Ana Rodriguez, 4, of Snohomish (center) and her sister Sofia, 5, participate in the opening of Snohomish’s extension of the Centennial Trail through town. The federally-funded $2.5 million project fills in a missing gap along Snohomish County’s 30-mile-long regional trail.
Elected officials and family members unveil a bronze bust of U.S. Sen. Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson during a ceremony at Grand Avenue Park in Everett on Sunday, May 20. The late senator lived across the street from the park and would have been 100 years old this May.
Mike Bellamy of Snohomish rides his Volkswagen-powered motorcycle up First Street Sunday, May 20 as he enters the Sky Valley Antique and Classic Motorcycle Show. The show returned to Snohomish after a three-year absence. The rain affected attendance. Police say about 5,000 people showed up. Organizers were expecting 10,000.
By MICHAEL WHITNEY
Published May 23, 2012
Community remembers Drew Nielsen EVERETT - One week after the passing of City Councilman Drew Nielsen, a community still mourns.
They came with flowers, cards and a level of respect for one of Everett’s best-regarded council members and citizen activists. More...