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Port Of Everett Moving Forward On Waterfront Place Retail And Restaurant Leases

August 14, 2020

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Some encouraging news out this week from the Port of Everett this week. On Tuesday, August 11, the Port of Everett Commission authorized a lease with South Fork Baking Company, LLC for its new South Fork Bakery, securing the first of six new retail spaces to be built next year within the Fisherman’s Harbor district […]

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Even In Pandemic McClain Insurance Supports Non-Profits In Everett

August 6, 2020

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A Shout-Out to MyEverettNews.com sponsor McClain Insurance for their ongoing support of Cocoon House in Everett, Washington. Great people doing great things. Wednesday, Aug. 5, marks 10 weeks of Food for Our Future, the McClain Insurance Services initiative to help provide food for teens living at Cocoon House during the pandemic. Each week the McClain […]

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After 63 Years, Miller Family Closes Glacier Lanes In South Everett

August 3, 2020

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Sad to see the following announcement today from the Miller family on the closure of Glacier Lanes in south Everett. It’s with heavy hearts that the we (Miller family) have to call it quits after 63 years serving the public. Sadly the mandated closures, and the lack of direction from Washington state’s elected officials has […]

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Work To Begin On V.A. Outpatient Clinic In View Ridge Neighborhood

August 2, 2020

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Looks like Veterans in Everett and the surrounding area will soon have a more convenient place to receive outpatient medical services. Review is underway of demolition permits for View Ridge Plaza, 220 Olympic Boulevard in Everett’s View Ridge neighborhood. Miller’s Produce and the coffee stand at the corner of Elm and Mukilteo Boulevard are closing […]

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Flights Again Coming And Going From Paine Field In Everett, Washington

August 1, 2020

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Today marked the return of regularly scheduled commercial passenger service at Paine Field in Everett, Washington. Service was suspended two months ago after United and Alaska Airlines slashed flight schedules due to the falloff in air travel as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Prior to the pandemic the terminal was operating at capacity with […]

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787 Production Could Move Out Of Everett

July 29, 2020

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In a message to employees today Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun issued a bleak outlook for commercial airplane production which may directly affect operations in Everett, Washington. That includes the possibility that all 787 assembly work would take place in South Carolina. (The 787-10 is only built at the South Carolina plant so if operations were […]

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