More students at Washington district try walking to school
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. - More students at Centennial and Little Mountain elementary schools will be walking or biking to school starting Monday as part of a pilot project to test several safe walking zones around the schools.
Sedro-Woolley repeals ban on downtown horseriding
A group of about a dozen riders welcomed back their right to ride in the streets by saddling up and heading into town Friday night for dinner.
Lions fall 7-0 to Sedro-Woolley
The Lynden softball team lost its first Northwest Conference game of the year 7-0 at home against Sedro-Woolley on Monday, May 6. "Sedro just played really well and their pitcher threw the ball well and kept us off balance," Lynden coach Steve Petersen said in a phone interview.
Community Extra: Opportunities
Admire: Library, art on display The Snohomish High School library hosts an open house and mural dedication, 5 to 8 p.m. May 16, in conjunction with the school's Night of the Arts in the main gym.
Organics board denies tetracycline extension
At its spring 2013 meeting, The National Organic Standards Board voted not to extend the deadline of the expiration date in the allowance of the antibiotic tetracycline for organic apple and pear production.
Blaine gets second NWC win, win 4-3
The Blaine girls' tennis team earned its second Northwest Conference win with a 4-3 victory at home against Sedro-Woolley on Monday, April 29.
Hospitals’ proposed affiliation with Catholic systems opposed
Sedro-Woolley, a tiny Skagit County town in the Cascade foothills, was formed in 1898 from a merger of two rival towns - one named for the giant cedar trees that once loomed overhead, and the other for an ambitious railroad developer.