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Supervisor Andrea Holliman of Providence Medical Center Women’s Services (center) accepts an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award from Washington Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Monica Alvarez (left) and John Van Dalen, Washington ESGR ombudsman. (Contributed photo)

Providence supervisor recognized by ESGR

The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve on April 19 honored Andrea Holliman with a Patriot Award. Holliman is a supervisor with Providence Medical… Continue reading

Supervisor Andrea Holliman of Providence Medical Center Women’s Services (center) accepts an Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriot Award from Washington Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Monica Alvarez (left) and John Van Dalen, Washington ESGR ombudsman. (Contributed photo)

Everett grad wins at DataFest

Everett native Tiffany Coons and a team of three other Wesleyan University students was awarded the prize for “Best User Insight” at DataFest, held April… Continue reading

PUD art contest winners

Snohomish County PUD recently honored 17 local students who won awards in the utility’s 2018 art and photography competitions. The contests are designed to engage… Continue reading

Robotics teams back from Houston with second-place finish

Jackson High School’s “Jack in the Bot” Team 2910 and King’s Schools “CyberKnights” Team 4911 from Shoreline were teammates on a four-team alliance that reached… Continue reading

School retirees award scholarships

Sno-Isle School Retirees Association recently awarded two $2,000 renewal scholarships to college students who graduated from local high schools. Riley Hougan is a student at… Continue reading

Science Fair winners join Team Washington

The Washington State Science and Engineering Fair was held March 23-24 in Bremerton. Dhruvik Parikh, Jackson High School, won a Bronze Medallion for his research… Continue reading

Snohomish Education Foundation raises $72K at breakfast

The Snohomish Education Foundation raised over $72,000 at its annual fundraising breakfast, a record amount. Over 250 guests attended the event, held March 29 at… Continue reading

Zonta donates $15K to local causes

The Zonta Club of Everett recently distributed $15,000 in grants to six local nonprofit groups, including Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, Village Community Services,… Continue reading

Edmonds-Woodway alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Tyler Byrd graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Byrd is the son of Thad… Continue reading

Oak Harbor alum achieves top ROTC award

U.S. Army Private Jacob Nelson, an Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadet at Washington State University, received the George C. Marshall Award during an awards… Continue reading

Oak Harbor alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Tatyana Taylor graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Taylor is the daughter of Lashonda… Continue reading

Brier teacher is state Technology Student Association’s best

Brier Terrace Middle School teacher Todd Johnston was named the 2018 Washington Technology Student Association Adviser of the Year. He is the Washington Technology Student… Continue reading

Conservation heroes honored at Better Ground Showcase

The Snohomish Conservation District held its Better Ground Showcase honoring local individuals, businesses and nonprofits for their work to conserve natural resources. Lifetime Achievement Award:… Continue reading

Grossman ride clocks 15K miles

The Dr. Art Grossman Memorial Bike Ride was held April 14 on the Centennial Trail. The Everett Family YMCA sponsored the event in memory of… Continue reading

Health students shine at state competition

Washington HOSA is a student organization focused on careers in health care (formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America). The State Leadership Conference was… Continue reading

Local students win top awards in PTA Reflections art contest

The Washington State PTA Reflections art contest theme this year was “Within Reach.” Students with Outstanding Interpretation awards advance to a national Reflections contest. Winners… Continue reading

Stanwood a close second in Hi-Q national showdown

Stanwood High School finished in a close second place in the national Hi-Q championship, held virtually against teams from Pennyslvania, Alabama and Wisconsin. A Pennsylvania… Continue reading

Swish: Police officers fix hoops at Stanwood complex

Stanwood Police officers were at the Housing Hope apartments in Stanwood doing some checks. Sgt. Greg Sanders and Deputy Greg Rasar noticed that the basketball… Continue reading

Bike commuter honored by transit agency

For 20 years, Bob Stiles of Edmonds has commuted by bike or bus to his job in Seattle, as well as to get around for… Continue reading

Health Champions feted

As part of its 2017 Health Champions program, the Snohomish County Board of Health on April 10 gave out 11 awards to people and organizations… Continue reading