As they await more statewide COVID-19 restrictions, the owners of gyms and fitness centers in Skagit County are taking things day by day.
n The Anacortes City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3, by telephone. Call 1-312-757-3121, access code 373-576-877.
CLEAR LAKE — On a sunny, calm day on Clear Lake, Katie Holmstrom guided five students in yoga poses on stand-up paddleboards, helping them find balance and stability on the water.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, all districts are holding their school board meetings electronically. Therefore, all districts ask that public comment be delivered electronically or dropped off at district offices. For information, visit district websites.
A local nuclear disarmament group will take part in the coming week in two days of events that will be held on the 75th anniversaries of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
New limits on restaurants and bars that began Thursday include a 10 p.m. cut-off for alcoholic drinks and no dining inside with nonhousehold members.
MOUNT VERNON — Skagit Valley College is the recipient of a federal grant that will allow it to continue to serve students facing barriers to higher education.
A 42-year-old Snohomish man suffered minor injuries Thursday evening in a suspected hit-and-run rollover crash on northbound Interstate 5 south of Mount Vernon.
The State Broadband Office is asking residents to take a brief survey on internet access and internet speed to help identify areas with little to no high-speed internet access.
MOUNT VERNON — Graham Rawson had grown weary of exerting the extra effort required to pedal up inclines of dirt and pavement, as well as the monotonous grind of pumping along lengthy, flat stretches.
Times are tough and the agency responsible for preserving, protecting, and perpetuating fish, wildlife and ecosystems, while providing sustainable fishing, hunting and other recreation opportunities is feeling the pinch.
Three middle school football players from Skagit County got to test themselves against national competition earlier this month at a showcase camp in Florida.
Though the number of calls about seal pups on area beaches has been relatively low, those who monitor the pups are reminding those visiting beaches to give them their space.
Seven years after a Western Solar crew climbed onto the Anacortes Middle School roof to install dark blue, shimmery panels that can harness the energy of the sun, the Skagit Community Solar Program that sponsored the installation recently came to a close.