Many are putting up their outdoor holiday decorations right now. Other than the frustration of untangling those holiday light strings, the annoyance elevates when it is discovered the light string(s) no longer work(s).The Snohomish County PUD understands your pain and wants to help the... Read More.
Lynnwood High School is closed today – December 9th – thanks to no heat in the building. Crews are working on the issue, but will not have it resolved in time. School is planned to resume at Lynnwood High School on Monday, December 12th.
Start your holidays with a great new job opportunity that provides great pay and great benefits.The “Tulalip Career Fair” is set for 9:00 am to noon on Thursday, December 8th. They need to fill more than 125 job openings at Tulalip Resort Casino, Quil... Read More.
The City of Marysville is asking residents to participate in an online survey. The survey being conducted by The National Citizen Survey™, is designed to provide a baseline of resident perception on how city government is serving our residents, gauge perceptions of Marysville, and... Read More.
The City of Marysville invites you and your family to enjoy a winter wonderland of holiday fun, food, music and a parade of lights Saturday, December 3, 2022. Merrysville for the Holidays events begin at 4:00 pm at the newly redesigned Comeford Park, 514... Read More.
Snohomish Emergency Management has a new Director. Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers announced the appointment on Monday, November 28th.Lucia Schmit is the county’s new emergency management director. She has served as an emergency management leader at federal, state and local emergency management agencies, and... Read More.
Marysville Ready Business Program HighlightedJust in time for this fall and winter season, the city of Marysville was recently recognized by the National Weather Service (NWS) as an Ambassador of Excellence to help support the Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador program. The recognition included special... Read More.
Assuming everyone survived Thanksgiving turkey, it also kicked off the holiday season. From big cities to small communities, the season has begun.Join the city of Lake Stevens for a night of free holiday activities and their annual tree lighting.The city invites you and your... Read More.
According to the AAA, close to 55 million people plan to travel at least 50 miles from home this holiday weekend, close to pre-pandemic levels. The majority, nearly 90 percent, will drive to their family destinations. Here is a look at what weather to... Read More.
‘Tis the season – King Tide season that is. The winter months are when the North Sound gets its highest astronomical high tides of the year called King Tides.Several factors are involved in creating these King Tides. First, the earth’s annual rotation around the... Read More.
As approximately 2,000 workers stage one-day strikes at over 100 stores, one of these strikes is currently taking place at the 38th and Broadway Starbucks location in downtown Everett.More details can be found here: HTTPS://www.CNN.com/2022/11/17/business/Starbucks-strike
No, it’s not wildfire smoke again. Yet, North Sound area quality is on the decline.This time, it is our current dry sunny fall weather pattern creating the poorer air quality. High pressure aloft has put a lid of warmer air on top of the... Read More.