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Thursday, February 26, 2015 -- 12:27 am
Go native: Monroe sale features plants that are happy in the Northwest
HeraldNet - The 30th annual Snohomish Conservation District native plant sale Saturday offers more than just a chance to buy Douglas fir seedlings for cheap. People can submit their soil to have it tested free of charge, learn about landscaping, buy a rain barrel or pick up a mason bee house and join their children in fun activities. Read more...
Thursday, February 26, 2015 -- 12:21 am
Crowd flocks to a Iron Man Derbya
HeraldNet - ... worth $2,000, was Julia Hunter of Neah Bay, at 16.6 pounds, and third, worth $1,000, went to Ron Lampers of Snohomish. Lampers took fifth and 15th in last year's derby. Despite over 500 square miles of water available to derby participants, the ... Read more...
Wednesday, February 25, 2015 -- 8:18 pm
Final look at Mat Classic: Darrington's McKenzie gets his revenge and other notes
HeraldNet - ... go there." In pulling out a late 4-2 decision over Evergreen Vancouver's Dallas Goodpaster in the 220-pound final, Snohomish's Alex Fairhurst became the first Panther state champion since Sam Ottow and Stefan St. Marie both accomplished the feat in ... Read more...
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 -- 8:11 pm
Darrington's McKenzie gets his revenge at Mat Classic
HeraldNet - ... go there." In pulling out a late 4-2 decision over Evergreen Vancouver's Dallas Goodpaster in the 220-pound final, Snohomish's Alex Fairhurst became the first Panther state champion since Sam Ottow and Stefan St. Marie both accomplished the feat in ... Read more...
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 -- 2:27 pm
Harvey Field revamping its master plan and seeks input
Mukilteo Tribune - Harvey Field Airport is updating its master plan, and the biggest issues outlined so far are community needs, realigning Airport Way, flood hazard concerns, volume of aircraft and type, and noise. Harvey Field Airport owner and operator Kandace Harvey of Snohomish said what she and her family wants to see is a community-oriented updated master plan and to do "the best thing" for the community. Read more...
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 -- 2:27 pm
Shoe fund looking for a few generous souls
Mukilteo Tribune - Feb. 26 marks the start of Snohomish Education Foundation's campaign for the James Hansen Memorial Shoe Fund. The campaign runs through March 6. The shoe fund is used to pay for shoes of students, grades kindergarten to 12, at Snohomish schools whose families cannot afford them. Read more...
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 -- 2:27 pm
Glacier Peak recouping after softball dugouts burned in arson
Mukilteo Tribune - ... were burned on two separate days: Friday, Feb. 13 and Monday, Feb. 16. Luckily, the season hasn't yet started and Snohomish school officials are confident the district can rebuild the structures by the start of the season, but preseason practices ... Read more...
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 -- 12:00 am
OUTDOORS: Mount Vernon angler and fishing partner win third...
Peninsula Daily News - ... straight derby wins. 1. Jerry Thomas, Mount Vernon, 18.95 pounds 2. Julia Hunter, Neah Bay, 16.6 3. Ron Lampers, Snohomish, 16.25 4. Dave Christopher, Sequim, 15.85 5. Carl Adams, Sequim, 15.05 6. Joe Elias Jr., Diamond Point, 15.0 7. John Jackson, ... Read more...
Sunday, February 22, 2015 -- 12:46 am
Vikings’ Michael Soler golden a third time | 4A wrestling
Seattle Times - ... off," Daigbe said, "We're both strong. We're both fast." K-M's Jahleel Smith was third at 138. Alex Fairhurst of Snohomish came up with a late takedown to earn the crown at 220, 4-2 over Dallas Goodpaster from Evergreen of Vancouver. Mount Si got a ... Read more...
Sunday, February 22, 2015 -- 12:27 am
Snohomish County has close call with measles-infected visitor
HeraldNet - A visiting California woman contagious with measles potentially exposed at least 173 people in Snohomish County to the virus over a three-day period in late December and early January, health officials say. The woman had visited Disneyland, which has become synonymous with the ongoing national measles outbreak. Read more...
