Archive | January, 2018

Free Public Naloxone Nasal Spray Training Wednesday At Downtown Everett Library

January 30, 2018

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Word in from Everett Public Library on a special program tomorrow night. Community members are invited to join Amy Austin, opioid outreach specialist with Snohomish County Human Services, in learning how to administer naloxone, also known as Narcan, a nasal spray that can block the effects of an opioid overdose. This free training will also include information about […]

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2-Year-Old Twins Pulled From Burning Everett Apartment

January 29, 2018

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2-year-old twins were taken to Harborview Medical Center after a three-alarm fire at the Olin Fields Apartments in south Everett this afternoon. According to assistant Everett Fire Marshal Steve Goforth, around 1 PM a State Fire Marshal happened to be in the area of the apartments at 10115 Holly Drive when he saw a large […]

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Gate Closures At Naval Station Everett Tuesday

January 29, 2018

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Another training exercise happening at Naval Station Everett this week. It involves gate closures and simulated gunfire so we’re passing along information released by the base. EVERETT, Wash. – Naval Station Everett will participate in Exercise Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield 2018 (SC-CS18) Jan. 29 – Feb. 9. The annual anti-terrorism/force protection exercise will be conducted on […]

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Everett PD Back At Two Embedded Social Workers

January 28, 2018

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For a long time in 2017 the Everett Police were down to one embedded social worker on their Community Outreach and Enforcement Team (COET). The team started in 2015 with the goal of balancing social outreach and relationship building with criminal enforcement when necessary. Here is an announcement from the city on the newest member […]

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4th Directive This Month From Everett Mayor Franklin Puts Focus On Street Issues

January 27, 2018

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Homelessness, addiction and mental illness are the top three items in Mayor Cassie Franklin’s fourth Mayoral Directive issued since taking office at the first of the month. In addition to increasing housing and shelter options, the directive’s initiatives include a focus on streamlining access to medication-assisted treatment for those on streets, developing partnerships to expand […]

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Everett Mayor’s 3rd Directive To Focus On Inclusion

January 27, 2018

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During her “State of the City” address last week one of the things Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin said was… “I also believe that our City workforce must reflect the population we serve. Everett is increasingly diverse. In the Everett School District, 88 languages are now spoken in students’ homes, and 13 percent of students are […]

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