Skagit County Public Health reported 459 new cases of COVID-19 for the seven-day period running Oct. 17 through Oct. 23.
BURLINGTON — Ten high school volleyball teams competed Saturday in the Burlington-Edison Invitational.
Heading into this school year, half of Skagit County’s six public high schools had new principals.
Government meetings scheduled for next week in Skagit County
The Skagit Tourism Bureau, a new organization dedicated to marketing Skagit County as a travel destination, has hired its first CEO.
School board meetings scheduled for next week in Skagit County
Brien Reed of Mount Vernon counts as his hobbies learning languages and playing the ukulele
The state Department of Transportation has determined the Highway 20 interchange and the northbound College Way on-ramp to be the “worst performers” on Interstate 5 through Skagit County, according to a recently completed study.
The Skagit Women’s Alliance and Network (SWAN) honored six Skagit County women for achievements and community contributions Thursday evening during the 37th annual Women of the Year Awards.
MOUNT VERNON — The Skagit Valley College women's soccer team scored three second-half goals Saturday to beat Shoreline 3-1.
BREMERTON — The Skagit Valley College volleyball team had little trouble Friday with Olympic, winning the road match 25-13, 25-21, 25-9.
LA CONNER — The La Conner High School volleyball team continued to roll Thursday, beating Orcas Island 25-8, 25-8, 25-9.
A long overdue update to the management plan for the 2,800 acres that make up the Anacortes Community Forest Lands is inching closer to adoption by the Anacortes City Council.
MOUNT VERNON — Outside his Mount Vernon home Tuesday morning, longtime Skagit Audubon Society member Tim Manns saw a towhee, a bird common in the western United States.
FIDALGO BAY — Holding up a jar filled with water and sand, students looked at roughly 400 tiny, white eggs floating inside — surf smelt at the very early stages of their lives.
The latest lawsuit over fish in the state claims hatchery-raised salmon and steelhead may impact already-diminished wild populations and the orca whales that eat them.
MARBLEMOUNT — Though Pressentin Park is closed to the public because of ongoing habitat restoration and construction work, some highly anticipated visitors have been spotted in the area.