Archive | July, 2018

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Final Sound Testing At Naval Station Everett

July 31, 2018

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Over the last couple of weeks people have called 911 reporting strange and disturbing announcements from Naval Station Everett. The noise has come from a project we first told you about back on June 25th to replace the outdoor sound system. Well here’s one more heads-up from Naval Station Everett regarding final sound testing on […]

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Badges For Baseball Marks 8th Year In Everett

July 31, 2018

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The first Badges for Baseball event happened at Kasch Park in August of 2011 after Everett Police Officer Mark Carter along with Ed Gay and Charlie Cobb from the Boys and Girls Club of Snohomish County worked with the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation to bring Badges for Baseball to Everett. Since that time more than […]

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Neighbors In Everett’s Port Gardner Neighborhood Pushing Back On Metro Everett

July 30, 2018

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Expect a full house at the first Everett City Council public hearing on the Metro Everett plan Wednesday night. The third item on this week’s council agenda is: (3) Public Hearing on Historic Overlays and Metro Everett Plan and Development Regulations. Residents who live in the Norton-Grand historic overlay have expressed concerns to both the […]

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Everett Mayor Asking Businesses To Give Discounts To Boeing Workers

July 30, 2018

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Received a press release here today (on the second to last day of July) from Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin proclaiming July as Aerospace Appreciation Month. In the release the Mayor highlights the Boeing Company and encourages businesses to show their appreciation through the “We Love Boeing” campaign. Everett businesses, restaurants and pubs are encouraged to […]

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City Council To Appoint Pro And Con Ballot Committees For Districting Vote

July 29, 2018

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On Wednesday the Everett City Council will select people tasked with writing the pro and con statements for the local voter’s guide with regards to the city council districts proposal on the November ballot. The council is to appoint up to three members for the following committees: A Pro committee for Proposition #1 to write […]

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Everett Police Homicide Investigation At 5100 Block Evergreen Way

July 28, 2018

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Editor’s Update Monday July 30th 7:30 PM: Everett Police spokesman Aaron Snell tells MyEverettNews.com the investigation is ongoing but had no new information to provide. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner provided the following late this afternoon. SCMEO completed the exam & confirmed the ID of Charles K. Wall, Jr., 47, of Everett, WA, who was […]

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