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Soroptimists hand out awards

Soroptimist International of Everett presented five awards to women in the community. Two scholarship awards were given to young women for academics and volunteer work… Continue reading

4th grade Everett inventor wins state competition

He’s headed to the national expo in Michigan.

Aquafest pageant names royalty

The Lake Stevens Miss Aquafest Pageant was held April 14 at the Everett Performing Arts Center. Eighteen girls, ages 5 to 18, competed for 11… Continue reading

Architects-in-training win

A team of four students from Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek won second place in a nationwide Construction Industry Roundtable building design… Continue reading

Cascade High artist win’s superintendent’s award

Cascade artist wins contest A painting of “Kenny” by Cascade High School student Andrew Culver will go on permanent display at Everett School District offices.… Continue reading

EvCC builds BRIDGES and raises $9,200 for program

Everett Community College’s BRIDGES Transition Center raised over $9,200 for a transitional studies student emergency fund at a dinner held April 7. BRIDGES stands for… Continue reading

Local DECA teens come back with wins at world conference

Some local students returned with awards from the DECA International Career Development Conference, held April 21-24 in Atlanta, Georgia. Nearly 14,000 North American students took… Continue reading

Marysville mayor gives hearty thanks to school lunch ladies

Hearty thanks for lunch ladies Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring honored Renee Bigwarfe and Betty Wright as Volunteers of the Month at the April 23 Marysville… Continue reading

Rotary names Students of the Month

The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club regularly names Students of the Month from local high schools. Recent honorees have included: Owen Cromwell, Kamiak, a gifted musician… Continue reading

UW Bothell professor honored for teaching

The award comes with a $5,000 honorarium.

Bigfoot is tamed in Edmonds carbon footprint challenge

Taming Bigfoot Edmonds, a friendly community competition to reduce the city’s collective carbon footprint, wrapped up with an awards celebration on April 23. About 80… Continue reading

Correctional workers receive state awards

Five state corrections employees working in Snohomish County received awards from the Washington State Department of Corrections at an April 20 ceremony held in Tumwater.… Continue reading

Everett boy added to Safety Patrol Hall of Fame

Rowan Evans, a fifth-grader at Forest View Elementary School in Everett, was inducted into the AAA School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame. He was among… Continue reading

Everett Rotary builds accessible path at Legion Bluff Park

The Rotary Club of Everett Port Gardner has performed community service projects in the city for 30 years. On April 28, volunteers gathered at Legion… Continue reading

National Merit scholarship winners

The following students won $2,500 National Merit Scholarships: Kaylea Agate, of Bothell (Inglemoor High School); Hannah Grierson, Stanwood High School; Noah Lin, of Mill Creek… Continue reading

Seagulls are Navy Junior ROTC champs

Navy Junior ROTC cadets from Everett and Marysville competed in the Northwest NJROTC Drill, Academic and Athletic Championships, held April 21 in University Place. The… Continue reading

Students bake up good carbs for a good deed for food banks

Elementary and high school students in the Edmonds School District teamed up with the King Arthur Flour Company to learn about and bake yeast bread… Continue reading

Teens to spend summer break researching cancer cure

Nine Snohomish County teens are among 30 area students who will spend part of their summers researching cures for cancer after being accepted to two-week… Continue reading

Stanwood alum graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Joshua Murrell graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Murrell earned distinction as an honor… Continue reading