Archive | November, 2017

Smash And Grab Pot Shop Burglars Strike Again

November 24, 2017

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Purple Haze, in the 4200 block of Rucker was the latest retail marijuana store in Everett to be hit by burglars who break out a door or window, enter, smash display cases and run back out before police can arrive. This morning Everett Police responded to an alarm shortly after 4:30 AM at the converted […]

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Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks For Your Support

November 23, 2017

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Thank you for reading and supporting MyEverettNews.com. With the recent introduction of our subscription model I want to thank the many people who have already signed up. Today’s story on the rescue in the Snohomish River is just one example of the news and photos you won’t find anywhere else. A one-year subscription of just […]

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Heroic Thanksgiving Day River Rescue By Everett Police And Fire

November 23, 2017

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A heroic rescue this morning by Everett Police and Firefighters in the Snohomish River. It all started about 3:30 AM when a man reportedly wanted for a misdemeanor warrant fled from Everett Police in a small boat between Dagmar’s Landing and Langus Riverfront Park on the Snohomish River. Officers attempted to locate the man but […]

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Everett Employee Salary Scale Released For 2018 With Raises For Most Staff

November 22, 2017

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The Everett City Council today got a look at the 2018 salary range and classification for City staff. Most employees will see a raise. Appointed employees are expected to receive a three percent increase. Union workers will be receiving raises based on their contract negotiated with the City. There are various contracts involving employees with […]

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Flooding Fears Close Rotary Park

November 22, 2017

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Concerns over flooding have led to the closure of Rotary Park and the Lowell Riverfront Trail. Rotary Park is closed due to minor flooding and high water conditions at the boat launch. Lowell Riverfront Trail closed this afternoon. Both Rotary Park and Lowell Riverfront Trail will remain closed through Thursday, November 23rd. The reopening of […]

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Everett School Board Votes To Put Bond And A Levy Issue On February Ballot

November 22, 2017

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Last night the Everett School Board voted to put a Capital Bond and a Replacement Levy on the ballot for voters in February. Here’s their rationale as posted on the district website. Why a February 13, 2018 Capital Bond? Three reasons: Growth Readiness Career Readiness Facilities Readiness Growth readiness: Everett Public Schools is the fastest growing […]

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