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Shutdown Of Everett Boeing Plant Extended Indefinitely

April 5, 2020

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While it was thought the Everett Boeing plant would resume operations on Wednesday apparently that will not be the case. Here is the message sent out from Boeing Media Sunday afternoon. Boeing is extending the temporary suspension of production operations at all Puget Sound area and Moses Lake sites until further notice. These actions are […]

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Snohomish PUD To Offer Bill Credits To Homes And Business

March 23, 2020

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This in from Snohomish PUD on their plans to assist customers who may have problems paying their bills. In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Snohomish County PUD has developed a COVID Community Support Plan to help customers struggling to pay their electric and water bills. The plan makes funds available for both residential and small […]

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Mod Pizza (With Drive-Thru Window) Now Open In South Everett

March 22, 2020

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Just in time for dining at a social distance, the first Everett location for Mod Pizza has opened at 79th and Evergreen Way. We told you back in November that Mod Pizza was taking over the former Burgermaster location. After months of remodeling the open signs are up. Like most other restaurants their dining room […]

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Cleanup To Start This Month At Kimberly Clark Site On Everett Waterfront

March 4, 2020

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It looks like clean-up will resume this month at the site of the Former Kimberly-Clark plant which is now owned by the Port of Everett. Here’s information out this week. In mid-February 2020, Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. (K-C) hired Burlington-based Interwest Construction Inc. (ICI) to complete its State-regulated upland cleanup and crushed material removal at the […]

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In Less Than One Year A Million People Have Flown Out Of Paine Field

February 27, 2020

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A lot of celebration at Paine Field in Everett, Washington this week as Monday marked the millionth passenger to go through the airport. Here’s more from Brett Smith at Propeller Airports. Paine Field welcomed the millionth traveler to walk through its doors this week, a major milestone for the airport as it approaches one year […]

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Church South Of Totem Diner May Become Apartments

February 21, 2020

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There is a public hearing scheduled for April 7th in front of the Everett Planning Commission over a plan to change zoning along a portion of Rucker and Evergreen Way to allow apartments and commercial development. According to a public notice issued by the City of Everett on Thursday, the plan asks for a rezone […]

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