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Tillicum Kiwanis award scholarships to graduating seniors

The Snohomish Tillicum Kiwanis recently awarded scholarships to graduating seniors of the three Snohomish high schools. The winners were honored with a ceremony at a… Continue reading

Everett Scholars honor inspiring teachers in annual awards

The Everett Public Schools Foundation recently announced the 2018 Superintendent’s Scholar Award winners in recognition of outstanding scholarship as well as inspirational teaching. To be… Continue reading

Granite Falls recognizes Success in Education Award winners

The Granite Falls School District on May 16 honored quarterly Success in Education Award winners. Granite Falls High School winners were Meckenzie Hagan and Remington… Continue reading

Horseshoe Grange scholarship goes to Snohomish alumna

The Washington State Grange has awarded a $1,000 Bear Creek-Horseshoe Grange Scholarship to Isabella Lierman, the daughter of Davie and Janelle Lierman. The family belongs… Continue reading

Snohomish alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Michaela Moorman graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Moorman is the daughter… Continue reading

Snohomish Kiwanis honor Students of the Quarter

The Kiwanis Club of Snohomish recently honored its Snohomish School District Students of the Quarter. Centennial Middle School: Jenna Sorenson, Sophie Christansen Valley View Middle… Continue reading

Snohomish woman honored for volunteer work at horse rescue

Snohomish resident Lillian Hinett has been named the Save a Forgotten Equine (SAFE) April Volunteer of the Month. She was selected for the honor largely… Continue reading

Sultan alum graduates from Army basic training

U.S. Army Pfc. Kayla Downs graduated from basic military training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. She will soon be sent on a 10-month deployment to… Continue reading

Superheroes for the fight against hunger

Snohomish County employees break records with donations for food banks.

Everett alum to work with new F-35

Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Brian Slack graduated in May from the Aviation Logistics Tactical Information Systems School at Marine Corps Detachment Newport, Rhode Island. He… Continue reading

Everett paramedic competes in Warrior Games

a 1983 graduate of Bothell High School who now lives in Everett and serves as a… Continue reading

Computer science teachers honored

Students in the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering can nominate Inspirational Teachers. This year’s nominees included Nathan Binz… Continue reading

Grant plants garden at College Place

College Place Elementary School was awarded a $2,000 Whole Kids Foundation Garden Grant to begin building a garden and outdoor learning space this spring. In… Continue reading

Jackson High’s Parikh named a Young Scientist, wins $58,000

Classmate Musunuri also was a winner at the international event sponsored by Intel.

Mariner teacher an Earth Fellow

Rhonda Marquardt, a Nationally Board certified math teacher at Mariner High School in south Everett and a U.S. State Department Global Fellow, has been selected… Continue reading

Marysville celebrates world cultures

The Marysville School District held a Festival of World Cultures celebration on May 18 at Totem Middle School. The festive event was organized by the… Continue reading

Memorial group marks 100 years

The Central Memorial Committee coordinates Memorial Day, Veterans Day and Pearl Harbor ceremonies.

Providence group awards scholarships

Ten $2,500 scholarships were awarded at the Providence General Children’s Association annual meeting May 10. Along with strong academic achievement and extracurricular activities, recipients completed… Continue reading

Sailing group names officers

The Everett Sail and Power Squadron recently celebrated its 70th annual Change of Watch ceremony. Outgoing officers were celebrated for their accomplishments, and incoming officers… Continue reading

Scout cleans up park to honor veterans

Boy Scout Ryean Hazard, of Lynnwood, gathered other volunteers for a work party May 12 to clean up and restore Veterans Park, a project he… Continue reading