Construction of Camano Island’s new administrative building starts in spring. And by 2020, all the county offices — sheriff’s precinct, customer service counters and public meeting room — will be under one roof.
Looking back at 10 decades of Stanwood-Camano history ...
A roundup of local events, happenings, classes and more for older adults in the Stanwood-Camano area ...
CONWAY — The Conway School Board approved Monday night a resolution that will allow the school district to begin finding ways to cut its budget.
News and notes from around the community ...
“It’s not a career, it’s a lifestyle,” Camano Fire and Rescue firefighter Liam Shelley said. “The time I see my dad put into his job, outside his job, to better the community amazes me.”
Here's a lineup of health-related activities happening in the area ...
Stanwood High School’s Hi-Q team will defend its regional championship title against Monroe and Archbishop Murphy teams on Friday.
We’re two and a half months into 2019. How many of our New Year’s resolutions to make healthy changes or start a good habit have fizzled, despite our great intentions?
Catching up with Stanwood spring sports results from the past week, including baseball, softball, boys soccer, girls tennis, boys lacrosse, boys golf, girls golf, and track and field.
Nearly every Stanwood spring sports team boasts an older, more experienced version of last year’s groups.
The Wesco 3A coaches announced the all-league teams for the winter 2018-19 season, including first, second or honorable mention teams for some sports.
The new Stanwood High School baseball coach is on a mission. “We want a winning record, we want to get to districts, we want to win at districts,” Matt Brennan said. “But above all, we want to play for the ‘S’ on the uniform — for the school, for the parents, for the community. It all goes beyond the game.”
Against a taller, quicker O’Dea Fighting Irish squad, Stanwood stuck to their style of ball that propelled them to the regional round of the 3A state tournament — the seventh trip in a row for the program.