Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, August 11, 2019
“The treatments these kids undergo are intense, leaving them with little time and energy to enjoy playing like most kids do on a daily basis,” says Newman. “It’s our goal to give hope to these children by allowing them to be carefree for the day; that’s what hope looks like.”
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, August 07, 2019
While there are some resources, there is still most certainly a gap that needs to be addressed; this is one that allows for families who are experiencing housing instability to secure housing in a structured and supported manner.
Bonnie Johnson - Saturday, August 03, 2019
Cities can now require temperment testing of “dangerous” breeds but can now no longer preclude ownership of some types or discriminate against certain breeds.
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 31, 2019
The act was introduced, “relating to the financial responsibility of motorcycle operators,” and amending RCW 46.30.020 which covers liability insurance violations and exceptions.
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 24, 2019
During an emphasis patrol last Fall, troopers cited 1671 carpool lane violators in just a single week across three counties, including one driver who was stopped three times.
Joey Muldowney - Thursday, July 18, 2019
If you want a weekend of excitement and beauty surrounded by kind, caring people, I know the farm will provide. This place has a magical glow about it and a sweet aroma this time of year. Everything is green and golden, the magnolias are in full bloom, and the fruit trees may even have a tasty snack for you to pluck.
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 17, 2019
In a remarkable case of right-time-right-place, a former resident of Snohomish county with the professional acuity and background required to subdue, disarm and detain a would-be shooter just happened to be around when it was most needed.
Bonnie Johnson - Saturday, July 13, 2019
Beginning last Monday, July 8, construction on the Rucker Renewal project is underway, and navigating downtown has now turned into a vehicular version of hopscotch.
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, July 11, 2019
The momentum for the protest is being fueled by concerns at US borders, where detention centers meant for short term custody are being overcrowded and overwhelmed, which are then paired with Federal policies which preclude the release of detainees while awaiting deportation or asylum decisions.
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, July 09, 2019
Leonard J. Martin was captured on October 31st of 1944 and released April 13th, 1945. He had enlisted into the armed forces in August of 1943 after graduating from Snohomish High School the previous Spring.