New developments have emerged in Sno-Isle Libraries’ long-standing effort to build a new, larger library to serve the Lake Stevens community.
Let’s say you want to get out to enjoy nature at one of Washington’s state parks or wildlife areas, but you realize you don’t have a Washington Discover Pass
Michael Adams officially joins the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees on Jan. 6. He is founder of Change the Narrative, a Granite Falls social justice group.
After serving two seven-year terms on the Sno-Isle Libraries Board of Trustees, Rico Tessandore of Edmonds ended his tenure in 2021.
Arlington kindergarteners from the Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center took a walking field trip to the Arlington Library so they could receive library cards.
The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation has approved a 2022 budget of nearly $700,000, much of it destined to improve Sno-Isle Libraries community libraries
What happens once elections are over and the real work of governance begins? Is this moment in our country’s history different than any other that came before?
Sno-Isle Libraries has lined up two interesting authors for November’s Open Book online author event series: Sarah Kapit for young readers, David Williams for adults
As more and more services move online, Sno-Isle Libraries continues to help customers gain skills to successfully navigate the digital world