Archive | November, 2020

One Injured In Central Everett House Fire

November 30, 2020

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One person was injured Monday night in a house fire east of College Avenue in central Everett. Firefighters were called to the home after flames broke out around 8 PM. The flames spread from an area outside of the house into the structure. While the two people there were able to get out one person […]

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Everett, Washington Mayor Cassie Franklin Formally Announces Re-election Bid

November 30, 2020

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She’s been raising money and accepting donations for months and today Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin issued a formal announcement of her intention to run for another 4-year-term. Here’s the announcement. Mayor Cassie Franklin is seeking re-election to the office Everett voters chose her for in 2017. Franklin is the first woman elected to Everett’s highest […]

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Botched Robbery Ends With One Of Two Suspects Stuck On Roof Along Evergreen Way

November 29, 2020

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Motorists navigated through a strange sight as they drove southbound in the 5100 block of Evergreen Way Sunday afternoon. Everett Police are still sorting out all of the details but what we know so far is around a quarter to five two men allegedly tried to rob a store in the 5100 block of Evergreen […]

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Wintertide Lights Debut Tuesday At Evergreen Arboretum At Everett’s Legion Park

November 29, 2020

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If you’re looking to enjoy some Holiday lights and a nice walk, here’s an opportunity. Beginning Tuesday you are invited to experience Wintertide Lights at the Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens at Legion Park in Everett, Washington. Here’s more from Renee Greenleaf. Walking outside is one pleasure left as Covid restrictions increase in the state. The […]

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Support Sno Co Website Now Live To Aid Local Business Owners

November 28, 2020

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There’s a new website for those who want to get ideas on where to shop locally this Holiday season. Snohomish County has announced the launch of Support SnoCo to boost the economic health of local businesses. This program is one of the recommendations from the Snohomish County Economic and Workforce Recovery Task Force and is being funded […]

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Time To Think About Flooding (Yes, Even In Everett)

November 27, 2020

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With the forecast calling for this to be a La Niña year, meaning a wetter than normal winter (and given the way 2020 has gone so far), it may be a good idea to check if you are in a flood area within Everett, Washington. In addition to parts of the Snohomish River valley, urban […]

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