Posted on Jul 8, 2016
Apr 17, 2015
The April 1, 2015 meeting was brought to order by Mayor Josh Golston at 7:05.
In their fourth year, the Granite Falls Chamber of Commerce expanded their "Look What's Local" fair to allow guests to enjoy the event for the entire week of April 13 - 18.
With another great demonstration showing their hard work, the Granite Falls High School EcoTeams returned Sunday the 12th from their sixth trip to the Shell EcoMarathon, this year held in Detroit.
For the past number of months, Granite Falls Public Works Director Brent Kirk has worn several hats; he's been carrying more than his fair share of the load in keeping the City running smoothly.
What a fun way to spend an hour or so and make a difference in the fight against cancer at the same time!
This year's Robe Canyon Kayaker's Race will follow the template of years gone past, teams of 2 from T1 to above Magic Carpet.
Snohomish County and Washington State Department of Transportation Honored with Special American Public Works Association Award for...
In the first of four data releases from the 2014 Healthy Youth Survey, the Washington State Department of Health focused on results surrounding youth substance abuse.
We're now entering the homestretch of the 2015 session. Most of our time now is spent on the House floor debating and voting on Senate bills that have made it through the committee process.
Dear Friends and Neighbors:
Only 11 days remain of the 105-day regular legislative session, which is scheduled to adjourn April 26....
Effective leadership in Olympia is not measured by volume of bill sponsorships
By Rep. Dan Kristiansen
Recently, an article appeared...
Both the House Democrats and the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus (Republicans) have passed competing operating budgets out of their respective chambers.