It’s that time of year and Christmas is drawing near! For some people, Christmas is a special time for families to be together, students taking a break from school and good will towards thy fellow man. How can anyone possibly hate this lovely holiday?
Our dogs are not our children, yet they are a big part of our family or should be if we have taken them into our life. Holiday time is full of many blessings. If we are not vigilant to our needs, it can also be very stressful.
While the holiday spirit and dreams of snow fill our thoughts, many of us also rejoice in the cycle of gardening. Just as we hit the longest day of the solstice, we start watching light take over dark by a few minutes each day, and the countdown to spring starts!
Have you been through town during the past few days to see all the signs of Christmas? The first annual Winterfest, with all its festive lights and decorations are making the streets twinkle with holiday lights.
Chamber President, Randy Youngquist welcomed fourteen members and quests to the November 26th evening meeting at GenCare. Special guest, mayor-elect Josh Golston, started the meeting with his plans for the city.
The City Council will hold a final hearing on the pending revision of the Sign Ordinance, December 4th.There was a miscommunication in notifying the public it had been rescheduled from November 20th...
In a perfect world, none would be homeless or hungry or wanting. Unfortunately, one need not look far to find things aren't as we wish they were, including here in Granite Falls. But those struggling due to economic or life situations can find extensive help, right here in our own community.
The public is welcome to free events in downtown Everett to commemorate World AIDS Day 2013 on Sunday, Dec. 1. Three community partners will sponsor a memorial walk and program that afternoon to build awareness of the impact HIV/AIDS has on our community.
The Board has voted to put two Replacement Levies on the February 11, 2014 ballot. These will only "renew" the expiring levies that currently exist. This is NOT a new tax--the district is NOT asking for more money. See more information in the November Newsletter
Each week throughout the school year, the WIAA recognizes twelve high school varsity athletes, male and female from each of the six classifications, who exhibited an outstanding performance for the previous week.
This is a list of projects by contractors, utility companies and Snohomish County Public Works that are currently (or soon to be) affecting travel on roads in unincorporated SnohomishCounty. Road projects added this week include an asterisk (*).
Want to see what future transportation improvement projects are in store for communities across the state? Then check out Washington’s final draft of the 2014-2017 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).