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  • Special Coverage: National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

    Swedish Health Services SPONSORED — Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men, after skin cancer. One in nine men in the US will be diagnosed during their lifetime. Yet when detected early, prostate cancer is curable. In fact, 2.9 million men in the U.S. who’ve been diagnosed are alive today. The risk […]
  • Police Opportunities in a Growing, Supportive Washington Community

    Marysville Police Department SPONSORED — Contrary to what you may read in the news, there is at least one strong community in Western Washington who avidly supports their police department. Marysville, nestled among rich farmland in beautiful Snohomish county offers the very best of every part of Washington State with proximity to water (Sound, lakes, […]
  • Summer Fun Activities in Anacortes

    Experience Anacortes SPONSORED — Infamous for its clear skies and warm, sunny days, the Pacific Northwest is undeniably an outdoor oasis in the summer months. However, gorgeous summer days in the city realistically result in irritating traffic jams and chaotic, overcrowded areas leaving one feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. A summer island escape is just the […]
  • Calling all football fans: follow Russell on the road

    Alaska Airlines SPONSORED — Take your Northwest spirit that we’re known for on the road this season with Alaska Airlines. With flights to all the away games and the most nonstop flights from Seattle, Alaska Airlines will get you to all the games and back home again. Alaska Airlines offers 1,200 daily flights to 115 […]
  • Police Opportunities in a Growing, Supportive Washington Community

    Marysville Police Department SPONSORED — Contrary to what you may read in the news, there is at least one strong community in Western Washington who avidly supports their police department. Marysville, nestled among rich farmland in beautiful Snohomish county offers the very best of every part of Washington State with proximity to water (Sound, lakes, […]
  • How Real Estate is Rapidly Adjusting with the Times, and Why You Need to Adjust with it

    Every Door Real Estate SPONSORED — You’ve been a homeowner for some years now, you’ve made your house a home, you’ve seen family and friends grow older and have had some of your best memories. And if you happen to live in King County, you’ve probably also seen your home climb meteorically to record home […]
  • Tips and Recommendations for Life After the Vaccine

    Snohomish Health District SPONSORED — With the coronavirus case count steadily dropping and the nearly 450,000 Snohomish County residents who have had at least one vaccine dose, it may mean getting back to pre-pandemic activities. What does life post pandemic entail and how does one safely re-enter social settings? There are still a lot of […]
  • Free unbiased help with Medicare is here

    Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner SPONSORED — Whether you’re getting ready to enroll in Medicare or are already on Medicare but feeling overwhelmed by the amount of information and what to do, help is here! The Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner’s Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) program offers free, unbiased […]
  • COMCAST and YWCA Lifting Communities Together

    COMCAST SPONSORED — In time, we will learn more about how 2020 shaped our society for the future. One outcome we can be certain of is this; the long and difficult year helped us identify opportunities to provide extra care and support in our communities. Finding and addressing these opportunities will hopefully lead to long […]
  • With Prostate Cancer It’s Important to Know Your Options

    Swedish Health Services SPONSORED — In the United States, 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men. When detected early, prostate cancer is usually curable. 2.9 million men in the U.S. who’ve been diagnosed are alive today. […]