Snohomish

Deck your halls with these trends and tips from an expert

With 27 years of experience, Jana Johnson of Joyworks can help you decorate for the holidays.

 

Parlor tour offers an insider’s look at Christmases past

The Snohomish Historical Society’s annual self-guided tour is Dec. 9. There are five stops.

 

Squatters wreck buildings at Snohomish Little League field

Trash was strewn, drug paraphernalia was found, tools were stolen and feces was left behind.

 

Snohomish Kiwanis recognize Students of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently recognized its Snohomish School District Students of the Quarter. Centennial Middle School: Palmer Mutcheson, Shannon Herrera-Gaspar Valley View Middle… Continue reading

Snohomish Education Foundation raises record-breaking $256K

The Snohomish Education Foundation raised over $256,000 at its 2018 “Imagine… Where Their Paths May Lead” annual auction, held recently at the Tulalip Resort Casino.… Continue reading

Snohomish artist Jackie Cort holds handmade hats for her annual sock-hat-scarf collection for two social service agencies in Everett. Cort, who gets hundreds of items every year from artists and friends, is having a donation drop-off night Friday that is open to the community. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Socks for a good cause. And add cookies.

Snohomish artist Jackie Cort and friends make gift bags for homeless men and women in need.

Snohomish artist Jackie Cort holds handmade hats for her annual sock-hat-scarf collection for two social service agencies in Everett. Cort, who gets hundreds of items every year from artists and friends, is having a donation drop-off night Friday that is open to the community. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Rising interest rates will put the squeeze on home buyers

This isn’t a popular time of year, but it might be smart to get pre-qualified and start looking.

Racist, homophobic network names shut down school assembly

Students allegedly created Wi-Fi hotspots with offensive names during a pep rally at Glacier Peak High School.

Plans coming into focus for Highway 522, Paradise Lake Road

State transportation planners will hold an open house next week.

Snohomish teen says sports helped overcome chronic migraines

Kate Millett loves soccer and is planning on a career in sports medicine.

Tingstad and Rumbel return to perform Christmas concert

The New Age duo bring their holiday show to the Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater on Nov. 24.

Sporting opposing team gear, Lauren Rice and Avery Kirkman, right, enjoy chatting together as Dutch Hill Elementary held an Apple Cup-themed Dads and Donuts event, with the gym decked out in Cougar and Husky colors, on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

The Huskies and Cougars rivalry is elementary at this school

The annual Dads ’n Donuts event at Dutch Hill in Snohomish is all about the Apple Cup.

Sporting opposing team gear, Lauren Rice and Avery Kirkman, right, enjoy chatting together as Dutch Hill Elementary held an Apple Cup-themed Dads and Donuts event, with the gym decked out in Cougar and Husky colors, on Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Ron Gordon sells the CBD balm that he makes at the Snohomish Senior Center. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

CBD, not THC: Ron’s Balms soothe but won’t give you a buzz

The retired Snohomish carpenter cooked up cannabidiol creams for his aches. Now he sells online.

Ron Gordon sells the CBD balm that he makes at the Snohomish Senior Center. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Old, giant log represents ‘this town and our roots’

The tree was about 620 years old when it was cut down. It’s outside the Snohomish Carnegie library.

Holly Pyle will perform “Jazz from the Silver Screen” during a performance Nov.17 at the Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater in Snohomish.

She wanted to sing — but first she had to overcome shyness

Holly Pyle, whom you can hear Saturday in Snohomish, built confidence at countless open mics.

Holly Pyle will perform “Jazz from the Silver Screen” during a performance Nov.17 at the Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater in Snohomish.

Snohomish house a ‘total loss’ after fire

The fire had spread to a mobile home, several smaller buildings and nearby trees. There were no injuries.

Four win top Biola scholarship

Four local students were awarded the President’s Scholarship from Biola University in La Mirada, California, each worth $19,000: Delaney Johnson from Snohomish; Jared Donnel from… Continue reading

13-year-old gives cancer a $10K kick

The 2018 Kicking for Cancer fundraiser raised $10,000 for the Susan G Komen for the Cure Puget Sound. The benefit for breast cancer research was… Continue reading

Tulalip Tribes restoration ecologist Brett Shattuck, in red vest, takes a tour up the steps of the Pilchuck Dam along the Pilchuck River on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Granite Falls. A joint project by the Tribes and the city of Snohomish intends to remove the dam by the fall of 2020. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Dam demolition would let Pilchuck River run free

The city of Snohomish and the Tulalip Tribes hope to restore steelhead, chinook and coho runs.

Tulalip Tribes restoration ecologist Brett Shattuck, in red vest, takes a tour up the steps of the Pilchuck Dam along the Pilchuck River on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 in Granite Falls. A joint project by the Tribes and the city of Snohomish intends to remove the dam by the fall of 2020. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Teens chosen for a second year for All-National honors

Two local teens will perform with the “best of the best” at the National Association for Music Education event Nov. 25-28 in Orlando, Florida. It’s… Continue reading