Change Those Batteries Too! After 19 weeks on Pacific Standard Time (PST), this Sunday we return to Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). On Sunday March 14, we ‘spring forward’ an hour at 2:00 am in the morning. Changing the clock does not create extra daylight but instead... Read More.
WATCH THE PRINCESS BRIDE THIS WEEKEND Crucible Brewery is holding its annual “The Princess Bride” trivia contest next Monday, March 8, 2021, from 7:45 pm to 9:00 pm. This annual contest has become a fun highlight. It is highly recommended that you watch this classic over... Read More.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY REMAINS A HOTBED FOR DRUG ABUSE This is not a new story, unfortunately, but a continuing one. The DEA released their annual report, highlighting the PNW as a huge source of illegal drugs, specifically fentanyl which is killing our population of all ages,... Read More.
Where were you at 10:54 AM on February 28th, 2001? At that moment 20 years ago, there was a whole lotta shaking going on as the Nisqually Earthquake struck Western Washington. The 6.8 magnitude quake was centered about 35 miles deep near Anderson Island... Read More.
SUPPORT SUICIDE PREVENTION As I write this, a young 26-year-old man from Lake Stevens named Austin Johnson, is running a 2.5-mile loop on the Centennial Trail, for 24 hours straight! He is doing this as a... Read More.
IT’S TIME TO GO FISHING! The snow is gone, and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has opened steelhead fishing on parts of the Sauk and Skagit Rivers through April 13, 2021. However, there are some restrictions.
When the Puget Sound Region finally met the criteria for moving to Phase II of the Healthy Washington-Road Map to Recovery, not only could a person finally go and sit down at a restaurant, it signaled a return to practice and games for local... Read More.
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY SENIORS What a year! Now it is Valentine’s Day, and our beautiful seniors need our help and support. Be their sweethearts! On Friday, February 12th, between 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm, you can score a double whammy! You can drive through and pick... Read More.
February 5th is National Weatherperson’s Day, commemorating the birth of John Jeffries in 1744 who was one of America’s first weather observers. Jeffries began take daily weather observations in Boston in 1774 and took the first weather balloon observation in 1784. National Weatherperson’s... Read More.
The new Quil Ceda Creek Casino brings “More to Love” to Western Washington’s entertainment scene at “The Stage” The Stage” is a state-of-the-art entertainment venue at the bright new 126,000 square-foot casino, which includes expanded gaming options, innovative dining concepts and a six-story parking structure... Read More.
January 31st, 1950, was a day of historic cold. Many of the region’s coldest days on record occurred on this date in 1950. The winter of late 1949 and 1950 was the longest stretch of cold weather in the 20th century. An arctic blast plunged... Read More.
BE AWARE SALMON SEASON HAS BEEN SUSPENDED All salmon fishing has been closed in Marine Area 10 effective, January 19, 2021. This is due to the threshold of encounters being exceeded. The threshold for total unmarked encounters was exceeded (738 of 579) and the guideline... Read More.