COVID AND TESTING OPTIONS

COVID Test Line With everyone very concerned about the resurgence of COVID-19 with the new Omicron variant, the demand for testing is also increasing.  Click the link above for  a video in Everett of the lineup to get tested.  There are lots of options. Please... Read More.

Hummingbirds and Freezing Weather

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.

Track Santa On Christmas Eve

Do you want to track Santa as he makes his visits around the world on Christmas Eve?  Saint Nicholas has a busy night ahead, visiting all who have been naughty and nice across the globe. The North American Aerospace Defense Command or NORAD will again... Read More.

The Meaning of the Winter Solstice

This year’s winter solstice is on Tuesday, December 21st at 759 AM PST and marks the start of winter on the calendar. December 21st will also be the shortest day of the year. In Everett, the day will only be 8 hours, 22 minutes,... Read More.

Everett Burglar Facing 35 Criminal Charges

EVERETT - According to the Everett Police Department, a prolific burglar who has been terrorizing the South Everett community over the past several months was arrested and is now facing 35 criminal charges. Everett Police say that upwards of 30 burglary and malicious mischief... Read More.

Farm Weather Station Gets Rare 125 Year Award

Across the nation, volunteers take daily weather observations in the National Weather Service Cooperative Observer (Co-Op) Program. The Co-Op Program was created by Congress in 1890 in the Organic Act. There are more than 8,700 volunteer observers that take weather readings each day on... Read More.

Change In Weather Underway – Bundle Up

The weather pattern has certainly changed after last month’s mild and quite wet weather. For Paine Field in Everett, it was the 6th wettest November on record, collecting 6.83 inches of rain. The all-time record was 9.17 inches in 2006. In Sedro-Woolley, 13.58 inches... Read More.