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Everett’s 3rd Recreational Marijuana Store Now Open For Business

December 18, 2014

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Late yesterday afternoon Purple Haze received its business license from the City of Everett and officially opened its doors. It’s the third of five recreational marijuana stores allowed to operate within the city limits of Everett under I-502. The opening of the city’s 3rd retail location was much more controversial than the first two. Neighbors […]

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Everett Turns On Cameras In Preparation For Broadway Bridge Closure

December 15, 2014

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There’s no way around it. When the City of Everett closes Broadway between Hewitt and California to replace the aging bridge over the railroad tracks traffic will become an issue. One way to help mitigate that is to give drivers in Everett as much information as possible. The City of Everett is making real-time camera […]

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New Everett Logo A Very Close Match To National Financial Company

December 9, 2014

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UPDATE: 9:45PM…Erik Lacitis at our news partner, The Seattle Times has made contact with both the artist who submitted the winning design and Envestnet for their reaction. You can see his story and their statements here. UPDATE: 4:00PM…Received the following update from Meghan Pembroke at the City of Everett… We’re in contact with the designer […]

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25th Anniversary Celebration For South Everett Library On Wednesday

December 8, 2014

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The City of Everett will celebrate the 25th year of operations for the south Everett Library branch this Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know… We are pulling out all the stops to celebrate the library’s birthday. Marvel at our stilt-walking one-man band, decorate your own cupcake, bash a piñata, work on crafts, play Bananagrams, […]

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Congressman Larsen Lends A Hand At Everett Transit Stuff-A-Bus Event

December 6, 2014

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Congressman Rick Larsen spent some time today outside the Silver Lake Fred Meyer store in south Everett encouraging people to help stuff an Everett Transit bus with new toys and non-perishable food for Volunteers of America. The annual toy and food drive has been going on for years in Everett’s Silver neighborhood with the help […]

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Here’s The New Logo For The City Of Everett, Washington

December 3, 2014

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City of Everett Communication Director Meghan Pembroke and Cultural Arts Manager Carol Thomas tonight revealed to the Everett City Council the city’s new logo. Here were some of the terms used to describe the new logo during their presentation… Creative, artistic but businesslike, not a tourism logo but designed to represent Everett as a municipal […]

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City of Everett Demolishing Some Bikini Coffee Stands

December 3, 2014

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Citing the fact that it would cost too much to move the stands and re-sell them at auction, the City of Everett today began demolishing a pair of the coffee stands it acquired after an investigation into illegal acts at five bikini stands. The stands that are being torn down are in the 12500 block […]

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