It’s been a long, cold, and unusual Winter around Snohomish County and beyond. We have seen one of the driest December’s and January’s on record, single digit temperatures, snow events that have been really localized and ...
In perhaps one of the last photos of the Granite Falls Police Department ever to be posted, this unsuspecting glimpse of the building that once housed our town’s law enforcement officers concealed the changes now a part of history.
Ready for action, six new members raised their right hands recently and vowed to serve on the Snohomish County’s Board of Health. One was sworn in at the December 2013 meeting, four in January this year, and one in February.
It’s almost time for another Senior Class from Granite Falls High School to graduate! We have waited four years for this day -- some, even more. However, before we can graduate, we have some significant hurdles ahead of us.
Each month the Sno-Isle Library Foundation and Friends of the Library plan exciting programs for the community. For additional information, contact the library on their website or by phone at 360-691-6087. Here are some upcoming programs @ the Granite Falls Library in March.
It happens to other people, never your family. It’s always a story, a feeling that we can only imagine. And while we grow older, fear sinking deeper that one day we’ll lose the greatest people in our lives, we never expect for that fear to be real.
What is it like to work at Sno-Isle Libraries? It’s warm, friendly and full of energy. A place where you can really get to know the people you work with and the communities you serve. A place where your growth is supported and encouraged.