Mike Sherlock of Fremont’s Mischief Distillery in Seattle pours a sample for a guest at Snohomish’s first-ever Snohomish On the Rocks spirit tasting festival Friday, April 20. More than 300 tickets were sold with more sold at the door. At least 28 craft distilleries participated in the festival. Three were from Snohomish. The event was sponsored by GROW Washington.
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FIRST STREET STOREFRONT SHUFFLE
Things are looking a bit different on First Street. A handful of businesses have moved in or changed ownership, with the old storefronts for Weeds and Sachi’s Jewelry being given new life.
SNOHOMISH STUDENT'S PHOTO WINS GRAND PRIZE
Matt Brigham of Snohomish High School is the grand prize winner of the Schack Art Center's 2012 Black and White photo contest. His digital entry, "Little Dancer," beat out more than 150 entries
City to make offer on Japanese Gulch land MUKILTEO - The city is in the process of buying almost 11 acres of the last remaining piece of Japanese Gulch.
The City Council last week approved using a $500,000 grant the city received to make an offer. More...
Elks, bison, yaks oh my! EVERETT - Tucked between the Irishman and the Historic Everett Theatre, Stuff What I Like is serving exotic dishes rarely seen anywhere else. More...
By MICHAEL WHITNEY
Published April 25, 2012
First Street storefront shuffle SNOHOMISH — Things are looking a bit different on First Street this month. A handful of businesses have moved in or changed ownership on First Street, with the old storefronts for Weeds Variety and Sachi’s Jewelry being given new life. More...