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Community Transit extends nighttime bus service to the Evergreen State Fair

Evergreen State Fair Bus Route 271. Photo courtesy of Community Transit.

Carnival rides, concerts, fair food, and fun. Whether you are attending the Fair for work or play, Community Transit is the easiest way to travel to and from the Evergreen State Fair.

This year, Community Transit has added additional evening trips to get both workers and fairgoers home from the Fair.

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.

Snohomish County to contribute $150,000 to Mill Creek's Heron Park upgrades

Snohomish County will contribute up to $150,000 to the City of Mill Creek's Heron Park upgrade project. The city has budgeted $410,000 to make repairs to the park in the Parkside neighborhood including replacing the playground equipment and the old cedar-shake picnic shelter/restroom roof.

Snohomish County will contribute up to $150,000 to the City of Mill Creek's Heron Park upgrade project. The city has budgeted $410,000 to make repairs to the almost 30-year-old park in the Parkside neighborhood including replacing the playground equipment and the old cedar-shake picnic shelter/restroom roof.

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