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More scholarships going to EvCC students
Scholarships are “a vote of confidence in the students,” the director of the EvCC Foundation said.
District 10 GOP representatives battle to keep their seats
Norma Smith and Dave Hayes face strong challengers in Democrats Scott McMullen and Dave Paul.
She plays lacrosse, drives an F-150 and believes in kindness
Riley Taylor is a senior and student leader at Snohomish High School.
Kids eat dinner for free at four Marysville schools
The dinner program is run like summer lunches and is open at no cost to anyone up to 18 years old.
Test scores: Math still a struggle; science turnout low
There was a new science test in spring 2018. It’s not yet required to graduate, so many didn’t take it.
No room for error: Students need more credits to graduate
Schools are boosting existing programs and adding new ones to help students keep up.
Arlington voters to consider $107.5M bond for second time
The money would go toward building a new Post Middle School and adding to Arlington High School.
Goal is 20,000 jobs by 2040 in Arlington-Marysville center
A public meeting is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday to discuss a big plan for industrial growth.
Stanwood voters to consider annexing into North County Fire
If the measure passes, homeowners would pay fire/EMS taxes to the fire authority instead of the city.
Granite Falls leaders decide to keep sewer hookups on pause
Development was set to outpace sewer capacity, and upgrades could cost more than $15 million.
Anonymous youth survey to tackle tough topics
The state Healthy Youth Survey, given every other year, is scheduled for this month. It is optional.
The wily wolverine: Iconic species making comeback in state
A Snohomish man recently captured video of two wolverines near Glacier Peak.
Review board approves contested Lake Stevens annexation
Residents of the area had challenged the move. They are considering their appeal options.
Pumpkins to fly from trebuchets during Camano fundraiser
The Camano Pumpkin Project at Kristoferson Farm this weekend will raise money for six charities.
Homeowners urge state board to halt Lake Stevens annexation
The fate of 108 disputed acres adjacent to the city is now in the hands of a boundary review panel.
Uptick in voter registration as deadline nears
On National Voter Registration Day, 767 people in the county registered or updated their information.
Decades-old service station to become place for innovators
TheLab@arlington would be part of a network that also includes a new space in Everett.
Party marks decade of free books for Lake Stevens kids
Singer Dolly Parton founded the Imagination Library to promote reading to and with young children.
Sunnyside Nursery to celebrate 70 years of color, creativity
“We live in a horticultural paradise,” said Steve Smith, the third owner of the Marysville nursery.
Tips for suicide prevention: Don’t avoid the topic
If you are concerned, ask someone if they are thinking of killing themselves.