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Graduation season begins for county schools

The end of the school year has arrived, and Skagit County high school seniors are starting to celebrate their accomplishments.

Prep Roundup: Concrete picks up first win

LA CONNER — The Concrete softball team is winless no more.

Concrete woodshop teacher receives Dahlgren award

CONCRETE — Jim Newby's classroom at Concrete High School is busy and loud — but his students are focused.

Education Focus: Earthquake school safety report provides early estimate for upgrade costs

An analysis of about 5% of the 4444 public school buildings across Washington suggests that making those buildings safe during an earthquake could cost ...

Concrete selects design for town flag

CONCRETE — Concrete's towering industrial silos and the nearby jagged peak of Sauk Mountain will soon be featured prominently on the town flag.

Former Seahawk Steve Largent drops in on Concrete

CONCRETE — Former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Steve Largent recalled Friday a 1986 game against the Denver Broncos in which he thought he had ...

High School students get crash course in the trades

MOUNT VERNON — High school students from throughout the region were introduced Thursday to Skagit Valley College's professional technical programs.

County track and field championships start today | Sports

It's the longest-running prep track and field meet in Washington, and today will kick off its 113th year.

Opioid treatment need, services continue to grow

As the opioid epidemic continues to infiltrate Skagit County, the community has begun fighting back, expanding treatment options and forming groups prepared ...

Prep Roundup: County track meet kicks off

LA CONNER — Taino Ferdinand kicked off the 113th Skagit County Track and Field Championships on Wednesday in memorable fashion.

Rood steps down as Concrete football coach

MOUNT VERNON — Ron Rood has been on the sidelines as head coach of the Concrete football team for the past 31 seasons.

Prep Roundup: Bulldogs get past Mariner

MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon boys' soccer team nosed ahead of Mariner on Tuesday night with a second-half goal.

Prep Roundup: Cubs blank Pioneers

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The Sedro-Woolley boys' soccer got exactly what it was looking for heading into spring break — a win at home.

Prep Roundup: Tigers win home meet

BURLINGTON — Audrey Knutson was a multiple-event winner Thursday for the Burlington-Edison track and field team in a three-team meet.

Prep Roundup: Seahawks strong in home meet

ANACORTES — Saville Feist's record-setting day was the highlight of the Anacortes track and field team's three-team meet Wednesday at home.

Prep Roundup: Anacortes boys' soccer team beats Ferndale

ANACORTES — Josh Smeltzer scored two goals, Luke Rutz had a goal and two assists and the Anacortes boys' soccer team avenged a loss earlier this season ...


Veronica Russell of Snoqualmie passed peacefully Saturday, June 1, 2019 at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue.

Prep Notebook: Sedro-Woolley's Hofstad to golf in college

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Keenan Hofstad put pen to paper Wednesday afternoon, setting his collegian golf career in motion.

Cascade Days Video

Entertaining the crowds, floats, fancy cars, trucks and community groups walk down Main Street Saturday during the Cascade Days Parade in Concrete.

Skagit County pilots program to curb underage drinking, marijuana use

CONCRETE — A new method of law enforcement is being pioneered in Skagit County.

From Lions to Leopards, Ron Rood to coach Zillah

Ron Rood left Concrete High School after 31 years as its football coach in 2016 with a record of 205-110.

Hall of Fame coach Ron Rood hired to lead Zillah football program  Yakima Herald-Republic

A last-minute search didn't stop Zillah from finding a coach with plenty of experience to lead its football program.

The bald eagles are back: Where to see them and get expert advice  The Seattle Times

Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center, through January, Rockport; U.S. Forest *Service* Eagle Viewing Stations, through January, three locations on ...

Warm up your January hike with eagle viewing in the North Cascades  The Seattle Times

Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center offers many opportunities to learn about and see the eagles, which have migrated to feast on salmon. Also: Where to ...

Traditions abound at high school graduations

At just about every high school graduation ceremony, certain things are bound to happen.

Kittitas baseball recognizes former 1988 state champions  Daily Record-News

KITTITAS – Kittitas High School took time between Saturday's doubleheader victory against visiting Dayton to recognize champions from the past.

Dam safety drill offers chance to practice emergency coordination

MOUNT VERNON — A post that appeared on Facebook about 10 a.m. Wednesday declared “THIS IS AN EXERCISE” before detailing a mock emergency.

Sedro-Woolley High School graduating seniors go back to their roots

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — A banner with the Sedro-Woolley School District's motto hangs on a wall outside the main office at Central Elementary School, a constant ...

Local students earn varsity letters for volunteer activities

Sixty-two students at three area high schools earned varsity letters during the 2015-16 school year through the Youth United: Varsity in Volunteerism program.

Judge: Girl can't be blamed for her assault  HeraldNet

ARLINGTON — A lawyer for a private Christian school and one of its teachers won't be allowed to argue in court that a 14-year-old and her parents bear some ...

POWER SURGE | Zillah Leopards  Yakima Herald-Republic

Zillah's Triston Cullen accomplished a lot last season to establish himself as one of the most powerful edge rushers in the SCAC West.

Ravens will need to fill holes  The Tri-City News

Now that the smoke has cleared, the head coach of the Terry Fox Ravens senior football team can see what he has to work with.

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