Archive | December, 2023

Still Time To Support Sharing Wheels In Everett, Washington

December 24, 2023

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Again this year Sharing Wheels met and exceeded their goal to refurbish over 100 bikes for kids this Holiday Season. Now they’re looking for a few more folks to help to meet their year-end fundraising campaign. If you are able, your gift is greatly appreciated. We met our goal of refurbishing 100+ kid bikes for […]

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Meet The Councilmember – Brenda Stonecipher

December 23, 2023

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Usually in this space we introduce you to a local business owner in Everett, Washington but today we’re going to change that up a bit and introduce you to one of the longest-serving members of the Everett City Council, Brenda Stonecipher. (She also owns a business, Stonecipher Consulting) On Wednesday Brenda Stonecipher presided over her […]

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Some Holiday Closures & Service Changes In Everett

December 22, 2023

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With Christmas Eve on Sunday and the Christmas Holiday on Monday, here are some closures and schedule changes we thought we’d pass along. If you have garbage and recycling in Everett from Rubatino they advise on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day trucks are not picking up and service will be one day late both […]

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Everett Police Announce Multiple Drug Arrests At Apartment Building In 3100 Block Of Lombard

December 21, 2023

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For months, residents in the 3100 block of Lombard near downtown Everett, Washington have been complaining of problems in their neighborhood. Calls to 911, reports to the See, Click, Fix website and even making direct pleas to the Everett City Council. This afternoon Everett Police announced multiple arrests for narcotics violations on social media. Here’s […]

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Solstice Luminary Walk At Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens Tonight At 6 PM – Legion Park North Everett

December 21, 2023

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Looks like the weather is going to cooperate for this event tonight. Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens will host a Solstice Luminary Walk on Thursday, December 21st, from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, with free luminary bags to carry, story time in the gazebo, plus our very own Peggy Kurz leading us in song. Peggy taught […]

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City Council Approves Option For Enhanced Sentencing For Repeat Offenders In Everett, Washington

December 20, 2023

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In a vote of 4 to 2 (Councilmember Vogeli was not present), the Everett City Council Wednesday night approved an ordinance that allows city prosecutors in Everett, Washington to ask a court to impose a mandatory sentence of 30 days upon conviction for the crimes of assault, harassment, use of a controlled substance in public, […]

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Port Of Everett To Ask Public To Vote On Expanded Boundary Covering All Of Snohomish County

December 20, 2023

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The Port of Everett. Washington is looking to expand well beyond Everett and this Fall will go to voters for approval. Here’s more from a press release out this morning. In a historic action, the Port of Everett Commission unanimously passed┬áResolution No. 1220, directing Port staff to submit a proposition of enlarging the limits of […]

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Threats Against Officers Lead Everett Police To Suspend Comments On Social Media Platforms

December 19, 2023

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A message posted on the Facebook Page of the police department in Everett, Washington explains why Everett Police Chief John DeRousse has decided to suspend the ability for the public to make comments on their social media pages. Here’s his message. This is a statement from Everett Police Chief John DeRousse: ÔÇťOver the past several […]

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Cell Phone Lot Relocated At Paine Field To Accommodate Expected Holiday Rush

December 18, 2023

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For those picking up someone flying into Paine Field this week there’s an adjustment to the location of the Cell Phone Lot for the next few weeks. Here’s what you need to know. To better accommodate holiday travelers, the location of the Cell Phone Lot has temporarily been relocated adjacent to the Museum of Flight […]

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Nurses At Providence Vote Against Tentative Agreement But Also Reject Going On Strike

December 17, 2023

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This was posted to the UFCW3000 website this weekend. MyEverettNews.com has reached out to spokespeople on both sides for more specifics and will post that information when it is received. – LD Today, December 15, nurses have spoken and have rejected the tentative agreement by a 51% (463 out of 893 cast ballots) and have […]

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