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New managers at Sno-Isle Libraries

New managers at Sno-Isle Libraries

Monica Jackson, Lindsay Hanson and Kaley Costello were promoted to new library manager roles at Sno-Isle Libraries. Monica Jackson took over the Arlington Library. Jackson… Continue reading

New managers at Sno-Isle Libraries
Hazel Miller grants 11 scholarships

Hazel Miller grants 11 scholarships

Hazel Miller grants 11 scholarships Eleven graduating seniors in the Edmonds School District will head to college or universities with an extra $5,000 scholarship thanks… Continue reading

Hazel Miller grants 11 scholarships
Snohomish summer camp gets $21K for tuition waivers
Snohomish summer camp gets $21K for tuition waivers
EdCC rocketeers see how high they can go in Pasco
EdCC rocketeers see how high they can go in Pasco
Housing Hope gets $38K for new children’s therapeutic center
Housing Hope gets $38K for new children’s therapeutic center
Employers recognized for helping people with disabilities
Employers recognized for helping people with disabilities
The second annual IRG Charity Golf Tournament raised $20,000 to donate to the Everett Children’s Museum. (Submitted photo)
The second annual IRG Charity Golf Tournament raised $20,000 to donate to the Everett Children’s Museum. (Submitted photo)
Girls on the Run of Snohomish County

Girls on the Run of Snohomish County

The program builds confident girls through a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.

Girls on the Run of Snohomish County
Eagle Scout project encourages more reading

Eagle Scout project encourages more reading

Eagle Scout project encourages more reading Eagle Scout candidate Parker Kee presented his “Read More!” sharing libraries to Machias Elementary School staff and teachers in… Continue reading

Eagle Scout project encourages more reading
Maddy Metzger-Utt, 2019 Bethany “Raili Hanson Inspirational Award Winner for Community Service and Leadership” (Submitted photo)
Maddy Metzger-Utt, 2019 Bethany “Raili Hanson Inspirational Award Winner for Community Service and Leadership” (Submitted photo)
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Bobbie Mueller, of Camano Island, won a “Special Recognition” award at the bi-annual 2019 Northwest Watercolor Society Signature Exhibition.

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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.

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Community Transit gifts youth program a van

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

Community Transit gifts youth program a van
Providence honors 11 with scholarships for volunteerism

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

Providence honors 11 with scholarships for volunteerism
Northshore eighth grader places second in history contest

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

Northshore eighth grader places second in history contest
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Arts Festival foundation announces scholarship winners

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Girl Scouts bring free books to Snohomish park

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

Girl Scouts bring free books to Snohomish park
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Soroptimists award scholarships

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