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Roadwork is underway in Sedro-Woolley

(SEDRO-WOOLLY)- Work is underway on the storm drain pipe installation portion of the SR20/Cascade Trail West Extension Phase 1A Trail Road to SR9 South and Phase 1B Hodgin Road to Trail Road Project.

Starting just east of Raby Lane, SRV Construction will be installing the first large stormwater     (read more)

Longest-serving Superior Court Judge to retire June 30

(MOUNT VERNON)- Skagit County’s longest serving Superior Court Judge, Michael E. Rickert, will retire June 30 after more than 24 years of service. An open house celebration in his honor will begin at 2:30 p.m. Friday, June 30, in courtroom two of the Skagit County Courthouse.

Rickert began his     (read more)

Summary of environmental penalties issued for first quarter 2017

(OLYMPIA)- The Washington Department of Ecology issued $150,500 in penalties of $1,000 or more January through March in 2017. A detailed list of the violations and resulting penalties is available online at Ecology's website.

Ecology works with thousands of businesses and individuals to help     (read more)

Skagit Valley College received received a major award

(MOUNT VERNON)- Skagit Valley College was recently selected as the recipient of the 2017 Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Community Leadership Award. SVC’s nomination by Mount Vernon School District Superintendent Dr. Carl Bruner recognizes the ongoing partnership between     (read more)

Naval Station Everett emergency response exercise

(EVERETT)- Naval Station Everett will conduct a regularly scheduled exercise on Thursday, June 15. During the exercise, Navy personnel and others who access the base should prepare for a gate closure lasting several minutes and possible traffic delays at approximately 11 a.m.

The exercise     (read more)

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