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Music galore at fair: Gothard Sisters one of many acts at Stanwood-Camano
The Stanwood-Camano Fair, the largest community fair in the state, has the well-deserved nickname best little fair in the West.
Island County: Jacks' experience makes perfect fit
I pray that people will do their homework and research who they are voting for. If you look at Karla Jacks you will see she is the obvious choice for Island County Commissioner No.
Silvana Fair returns to Viking Hall July 26
The Silvana Fair marks its return July 26 to the tiny town between Stanwood and Arlington, whose Viking Hall and surrounding fairground fields come alive with the sounds of family farming fun on the last Saturday of every July.
Stanwood council to consider banning pot-related businesses
An ordinance that would prohibit recreational marijuana retailers, producers and processors within city limits is set to come before council members Thursday.
Front Porch: Name a ferry
Specifically, names should represent such things as state symbols, tribal names, bodies of water, geographic locations, cities, counties, or relate to nautical heritage, etc.
Stanwood man stuck in Hawaii after accident
Todd Duitsman is now awaiting a medical flight home to Seattle. That could cost his family more than $50,000.
17-time felon arrested after carjacking attempt, manhunt
An attempted carjacking suspect who sparked a manhunt in Everett on Monday night is a veteran car thief and 17-time felon, court papers show.
In Our View / Emergency Easetment and Ethics: A road paved by community
We all know where the road leads when using good intentions as paving material, but roads built on opportunism don't get us to the right destination either.
Oso landowner drove a hard bargain after mudslide
With Darrington cut off after the Oso mudslide and the state desperate to help, a pair of business partners successfully demanded more than $80,000 to allow cars and trucks to drive along a power-line access road on their undeveloped land, records show.
Taking back Church Creek Park: Stanwood students team to rid park of drugs, vandalism
Matasha Wilcoxen , 15, draws a detail in pencil on a large sheet of plywood that will be part of a 10-foot wide mural, while Kayli Rodgers, 17, prepares to sketch a bird that she designed for the mural.
Manufacturing innovation: Granite Falls teacher wins statewide award from aerospace center
Granite Falls High School shop teacher Michael Werner poses Thursday for a portrait with two of the EcoCars created by his students.
Barbara McMichael | Bremerton botanical garden owner reflects on space
The Bookmonger is Barbara Lloyd McMichael, who focuses on books, authors and publishers of the Pacific Northwest.