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.
November is here and it is historically our wettest month of the year. November is also our most flood prone month, kicking off our flood season that runs through March and mirrors our rainy season. The Pineapple Express The bulk of the North Sound’s major widespread... Read More.
VOLUNTEER WITH BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY SAVE THE WORLD? MENTOR A YOUNG PERSON Everyone has heard of Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Do you know what that means? Perhaps you have known a person who... 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.
The votes are in and this election is over. How were votes processed and counted? I had the honor of being selected to help process Snohomish County ballots at the county elections processing center for our most recent election. The experience was fascinating and... Read More.
GOBBLE GOBBLE What a year we have all had, yet…we came together, all over the world. Thanksgiving and Holiday seasons for all faiths in Washington State are coming up. How do we do this? In so many ways. First, enjoy your family and help your... Read More.
Change Those Batteries Too! On the first Sunday of November which this year is November 1st, we turn our clocks back an hour or some call it – fall back an hour. Yes, it is time for us to change from Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)... Read More.
A Special Halloween Radio Drama The Legend of the Lost Logger of Lake Stevens This Halloween will be like no other Halloween. There will be a full moon, the second of the month making it a blue moon. Halloween falls... Read More.
Rain? Colder Temperatures? Wind? Snow? We’ve all heard weather preparedness messages and think, do I have the time or there too much to do? And then when winter weather hits, we wished we had done something to get our home read? To make it easier,... Read More.
PAINE FIELD’S BRIGHT FUTURE With all the talk about Boeing moving the 787 project to North Carolina, there are also wonderful things happening at Paine Field which could provide much needed jobs along with the Port of Everett’s new grants for expansion. Paine Field recently received... Read More.
From Pacific Northwest roots sprouts a young poet’s journey to their first book release. Soon after graduation, Audrey awoke feeling like a stranger in her own life. Driving an hour each morning to an unfulfilling... Read More.
The annual worldwide Great Shakeout earthquake drill was held on Thursday, October 15th at 10:15 AM PDT. The goal of the drill is to help save lives by practicing drop, cover and hold under a desk, table or other sturdy items together as a... Read More.