Snohomish

Snohomish High standout a touchdown threat on every touch

At 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, with a combination of explosiveness and agility that allows him to make quick, fluid cuts, Snohomish running back Keegan Stich… Continue reading

Sammamish Kennel Club holds third competition in Snohomish

Westminster came to the Snohomish Valley this weekend. A purebred pooch parade in the heart of local farm country was no imitation of… Continue reading

Snohomish motorcyclist dies in funeral procession on U.S. 2

A man died Saturday while riding his motorcycle in a funeral procession on U.S. 2, the Washington State Patrol reported. The man was… Continue reading

Old Man Brewing in Snohomish makes beer at the push of a button

From dishwasher to owner, Barry Galen has been working in the restaurant industry for more than 40 years. So when he decided to open a… Continue reading

Trooper saved man about to jump off Snohomish River Bridge

A Washington State Patrol trooper saved a man who had jumped from the Snohomish River Bridge earlier this month. On Aug. 11, trooper… Continue reading

Snohomish deck builder accused of $95,000 sales tax theft

Charges have been filed against a deck builder for allegedly stealing more than $95,000 in sales taxes. Christopher W. Bullock of Snohomish is… Continue reading

Snohomish golfer set to compete in U.S. Senior Amateur

Kelly Denessen only recently got back into the swing of tournament golf. Now he’s headed to the national stage. Denessen, who lives in Snohomish, heads… Continue reading

He says he shot his girlfriend by accident; police disagree

A Snohomish man allegedly shot his girlfriend in the shoulder during an argument Monday. He was arrested about 3 p.m. The woman, 19,… Continue reading

Snohomish martial-arts standout ‘Danger’ Granger is going pro

Miranda “Danger” Granger got to the point where she was just too dangerous for the competition. The Snohomish native and Glacier Peak High School graduate… Continue reading

Girl in Snohomish touched by stranger on trail, police say

Police are investigating a reported sexual assault after a girl was approached by a man while walking along a trail in Snohomish on… Continue reading

Collegiate honor society inductees

Local residents initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Arizona State University: Corrie Wilder, of Bothell, Sarah Blais and Linda Walsh, both of… Continue reading

Volunteers mark 50 years of county search and rescue

He knows the wilderness is not picky. Anyone could slip on snow. Dave Schwarzmiller veered from the trail leading down Mount Pilchuck. Wind… Continue reading

More National Merit scholars named

The following students were awarded university-sponsored scholarships through the National Merit program: Griffin Thompson, Monroe, University of Central Florida; Ankur Handa, Kamiak, Washington State University;… Continue reading

Photo assignment: Capture the grit and love of local farming

Seven farmers brought cameras into their fields, gardens and homes, capturing hundreds of photographs they later narrowed to three each. The 21 photos… Continue reading

Snohomish Education Foundation awards $165K in scholarships

The Snohomish Education Foundation this year awarded more than $165,000 in scholarships to 118 graduating seniors from AIM, Snohomish and Glacier Peak high schools. American… Continue reading

Snohomish making plans to restore 107-year-old Carnegie building

The city of Snohomish is making plans to revive its oldest building. The 107-year-old Carnegie library has been closed for months because of… Continue reading

Big Snohomish store’s trucks keep neighbors awake at night

The sounds of delivery trucks and slamming roll doors shake her house. Shawn Gay, 43, leaves the television on while she sleeps. One… Continue reading

Man’s death near Snohomish deemed accidental

Snohomish County sheriff’s investigators have confirmed that Timothy Howard’s death was an accident. Howard was killed after a tree fell on him July… Continue reading

Her swirly brain: Schack’s whimsical, wild Artist of the Year

Gale Johansen relishes being called an old hippie. The pretty, petite, gray-haired artist has been a free spirit throughout her life. She’ll happily “go back… Continue reading

As count continues, Everett mayor’s race still razor-close

The top three candidates for the Everett mayor’s job were separated by just 94 votes as of Wednesday night.… Continue reading