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September 21, 2017

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Subscription Service Starting

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October 19, 2017

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Welcome To Election Day In Everett

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Remember the old saying, If you didn’t vote you can’t complain…

Okay, officially Election Day is Tuesday November 7th but you can start voting today. Last night the local election guides and ballots went out in the mail. If you’d rather vote in person or need assistance there are Accessible Voting Units available in the Auditor’s Office in downtown Everett.

In Everett all of the offices are nonpartisan. Here are your choices.

MAYOR
Judy Tuohy
Cassie Franklin
Gary Watts – write in candidate. Paid filing fee but name does not appear on ballot

EVERETT CITY COUNCIL POSITION 1
Paul Roberts
Leland “Lee” Dart

EVERETT CITY COUNCIL POSITION 2

Jeff Moore
Alex Lark
EVERETT CITY COUNCIL POSITION 3
Scott D. Murphy
Jennifer A. Hesse
EVERETT SCHOOL DISTRICT 2 – DIRECTOR-AT-LARGE DISTRICT 5
Pam LeSesne
Janelle Nixon-Burke

There is a single position for Port of Everett Commissioner and two positions for Everett Municipal Court Judge that are unopposed.

Here’s more from the Snohomish County Auditor as Election Day begins…

Ballots for the November 7 General Election have been mailed to all eligible voters. Voters who have not received a ballot by Wednesday, October 25 should contact Snohomish County Elections at 425-388-3444.

Return your ballot as soon as practical through a ballot drop box, a mobile ballot drop box van, or the mail. If mailing, use a stamp and make sure your ballot will be postmarked by Election Day, November 7.

You should have already received a State Voters’ Pamphlet providing information on state advisory measures. Local Voters’ Pamphlets were mailed to each household on November 18. Both pamphlets are available online at snoco.org/elections.

Accessible voting units are available now at the Auditor’s office Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. The Auditor’s office is located on the 1st floor of the Admin West building at 3000 Rockefeller Ave in Everett.

Not registered in Washington? It’s not too late to register and vote in the November 7 General Election. You may register in person at the Auditor’s office through Monday, October 30.

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October 18, 2017

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Everett Storm Updates For Wednesday

We’ll list what updates we receive here for today’s wind and rain event. The number to report power outages to the PUD is 425-783-1001. The non-emergency number for Everett Police and Fire is 425-407-3999.

1:54PM – 1800 people out of power in central Everett per PUD.

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October 18, 2017

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New Snohomish PUD Outage Map Now Available

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The new map is now available anytime day or night.

It used to be the Snohomish PUD put up their outage map only for major storm events like the one expected later today.

Now the new map is up and you can check it anytime to see where there may be a power outage.

This is especially helpful for people who have relatives to check on.

Click here to visit the map.

A reminder: Stay at least 30 feet away from all fallen power lines and assume they are live and dangerous. Report power outages and fallen power lines to 425-783-1001. Only if life-threatening, call 911.


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October 18, 2017

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Everett Police Tip-A-Cop For Special Olympics This Saturday At Red Robin

Saturday brings a chance to get a great burger and show some support for Special Olympics athletes in Snohomish County and across the State of Washington. Join Everett Police for lunch or dinner at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers at 1305 S. E. Everett Mall Way from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM and 5:00 PM – […]

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October 17, 2017

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Bookend Coffee Closing At Everett Main Library

Saying she’s needing a change, Jenny Schmidt announced today that Bookend Coffee Co. inside the main branch of the Everett Public Library will be closing at the end of the month. Bookend is considered a boutique PNW craft coffee and tea house utilizing local artisan roasters, Velton’s Coffee based in Everett and Camber Coffee out […]

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October 17, 2017

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Storm Bringing Power Outages To Everett

Tuesday 6:35 AM: Just had our first power outage of the week here in central Everett. Snohomish PUD reporting 1860 homes in the Pinehurst neighborhood are affected. A few reminders. The number to report power outages to the PUD is 425-783-1001. Do not call 911 to report power out. The PUD has a major storm […]

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