Posted on Jul 8, 2016
Jul 24, 2015
A BIG Congratulations goes to Granite Falls High School Manufacturing Teacher, Michael Werner, for being named the "Regional Teacher of the Year” by the Northwest Educational Service District #189.
If you have driven the roundabout or down Stanley Street this past week, you’ve seen a row of highly visible WELCOME flags.
Mayor ProTem Matt Hartman called the July 1, 2015 City Council meeting to order in the absence of Mayor Joshua Golston at 7:00 PM, followed by the flag salute.
The state capital budget passed by the legislature at the end of June includes major investments in parks, trails and various youth-centered projects ...
Snohomish County Public Works is presenting the first loan from its Public Works Assistance Fund Loan (PWAFL) program to the City of Granite Falls.
Snohomish County residents can expect improvements to numerous state roads throughout the county now that Governor Jay Inslee has signed the Transportation Initiative Package into law.
The state of Washington has three separate budgets: operating, capital and transportation.
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) and the National Association of Counties (NACo) announced that Snohomish County ranked among the top ten winners in this year’s Digital Counties Survey.
After 176 days, a regular session and three special sessions, it is great to be out of Olympia and back home with family, friends and the citizens of the 39th District.
"Sunny and 84 degrees," reads the forecast for August 1, 2015!! What could be better?
National Night Out in Granite Falls invites all residents to stop by the grassy area next to IGA on August 4, from 4pm to 8pm.
Seattle based Starborne Shows, invites you to join us for the first annual CASCADIA NW Arts and Music Festival!