Mayor Pro Tem Matt Hartman led the Council through a short agenda on July 7th at the library. Enforcement of new truck weight restrictions and replacing manhole covers were the main topics of business.
At its July 10 meeting, the Board of Fire Commissioners for Snohomish County Fire District 17, also known as the Granite Falls Fire Department, unanimously passed a resolution asking voters to renew a levy for EMS.
Get ready; it's a Relay for Life month!! In 2013, the Mayor and City Council proclaimed the month of July as Relay for Life and Paint the Town Purple month. They renewed their support and again dedicated the month to finding a cure for cancer.
Each step bring us closer to our goal of finishing the fight against cancer. On Saturday and Sunday, July 19 and 20, volunteers, participants, families and community members will come together to make finding a cure more within reach.
Is there anything better than Granite Falls in the summer? With August right around the corner, known to have the best weather of the year, organizers are ready for the 34th annual Granite Falls Show 'n' Shine .
On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, the Granite Falls Unified Sports team ventured down south to Sumner, WA where they would compete at the state level tournament against other adolescents of similar age.
Ranging from blatant disinterest to curiosity; dabbling to a serious hobby; from avocation to occupation to professional scientific research, the spectrum reflecting interest in genealogy is wide and varying.
In his “Seems Like Yesterday” column for January 17, 2014, Everett’s Herald writer Jack O’Donnell said that fifty years earlier, Mount Pilchuck Ski area reported eight inches of new snow and the area had a total of 76 inches.