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Youngsters read, learn, and discover with Explore Summer programs

Sno-Isle Libraries has dozens of fun, hands-on events to keep young minds engaged with its Explore Summer programs for kids and teens. Many of this year’s Explore Summer interactive events focus on space exploration and technology in honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo XI, America’s first successful manned mission to the moon.

Sno-Isle Libraries has dozens of fun, hands-on events to keep young minds engaged with its Explore Summer programs for kids and teens. 

Many of this year’s Explore Summer interactive events focus on space exploration and technology in honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo XI, America’s first successful manned mission to the moon.

Sno-Isle Libraries patrons get improved computing, printing, and copying services

Sno-Isle Libraries has successfully completed a major update to its public computing, printing, and copying services.

Sno-Isle Libraries has successfully completed a major update to its public computing, printing, and copying services.

Customers can still visit any library to use a Sno-Isle Libraries computer or laptop. They can still print and make copies of documents.

Now, there’s a lot more of those good things.

University of Washington Bothell ranked number two on return on investment national study

CNBC Make It ranked the University of Washington Bothell number two on its 2019 list of public colleges that provide the greatest return on investment.

CNBC Make It ranked the University of Washington Bothell number two on its 2019 list of public colleges that provide the greatest return on investment.

The ranking of colleges that “pay off the most” was based on CNBC’s analysis of data provided by The Hechinger Report’s Tuition Tracker and PayScale’s College Salary Report.

Washington State Patrol to police Sequim Lavender Festival ferry traffic

The Washington State Patrol Homeland Security Division will strictly enforce rules for Washington State Ferry passengers heading to the Sequim Lavender Festival.

The Washington State Patrol Homeland Security Division will strictly enforce rules for Washington State Ferry passengers heading to the Sequim Lavender Festival.

This event held from Friday, July 19th, to Sunday, July 21st, draws thousands to view the lavender fields and there will be an increase in traffic primarily affecting the Seattle to Bainbridge Island and Edmonds to Kingston routes.

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