Archive | November, 2017

Everett Graduates First Ever All Spanish Speaking Only CERT Class In Washington State

November 17, 2017

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Twice a year Everett’s Department of Emergency Management holds a CERT training. CERT is short for Community Emergency Response Team. Interested members of the community are invited to participate in 8 weeks of classes learning about how Everett responds to emergencies such as earthquakes, storms or other events that can cause widespread destruction in the […]

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Everett Mayor-Elect Franklin Issues First Statement

November 16, 2017

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Today Cassie Franklin issued a statement on her Facebook Election Page… Thank you to the citizens of Everett who voted in this historic election. I am humbled and deeply honored to have been elected as our city’s next Mayor. Two women vied to be the first woman to be elected Mayor of Everett in our […]

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Free Santa Photos Saturday In Everett

November 16, 2017

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In what is rapidly becoming an annual tradition MyEverettNews.com sponsor Rick Merrill will be transforming the “Little Blue House” on Colby into Santa’s photo studio. This Saturday from 10:00 AM until Noon people can get a free photo taken with “Santa”. Here’s what you need to know. Come tell Santa Your Christmas Wish… There is […]

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Big Recognition For Everett-Based Bridgeways

November 16, 2017

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Earlier this year we told you about Bridgeways, a manufacturing facility that helps those with mental health issues and disabilities find meaningful employment. Recently Bridgeways was honored by the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues & Employment (GCDE) and the Washington State Business Leadership Network recognized Bridgeways at the 25th Annual Governor’s Employer Awards ceremony, held October […]

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Cassie Franklin Wins Everett Mayor’s Seat

November 15, 2017

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While the election won’t be certified until November 28th, today’s results left no doubt that Cassie Franklin will be the next Mayor of Everett. With a 198 vote separation the few remaining uncounted ballots are not enough to bring Judy Tuohy to a mandatory recount and tonight she reportedly called Cassie Franklin and conceded. As […]

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Committee Of 9 May Decide Everett City Council District Ballot Measure

November 15, 2017

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It likely won’t be the only City Council District measure on next fall’s ballot but it looks like the City of Everett proposal will come from a committee of nine. Seven people each hand selected by a current City Council member, one member chosen by the Mayor and the ninth chosen by the other eight […]

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