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Robert “Stu” Williamson celebrated his century mark with family and friends at Skydive Snohomish.
Carnival rides, circus performances, dunk tank, pie eating and more from Saturday, July 21.
Celebrating 50 years of making people laugh, the Snohomish band continues to be life of any party.
Peggy and Richard Simpson’s approach to gardening is laissez-faire, with no elaborate plan.
Two men are suspected of driving under the influence and causing two separate crashes in one day.
State Sen. Steve Hobbs is getting slammed for supporting bills introduced by GOP lawmakers.
The driver of one vehicle drifted into the oncoming lane. Another driver was seriously injured.
U.S. Coast Guard Ensign Megan Rice has graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy with a bachelor of naval architecture and marine engineering and a… Continue reading
“It’s probably one of the best experiences I’ve had in my life,” one said.
The 105th annual festival is set for July 18-22 at various locations around town.
The team of six Litter Wranglers are back at it this year, responding to trashed county roads.
Two classmates also made the top 10
One way to prevent drownings is to teach kids to swim, and a health agency will cover the cost.
Professionals and amateurs can show off their skills this weekend at the Aquatic Center.
The Snohomish accident led to the arrest of the man for investigation of vehicular assault.
Future equestrian features are riding on public input.
The plane knocked a stretch of a chainlink fence against a car. No one was hurt.
The Snohomish Education Foundation awarded 175 scholarships totaling more than $180,000 to 125 graduating seniors from AIM, Snohomish and Glacier Peak high schools. In 2017,… Continue reading
Their head-on collision Monday was in a dangerous area that will get concrete barriers next year.