· Snohomish cat shot in owner's yard
· Everett's Jackson Park should be ready by year's end
· Dunn vs. Gipson: Everett Council gets first election face-off
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Joy for all: Easter Parade is Saturday
Parade starts at 11 a.m. Saturday on First Street in Snohomish
Snohomish’s annual Easter Parade marks 35 years
SNOHOMISH — On Saturday, April 4, Snohomish will celebrate the 35th anniversary of Snohomish’s annual Easter parade, the only one in Washington state.
The free parade will start its way down First Street at 11 a.m. More...
Public supports Snohomish parks district tax
SNOHOMISH — The City Council generally supports creating a new property tax to fund parks maintenance, and people the Tribune spoke with support the idea.
A draft proposal on the tax is coming to council at its April 7 meeting. More...
Dunn vs. Gipson: Everett Council gets first election face-off
EVERETT — Megan Dunn, a civic leader from Lowell, is running for entrenched but recently embattled incumbent City Councilman Ron Gipson’s seat. There are four seats up for election this year held by council members Scott Bader, Judy Tuohy, Brenda Stonecipher and Ron Gipson.
The Dunn-Gipson matchup is the first challenge for a council seat. More...
Snohomish cat shot on owner's property
SNOHOMISH — A woman’s cat was shot Wednesday, March 25 with a pellet gun by an unknown person and had to be put down. A reward is being offered to find the shooter and Snohomish
Police Department is on the case.
Snohomish Rotary Club closing down after 33 years
SNOHOMISH — After 33 years of serving Snohomish, the Snohomish Rotary service club will be dissolving its charter in June due to low membership. The Snohomish Rotary currently has 13 members, which is too few to sustain the club. They meet
Thursday mornings at 7 a.m. at the Collector’s Choice Restaurant and will continue to meet up until the last
active meeting May 28. More...
Jackson Park makeover should be ready by year's end
EVERETT — The renovations to the west side of Sen. Henry M. Jackson park are underway and should be complete by this fall.
The park will be completed in two phases.
The renovation, covering 4.5 out of 15 acres, will include many different amenities that most public parks in Snohomish County possess. More...
Emerson librarian wins national award
EEmerson Elementary School Librarian Jenny Granger receives high fives from students as she heads up to receive the
“Life Changer of the Year” award by the National Life Group during an assembly at the Snohomish school on Friday, March 27. Granger was one 10 national winners of this year’s award and was selected from more than 600 teachers, administrators and school district employees nominated from throughout the country. Granger was instrumental in starting the Snohomish Book Café Bus, which allows district students to borrow books through the summer months. Granger personally won $1,500 which she said she will put toward the Book Café Bus.
Glacier Peak softball team ready for games after dugout arson
SNOHOMISH — In February, the two dugouts for the Glacier Peak varsity fastpitch softball team were burnt to the ground on two different nights.
Yet, the girls aren’t letting that hold them back this season.
Their new dugouts will be ready for use for their first game Wednesday, April 1 after a community fundraising effort. More...
HIKE OF THE MONTH: The "Temple" of Lord Hill Park
SNOHOMISH — Located between Snohomish and Monroe is Snohomish County’s largest county park; the Lord Hill Regional Park.More...
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