Posted on Jul 8, 2016
May 31, 2013
Prior to the Student Recognition and Awards Night, the Granite Falls Class of 2013 graduates had been given $620,961 in tuition and scholarships from colleges and universities.
Everyone wants our town to look it’s best as we prepare to show off our beautiful area to family, guests and visitors during the coming summer months.
A community safety fair will take place June 22 from 9 am – 5 pm on the IGA lot in Granite Falls, as part of the annual Mountain Loop Experience, according to coordinator Catherine Anderson.
With less than three weeks until the 2013 Mountain Loop Experience, hosts, participants and volunteers alike are busily readying the town for this popular event.
Dayton Smith’s “Relay for Life” senior project at Crossroads High School was fueled by true passion. Dayton's father has pancreatic cancer and no medical coverage.
Snohomish County Public Works’ crews have reopened the Deer Creek gate on Mountain Loop highway, providing access to the Big Four Ice Caves, Barlow Pass and other recreational opportunities.
Have you ever noticed how clutter creates stress and a sense that your life is out of control? It is a common experience, especially in light of the hectic lives we lead.
Once again, the Granite Falls Community Coalition is responding to the ever-present need to help families with the expense of providing school supplies for their children.
On May 16th, the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Region 109 acknowledged Granite Falls School District teacher Joelle Wright and the Granite Falls City Library.
Mike Trask, owner of the Granite Falls Market Fresh IGA is expanding beyond Granite Falls, opening their new store in Edmonds on May 14.
Vice President Jude Anderson called the meeting to order at 8:05 AM. He thanked the GenCare staff for hosting the meeting and providing a light breakfast.
In the newest “Iron Man,” co-writer and director Shane Black attempts to take the franchise in a smarter, more introspective direction.