Close this search box.
Get 24 hours of unlimited digital access for just $1.

Skagit officials favor tax increase to cover need for emergency services

Number of EMS calls has increased by 25% over the past four years

A person unravelling a roll of stickers colored in red, white, and blue labeled 'I voted today'.
Jean Scribner holds a roll of “I Voted Today” stickers for anyone dropping off ballots at the courthouse parking lot on Election Day. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Skagit County voters should expect to receive ballots in April that include a request for a property
Cascadia Daily News
  • Save money
  • Support local businesses
  • Get 50% off an annual subscription to Cascadia Daily News

Become a Cascadia One Pass member!

Browse our subscription offers or consider donating to support local journalism.

Already a subscriber?

Log in

Latest stories

Cleanup won't start until at least spring 2025
June 21, 2024 10:00 p.m.
Victim's father says he was amazed by community support
June 21, 2024 2:53 p.m.
Swimmers still advised to stay away from outfall near Bennett Avenue
June 21, 2024 1:00 p.m.

Have a news tip?

Email or Call/Text 360-922-3092

Sign up for our free email newsletters