EVERETT IS KEEPING UP WITH EDUCATION Of all the changes that have occurred in the last year, our schools have been hit hard by some of the biggest and worst challenges. Teachers have had to adapt to teaching remotely, students have lost one of... Read More.
Prep Sports Weekly for Thursday, February 25, 2021. We hear from Leslie Ivelia, Principal at Lake Stevens High School and Lake Stevens Athletic Director Jason Pearson; we get the return to play from the administration side. Segment two features... Read More.
THANK YOU AND CONTINUE TO SAVE THE BIRDS - UPDATE The response from all you readers was amazing. With your help, and getting the word out, birds are being saved from this bird -disease outbreak. This affected the North Sound communities in a huge way,... Read More.
Where were you at 10:54 AM on February 28th, 2001? At that moment 20 years ago, there was a whole lotta shaking going on as the Nisqually Earthquake struck Western Washington. The 6.8 magnitude quake was centered about 35 miles deep near Anderson Island... Read More.
With the Covid-19 vaccine being deployed in more and more people’s arms, some people are asking when are we going to get back to ‘normal’? The President’s Chief Medical Advisory, Dr. Anthony Fauci, recently said we have a chance to get back to normal... Read More.
SUPPORT SUICIDE PREVENTION As I write this, a young 26-year-old man from Lake Stevens named Austin Johnson, is running a 2.5-mile loop on the Centennial Trail, for 24 hours straight! He is doing this as a... Read More.
Prep Sports Weekly for Thursday, February 18, 2021. We start with Scott Sifferman, Athletic Director at Sultan High School and President of the new Emerald Sound Conference. We've talked so much about the resumption of play in the Western... Read More.
IT’S TIME TO GO FISHING! The snow is gone, and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has opened steelhead fishing on parts of the Sauk and Skagit Rivers through April 13, 2021. However, there are some restrictions.
COVID 19 has affected many aspects of everyone’s lives, from health to recreation to business and employment. But as Snohomish County continues to work towards improving public health and safety, job opportunities are beginning to flow back into the picture. Amazon, headquartered in Seattle, opened... Read More.
Southern parts of the North Sound, primarily in Snohomish County, got a tease of light snow Thursday and Thursday night as flurries fell in the afternoon and evening. Other parts of the North Sound got little if any of the snow flurries. A more significant... Read More.
Prep Sports Weekly for Thursday, February 11, 2021. As we get closer to talking about actual games we get a chance to chat with Garet Studer, Everett Community College Athletic Director and get the community college return to play... Read More.
When the Puget Sound Region finally met the criteria for moving to Phase II of the Healthy Washington-Road Map to Recovery, not only could a person finally go and sit down at a restaurant, it signaled a return to practice and games for local... Read More.