Archive | August, 2013

Thursday’s Flooding May Lead More to Sign Up For Everett Fire CERT Course

August 31, 2013

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With more than 30 homes affected and 1st responders buried in 9-1-1 calls, Thursday’s downpour is a good reminder that in an emergency we may have to depend on neighbors more than city authorities. If you’re not prepared to help your own family and neighborhood you may want to consider taking an upcoming CERT class […]

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Everett Reveals Sewer Damage From Thursday’s Rainstorm – Weekend Updates

August 30, 2013

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UPDATE Sunday Sept. 1st. The City of Everett says Howarth Park and Pigeon Creek park remain closed. More tests will be done on Labor Day UPDATE: Saturday Aug 31st 4:00pm – The City of Everett announced this afternoon water quality sample results show that water has returned to normal background levels at Langus Park, Rotary […]

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Water Causing Some Urban Flooding in Everett

August 29, 2013

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A deluge right at rush hour left storm drains overwhelmed and caused urban flooding in many parts of Everett. Busses had a tough time at Everett station while Everett authorities asked drivers to avoid West Marine View Drive between Everett Avenue and Naval Station Everett due to flooding. Several calls for flooded basements and other […]

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Roll Over Box Truck Blocks SB I-5 Before Everett Mall – 1:30pm Update – All Lanes Open

August 29, 2013

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You may want to get off I-5 at 41st and take Evergreen or Broadway. WSP Trooper Mark Francis says it is non-injury. Editor’s Update: Traffic was backed up to Pacific but as of 1:35pm all lanes are again open.

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Everett Considering Bond Measure to Add a 6th High School

August 29, 2013

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There are currently five high schools serving the Everett School District. Everett High, Cascade High, Jackson High, Sequoia High and Online High School, a virtual high school that operates out of Sequoia. Today the Everett School District sent out a notice that high school enrollment in Everett Public Schools is expected to grow by about […]

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Hey Everett, How Affordable is Your Rent?

August 28, 2013

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Our news partner, The Seattle Times, did a weekend story on rising rents and how that was affecting people living and working in Seattle. They’d like to hear from folks in Everett as well on the cost of renting in Everett. If you’d like to help contribute, click this link to reach their map. Then […]

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