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Brier teacher is state Technology Student Association’s best

Brier Terrace Middle School teacher Todd Johnston was named the 2018 Washington…


Conservation heroes honored at Better Ground Showcase

The Snohomish Conservation District held its Better Ground Showcase honoring local individuals,…


Grossman ride clocks 15K miles

The Dr. Art Grossman Memorial Bike Ride was held April 14 on…


Health students shine at state competition

Washington HOSA is a student organization focused on careers in health care (formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America). The State Leadership Conference was… Continue reading

Local students win top awards in PTA Reflections art contest

The Washington State PTA Reflections art contest theme this year was “Within Reach.” Students with Outstanding Interpretation awards advance to a national Reflections contest. Winners… Continue reading

Stanwood a close second in Hi-Q national showdown

Stanwood High School finished in a close second place in the national Hi-Q championship, held virtually against teams from Pennyslvania, Alabama and Wisconsin. A Pennsylvania… Continue reading

Swish: Police officers fix hoops at Stanwood complex

Stanwood Police officers were at the Housing Hope apartments in Stanwood doing some checks. Sgt. Greg Sanders and Deputy Greg Rasar noticed that the basketball… Continue reading

Bike commuter honored by transit agency

For 20 years, Bob Stiles of Edmonds has commuted by bike or bus to his job in Seattle, as well as to get around for… Continue reading

Health Champions feted

As part of its 2017 Health Champions program, the Snohomish County Board of Health on April 10 gave out 11 awards to people and organizations… Continue reading

Job well done for Brier officer

Brier Police officer Garry Tilleson was recognized March 27 by Brier City Council for his proactive policing work. Tilleson was noted for his work on… Continue reading

Teacher honored by U.S. Army Command

Diana Ellerman, a social studies teacher at Cedarcrest Middle School, was recently honored by the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Joint Base… Continue reading

Arlington recognizes volunteer

The Arlington Mayor’s Volunteer Award was presented recently to Dr. Devin Brossard, president of the Arlington Runners’ Club. The club holds charitable races that generate… Continue reading

Arlington teens reach out to Japanese

The Arlington School District hosted 19 Japanese teenagers for 10 days. The Japanese students stayed with host families, spent a day at Haller Middle School,… Continue reading

Kiwanis name Citizen of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently named Dennis Walters its Citizen of the Quarter. Walters is a Scout master of Boy Scouts Troop 91 and… Continue reading

Toastmasters club celebrates 80 years

The Everett Pacesetters, a Toastmasters International club, celebrated its 80th year at a celebration March 29. The group helps people gain confidence in public speaking… Continue reading

Assistance League helps graduates

Assistance League of Everett awarded 195 local high school seniors from 19 different high schools within Snohomish County with $250 financial awards. The funds are… Continue reading

Bothell student in top 10 for state Bee

Asher Villa from Northshore Middle School in Bothell finished in sixth place at the National Geographic State Bee, held April 6 at Pacific Lutheran University… Continue reading

State DECA winners qualify for international competition

The DECA State Career Development Conference was held March 1-3 in Bellevue. Several local students finished in top spots and qualify to join nearly 19,000… Continue reading

Terrace robotics are champs at state competition

Jackson, Cedar Park and King’s also head to the FIRST World Championships.

Bothell alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Braydon Molina-Catalan graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Molina-Catalan is the son of Leonel… Continue reading