continue reading

Sultan High senior reaches out to classmates in positive ways

DeeAnna Wesson has a nurturing spirit and is known for her care for her classmates at Sultan High School. She started a support… Continue reading

Work on 1892 Sultan building reveals old clothing company ad

They chose the building for its 19th century history. They were looking for old stories. Jim Tinney and his daughter, Michelle, purchased the… Continue reading

39th District House candidates focus on education spending

Candidates seeking a state House or Senate seat in the 39th district say they’ve set their sights on improving mental health care, reducing drug abuse… Continue reading