The City of Lake Stevens is asking residents to complete an online survey by Dec. 22 to share their opinions on the city’s proposed civic center campus.
Sno-Isle Libraries is joining a partnership with The Seattle Public Library and the King County Library System to bring personalized, compassionate job-search assistance to Sno-Isle Libraries customers.
More than 800 people logged into Zoom to hear famed Seattle librarian Nancy Pearl advise them on the 20 books she likes best for 2020.
Sno-Isle Libraries is committed to serving Lake Stevens residents as the community continues to grow, possibly in a new civic center.
If you didn’t get to learn about the mysteries of the stars and power of the Hubble Space Telescope in October, it's now available to watch as a video.
A full-slate of contact-free and online services will continue to be available from Sno-Isle Libraries under the latest COVID-19 restrictions announced by Gov. Jay Inslee on Sunday, Nov. 15.
Sno-Isle Libraries is tentatively moving forward with plans to remodel and update the Langley Library to improve its accessibility