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.
EDITORS NOTE: The following is a compelling sucess story. Content is provided by WGU. A career comes full circle as WGU Celebrates Its “Year of You” You're never too old to finish your dream,” Beth Schubert says... Read More.
Six owner abandoned derelict vessels were removed in 2021 thanks to the cooperation between Snohomish County and the City of Everett. The removals totaled more than 100 cubic yards of marine debris, which helped eliminate pollutants while also improving the safety of boaters.
Being a media source, we receive numerous new releases from dozens of agencies, including food recall notices. These used to be seldom but as of late seem to be increasingly frequent. Lesser ones we try to get up on Facebook. There are a few current... Read More.
Two years into a pandemic resurging with the Ormicron variant, everyone still struggles with how to work and go to school. Enter ZOOM (and other online platforms), which became the standard for students and businesses. A new research study from Washington State University provides some... Read More.
The following is editorial comment from Marcee Maylin, Editor of the Everett Post What a year it has been, what a past two years it has been. So much has happened it is hard to begin. Perhaps with this. While our nation is divided in some... Read More.
I touched a hummingbird last night, and in the process learned something. I have been feeding them for years, and though they usually migrate south to Mexico for the winter, they will stay year-round with a dependable supply of nectar. They can fly for... Read More.
Last week, the Port of Everett announced the selection of LPC West for Phase II of Waterfront Place. The announcement follows a nationwide search for a quality and experienced developer to take on the largest mixed-use... Read More.
We know it happens every year, it is just a matter of when the snow falls. This year it will occur on Friday, December 3, 2021, at 5:00 pm. Should you have an urgent need to use this route, please do so in advance.... Read More.
In early 2020, and by many perspectives, months before, we were all subjected to a new global pandemic named COVID-19. Here are some facts and information to assist in the handling of the virus. COVID-19 is in the Coronavirus family which has been with us... Read More.