Community Calendar

TODAY The Sound Singers from South County Senior Center sing on the Edmonds ferry run to Kingston, 3:45 to 5 p.m. today from the dock,… Continue reading

FYI: Your Schools

The word from: WESTON HIGH SCHOOL (ARLINGTON) “We are basically just learning about our new classes. This is my second year at Weston. It has… Continue reading

Parks commissioner holds lead in Mukilteo council race

Longtime parks and arts commissioner Linda Grafer was leading Tuesday in the lone contested race for a seat on the Mukilteo City Council.… Continue reading

School life: Winners

Lake Stevens honors staff contributions Nominated and selected by their peers, five Lake Stevens School District employees will be recognized for creating a positive, caring… Continue reading

Everett OKs study of Paine Field passenger jet service

The Everett City Council gave the green light Wednesday to pay up to $70,000 for a study taking a closer look at commercial… Continue reading

Community Calendar

Bazaars Chick n’ Coop Crafts Fall Bazaar, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Oct. 14, Country Village, 23814 Bothell-Everett Highway, Bothell. Starving Housewives Harvest… Continue reading

Edmonds-Woodway boys beat Foss

It all began on the Internet. Before his team’s 2007-2008 season began, Edmonds-Woodway boys basketball coach Gail Pintler made a bold prediction on… Continue reading


Snohomish hops to it on Saturday Celebrate Groundfrog Day in Snohomish from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Ferguson Park, 1330 Ferguson Park Road.… Continue reading

Fast start paces Warriors

After a power glitch stopped the public-address announcer from making the usual pre-game introductions, the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors quickly tapped into a potent energy… Continue reading

Vital Statistics: Deaths

March 24: CHRISTOFFERSON, Lorraine, 86, Edmonds March 25: THAYER, Lois, 92, Freeland March 26: BAYNE, Kahtleen, 78, Lynnwood; YOUNGREN, Joe, 87, Mount Vernon March 27:… Continue reading

Kamiak’s Martin grabs first-round lead; four Knights make the cut

The defending champ is poised for a repeat, and this time Kamiak just might add an individual title to its trophy case. After the first… Continue reading

Two have eyes on 32nd District incumbent Rep. Maralyn Chase

A familiar face and an unfamiliar one are challenging a longtime state lawmaker in south Snohomish County. Rep. Maralyn Chase, D-Edmonds, faces off against Margaret… Continue reading

Feds warn Snohomish County to listen to airline

If Snohomish County refuses to bend to accommodate an airline that wants to fly out of Paine Field, the federal government will pull… Continue reading

FYI: Your schools

The word from: Everett High School “We have to start getting ready for finals because they’re starting soon.” CHEYENNE HIGHTOWER, sophomore Register online now for… Continue reading

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1958) The signing of a lease securing 446 acres of state land for a sewage lagoon marked a milestone in the development… Continue reading

Active Duty

Air Force Airman Jenae M. Brazell, daughter of Lori and John Anderson of Everett and Patrick Brazell of Shoreline, has graduated from basic military training… Continue reading

Regional, rather than city, fire departments proposed

Replacing several city fire departments with a regional fire organization could improve efficiency and save money, advocates say. “Right now, there’s an opportunity to provide… Continue reading