Judge Timothy Odell stepped down from the bench after 29 years of serving for Everett Municipal On June 30th of this year.Many relevant changes were implemented in regards to court procedures and how the application of criminal justice was applied during... Read More.
The United States Department of Veteran Affairs estimates that up to 20% of veterans from the post-9/11 Iraq and Afghanistan wars suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.PTSD is a mental health disorder that can develop after exposure to a traumatic event... Read More.
Growing up in the greater Seattle area, Scuttlebutt Brewing Company was always, and continues to be, a household name. This July, Scuttlebutt celebrates 20 years of brewing. “We’ll have some really super beers to celebrate our 20th anniversary,” said Phil Bannan... Read More.
Marc Tachell stands out. And not just because his to-the-belt length beard puts every hipster on the trendy-beard bandwagon to shame. Although born locally, he spent many years traveling for work through Boeing, which eventually brought him back to his roots... Read More.
“Our city is built upon the heads of corporations, by them conceived and rocked in the cradle of their nursery… their interests and that of the humblest citizen cannot be identical.” – Mayor of Everett Jacob Hunsaker,... Read More.
Would you trade up the classic premise of a beloved game to possibly save a life? The time-honored rules of “slug bug” dictate that if you’ve first engaged your ride mates into the game, that you can give them a good-natured... Read More.
It may surprise you to know, Arlington WA was platted in the same year as Everett, in 1890. Though Arlington was never in the running to be considered for county seat in our burgeoning corner of the Pacific North West, as... Read More.
What stands out the most about Wayne Soderquist’s commentary about the nearly two decade old tradition of Cruzin’ To Colby, held every Memorial Weekend in downtown Everett since 1999, is his quiet pride for the organization, volunteers and contributors as a... Read More.
Lacie Wednt and Randy Sansaver of Arlington exchanged their I Do’s bright and early on Thursday, May 26th in the studio of KXA 1520 in downtown, overlooking the cityscape of Everett and Port Gardner Bay. The broadcasted event was the brainchild... Read More.