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Continued revenue decline forces county reductions

Responding to a continued decline in revenues due to the prolonged national recession

$750,000 Warrant Issued for Homicide Suspect

A $750,000 1st Degree Murder warrant has been issued for Jayvone Jerome Blake for the June 23rd 2010 murder of Marquise Deion Brown.

County’s Project Homeless Connect serves 900 in need

About 900 individuals and families needing human services attended Snohomish County’s second annual Project Homeless Connect at Cascade High School on Tuesday.

Boat license stickers expire Thursday

Boating is a popular activity on the Fourth of July holiday and the Department of Licensing doesn’t want an expired boat license to cost you a $257 fine this weekend.

National award to Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps

Local unit grew quickly to match SnoCo’s H1N1 needs “Community Resiliency Award” accepted by Therese Quinn-Burke of Snohomish Health District

Cantwell, Collins Meet with President Obama, Senate Colleagues, on Clean Energy Legislation

Cantwell-Collins CLEAR Act only bipartisan climate bill under consideration

County art project wins international honor

A public art project commissioned by Snohomish County and paid for through the 1-percent-for-the-arts program has been nationally recognized by Americans for the Arts as one of the best public arts projects in the nation.


Loops & Dips

Laura on Life


Seattle Children’s Theatre’s Drama School presents The Laramie Project

Seattle Children’s Theatre (SCT) is excited to announce the upcoming production, HAIR, Aug. 6 through Aug. 8. HAIR will be the final of four weekends of shows in SCT Drama School’s Summer Season 2010 student productions.

Celebrate Our Nation’s Birthday with ‘Fire & Ice’ Festivities

Comcast Community Ice Rink Offering Discounted Public Skating Rates All Day!