Archive | September, 2018

Siblings Sculpture Becomes Focal Point Of South Arboretum Area At Legion Park

September 27, 2018

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Word in from the Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens on the latest donation of outstanding artwork in Everett, Washington. On September 26th, at a meeting of the Everett City Council, Mayor Cassie Franklin announced the city’s acceptance of ‘Siblings’, a stainless steel sculpture created by Marysville artist James Madison and donated by the Evergreen Arboretum. The […]

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State DOT Gives Up On Remaining Re-Paving Of Trestle Into Everett

September 27, 2018

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Word in today from Washington DOT that they have given up trying to finish re-paving the westbound Hewitt Avenue Trestle into Everett until sometime next year. Final weekend closures for US 2 paving in Snohomish County shelved until spring 2019 Drier weather needed to repave trestle from Snohomish River to I-5 EVERETT – Thanks to […]

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Arrest Made In Fatal Hit And Run On 19th SE

September 26, 2018

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Bail has been set at $50,000.00 for a man arrested last night and suspected in a fatal hit and run earlier this month on 19th Avenue SE in the Eastmont neighborhood of south Everett. At about 8 PM on September 8th, 59-year-old Tracy A Gjernes was crossing the street in the 9700 block of 19th […]

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Everett Firefighters Free 2 Trapped Drivers As Crash Closes Evergreen At Evening Commute

September 26, 2018

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Three Engine Companies, Two Medic Units, The Technical Rescue Rig and a Battalion Chief all worked together to free two drivers after a crash shut down all lanes of Evergreen Way for about an hour Wednesday evening. It happened shortly after 6 PM when two cars crashed in the 7100 block. The impact was so […]

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Snohomish PUD Hits 350,000 Customer Mark

September 26, 2018

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The Snohomish PUD announced today they’ve hit the 350,000 customer mark. They also provided a few more numbers… Snohomish County PUD this month surpassed 350,000 customer accounts, up by about 35,000 from 10 years ago. Despite strong area growth – Snohomish County ranks among the fastest growing counties in the state – total energy usage […]

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Everett Paraeducators Plan To Picket School Board Meeting

September 25, 2018

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If you see picketers outside of the Everett School District headquarters this afternoon those aren’t teachers they are paraeducators. Yesterday the Everett paraeducators union decided to hold information picketing and speak at the Everett School Board meeting tonight. The union is asking the School District to open up their contract for bargaining over salaries after […]

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