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Port of Everett Wants Kimberly-Clark Site, City of Everett Says Go For It

February 9, 2016

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Tonight Port of Everett Commissioners voted unanimously to move forward to acquire the property on the Everett waterfront where the Kimberly-Clark plant once stood. In December of 2011 Kimberly-Clark announced it planned on closing the plant in 2012 after talks with suitors to buy the plant that employed 750 workers failed. In February of 2012 […]

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75th Street Safeway in Everett, WA Now Hiring

February 5, 2016

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The 75th Street Safeway store in Everett, Washington that died, came back to life as a Haggen, was killed and is now being resurrected again as Safeway is getting closer to opening. An application has been filed with the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board to sell alcohol and there’s a sign out front that […]

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Ana’s Tacos and Burritos in Everett…Wagonless, But Not Gone

February 2, 2016

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For more than three years, Ana made tacos and burritos from a little red taco wagon outside of the Jackpot Gas Station at 43rd and Rucker in Everett. Last year the wagon went away but Ana wants Everett to know she’s still here. This single mother of four boys, ages 12, 11, 9 and 3 […]

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Everett Calls Emergency Marijuana Time Out

February 2, 2016

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At its Wednesday City Council meeting the City of Everett will hold a public hearing on prohibiting any more retail marijuana stores for up to a year. Everett, WA is treating this as an emergency and will hold the public hearing and all three readings of the ordinance together. Currently there are five recreational retail […]

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PUD Offers Billing Options After Complaints

January 30, 2016

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Recently you may have seen your PUD bill increase. Back in May Snohomish PUD announced it was going to monthly billing starting this fall. Now that we are into that process there’s been a lot of sticker shock. Even KIRO TV’s Jesse Jones this week did a segment on it. In response to questions and […]

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Everett’s Mountain Pacific Bank Adds Two VPs

January 29, 2016

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Mark Duffy from Everett’s home-grown Mountain Pacific Bank sent along news today about two new hires as things continue to look up in the Everett banking arena… Mountain Pacific Bank announced today that April Hogan has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Retail Banking Manager. Ms. Hogan will be responsible for all aspects of […]

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