Archive | September, 2017

Retired Everett Fire Marshal “Un-Retires” Until After Mayor’s Race

September 27, 2017

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Leroy McNulty came out of retirement to be the Everett Fire Marshal in February of this year. He was hired by then Everett Fire Chief Eric Hicks. After four months on the job, Hicks resigned and became Chief of a Fire District in King County. On May 30th Timothy Key was appointed interim Everett Fire […]

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Separate Stabbings Near Airport and Hwy 99 Keep SCSO Busy

September 26, 2017

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Been a scary night for people in the area around Highway 99 and Airport Road in south Everett. There were two separate stabbings. One near a condo and another on a bus. Here is what Snohomish County Sheriff spokesperson Shari Ireton just put out 9:04 PM… Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office deputies are investigating what are […]

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Man In Critical Condition After Kick In The Head At 36th and Smith Street

September 26, 2017

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A 41-year-old man has been arrested for investigation of 1st degree assault after another man was found on a mattress with severe head injuries in the 3600 block of Smith street Monday night. According to Sgt. Maryjane Hacker with Everett Police, aid crews and police were called to a man down on a mattress in […]

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Everett’s Lawsuit Against Big Pharma Moving Forward

September 26, 2017

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A judge’s ruling Monday was a mixed bag for the City of Everett in its lawsuit against Purdue Pharma for causing harm to the city. Earlier this year the City of Everett sued Purdue saying it was liable for illegal drug trafficking of OxyContin by gang members and the “heroin crisis in Everett.” The City […]

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As 3-Alarm Fire Burned, Everett’s Newest Ladder Truck Was In The Reject Bin

September 26, 2017

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While it should have been on the scene on Broadway last night the newest ladder truck for the Everett Fire Department sits back at its manufacturer. Last year the Everett City Council authorized the purchase of a new ladder truck to replace one of the two aging ladder trucks currently in use. Back in August […]

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Broadway Fire Update

September 26, 2017

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Editor’s Update 11:10 AM: Assistant Everett Fire Marshal Steve Goforth says the initial damage estimate is $1.5 million dollars. Fire is still burning in some of the collapsed areas. An investigator with ATF has joined investigators from Everett Fire and Police. That is standard procedure when damage tops $1 million dollars. Everett Fire says they […]

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