Marysville Fire Spreads Awareness

(Courtesy photo by The Marysville Fire District) There is another side to a scene like this- awareness   Written by: Nathan Senff At the mention of fire some might automatically think the worst--death, burns, loss. There is also another way... Read More.

Landmark Marina Readies For Boating Season

(Photo taken by Nathan Senff) A flagpole surrounded by acres of boats is the landmark for a local marina.   Written by: Nathan Senff The towering flag pole on the west side of I-5 on Smith Island, just north of Everett points out a... Read More.

Benefit Breakfast Rakes in Thousands

(Photo taken by Nathan Senff)  The benefit breakfast on April 25, 2017 at Everett Community College has revealed the numbers regarding pledged donations and support for the ideas of scholarships for students looking to the future. The total donations... Read More.

Benefit Breakfast at Everett Community College

(Photo taken by Nathan Senff) Community members, college sponsors and students preparing to listen at the benefit breakfast about looking to the future for students and careers. A benefit breakfast was held on April 25, 2017 at 7:30 am at Everett Community College partnering with Washington... Read More.

The History of Everett High’s Creative Rock

(Photo taken by Nathan Senff)   On the Everett High campus, as of last week, displays the school mascot,the seagull, and the letter "E" to show school spirit. Written by: Nathan Senff A decision after a tree was uprooted on the campus of Everett... Read More.

Everett High Students Rockin’ It

  (Courtesy photo by Rucker) Left: Edward Dufresne, 18; Top: Jacob Sloniker, 17; Bottom: Corey Palmer, 17; Right: Grayson Malone, 15 Written by: Nathan Senff It all started with a few friends, a guitar and a neighborhood garage. Edward Dufresne, an 18 year old Running Start student at Everett... Read More.

Anacortes sets sail for annual boat show

The Anacortes Boat Show started out on a slightly wet note. The rain drenched the boat vendors who stood beside their boats, yachts, sailboats, and trollers--but it didn't keep the tourists away. By 2 o'clock on opening day (April 6th) there had already been 100 people... Read More.