Congratulations to Snohomish Volleyball player MacKenzie Whyte, our KRKO Radio Russell & Hill Student Athlete of the Month for September 2019. MacKenzie is a junior co-captain who plays all over the... Read More.
Everett, WA – October 3, 2019: Northshore Christian Academy (NCA) in Everett, Washington, has been officially named a National Blue Ribbon School (NBRS) by the United States Department of Education. This year, NCA... Read More.
The Festival includes shows by Annie Tippe, Molly Beach Murphy, Jeanna Phillips, Oliver Houser, Khiyon Hursey, Cheeyang Ng, and more. Village Theatre is excited to announce the lineup for The 19th Annual Festival of New Musicals, a series of five staged readings ... Read More.
**This list is to be updated as feedback comes in. Check back if you don't see anything that catches your eye** Mother’s Day 2019 – Snohomish and Skagit County Edition Mother’s Day Charm Walk Cost: $25-$35, Kids are Free, taking place in quaint Historic Downtown Monroe From the... Read More.
Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation’s Popcorn in the Park Outdoor Movies return to Jennings Memorial Park beginning on Saturday, July 13th. All movies are FREE thanks to our exclusive sponsor Real Estate Rockstars. Movies begin at Dusk (approximately 9:00 ... Read More.
2019 Hardwood Classic Girls Basketball First Round: Snohomish Panthers vs. Seattle Prep Panthers; Wednesday, February 27, 2019.... Read More.
Snohomish County Public Utility Department Board of Commissioners has released a statement confirming that there will be no rate hike in 2019, crediting internal cost control measures and “stronger than expected financial results” from the year prior. This is a deferment of the predicted increase, which... Read More.
Below: State of the City Highlights and YouTube Link to Full Video of Mayoral Address “2019 is going to be a very productive year.” Patrick Pierce, President and CEO of Economic Alliance of Snohomish County Everett made it onto Jeopardy this week... Read More.
From the City of Everett: Everett Transit riders will see new fares and routes in 2019. The changes are the first steps to implement the agency’s recently adopted long-range plan. The plan sets the agency on a path for long-term financial sustainability and ridership growth by... Read More.