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July 29, 2016

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Everett Shelter Holding Adult Cat Adoption Event

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You have until September 30th to take advantage of this great deal!

A special adult cat adoption event began today at the Everett Animal Shelter. Here are the details…

Adult cats (over 6 months of age) adoption fee $25 during our Summer Splash adoption event! Adoption fee includes: spay/neuter, vaccinations, flea treatment, dewormer, and a micro-chip. Come on out to the Everett Animal Shelter, 333 Smith Island Road, Everett. We’re open 7 days a week (excluding holidays). Adoption closes at 4:30pm. We’ve got lots of awesome cats, just waiting for their forever homes. We hope to see you at the shelter!

The special event ends September 30th.

Check out all of our cool cats


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July 28, 2016

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Few Details In Central Everett Shooting

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The victim is loaded into a medic unit for a trip to the hospital.

For those wondering what the police and fire activity was near 73rd and Jefferson Thursday night we have few details. Shortly after 8:30 PM Police were called to 73rd and Jefferson just west of Broadway on reports of shots fired. Arriving police officers found a male victim on Jefferson street who appeared to have been shot. Patrol officers from Everett Police were working with witnesses and gathering statements. It looked to MyEverettNews.com that police and medics were talking with the victim. He was taken by medic unit to the hospital. Officers on the scene were just getting going into the early stages of the investigation and had no information on the circumstances or any suspect details.


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July 28, 2016

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Duplex Fire Displaces Four in South Everett

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Everett crews work on the west side of the duplex

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The car in front also caught fire.

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Fire in the front room.

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An attack from the front side.

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Crews pull siding away to get at the fire.

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District 1 crews working on the roof.

There were no injuries but a duplex fire on 107th street SW just south of the Everett city limits left four people needing assistance from the Red Cross today.

According to Leslie Hynes of Fire District 1 the fire was called in around 2:00 PM.

Responding crews reported seeing smoke as they approached.

City of Everett Fire crews provided mutual aid to District 1.

On arrival, firefighters found one half of the duplex along with a car in front fully involved.

There were people in both sides of the duplex at the time of the fire and all made it out safely.

District 1 firefighters were also able to reunite a cat with its owner.

Hynes says damage is estimated at $180,000.00.

The duplex fire started when oil heating in a pan on the stovetop ignited

Here’s a few MyEverettNews.com photos from the fire.

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July 27, 2016

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PUD Contractor Hiring Meter Readers In Everett

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Hiring of contract meter readers for the Snohomish PUD is going on right now.

After the huge controversy over the Snohomish PUD switching to monthly billing, but only sending out meter readers every other month, the Snohomish PUD said it would hire more meter readers. That process appears to be under way. A MyEverettNews.com reader sent us the following job posting found on Craigslist.

National Company Now Hiring Meter Readers for local utility.
Prior meter reading experience helpful but not required. Work in all types of weather with walking up to 10 miles per day required. Responsibilities include collecting Manual meter readings in a handheld computer unit. Extensive driving throughout Everett and surrounding areas with strict deadlines for completing meter reading routes. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid driver’s license. A good driving record and acceptable criminal history background is required. Thorough MVR and criminal history backgrounds are conducted on selected candidates. Must be able to pass pre-employment drug screen and Pre-placement physical required. No experience necessary. Will train.
Wages: $16.00/hr classroom and field training, $18.00/hr after first 30 days in field Interested individuals please visit “www.tru-check.com” and select “employment” to fill out an online interest form. Tru-Check Metering Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

According to the PUD web page devoted to the meter reading situation they expect their contractor to hire 36 people.


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July 27, 2016

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Forget Toasters, Everett Bank Opens With Free Ice Cream

In the old days banks used to give away free toasters when you opened an account at a new branch. Well those days are long gone but tomorrow Peoples Bank is giving way free ice cream sundaes as a way to get you into their new branch in downtown Everett. It’s at the corner of […]

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July 26, 2016

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Everett To Update Noise Control Ordinance

It was back in 1978 when the City of Everett created a noise control ordinance. 38 years later the city council will get a look at updated rules, regulations and definitions. Updates include the process to get a variance, clarify the role of the noise control administrator, code enforcement and the authority of police officers […]

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