Way to Go

Drivers log millions of miles — safely

Community Transit recently honored Darren “Casey” Noblick with a Two Million Mile…


In Uniform

A collection of news and events about and for active duty military and veterans.


Monroe pharmacy interns serve in Ghana

Earlier this year, University of Washington School of Pharmacy students and EvergreenHealth…


Kamiak music teacher named state’s best

Nancy Duck-Jefferson, choir teacher at Kamiak High School, was recently selected as the High School Music Educator of the Year by the Washington Music Educators… Continue reading

Monroe girl is Miss Teen

Monroe High School sophomore Summer Keffeler was named Miss Washington Teen USA at a recent pageant. One of her first steps as winner was to… Continue reading

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

Soroptimists raise $37K for causes

Soroptimist International of Marysville held its annual benefit auction, “The Roaring 20’s,” on Oct. 28 and raised over $37,000 to benefit local causes, including a… Continue reading

Active Casino Road volunteer honored for work

Molina Healthcare recently honored Jorge Galindo, from Everett, as one of its Community Champions for going “above and beyond” to help local youth. Galindo was… Continue reading

Foundation awards grants to Arlington schools

The Arlington Education Foundation on Nov. 13 presented a check to the Arlington School Board for over $7,800 in classroom grants. The Foundation awards classroom… Continue reading

Over $12K raised to InspireHER

InspireHER, a local organization that encourages female empowerment, raised over $12,000 at a Nov. 9 breakfast fundraiser. Proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish… Continue reading

Kamiak alum graduates with merit

Emilie Boettger, of Mukilteo, recently received her master’s of science with merit from the School of Social and Political Science in Childhood Studies at the… Continue reading

Award-winning pianist makes beautiful music at age 10

Pianist Kaitlyn Gia Lee, 10, has been a top prize-winner at many prestigious music competitions, including the Seattle International Piano Competition’s Virtuoso Festival. The girl… Continue reading

Gobble, gobble: Rotary, AMHS gather up feasts for Thanksgiving

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club on Nov. 19 assembled 350 bags filled with all the fixings for a Thanksgiving feast, then delivered them to families… 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

Arlington native serves on USS Antietam

Ensign Alvin Abes, a 2012 Arlington High School graduate, serves in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided missile cruiser, USS Antietam. Abes… Continue reading

Ballew named Grand Marshal for Merrysville parade

Marysville has named Jim Ballew this year’s Grand Marshal of the Merrysville for the Holidays parade, set for Dec. 2. Ballew is the director of… Continue reading

Hazelwood Elementary celebrates 50 years

Hazelwood Elementary School in Lynnwood celebrated its 50th birthday Nov. 2 with food, entertainment and a time of sharing memories. The school opened in fall… Continue reading

Music4Life donates 116 instruments to Everett schools

Students in Everett School District schools are using 116 instruments donated through Music4Life. The Seattle-based nonprofit acquires instruments from adults who no longer need them,… Continue reading

Terrace Park school holds Socktober drive

Students and staff at Terrace Park Elementary School in Mountlake Terrace collected 2,480 pairs of socks for nonprofit Clothes For Kids as part of a… Continue reading

Guild donates to Providence group

At an October board meeting, Providence General Children’s Association President Mary Lou Finley accepted a $2,000 donation from PGCA Guild 1. The nonprofit association contributes… Continue reading