Religion Calendar

BIBLE STUDY Bible study: 10:30 a.m. Mondays at First Congregational United Church of Christ, 2624 Rockefeller Ave., Everett, 425-252-7224. Wordshop women’s Bible study: 10 a.m.… Continue reading

Man’s alleged flash to pass gets him charged

A Bothell man frustrated with his fellow motorists opted to flash more than his middle finger to express his impatience. The man, 51,… Continue reading

Fire destroys Maltby house

Crews knocked down a fast-moving, early morning house fire that caused half a million dollars worth of damage. Neighbors woke up to strange noises around… Continue reading

State Rep. Mark Ericks nominated to be U.S. marshal

Democratic State Rep. Mark Ericks of Bothell may soon have a new career: U.S. marshal. The former Bothell police chief is seeking appointment… Continue reading

Community Calendar

Benefits Stacy Jones Band barbecue and benefit, 11 a.m. Aug. 15, Edmonds Masonic Hall, 515 Dayton St., Edmonds. Blues concert benefits historic Edmonds opera house.… Continue reading

Biz Bits: People and events in Snohomish County

People Dale Henley, president and CEO of Haggen Inc. since 1996, announced his retirement from the grocer Thursday. He will remain at the helm until… Continue reading

Maltby fire destroys home

MALTBY – Crews knocked down a fast moving house fire early this morning after it had spread to nearby trees and brush. Neighbors woke up… Continue reading

Maltby business disputes $62,000 fine

MALTBY — The state Department of Ecology has slapped a company with $62,000 in fines over water quality issues at a business park construction project.… Continue reading

Change marks Aug. 18 primary election

What do 83 men and women living in all corners of Snohomish County and a convent atop a hill in Woodway have in… Continue reading

No one hurt after school bus rear-ended near Maltby

MALTBY — State troopers on Monday afternoon investigated a crash involving a school bus carrying three students. A small school bus from the Northshore School… Continue reading

Faith calendar

BIBLE STUDY Bible study with Bishop Boerger: 7 p.m. Dec. 9 at Light of the Cross Lutheran Church, 2717 180th St. SE, Bothell. Bishop Boerger… Continue reading

Minnesota transplant settled into Northwest life

CLEARVIEW — Martha Perry didn’t mind getting up early and working until the early afternoon. The gardens around the 5-acre home she shared with her… Continue reading

Luxury home builder charged with tax theft

Grey Lundberg cast a somber glance over the burnt ruins of the $2 million home he’d built on the Street of Dreams,… Continue reading

Who’s Who: Rocky Wens, Blue Canyon LLC

In 2003, Rocky Wens was president of ESP Inc., Engineering Support Personnel, in Lynnwood and celebrating an award from the Snohomish County Business Journal as… Continue reading

Readers tell of hummingbirds’ winter visits

As predicted in last week’s column, we’re returning to the hummingbird-in- winter topic today and then laying it to rest. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed everyone’s comments.… Continue reading

Community Extra: Opportunities

Volunteer: Hospice and home care session planned A free information session to review the volunteer opportunities at Providence Hospice and Home Care is scheduled from… Continue reading

Fire District 1’s plans bumping up against growing cities

EVERETT — Ed Widdis, chief of Snohomish County Fire District 1, walked to a large wall map in fire station headquarters. He pointed to the… Continue reading

School Winners

Local students win at Math Olympiad Twenty-one students from Skyline Elementary in Everett competed on May 1 at the Math Olympiad competition in Seattle. The… Continue reading

Three vie for open 1st District seat

State House of Representatives, 1st District, Position 2 What’s the job? At stake is a two-year term as a representative in the state Legislature. The… Continue reading

Front porch

Lose a camera? Weird that the owner of a camera shop found a camera, but that’s what happened. Eric Minnig, co owner of Ken’s Camera… Continue reading