Lynnwood grad completes Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Robert Kluth graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Kluth is the son… Continue reading

A bit of the Mediterranean in beautiful downtown Brier

As the city’s only restaurant, Brier Pizza serves much more than pizza and pasta.

Brier teacher is state Technology Student Association’s best

Brier Terrace Middle School teacher Todd Johnston was named the 2018 Washington Technology Student Association Adviser of the Year. He is the Washington Technology Student… 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

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

Stanwood Raccoons rock reading challenge

A Brier team was a close second in the annual Sno-Isle Libraries reading trivia challenge.

A first-time candidate takes on a County Council incumbent

Democrat Terry Ryan seeks a second term in District 4. Marcus Barton is a “left-leaning Republican.”

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

Five candidates competing for seat on Fire District 1 board

There’s a surge in interest in serving on the board of Snohomish County Fire District 1. Four people have filed to run against… Continue reading

Brier teen is West Point bound

Jordan Burtt, of Brier, won a National Washington Crossing Foundation scholarship, given to high school seniors planning careers in government service. Burtt is headed to… Continue reading

National Merit Scholarship winners

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation recently announced a round of winners of its corporate-sponsored awards. Local winners are Adam Alayli, Aware Deshmukh and Michael Li,… Continue reading

Tech students advance

The Technology Students Association (TSA) State Conference was held March 16-18 in Yakima with over 900 competitors. Students and teams who ranked in the Top… Continue reading

Locals competed at state National Geographic Bee

The National Geographic State Bee was held March 31 at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. Local students who competed at the state-level competition: Jack Bode… Continue reading

Northshore School Board director to resign, run for office

Northshore School Board Director Ken Smith announced Monday that he intends to resign and campaign for a state Senate seat. Smith’s District 2… Continue reading

Brier man arrested for allegedly dealing drugs after DEA probe

A Brier man is facing a felony charge after suspected drugs, including heroin and crack cocaine, were found hidden in his car. Jose… Continue reading

Edmonds VFW post recognizes essay winners

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8870 of Edmonds on Jan. 10 recognized the winners of its annual student essay contest. This year’s national theme at… Continue reading

Election brings a bigger tax bite to south county

South Snohomish County will have some of the highest sales taxes in the nation starting next year, as a result of last week’s… Continue reading

Brier woman killed by lion known for work with animals

Dianna Hanson’s love of animals began as a volunteer at a Lynnwood animal shelter and included her work last year as a research… Continue reading

Brier woman killed by lion at Calif. animal park

A lion mauled to death a 24-year-old intern just a few weeks on the job Wednesday at an exotic animal park in… Continue reading

Woman’s death in lion cage was accident, family says

Family members of a 24-year-old intern killed by a lion at a California animal park said Friday they believe the facility followed… Continue reading