Archive | April, 2017

City of Everett Creating Evergreen Way Stakeholders Group

April 26, 2017

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In the wake of complaints over the plans to put a low barrier housing facility near Pecks and Evergreen Way the City of Everett said it was going to form an “Evergreen Way Stakeholders Group”. While Evergreen Way runs from about 44th to the south city limits this group will focus on the area between […]

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Letter Carries Food Drive Coming Up Soon

April 26, 2017

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While shopping over the next few weeks, be sure to pick up something extra if you are able. The annual letter carriers food drive is marking its 25th year. Here’s a bit of the history of the food drive and ways you can help. The 25th annual Letter Carriers Food Drive will be collecting food […]

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Reports Of Bear Spotted In Lowell

April 25, 2017

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Editor’s Update 8:00 PM: We received the following from Everett Police Spokesperson Maryjane Hacker regarding the bear sighting in Everett… There were three individual sightings of a black bear near Lowell St. and 52nd St. area starting at around 8:30 AM. It was seen crossing streets and walking through yards. It was not seen getting […]

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Casino Road Soccer Camp And Badges For Baseball-Softball Sign Up Dates

April 25, 2017

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The Everett Police Department and Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish are taking signups for two of the most popular summer programs for kids in Everett. The Everett Police Department, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County, Molina Healthcare and the Consulate of Mexico in Seattle are proud to host the 9th annual Casino […]

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Neither Rain Nor Fire Keep SnoPac Dispatchers From Their Duties

April 24, 2017

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It’s been an interesting time for the folks who work at the SnoPac-911 center on Everett Mall Way in south Everett. For quite some time they have had a roofing project going on over their heads. Last night after heavy rains a good sized leak made it into the building. This morning, the roofing crew […]

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With 106 Portables At 26 Schools How Should Everett Grow?

April 24, 2017

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The Everett School District is holding a series of open discussions regarding how it should handle future growth. The first discussion will be held this Wednesday April 26th at Evergreen Middle School. The district says great things are happening each day but there are also some critical challenges. One big challenge is consistent enrollment growth […]

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