Gov. Jay Inslee announced a vaccination requirement for employees working in K-12, most childcare and early learning, and higher education. K -12 educators, school staff, coaches, bus drivers, school volunteers and others working in school facilities will have until October 18 to be fully vaccinated... Read More.
Interested in Art? Everett has a monthly showcase for artists in downtown on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 5 pm-9 pm. Oh, and it is free! The venues offer many varieties of art and are within walking distance of one another. Follow... Read More.
As the Summer comes to an end, it is important to take any chance you can to enjoy the warmer weather before fall steals the spotlight. One event that you should make sure to put on your schedule is Sunflowers in Snohomish at Thomas... Read More.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend that’s also good for the community? Attend Edmonds’ Taste TwentyOne. This fundraising event supports many Edmonds Chamber of Commerce annual events, but also local schools and non-profits. It’s happening this weekend, Friday from 2 pm – 10... Read More.
There cannot be any more perfect conditions to view the Northern Hemisphere’s most popular meteor event – the Perseid meteor shower – than right now. The earth’s rotation around the sun is taking the planet through the... Read More.
Mayor Jon Nehring of Marysville announced that beginning Tuesday, August 10, 152nd Street NE will be closed to through traffic between 51st Avenue NE and 67th Avenue NE through August 24th. Enclosed in the media advisory was... Read More.
After 2020 kept everyone at home, 2021 looks to bring everyone back together. And what better way than with the return of Music at the Marina! Starting August 5th and running every Thursday in August, the concert series will feature a variety of musical... Read More.
Get ready for at little inconvenience, though rather minimal. Snohomish County Public Works is addressing some much-needed sidewalk repair and improvements in Lynnwood and Everett. With the warm, dry days of summer comes a great opportunity to make these improvements with the most limited impacts... Read More.
A first for Washington State! Wildlife biologists recently captured and placed a radio collar on the first female grizzly bear so it can track its movements. The bear was captured about ten miles from the Washington-Idaho... Read More.
The combination of the pandemic, opening up the state in the last few months, and the recent dry sunny weather, has resulted in paddle boards, kayaks and other human powered watercraft flying off the shelves. These... Read More.
The question everyone is now asking, will we get smoke from a distant fire? The Sanford-Townsend Band titled song is quite appropriate to ask right now. There are dozens of wildfires surrounding the North Sound – in... Read More.