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 By Staff    News    October 3, 2012

Focus on Farming Conference scheduled for Nov. 15

Focus on Farming Conference scheduled for Nov. 15 Registration now open; space for exhibit hall also available For the ninth consecutive year, Snohomish County will host its nationally recognized Focus on Farming Conference with more than 500...

 By Staff    Entertainment    October 3, 2012

The 5th Avenue Theatre Appoints VP of Philanthropy

The 5th Avenue Theatre Concludes National Search, Names Michelle Moga as New Vice President of Philanthropy (Monday, October 1, 2012 - SEATTLE, WA) The 5th Avenue Theatre is thrilled to announce the appointment of Michelle Moga as the new Vice Presid...

 By Staff    Entertainment    October 3, 2012


Plus new works by PNB artists Kiyon Gaines, Margaret Mullin, and Andrew Bartee November 2 – 11, 2012 Marion Oliver McCaw Hall 321 Mercer Street, Seattle Center Seattle, WA 98109 “[Mark] Morris richly illuminates his music. With most...

 By Staff    News    October 3, 2012

Woman Injured Along Mtn. Loop Highway

Granite Falls - Around 7:45 PM this evening, a call came into 911 that an injured woman was found lying on the Mtn. Loop Highway near 119th St NE. The victim was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center. At this time, it is unclear how the woman...

 By Washington News Service    News    October 3, 2012

The Effects of WA's Higher Minimum Wage

SEATTLE - When Washington's hourly minimum wage increases in January, it will mean $6 more per week for full-time workers at that pay rate. The 15-cent increase raises their annual income to a bit more than $19,000. That's enough for a single person...

 By Staff    News    October 3, 2012

S. Everett Homicide Victim Identified

Earlier this afternoon the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office released the identity of a woman who was found dead Saturday morning at the 1600 block of Center Road in South Everett. Detectives are investigating the circumstances behind 24...

 By Washington News Service    News    October 3, 2012

Roadless Rule Withstands a "Supreme" Test

After a decade of legal challenges, the "roadless rule" landed on the U.S. Supreme Court's doorstep, and on Monday, the court opted to leave it in place rather than hear the latest appeal. The rule doesn't allow new road-building on...

 By Soundbite Services    News    October 3, 2012

Presidential Debate – An Economy that Means More than Money?

Tonight's presidential debate is expected to be all about the economy. While President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney discuss money and jobs, the American Sustainable Business Council will be watching for discussion of how that relates to the...

 News    October 3, 2012

Caution, Wet Paint on Roads!

A contractor working for Snohomish County has begun applying 152 miles of stripes along 38 miles of the following roads, in the following order: Ben Howard Road (between Monroe and Sultan) - currently working on this road Jordan Road (between...