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That’s just one suggestion in a report on how to cover the cost of managing state recreation areas.
The 2nd Chance Thrift Shop provides 53 percent of the budget for the senior and family center.
“I Am So Sick of White Guys” is sure to amuse some people — and most certainly anger others.
The Center for Educational Effectiveness named its 2017 School of Distinction Award Winners. The schools showed the most improvement over a five-year period in reading… Continue reading
Art flasks prove popular as bachelorette gifts, birthday presents and wedding favors.
Both the prosecution and defense are recommending an 18-year sentence for Ezekiel Scannell-McCrae.
The Camano Island Women’s Republican Club hosted a fundraiser Sept. 20 at the Camano Island Library to benefit USO Northwest at Seatac International Airport. The… Continue reading
Camano Island’s Sausage Haus products might be contaminated.
About eight of 10 car seats are installed incorrectly, according to Safe Kids Snohomish County.
On Thursday evening, someone posted an inappropriate message on the Stanwood Camano School District website. “The message was not a district statement and… Continue reading
A celebration is planned to mark the end of the Stanwood-Camano YMCA’s first full year. It’s a year that has exceeded expectations, Executive… Continue reading
The Camano Animal Shelter Association’s annual dog wash fundraiser raised over $6,400, a record amount. The event, held Aug. 19, saw over 200 dogs get… Continue reading
The vision for a new 129-acre park at Triangle Cove, complete with several miles of bluff trails and a mile of waterfront… Continue reading
Construction crews are wrapping up work on a large fish culvert under Highway 532 and hope to reopen the main route from Stanwood… Continue reading
The crumbling barn stood against a blue sky as fire trucks pulled up Friday morning. Debris and brambles filled the inside of the… Continue reading
On a downtown street where local history is celebrated, work has begun to honor those who lost their lives fighting for their country.… Continue reading
Person and pooch became one as they stretched on mats in a grassy circle. Kara Keating was leading a class in dog… Continue reading
Representatives from state and federal agencies, outdoor recreation groups and nonprofits are working on plans that could change the way people pay to… Continue reading
For the second summer in a row, a stretch of Highway 532 is closing to replace an undersized fish culvert below the road.… Continue reading