The City of Marysville plans to close 8th Street for paving between State and Cedar avenues on Tuesday, March 8, during work hours of 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The same road section will be... Read More.
Today, North Sound Boeing employees will begin receiving their 2021 bonus checks. Boeing announced it is paying $1.1 billion in bonuses with $485 million coming to Washington State. With the North Sound home to thousands of Boeings 59,000 statewide workers, this is more than... Read More.
Five Everett Community College Aviation Maintenance students won’t need to job hunt after graduation. Horizon Air is offering them jobs and up to $12,300 in stipends through the company’s new maintenance development program.
Here we go again. Another atmospheric river is upon us and giving us tons of rainfall. For the moment Stevens Pass is open with snow turning to rain and back to snow again by Thursday. This creates melting for the rivers added to the... Read More.
For those in Skagit County who suffered loss from the recent flooding between November 5 and December 2, in 2021, you have until March 7, 2022, to file a claim. Severe storms, straight-line winds, flooding, landslides, and mudslides caused this damage and FEMA is... Read More.
According to recent data, some 813 Ukrainian refugees have settled in Everett since 2002. These numbers do not reflect 2019 and forward. With the potential for a Russian invasion to retake Ukraine, tensions are high worldwide, especially since Russia’s retaking of Crimea a few years... Read More.
Snohomish County PUD is encouraging customers to go paperless. Not only will customers protect their data, help the environment, and save the PUD money when they enroll in paperless billing, but for a limited time they... Read More.
There are approved digs coming up for Valentines Day for any interested parties. These are slightly different because they are weekday opportunities, and folks like the weekend trips. Advantages are less people, and these offer earlier low tide times so you will not need your... Read More.
While the world in the past century has been focused on Smallpox, Polio, AIDS, and Ebola, simple ailments like the common cold and flu have taken a backseat. We catch it in school, the workplace and even the grocery store. It takes people out... Read More.
The Washington State Department of Commerce Broadband Office has granted $16,713,615 to expand broadband access on the SR-530 corridor in Snohomish County. “This grant from the Washington State Broadband Office will be transformative for our families, businesses, and educators in Snohomish County, especially those still... Read More.