Archive | May 14th, 2015

Everett Teachers To Walk Out Next Friday

May 14, 2015

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Editor’s Update May 15th 10:00am: This morning on Twitter, the Everett School District explained how the May 22nd date was chosen for a walkout by Everett Teachers. The district did not “choose” May 22. In early spring the teacher’s union asked the district assessment office for a list of dates in April and May when […]

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6 Car Crash Ties Up 112th At Start of Afternoon Commute

May 14, 2015

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Just before 3:00pm Everett Police were notified of a multiple car crash in the 500 block of 112th street SE. The crash was a chain reaction involving a total of 6 cars all going east on 112th. When all was said and done 6 people were transported to Everett hospitals with non life-threatening injuries. Traffic […]

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Mukilteo Teacher Walkout to Impact Everett Families

May 14, 2015

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An important message for parents who live in Everett but have children attending Mukilteo schools. Today the Mukilteo School District announced teachers will hold a one-day walkout next Wednesday. All Mukilteo schools will be closed and the last day of school will now be moved from June 11th to June 12th. Here is the official […]

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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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