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Forget Toasters, Everett Bank Opens With Free Ice Cream

July 27, 2016

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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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Everett Lock Shop Celebrates 45 Years

July 6, 2016

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It started out in 1971 as Don Keys, a little lock shop in a custom building in the B & M shopping center by a southern California transplant to Everett named Don Thackeray. Soon, Gary Topp and his wife Dori took over the little lock shop from Thackeray, moved it a block south and made […]

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1st of 4 Replacement Destroyers Coming to Everett Next Week

June 30, 2016

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As the Navy decommissioned former frigates over the last 18 months the docks at Naval Station Everett have looked a bit empty. That will start to change next week as the USS Gridley arrives in port. Here’s an update from the base. You can learn more about the Gridley from their Facebook page here. USS […]

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PUD Monthly Meter Reading Update

June 23, 2016

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Today the Snohomish PUD posted the latest update to the change to monthly meter reading. The PUD says it will cost 11.5 million dollars over three years. Here’s the scoop… Snohomish County PUD continues to make progress on its project to read every customer meter each month, and is on schedule to implement the change […]

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Businesswoman Brings Chevy Back To Everett

June 18, 2016

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A successful Puyallup businesswoman with 22 years in the car business is the driving force behind the return of new Chevrolets to Everett, Washington. Shannon Harnish-Cook has spent the past several years working to make Chevrolet of Everett a reality. First there was Sevenich Chevrolet on Rucker in downtown Everett. Later, Pignataro and Harrington operated […]

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How Does A Poor Everett See The Future?

May 19, 2016

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Right now it is a poor Everett compared to other cities in the Puget Sound. Budget wise things are okay for the rest of this year and next but deficits re-enter the picture in 2018 and beyond. The City of Everett is in the process of looking at priorities for the future including emergency services, […]

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