Village Theatre is a leading producer of musical theatre in the Pacific Northwest. Producing entertaining, quality productions since 1979, Village Theatre began performances in Everett in 1998. Their new Everett season opens this Friday, October 28th, with the “Little Shop of Horrors”, that runs... Read More.
The long-awaited fall rains have finally arrived and placing a damper on remaining wildfires, but the rains will create another hazard in the wake of those wildfires.The National Weather Service in Seattle issued a flash flood watch for the central and northern Washington Cascades... Read More.
Halloween is right around the corner, and the city of Lake Stevens is preparing their streets for the annual Harvest Fest on Monday the 31st. The festival is free and family friendly, and will take place from 4 – 8 pm at North Cover... Read More.
The big question on the minds of many across the North Sound and Western Washington is when will it rain and finally douse all the wildfires and smoke. Easterly winds from the Cascades energized wildfires and brought more wildfire smoke over the region throughout... Read More.
Voter pamphlets and ballots are being delivered in the mail throughout the North Sound right now. Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th. But have you registered to vote or need to update your registration? It is not too late.There are three ways to register... Read More.
All of us in Washington, especially the North Sound communities, love our Orcas. They call the Salish Sea home. We’ve all encountered them while boating, kayaking, or canoeing, or even at a distance from shore. They are a gorgeous sight, and they are endangered.There... Read More.
Just because the warm summer weather is over, doesn’t mean that you still can’t enjoy the wonders of camping! Western Washington is known for its rain which may deter would be campers away, however with the right gear, and a little prep work, the... Read More.
Summerlike weather has gone into extra innings early this fall, but eventually the fall and winter storm season will arrive. Now there is a new way to monitor what is going on in near real-time.The Washington State Emergency Management Division recently released some public... Read More.
Flood Awareness Week has officially kicked off today in Skagit County and will run through October 14. Flooding has been of serious concern to the community of Skagit County since the late 1800s, with the threat of extreme flooding generally occurring in the Skagit... Read More.
Another summerlike weekend of weather lies ahead, a perfect time to venture out to the pumpkin patch. Conditions will remain dry with plenty of sun after areas of valley fog. No need for wet weather gear or footwear.Retailers began displaying Halloween items including pumpkins... Read More.
Join the City of Marysville, Domestic Violence Services and community partners to walk in the Domestic Violence Awareness Walk. The event will take place on Thursday Oct 6, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm on Ebey Waterfront Trail at Ebey Waterfront Park, 1404 1st... Read More.
It was another weekend with wildfire smoke. The primary source of the smoke was from the Bolt Creek Wildfire along US 2 east of Skykomish. That wildfire started on September 10th, and has consumed over 12,000 acres, closed the Stevens Pass Highway for two... Read More.