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City of Everett Tells Campers Along Snohomish River They Must Leave, Offers Help

May 21, 2015

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“Today let’s not use the word can’t,” said Everett Police Captain John DeRousse. “Can’t is not an option.” He was addressing a briefing of police officers and social workers as they set out to contact people living in camps along the Snohomish River east of 41st street and north of I-5. The area is being […]

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DSHS and EvCC Workers in Everett, WA Picket Over Wages

May 20, 2015

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If you drove down Broadway past Everett Community College and saw people with picket signs and wondered what was going on, we have your answer. During their lunch break today workers from the State DSHS offices at 840 North Broadway and Everett Community College held an informational picketing session outside of their offices and stretching […]

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Everett Marijuana Retailer Purple Haze Busted For Selling Pot To A Minor

May 20, 2015

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The Washington State Liquor Control Board issued a press release today announcing results of its first compliance checks of recreational pot stores. One store in Everett, Purple Haze at 4218 Rucker, was listed among four out of twenty-two that failed the compliance check by selling pot to a minor. Another store listed in Everett, Green […]

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Everett CERT Team Graduates Newest Class

May 16, 2015

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There are now 17 more members of the CERT team serving their neighbors in the City of Everett. CERT is short for Community Emergency Response Team and Thursday night Everett’s latest class went through their final exam involving a simulated earthquake. CERT members had to learn to form teams, make a plan and then complete […]

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3 of 4 Everett City Council Races Contested

May 16, 2015

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Editor’s Update 12:00PM: Just received the following email update from Megan Dunn… I am writing with a heavy heart. Three weeks ago our home was flooded by a city sewer main back up and the damage is catastrophic. The flood has left my family unexpectedly displaced and living in a hotel. It’s not possible to […]

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Everett Mayor And City Council Members To Receive Raises In 2016 and 2017

May 14, 2015

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The Everett Citizen’s Salary Commission has finished its work and set the salary schedules for elected officials for the City of Everett for 2016 and 2017. The commission meets every two years to determine salaries. There were two public hearings held by the commission during its sessions in April and not a single citizen spoke […]

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Retirements Leave Everett Police Struggling To Maintain Staffing Levels

May 14, 2015

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“Retirements accelerated quicker than we expected,” said Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson after he pinned badges on Everett’s two newest police officers at last night’s Everett City Council meeting. Alex Evanson and Travis Taylor both recently graduated from the Washington State Police Academy after being hired last August. Both are also military veterans. Those two officers […]

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Access To Everett’s Howarth Park Beach Closed Until 2016

May 13, 2015

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Editor’s Update 8:00PM: At tonight’s Everett City Council meeting Parks Director Paul Kaftanski told the council that crews spent today putting up signage and tomorrow both ends of the bridge would be boarded up and the lower parking lots locked. He also told the council that Everett Park Rangers would be having emphasis patrols at […]

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Sinkhole Creating Grief For Everett Animal Shelter, Riverfront Park

May 12, 2015

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Early this morning Everett Police were called to a report of a sinkhole on the road that leads to the Everett Animal Shelter, Langus Riverfront Park and boat launch on the Snohomish River. Here’s the initial report now that Everett Public Works has had time to assess the situation. Everett Public Works crews have temporarily […]

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Everett PUD Customers Moving To Monthly Billing

May 12, 2015

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Snohomish PUD used social media this morning to announce it will be moving to a monthly billing system for customers in Everett and Snohomish County this fall. Currently residential customers receive a bill every other month. Here’s an explanation of some of the reasons behind the change: Monthly billing is standard for most utilities, in […]

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Larsen Announces Replacement Destroyers For Naval Station Everett

April 30, 2015

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Just got the following press release from Congressman Rick Larsen’s office regarding 3 destroyers coming to Naval Station Everett next year to replace recently retired frigates… The Navy is upholding its commitment to Naval Station Everett as it announces the three destroyers that will be homeported there, Rep. Rick Larsen, WA-02,  and Senator Patty Murray […]

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Help Plan The Future Of Everett’s Parks

April 29, 2015

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The Everett Parks and Recreation Department is asking both adults and kids to take a survey about Everett Parks. The survey will be used to plan for the future. Those who take the survey will be entered into a drawing for a $250 Everett Mall Gift Card. Here’s more information and a link to the […]

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