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Mukilteo kids collect stuffed animals for hospital

Olympic View Middle School students Josh Clogston, Heike Cyphert and Khyara Jordan organized a stuffed animal drive to benefit the emergency department and Children’s Center… Continue reading

Sultan teens refresh Gold Bar sign

Carlos Gonzalez and James Fortin, as part of the community service requirement for all students graduating from Sultan High School, recently renovated the welcome sign… Continue reading

In Uniform

The Fleet Reserve Association Club 170 was awarded Seattle CityVoter’s award for “Best Karaoke and Neighborhood Bar.”… Continue reading

‘Merrysville’ volunteer honored in Marysville

Nelly Osborn, who started volunteering for the Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation team last winter with Merrysville for the Holidays, was honored June 27 as… Continue reading

Lions give boost to Everett seniors

The South Everett Lions Club recently awarded $1,000 scholarships at two local high schools in south Everett. Cascade High School recipients receiving the Bob Well… Continue reading

Lynnwood, Edmonds foundations award $19,500

Three local foundations awarded $19,500 in scholarships to 11 graduating Edmonds School District seniors. Lynnwood Kiwanis House scholarships of $1,500 went to Edmonds-Woodway grad Jinsung… Continue reading

Hair stylist named Snohomish Kiwanis Citizen of the Quarter

Tom Walker, a longtime Snohomish hair stylist, was named the Kiwanis Club of Snohomish Citizen of the Quarter. Walker, who recently retired, is active with… Continue reading

Snohomish foundation awards $165K in scholarships

The Snohomish Education Foundation awarded $165,000 in scholarships to 165 graduating seniors from the Snohomish School District. Awards came from 77 different scholarship funds administered… Continue reading

Tourism Bureau recognizes top volunteers

The Snohomish County Tourism Bureau recently held a Volunteer Appreciation Event and recognized four volunteers as Volunteers of the Year: Bob Temple, who volunteers at… Continue reading

Two local WWU students win scholarships

Western Washington University awarded student Josette Wicker, a 2015 graduate of Marysville Getchell High School, the $1,000 WWU Associated Students Diversity Scholarship; and Murray Pendergrass,… Continue reading

Driver hits 2 million mile mark

Community Transit bus driver Sukhbir Sangha was recently recognized by the agency for compiling 2 million miles behind the big wheel. The Two Million Mile… Continue reading

Home builder awards scholarships

Sundquist Homes, based in Lynnwood, awarded $2,000 scholarships to Savannah Thompson (Northshore School District) and Emilie Mathiason (Edmonds School District). To submit items for Way… Continue reading

Local teens medal at state SkillsUSA

The Washington State SkillsUSA competition was held April 29 in Yakima. Local winners: Arlington High School: Abigail Hummer (second place, early childhood education) Edmonds-Woodway High… Continue reading

Snohomish grad awarded $2,000 scholarship

Northwest Farm Credit Services awarded a $2,000 scholarship to Kylie Kerker, of Snohomish. Kerker is a junior at Syracuse University, where she is studying biology… Continue reading

Students named to military academies

The following students have received appointments to U.S. military service academies: Beck Fosberg, Edmonds (U.S. Air Force Academy); Christina Dominowski, Arlington, and Tiffany Johnstone, Marysville… Continue reading

Fleet Reserve appoints officers

Irving Salsbury on June 14 was re-installed as president of the Fleet Reserve Association Branch 170. Other officers are Vice President Pat Guyot and Treasurer… Continue reading

Block Watch clears woods near school

A local Block Watch group led by Bill Cross and Sam Cheyne for a second year cleaned up woods near Marshall Elementary School in Marysville.… Continue reading

Credit union hands out scholarships

NW Plus Credit Union awarded scholarships to the following local students enrolled in college or graduating from high school: Haeley Johnston, Washington State University ($1,500);… Continue reading

Mukilteo brokers collect for food bank

Windermere Mukilteo brokers in June volunteered to collect donations from shoppers at the neighborhood QFC, bringing in $751 and just under 1,000 pounds of food… Continue reading

Soroptimists give Peoria Home big boost

Soroptimist International of Everett on June 14 presented Peoria Home with a $50,000 check towards its capital facility drive. Peoria Home is a nonprofit helping… Continue reading