HELP SAVE THE EARTH – APRIL 22ND IS EARTH DAY 2021 What a year or so it has been, but now, the weather is changing, and we all have an opportunity to help our community by helping clean our shoreline for the summer.
IN MEMORIUM OF MARK BRINKMAN, A GIANT LOSS Snohomish County lost one of its finest last weekend. Mark Brinkman, a selfless Police Officer for the Lynwood Police Department, spent his life dedicated to public service and... Read More.
DON’T BLAME THE WEATHERMAN, HE’S JUST THE MESSENGER If you don’t like the forecast, it’s just Ted providing you with reality. If Ted says it will rain, snow, blow or hail, you can count on it. He'll tell you when and where as well. As... Read More.
RAINY WEEKEND, NO PROBLEM! This weekend an approximately 600 gymnasts from around the state will converge on the Angel of the Winds Arena for a two-day USA Gymnastics Washington 2021 XCEL Gold/Platinum/Diamond State Championship, including many of your local clubs. The competition will consist of four... Read More.
What an appropriate photo for this time of year. Tim Hunter was born in comedy. On the way to the hospital his father got lost, so he was born in Gardena, CA, not Torrance, CA, where he would grow up beginning a few days later. ... Read More.
What is Cocoon House? Since 1991, Cocoon House has been the only agency in Snohomish County exclusively serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 12-24. Their services include emergency shelter, long-term transitional housing, outreach, case management, advocacy,... Read More.
CHARLYE PARKER – FIRST FEMALE RADIO HOST IN HISTORY You have to love this picture. The point was to shoot out the balloons while on horseback. Apparently Charlye was exceptionally good at it. She jokes the balloons were her “ex boyfriends”.
FINALLY, SOME ANSWERS It was February 16, 1987 when Gary Parks lost his life fighting a fire at Everett Community College’s Cascade Hall. It was a 3-alarm fire that destroyed the library and student union building... Read More.
Let's debunk some myths. Yes, you can and should donate blood, even during COVID-19. Blood donations are down and deperately needed, particularly for those battling Covid-19 in hospitals. Your blood may provide life saving antibodies. Questions have come up about whether blood can be given... Read More.
WSU NO LONGER REQUIRES SAT/ACT SCORES As the COVID 19 pandemic kept schools closed for the better part of the entire year and disrupted the studies of students across the country, many public universities made submitting SAT and Act scores optional for students applying... Read More.
STITCH MITCHELL - KXA RADIO HOST, OH THE THINGS YOU DO NOT KNOW! Like the featured photograph? Limo with ladies? This was Las Vegas in the 80’s. You know his familiar voice in the mornings on your favorite country music station KXA Everett. Let us add... Read More.
We are amending this story below. Based on a press release from the WDFW, we previously reported that yelloweye rockfish would be open this year for the first time since 2018. This is incorrect and their revised and updated press release can be viewed... Read More.