Paine Field

Paine Field now hosts Paul Allen’s World War II airplane collection

A group of airplanes made famous during WWII is coming to Paine Field, and starting today, the public is invited to see the Flying Heritage… Continue reading

A new home to air power

It could be that some of the planes in Paul Allen’s collection of World War II aircraft made it possible for him to… Continue reading

Feds warn Snohomish County to listen to airline

If Snohomish County refuses to bend to accommodate an airline that wants to fly out of Paine Field, the federal government will pull… Continue reading

Everett to join airport debate

The Snohomish County Council’s snub of discount airline Allegiant Air has already raised the eyebrows of federal aviation officials. Now, the city of… Continue reading

Rejecting an airline could prove costly

In October 2002, a small plane was forced to abort a takeoff at Paine Field and rolled off the south end of the… Continue reading

Airline takes tour of Paine Field

Allegiant Air officials visited Paine Field last week to eyeball the airport where the company is looking to bring passenger flights, a controversial… Continue reading

Boeing boosts China demand outlook as middle class expands

Bloomberg News Boeing lifted its forecast for aircraft demand in China in the next two decades, saying a rising middle class would spur leisure and… Continue reading

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1958) County Commissioner Sam Kraetz announced today that the new Snohomish County extension agent chairman was Allen Estep, a Garfield County agriculture… Continue reading

Week in Review

Sunday, June 1 Expect fireworks prices to skyrocket: A massive explosion in China could put a damper on Uncle Sam’s birthday. On Valentine’s Day, 20… Continue reading

County Council opposes commercial flights at Paine Field

Any proposed commercial airline flights at Paine Field will be fought vigorously, the Democratic majority on the Snohomish County Council said Wednesday. Mukilteo residents who… Continue reading


Civil War memorial ceremony Saturday The Evergreen Cemetery Historical Committee presents a Civil War memorial ceremony and tour from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at… Continue reading

Everett Council supports Paine Field flights

The Everett City Council voted 6-0 Wednesday in favor of a resolution supporting scheduled commercial flights at Paine Field. The resolution is a… Continue reading

Snohomish County talks big but can’t ban flights

Snohomish County Council members are acting as if they can bar Allegiant Air and its ilk from Paine Field, knowing full well they can’t. They’re… Continue reading

Study backs Paine Field passenger service

Passenger airline service at Paine Field would attract and retain high-tech businesses in Everett and noise problems from expanding the airport would be… Continue reading

Disaster planning money reduced

Federal money used to help local and state public health agencies plan for disasters is being cut by $3.7 million in Washington, with cuts to… Continue reading

Everett’s study on Paine Field air service changes no minds

If they were for it before, they’re still for it now. And if they were against it before, they’re still against it now.… Continue reading

E-mail intensifies fight over commercial service at Paine Field

The battle for air travel from Paine Field is taking off online. On Friday, the airline carrier looking to offer low-cost flights from… Continue reading

The man in the shadows

No one pinned Ron Dotzauer in three years of wrestling for Everett’s Cascade High School. Few have defeated the Snohomish consultant in 33 years of… Continue reading

Everett City Council postpones its vote on Paine Field resolution

The Everett City Council won’t take a stand on commercial jet service at Paine Field today as advertised. Vacation season and a packed… Continue reading

County first in state to successfully use wetland banking

For 10 years, people have enjoyed walks through shady woods, across bridges over ponds, because of what seems like a vague bureaucratic notion… Continue reading