Archive | July, 2012

Everett’s Night Out Against Crime Spreads Out to 20 Locations Around the City

July 31, 2012

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Again this year the City of Everett is spreading out the annual Night Out Against Crime program across the entire city. Here’s the details… Join neighbors Tuesday Aug. 7 at your National Night Out Against Crime event to let criminals know that crime isn’t tolerated in Everett. National Night Out began 29 years ago when […]

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Need a Job? City of Everett Lists More Than a Dozen Different Open Positions

July 30, 2012

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If you’re looking for a job you may want to consider working for the city of Everett. Currently there are more than a dozen different positions listed on the city’s employment page. It’s the largest number of full-time openings listed so far this year. Positions advertised include entry-level and experienced police officers, library pages, firefighters, […]

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United Way Seeks Days of Caring Projects in Everett

July 29, 2012

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Know of a non-profit group in Everett that could use a little help? The United Way of Snohomish County is asking local agencies and non-profits to post projects that people can volunteer to help with during the annual Days of Caring event set for September 21st and 22nd. In Everett, Page Ahead, Full Life Care, […]

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Everett City Council to Define Role, Remove Punishment of Members for Violating Rules

July 28, 2012

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The Everett City Council is set to make some changes to the way it does business. This Wednesday the Council will consider updates to how the public can comment, the way meetings are handled and they are looking to remove the provision in their charter which allows the chairperson to silence a council member who […]

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20th Annual Nubian Jam Set for Everett’s Forest Park Saturday

July 27, 2012

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What started 20 years ago as a small gathering, has grown into an all day event as Everett’s Forest Park will again play host to Nubian Jam on Saturday. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the event which is put on by the Snohomish County Black Heritage Committee. Therese Quinn is one of the […]

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Registration Already Full at Badges for Baseball 2012

July 26, 2012

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Last year we told you about Badges for Baseball where Everett Police, the Boys and Girls Clubs and the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation team together to teach kids important life lessons along with a healthy dose of baseball. That program is back again this year with over 200 kids participating. It begins next Tuesday and […]

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Workers at Kimberly-Clark Cause Power Outage in Downtown Everett

July 25, 2012

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Much of the downtown Everett core went dark this afternoon after demolition crews working at the Kimberly-Clark site accidentally caused a power outage. Neil Neuroutsos from the Snohomish PUD said a fuse or breaker was tripped and that left a swath of downtown Everett from the waterfront to around Rockefeller street in the dark. There were no […]

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