Smokey Point

Jackson Eyman, 7, browses a shelf during the grand opening of the new Lakewood/Smokey Point Library Saturday morning in Arlington on January 6, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Former vacant Smokey Point space celebrated as new library

For a 7-year-old with a stack of books balanced…

 

Sno-Isle library to open in Smokey Point, in leased space

It’s a chance to assess what the area needs, and it kicks off planning for a possible permanent home.

 

Girls in STEM find their voice — and a local problem to solve

Lakewood High students won national recognition for an outreach project on invasive aquatic animals.

 

Hope takes the form of affordable housing in Smokey Point

Families settle into Twin Lakes Landing, Housing Hope’s largest project to date.

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital accepting adolescent patients

The facility is the first mental heallth unit in the county to offer in-patient services for children.

‘They trucked in hope’ — including 5,000 bags of groceries

The Convoy of Hope event in Arlington provided services for 2,857 guests, many of them working poor.

Boy, 16, who drowned in lake near Smokey Point is identified

Chance Vanvalkenburgh is the teen who drowned in a lake this week near Smokey Point, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office said… Continue reading

This Sno-Isle library is a test lab to find out what clicks

About 200 people pass through the doors of the Mariner Library each day. The library’s capacity is 37 at a time. Sometimes, things… Continue reading

Arlington enacts Stay Out of Designated Areas law

New rules here will allow judges to order people who have been charged with or convicted of drug crimes to stay out… Continue reading

Marysville opens a one-stop permit center

The city has opened a one-stop permit center geared toward helping home and business owners who want to complete basic projects more quickly… Continue reading

2 challenge 26-year incumbent for spot on Marsyville council

Two new candidates are challenging a councilwoman who has held a seat here for 26 years. Businessman Mark James and teacher Jason Call… Continue reading

New hospital to provide 115 psychiatric beds for all ages

Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital, a $22 million building that will provide a variety of mental health treatment services, has just opened its… Continue reading

Man injured after his motorcyle is struck by car on I-5

A Camano Island man was seriously injured late Saturday after a car struck his motorcycle along I-5. The 54-year-old man was taken… Continue reading

Arlington plans to make space for its population boom

City officials say they need to make space for at least 7,000 more people and 3,000 new housing units over the next 20… Continue reading

Twin Lakes Landing will provide stable housing for families

Five of six foundations are in at Housing Hope’s newest and largest build. Prefabricated apartments, made in Idaho, are stored on the… Continue reading

Arlington takes steps to solve homelessness, addiction

City leaders want to take inventory of local resources for people battling homelessness, addiction and mental illness. The coordinator of Everett’s program for… Continue reading

Woman suspected of vehicular assault on Arlington man, 78

A 78-year-old man suffered possible head injuries Wednesday after being struck by a car in Arlington. The case is being investigated as… Continue reading

EvCC brings manufacturing training classes to north county

There’s a noisy shop space at Weston High School where college students turn blocks of metal into tools and machine parts. It’s the… Continue reading

Arlington still dealing with litigation from the 1990s

The city thought the issue was settled two decades ago. A legal entanglement that started in the mid-1990s over flood damage is back… Continue reading

On pace to graduate early, she’s sure of Weston High transfer

Lauryn Baker, 17, is a junior at Weston High School. The youngest of three siblings, she says her older brothers set a high… Continue reading