Posted on Jul 8, 2016
Apr 18, 2014
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 2014 Washington Small Business Persons of the Year are Fred Schule, owner/president, and Paul Clark, owner/vice president, of Cobalt Enterprises, Inc.
Mayor Josh Golston was in attendance along with three council members for the final Wednesday night City Council meeting on April 16, 2014.
Eco-team members, parents and industry advisors worked long hours and late nights this week getting the two new eco cars ready for shipment to Houston.
Nearly a month has passed since the fateful morning of the Oso Mudslide. Life was forever changed for hundreds of people and tragically, came to an abrupt end for what now is over three dozen others.
It’s official! The Buzz Inn Steakhouse has purchased the entire building where the Robin’s Nest is located on South Granite Avenue, and will take possession on June 1.
Jude Anderson welcomed all members present and called the meeting to order at 6:35 p.m. He thanked GenCare for hosting the meeting and providing dinner.
Granite Falls High School teacher, Mary Karns has a two and a half hour commute from home to work now that Highway 530 is closed.
he Board of Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation has granted $236,715 for Oso landslide relief to these organizations ...
It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Kathleen A Herbert, a long-time employee and friend of all at the Granite Falls IGA.
Sponsored by the Community Coalition, motivational speaker Trent Shelton, brings his powerful message of hope to Granite Falls from 6:00 – 8:00 PM on April 23rd.
A heart broken, a soul wounded, a life at risk -- each, possibly the result of childhood trauma.
Watch for elementary school staff in lime green t-shirts as they “Paint the Town in Literacy” for World Book Night on Wednesday April 23rd!