Archive | May, 2021

Machines Take “Bites” Out Of Former YMCA Annex In Downtown Everett

May 9, 2021

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Spent some time this Saturday and Sunday watching two huge machines take “bites” out of the former YMCA Annex which is being torn down to make way for apartments in downtown Everett, Washington. Here are way too many photos. Click to enlarge.

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Silvertips Skate To Victory Over Thunderbirds In Final Game Of WHL Season

May 9, 2021

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The Everett Silvertips ended the year as U.S. Division Champions with a win over the Seattle Thunderbirds Saturday night. Here’s the recap on the final game of the season. Dustin Wolf made 29 saves in his 149th career WHL appearance while Gage Goncalves had three assists to close his third season to help the Everett […]

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28th Season For Everett Farmers Market Kicks Off Sunday

May 8, 2021

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According to the folks at the Everett Farmers Market this will be their 28th season. Again this year the Market will be spread out along Wetmore Avenue in downtown Everett, Washington between Pacific and Hewitt. The market is set to run every Sunday through October 31st. Some tips for you if plan on attending. Hours […]

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Tulalip Tribes Award Grant To Everett Fire Department For Drones

May 8, 2021

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Word in from Everett Fire on the receipt of a grant of $47,393.00 from the Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions Fund that will allow the Department to purchase two drones to be used in emergency operations. Here’s a brief about the award. This past week, Mayor Cassie Franklin, Chief Dave DeMarco, and Assistant Chief Rich Llewellyn […]

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Confessed Murderer Of Everett Firefighter Fails To Show For Sentencing

May 7, 2021

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Editor’s Update Saturday 12:25 PM: Officers with the Snohomish County Violent Offender Taskforce spent all night tracking Nash down and took him into custody at 10 Am this morning. He has been booked into the Snohomish County Jail and his sentencing hearing is set for Thursday May 13th. On March 25th 47-year-old Elmer Nash Junior […]

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Commercial Fire Damages Multiple Storage Units On Smith Avenue

May 7, 2021

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No injuries reported after a confirmed commercial fire at Storehouse Mini-storage in the 3800 block of Smith Avenue just east of I-5 in Everett. The fire was reported at 10:45 AM with calls of smoke coming out of units in the “B” building. Firefighters had to use cutting tools to open both the interior and […]

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