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Teens who serve honored with Kiwanis scholarships

The record-breaking $24,000 in awards went to 11 Edmonds School District seniors.

Longtime Arlington volunteer honored by mayor

Anna Pritchard has volunteered in the Arlington community since 1988.

Mutts strut their stuff at annual day for dogs in Everett

There was a special guest appearance by Noodle, who experienced Internet stardom as a puppy.

Elks donate school supplies to military kids

The Everett Elks donated 50 backpacks filled with school supplies to children of active duty military parents. The National Guard Family Program has a family… Continue reading

Foundation awards $44K to Snohomish school programs

The grants will benefit computer science classes and tuition waivers for a summer academy.

Group honors county’s Breastfeeding Friendly Employers

The companies will be recognized at an annual fall conference.

Everett man earns Navy warfare specialist certificate

U.S. Navy CTR 2nd Class Benjamin Mizuo, from Everett, recently earned his Enlisted Information Warfare Specialist certificate. Mizuo is assigned to USS Gerald R. Ford… Continue reading

Local students earn WWU scholarships

One is a math major, the other will study journalism.

Local teens win college-sponsored National Merit scholarships

Students qualified for the program based on their scores on the 2016 Preliminary SAT.

EvCC math student wins scholarship

He was one of 12 scholarship recipients out of a nationwide applicant pool of more than 1,000.

Port Gardner ‘gabber’ goes on semifinals for speech contest

He is vying for one of 10 spots in the World Championship of Public Speaking.

Arlington alum graduates from Air Force basic training

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

Newest EdCC student trustee is a driven leader, volunteer

She was appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to serve through June 2019.

Kamiak grad hones political, cultural skills in Spain

She is a sophomore at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.

Lynnwood Police wrap up second annual youth camp

The middle-schoolers learned what it’s like to be a police officer and developed leadership skills.

Teens medal in national family, consumer science events

The winners are students at Jackson, Lake Stevens, Snohomish and Stanwood high schools.

Boeing employee grant helps Camp Fire buy new van

It will provide transportation to community service projects, workshops and field trips.

Marysville Pilchuck SRO named state’s best

The officer was one of the first to respond following a deadly student shooting on Oct. 24, 2014.

Elks welcome veterans to their new homes

They were given pots and pans, kitchen bowls, plates, silverware, towels, bath mats, mops and more.