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Eagle Scout project encourages more reading

Eagle Scout project encourages more reading Eagle Scout candidate Parker Kee presented…

 

Maddy Metzger-Utt, 2019 Bethany “Raili Hanson Inspirational Award Winner for Community Service and Leadership” (Submitted photo)

Way to Go: Maddy Metzger-Utt wins 2019 Bethany’s Raili Hanson award

People doing great things in Snohomish County.

 

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Bobbie Mueller, of Camano Island, won a “Special Recognition” award at the bi-annual 2019 Northwest Watercolor Society Signature Exhibition.

 

Arlington High School football players lift weights in the school gym. New weight cages have been installed at the school over the past four years thanks to donations from the Stillaguamish and Tulalip tribes. (Arlington Public Schools)

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Students at Arlington High School are staying fit with new weight cages thanks to donations from the Stillaguamish Tribe and the Tulalip Tribe.

Arlington High School football players lift weights in the school gym. New weight cages have been installed at the school over the past four years thanks to donations from the Stillaguamish and Tulalip tribes. (Arlington Public Schools)
Jennifer Warmke (left) and Catherine Nolan. (UW Bothell)

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UW Bothell and city partner earthquake preparedness The magnitude 4.6 earthquake at 3 a.m. on July 12 was a wake-up call about “the big one”… Continue reading

Jennifer Warmke (left) and Catherine Nolan. (UW Bothell)

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A group of seven fire recruits have graduated from the Snohomish County fire academy.

Community Transit gifts youth program a van

Community Transit gifts youth program a van Volunteers of America Western Washington’s Youth Program, the Sky Valley Youth Coalition, was granted a 15-passenger van through… Continue reading

Providence honors 11 with scholarships for volunteerism

At the annual meeting of the Providence General Children’s Association, eleven local students recieved $2,500 scholarships for their volunteerism. All recipients worked at least 75… Continue reading

Northshore eighth grader places second in history contest

Northshore Middle School eighth grader Andrew Da placed second at the National History Day national competition for his paper titled “Raising the Flag in Iwo… Continue reading

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Arts Festival foundation announces scholarship winners

Girl Scouts bring free books to Snohomish park

There’s now a little library in Pilchuck Park, at 169 Cypress Ave., Snohomish. Girl Scout troop 44528 installed the cabinet filled with free books last… Continue reading

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Soroptimists award scholarships

From left, Community Transit CEO Emmett Heath, and commuter champions Craig Ferguson and Lynda Newton. (Community Transit)

Commuter Champions honored by Community Transit

In April, Community Transit honored commuters and companies in Snohomish County and Bothell that work to reduce traffic congestion and encourage smart transportation choices, such… Continue reading

From left, Community Transit CEO Emmett Heath, and commuter champions Craig Ferguson and Lynda Newton. (Community Transit)

Rotary Club students of the month for March and April

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club selected Aces High School’s Connor MacPherson as Student of the Month for April. Connor was recognized for his accomplishments at… Continue reading

Northshore superintendent receives 2019 Outstanding Educator Award

On April 27, Michelle Reid, Northshore School District superintendent, was given the 2019 Outstanding Educator Award by the Washington State PTA Board of Directors. President… Continue reading

Kiwanis Club of Snohomish honors students

Snohomish School District Students of the Quarter were recognized by the Kiwanis Club of Snohomish for their outstanding accomplishments by their teachers and staff at… Continue reading

Edmonds Community College employee named public relations national Rising Star

Edmonds Community College’s marketing and public information office won a Paragon Award and a Rising Star award at the annual National Council for Marketing and… Continue reading

Left to right: Luzel Carmona, Fernando Gonzalez and Juliana Mothersbaugh.
                                (Submitted photo)

Students win Escribo en Español, a Spanish literary contest

Students win Escribo en Español, a Spanish literary contest Students at Everett High School and Jackson High School were recognized for winning awards in Escribo… Continue reading

Left to right: Luzel Carmona, Fernando Gonzalez and Juliana Mothersbaugh.
                                (Submitted photo)

Destination Imagination names winners from Brighton School

Local team headed to state tourney “Brighton Stars,” a team of fifth-graders from Brighton School in Mountlake Terrace, won a North Sound Regional Tournament in… Continue reading

Fifteen Northshore students named National Merit Finalists

Snohomish County students receive national medals Fourteen Snohomish County students received National Medals for their entries in the 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The… Continue reading