Sunday, February 22, 2015 -- 12:26 am
To Russia and back: Learn all about snow goose adventures at festival
HeraldNet - ... Research Institute, has also been studying the geese in their winter feeding grounds in the Northwest, mostly in Snohomish and Skagit counties. "It's very important to see all the cycles," he said. "How the winter feeding grounds affect the summer ... Read more...
Sunday, February 22, 2015 -- 12:00 am
New farrier brings expertise to Peninsula
Peninsula Daily News - ... today is that we have a new farrier in town named Preston Pehrson. A recent graduate of Mission Farrier School in Snohomish, Preston is a local guy who grew up learning the trade from his father, Tom. I met Preston soon after moving to Sequim 19 ... Read more...
Friday, February 20, 2015 -- 9:23 am
Third-graders learn about butterflies by planting gardens
HeraldNet - Emerson Elementary students Lochlan Schaefer, 9 Sylvie Ojala, 8, Maggie McGowan, 9, and Cassie Chin, 8, load a wheelbarrow of planting mix into one of several large containers that they will use to plant vegetables. In Snohomish, Emerson Elementary School teacher Kim Moritz is helped by Sylvie Ojala, 8 and Maggie McGowan, 9, as the school's third-graders fill large containers with a planting mix for a vegetable garden. Read more...
Friday, February 20, 2015 -- 9:23 am
Snohomish County canines excel at Westminster dog show
HeraldNet - JJ is shown by his handler, Mike Kurtzner, at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York. The 15-inch beagle is owned by Sheri Berndt-Smith and Darrell Smith of Snohomish. Read more...
Friday, February 20, 2015 -- 12:19 am
Emerson third-graders are planting vegetable and butterfly gardens
HeraldNet - Emerson Elementary students Lochlan Schaefer, 9 Sylvie Ojala, 8, Maggie McGowan, 9, and Cassie Chin, 8, load a wheelbarrow of planting mix into one of several large containers that they will use to plant vegetables. In Snohomish, Emerson Elementary School teacher Kim Moritz is helped by Sylvie Ojala, 8 and Maggie McGowan, 9, as the school's third-graders fill large containers with a planting mix for a vegetable garden. Read more...
Thursday, February 19, 2015 -- 8:20 pm
Monroe girls eliminate Jackson
HeraldNet - The Monroe girls basketball team clamped on the defense in the second half, holding Jackson to just 13 points en route to a 46-32 victory Thursday in a Class 4A District 1 loser-out game at Everett Community College. The Bearcats advanced to Saturday's second-place game against either Lake Stevens or Snohomish. Read more...
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 -- 7:22 pm
Search abandoned for missing Snohomish Co. wallaby
KOMO News - It's been several weeks since anyone reported seeing a pet wallaby that escaped more than a month ago near Arlington. The owner of the Outback Kangaroo Farm says the search for Bella is over. Read more...
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 -- 4:09 pm
Snohomish swim and dive team sending three to state
Mukilteo Tribune - Snohomish and Monroe high schools had great showings for their varsity swim squad over the weekend Feb. 13-14 for the 4A Wesco district swim meet in the Snohomish Aquatic Center. The state meet will be Feb. 20 at the King County Aquatic Center. Read more...
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 -- 4:09 pm
Snohomish Police want to use drug money to revamp station
Mukilteo Tribune - The mismatched carpeting throughout the Snohomish Police station on Maple Avenue has precise blue painter's tape markings all over the place. The markings are there for the Police Department's yet-to-be-approved remodel, which Police Chief John Flood hopes will happen soon. Read more...
Tuesday, February 17, 2015 -- 4:09 pm
Snohomish Eagles donate $3,140 against child abuse
Mukilteo Tribune - The Snohomish Eagles hosted more than three dozen members of the North Sound Chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse for a Feb. 8 luncheon and video presentation of BACA's nationwide work and to make a $3,140 donation from the Eagles to assist the local chapter's ongoing efforts to support young victims of abuse and domestic violence. Most of the money was raised by a basket raffle co-chaired by F.O.E. 195 Auxiliary members Sharon Smith, left, and Kim Johnsted, flanking BACA Chapter President Bob McGowan as he receives the Eagles' check. Read more...



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