Marianne McGarry Bloom honored the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day and the end of World War I on Sunday, Nov. 11, in her one-woman show at Camano Island Schoolhouse.
Fall. Apples. Caramel apples, apple crisp, applesauce. Best of all: apple pies!
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Trumpeter and tundra swans are returning to western Washington. Some of them might be sick or injured. Anyone who spots a sick or injured swan can use a hotline to report it.
Stanwood High School’s FFA chapter hosted its annual jamboree Wednesday, Nov. 7, attracting about 150 students from throughout Northwest Washington.
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To gain right-of-way access and proceed to construct the Viking Way and 90th Avenue NW extensions, Stanwood City Council on Thursday, Nov. 8, authorized the city to condemn property.
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Stanwood junior Jetlynn Hau won the 100 yard breaststroke to win the first individual girls swim championship in school history.
Stanwood withstood a scrappy Lynnwood Royals squad in a winner-to-state game Saturday to clinch the program’s third trip in the past four years to the the 3A state volleyball tournament.
Stanwood students gathered at 1 p.m. Thursday to send off their girls swimmers to the state meet. Meanwhile, the Spartan volleyball team is in semifinal showdown tonight.
Stanwood was in total control Thursday. The offense chugged through the Lynnwood defense with impunity, rolling to a 30-0 lead at the start of the second quarter through their first four possessions.