Whip out the eggnog and turn up that Christmas music, Downtown Everett is launching a new holiday lighting program. In addition to the annual Christmas tree, Downtown Everett will now be decorated with eight six-foot diameter lighted snowflakes and four pole-mounted wreaths... Read More.
KRKO, KXA & The Everett Post are now accepting applications for our Winter/Spring and Summer/Fall digital marketing internships. Are you passionate about digital marketing? Would you like a chance to apply what you have learned on a critical project? Post Media Team is offering a... Read More.
Volunteers of America Western Washington (VOAWW) Farmer Frog, and the Everett Mall have partnered up to host a drive-through food pantry for two Fridays in November. The first Friday will be tomorrow, Friday, Nov.... Read More.
Are you interested in winning a turkey for Thanksgiving this year AND helping a great cause all at the same time? Everett's Greatest Hits and Classic Country KXA have partnered up with Grocery Outlet, Childstrive, and Habitat for Humanity to give away Thanksgiving turkeys... Read More.
Have you missed going to the theater? Look no further, Everett Community College’s (EvCC) drama students will be performing a virtual interactive performance of “Tudor Truth and Jacobean Justice: True Crime Shakespeare” Nov. 12-14 and 19-21, according to an EvCC press release. Students will be... Read More.
126,700 square feet, 1,500 gaming slot machines, and endless entertainment. The new Quil Ceda Creek Casino is a breath of fresh air during the trying times of 2020. Wearing hard hats, PPE vests, masks, and protective glasses, Classic Country KXA morning show host Stitch... Read More.
Every year, all sorts of monsters, superheroes, and beloved characters make their way from shop to shop in downtown Edmonds to collect candy for Halloween. However, because of the COIVD-19 pandemic, the towns trick-or-treat event has been canceled, according to a press release from... Read More.
The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce will be holding their annual art and photo contest for the 2020 Membership Plaque and the Preferred Business Directory. According to the Chamber’s press release, they are looking for one art piece, photo or... Read More.
The Marysville Fire District and Granite Falls Fire Department have been awarded a $600,000 regional federal grant for updated tools. In order to receive this grant each agency had to demonstrate a clear need for the funding and how the award... Read More.
Over the past 15 years, Ginger’s Pet Rescue has saved over 18,000 dogs from all over the world. Iran, Korea, Mexico, Thailand, and the United States are just a few places they have... Read More.
According to a press release by the Snohomish County PUD from Sept. 30, 2020, be on the lookout for scammers who have been targeting SnoPUD customers in recent days. The PUD has received multiple reports of the scammers using phone calls,... Read More.
Here is the lineup for tonight's Prep Sports Weekly Show; Thursday, October 1, 2020. Kim Hammons, former coach of the Snohomish Panthers Baseball team and his son Nick Hammons, the current head coach of Snohomish Baseball. Kim is... Read More.