Washington State’s capital budget for 2021-2023 includes $5.72 million for Sno-Isle Libraries capital projects in Lake Stevens, Mariner, Langley and Darrington.
Sam Mihara was a child when the government forcibly moved his family and 120,000 other Japanese Americans to internment camps in 1942.
Stanwood Library Circulation Supervisor Marlene Moodie heard a knock at the library’s front door. It was out of the ordinary since the library is open.
With the Arlington Library opening doors to customers on June 21, Sno-Isle Libraries now offers in-building services at all 23 community libraries.
Casey McQuiston, author of the breakout 2019 LGBTQ+ romance bestseller “Red, White & Royal Blue,” is the next guest in Sno-Isle Libraries’ Open Book events
The recent heat wave put Sno-Isle Libraries and its staff to the test, and every community library that opened as a “cooling center" rose to the occasion
With an excessive heat warning in effect starting at 2 p.m. Friday, Sno-Isle Libraries is preparing to offer its air-conditioned community libraries as "cooling centers
The Mill Creek Library is now offering in-building services to customers once again. Customers can browse the shelves for books and videos, and pick up holds.