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Firefighters bring holiday cheer

Everett Firefighters IAFF Local 46 collected toys through December to donate to Toys for Tots and Christmas House. “As firefighters it’s our mission to help… Continue reading

Rotary honors Everett teens

The Rotary Club of Everett honored its Students of the Month for January from Cascade, Everett and Sequoia high schools. Salima Rugabano, of Everett, plans… Continue reading

Edmonds Lions Club donates to food bank

The Edmonds Lions Club on Jan. 22 donated $5,400 to the Edmonds Food Bank. Proceeds come from a raffle of gift certificates donated by local… Continue reading

Inspiring college students highlighted

The Washington State Association of College Trustees on Jan. 22 honored 34 community and technical college students as 2018 Transforming Lives award winners. The annual… Continue reading

Lynnwood school celebrates Catholic Schools Week

St. Thomas More Parish School in Lynnwood celebrated Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 28-Feb. 2. Catholic Schools Week is a tradition started in 1974. It celebrates… Continue reading

Mariner fills in for Blue Thunder

The members of the Mariner High School drum line filled in at the last minute on Jan. 11 to lead the Special Olympics Parade in… Continue reading

Veteran honored as ‘Hero’ with truck

Epic Ford of Everett on Jan. 21 awarded U.S. Army veteran Kyle Storbakken with a Ford F-150 as part of its Nominate a Hero promotion.… Continue reading

Schack honors Young Artists

Hundreds of teens will have their award-winning work displayed as part of the Scholastic Art Awards.

Edmonds-Woodway teen serves as page

Edmonds-Woodway High School junior Carina Ly, 16, served as a page in the Washington State Senate during the week of Jan. 8 under the sponsorship… Continue reading

Edmonds honors employee

City employees in Edmonds nominate co-workers for Employee of the Year honors. The 2017 award went to Darren Browning, who has been with the Public… Continue reading

Schools get Gold Stars for helping students reach college

Over 30,000 of last year’s eighth-graders signed up for the College Bound Scholarship, with a statewide average sign-up rate of 71 percent. Edmonds, Everett and… Continue reading

3 nods to Kamiak teens for military academies

Three Kamiak High School seniors received congressional nominations to apply for U.S. military academies in recognition of their leadership, athleticism and academic excellence. Anthony Armad… Continue reading

Kiwanis highlights Snohomish students

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently named its Students of the Quarter for the Snohomish School District. Centennial Middle School: King Kamimura, Katie Stern Valley… Continue reading

Lombardi’s hosts Housing Hope families for “Dine in for Hope”

Lombardi’s Italian Restaurant at the Everett Marina recently hosted 20 families for dinner through the “Dine in for Hope” campaign. The free meal allowed the… Continue reading

Y gets moving for Puerto Rico

The YMCA of Snohomish County hosted a community Zumbathon on Jan. 13 and raised $2,000 for the YMCAs in Puerto Rico. More than 75 people… Continue reading

Groups step up to help bring holiday cheer to at-risk youth

The Snohomish County Court Appointed Special Advocate program partnered with local businesses, community organizations and individuals throughout Snohomish County to ensure all children represented by… Continue reading

MLT honored for Night Out

Mountlake Terrace was recently selected as a National Award Winner for its outstanding participation for National Night Out Against Crime, a crime, drug and violence… Continue reading

Outgoing councilwoman honored by Marysville Fire District

The Marysville Fire District in December honored outgoing City Councilwoman Donna Wright for her many years of service on the district’s board of directors. Wright… Continue reading

Rotary clubs honor teacher, students in Edmonds district

Greg Troyer, a Spruce Elementary School fifth- and sixth-grade teacher, was the Rotary Club of Alderwood-Terrace December Educator of the Month. “He lets us do… Continue reading

$75K gift to complete Arboretum

The Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens President Trevor Cameron on Jan. 10 presented Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin and the Everett City Council with a check for… Continue reading