Archive | July, 2015

Everett Firefighters Support Local Businesses

July 28, 2015

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Saw this picture on the Everett Fire Department Facebook page and just had to pass it along.

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Everett Little League Team Advances In Arizona

July 28, 2015

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Editor’s Update Wednesday July 29th 11:30AM: Sadly the team fell to Hawaii this morning by a score of 9-3. Thank you for being great ambassadors for Everett. Last night the Everett Longshoremen little league team beat northern California to advance to the final game of the West Regional Tournament. If they beat Hawaii tonight they […]

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Everett Police Bring 3.5 Hour Domestic Violence Incident To Peaceful End

July 27, 2015

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Using patience, tactics and communication, Everett Police brought a domestic violence situation to a peaceful end Monday night. About 7:30PM officers were called to an apartment in the 2600 block of Rockefeller Avenue. A woman reported to police that she had been assaulted and was now locked out of her apartment but her two month […]

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Everett Activates Stage 1 of Drought Response Plan

July 27, 2015

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The cities of Everett, Tacoma and Seattle today all announced plans to activate their water shortage response plans. For the City of Everett that means activation of Stage 1 of the city’s Drought Response Plan as a proactive measure. Everett’s water outlook is fair. Calculations show that Everett has adequate water to supply Snohomish County […]

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Yet Another Shooting In Everett, WA

July 26, 2015

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Editor’s Update 11:30AM: The victim was transferred from Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett to Harborview Hospital in Seattle. He’s reported to be an 18 year old man and has life-threatening injuries. No suspects have been arrested in regards to the shooting and detectives are working the case. It’s the third time this month that […]

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Pipe Burst Causes Minor Flood Near 26th and Rucker in Downtown Everett

July 25, 2015

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No major damage but a bit of a clean up project ahead after a water pipe burst in front of a house in the 2500 block of Rucker Saturday morning. Crews from Everett Public Works were quickly on the scene shutting off water and preventing more major flood damage. Here are a few photos from […]

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