Today, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (WA-01) announced that the Pacific Northwest has been named a Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub, receiving a $1 billion investment. The designation for the Pacific NW Hydrogen Hub, a collective of private sectors, government, academic, research, and philanthropic communities across Washington,... Read More.
Everett Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire at a residence in the Riverside neighborhood on the morning of October 9th. Everett Fire crews were dispatched to the 2100 block of Walnut Street just after 11:35 a.m. to a report of a house... Read More.
After today, Compass Health is one step closer to transforming behavioral healthcare in Northwest Washington. Today, the non-profit organization officially broke ground on Phase 2 of its Broadway Campus Redevelopment in Everett, a state-of-the-art facility designed to address the region’s most complex behavioral health... Read More.
The Marysville City Council voted unanimously on Monday, October 11th, to adopt a mandatory minimum sentence for repeat criminal offenders, specifically for public disorder crimes including theft, criminal trespass, vehicle prowling and using illegal drugs in... Read More.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Go see The Suits and sing and dance your way through the 50’s, 60’s 70’s & 80s’ with The Suits in a special, high-energy concert at Everett Civic Auditorium on Saturday, October 14, 2023, at 2:00 pm... Read More.
The strongest non-tropical wind storm ever to hit the lower 48 in American history occurred 61 years ago on October 12th, 1962. This historic storm clobbered much of the west coast including the North Sound as the storm hugged the coastline just offshore as... Read More.
Announced in a press release from the Everett Public Library, award-winning local author Christine Day (Upper Skagit) will share her new middle-grade book “We Still Belong” in a library event dedicated to the celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day and Freedom to Read Week on... Read More.
This month is about spooky ghosts and goblins…and fog. Fog can occur throughout the year, but October is the number one month of the year for fog.As autumn progresses with longer nights and shorter days, fog becomes more prevalent this time of year. During... Read More.
This is as much fun as it is informative. Bring the kids and let them meet the firefighters AND see those big red trucks up close. They can even spray water from a big hose and learn a lot in the process. You can... Read More.
The tragic wind-whipped Maui firestorm burned through Lahaina last month and took too many lives. The public warning system with that wildfire broke down. How does the public warning system here shape up in comparison?First, what is the warning system and how does it... Read More.
The Edmonds Marsh is one of the few urban, tidally influenced saltwater estuaries remaining in the Puget Sound area. The marsh once occupied nearly 40 acres, which has been reduced to 22 acres in the present day due to urban development. As part of... Read More.