Worst Drivers in WA: Walla Walla Tops ListTim A GruverNewsBreak Contributor
This High School Was Ranked The Best in Washington StateAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
Ex-Lawyer Impersonates Client for $150KTim A GruverNewsBreak Contributor
More Than 500 Participate in Run For Water Events in California and WashingtonIndia CurrentsNewsBreak Contributor
Seattle: 34 People Contract Stomach Illness After Eating From Kirkland Taco Truck At Private EventKisha WalkerNewsBreak Contributor
Craving Pizza in Lake Stevens? Here are 3 Must-Visit Pizzerias
In this article, we explore three exceptional pizza joints in Lake Stevens. Have you gotten the chance to taste their delicious offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Everett man sentenced for cyberstalking, harassing ex with intent to cause her to commit suicide
An Everett man was sentenced to six years in prison for cyberstalking and harassing his ex-wife for three straight years, with a goal of making her life so miserable she would take her own life.
Everett Police Chief calls it quits at city council meeting
Wednesday night’s Everett City Council meeting started off with some big news: Police Chief Dan Templeman announced his resignation, effective Oct. 31. “I want to say it has been a privilege to serve the Everett community for the past 31 years,” Templeman said as he submitted his resignation to the council. “Over the course of my three decades working for Everett, I’ve had the opportunity to serve in many different capacities, including my first assignment working graveyard patrol in the Riverside neighborhood of North Everett.”
Man shot dead on during Lake Stevens road-rage incident
LAKE STEVENS, Wash., September 25, 2023—A 41-year-old Lake Stevens man shot dead on September 22 during road-rage incident. At approximately 4:25 p.m. on Friday, September 22, Snohomish County Deputies responded to a shooting in the 15300 block of 84th Street NE. Upon arrival, deputies located a 41-year-old man deceased in the roadway.
Trio of Marysville schools closed after water main breaks
Initially, a neighborhood in Tulalip had also lost their water service on Tuesday.
Newly opened!! Indulge in Diverse Burger Options at Penn Cove Brewing Company - Lake Stevens Brewery & Taproom
Name: Penn Cove Brewing Company - Lake Stevens Brewery & Taproom. Penn Cove Brewing Company - Lake Stevens Brewery & Taproom, located in Lake Stevens, is renowned for its exquisite culinary offerings. The menu boasts a vast assortment of appetizers and entrees that have received high acclaim, with particular praise for the Thai Nachos, mussels, and diverse burger options. This location is known for its welcoming atmosphere, being both family and dog-friendly. It also offers an outdoor patio seating area and a range of games.
Commentary: Criminal justice system — victims need not apply
For the better part of 20 years, I had the honor of serving thousands of victims of violent crimes in Snohomish County — child sexual assault victims, adult domestic violence vicitms, adult and juvenile assault victims, and families of homicide victims. I served as a community mental health clinician, a Snohomish County Prosecutor’s Office victim/witness advocate, and most recently as the domestic violence coordinator in the Edmonds Police Department. Although it was a very difficult decision for me, I left my position in January 2022. I loved my job, and the people — survivors, law enforcement officers, prosecutors, probation officers, mental health counselors, community advocates — with whom I had the pleasure to work, but the professional reasons that led to my resignation have only become more concerning. Since my departure, the law firm who contracted prosecution services to the city for decades also severed their contract with Edmonds.
This Week's 3 Most Expensive Houses Around Snohomish!
Snohomish, Washington is known for its beautiful landscapes and thriving real estate market. Recently, three of the most expensive properties in the area were sold, each offering unique features and luxurious living spaces. Let's take a closer look at these remarkable properties.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Dogs Today in marysville, WA
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to marysville..
Snohomish County to Treat Invasive Plants in the Edmonds Marsh
The Edmonds Marsh is one of the few urban, tidally influenced saltwater estuaries remaining in the Puget Sound area. The marsh once occupied nearly 40 acres, which has been reduced to 22 acres in the present day due to urban development. As part of an ongoing effort to restore native plant communities in the Edmonds Marsh, specialists from the Snohomish County Noxious Weed (SCNW) program will visit the Marsh on Monday, October 2nd to continue the process of eradicating an infestation of common reed (Phragmites australis).
Monroe High School a model for teaching special needs students
The goal is to have special needs students spend at least 80% of their school day in standard classes. But only 8.8% of students do so in Washington.
Study: Drivers in Burien, Lake Stevens among worst in Washington
A new report identifies the top ten cities with the best and worst drivers in Washington state.
Everett's Epicurean Adventure: 7 Sandwiches to Savor
In this article, we explore seven exceptional sandwiches found in Everett. Have you had the opportunity to taste any of these culinary delights? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Health Department plans to use fentanyl settlement dollars to combat growing epidemic
SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., September 27, 2023—According to the Snohomish County Health Department, more than 860 people in the county have died of overdoses since the start of 2020, and 658 of those were opioid-related. The total had already passed 80 fatal overdoses within the first quarter of 2023, more than half of them tied to opioids.
Snohomish County hopes to recruit young minds to aerospace
According to Snohomish County, Boeing brings $60 billion to the Washington economy every year, supporting 158,000 jobs. But thousands of planes are on the backlog.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COMPLETE GAME: West Linn vs. Lake Stevens 9-22-23
Friday, September 22, 2023; an interstate match-up between the 2022 Class 4A Washington State Champions Lake Stevens Vikings and the Class 6A Oregon State Champions West Linn Lions. Tom Lafferty, Joel Vincent and Steve Willits on the call. Tom Lafferty is the Sports Director at KRKO/KKXA Radio. He is a...
Everett expects increasing budget gap struggle in coming years
(The Center Square) – The city of Everett has been successful in closing its budget gap this year with the support of grant, one-time, and outside funding, but faces future general fund budget gap challenges. Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin’s proposed 2024 budget maintains Everett’s current service and staffing levels, while making small increases in funding in areas of great community need, like public safety and "human needs." However, Everett’s general fund deficit is set at $8.3 million in 2024 and is expected to steadily increase...
Lake Stevens Residents: 2024 Budget Process Begins, Public Hearings Scheduled
The 2024 Budget process has started. City Department Heads received budget instructions on August 7th. These instructions included a draft budget schedule, an initial base budget, and other important details. The Finance Department created the initial base budget. It forecasts future revenues from various sources based on current trends, new initiatives, and resources from the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) and the Municipal Research Service Center (MRSC).
Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter: Sept. 20-26, 2023
5300 block of 228th Street Southwest: A possible trespass was reported. Officers contacted the suspect and found they had a misdemeanor warrant for vehicle prowling. The subject was arrested and searche; officers located narcotics in the subject’s pocket. The suspect was booked into jail. 6200 block of 215th Street...
5,000+ residents without power across Puget Sound due to morning storm
Multiple power outages caused by heavy rain and wind are affecting more than 5,000 residents in the Puget Sound region Wednesday morning. The outage is spread across residents being provided electricity from Seattle City Light, Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and Snohomish County Public Utility District. More on the weather: The...