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2024 Snohomish County Update Event Details

May 20, 2024

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Economic Alliance Snohomish County is proud to announce the Snohomish County Update, set to take place on May 28 at the Boeing Future of Flight Aviation Center. This annual event brings together community members and local businesses for a discussion on the economic landscape and the innovations shaping our future. Presented by The Boeing Company […]

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Officer Given Receives the Dan Rocha Award

May 19, 2024

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Everett Police Officer Given is the first officer to receive the Dan Rocha Award. The Dan Rocha award was created to honor our fallen hero, Officer Dan Rocha. The award is given to officers who demonstrate a commitment to the community by policing with dignity, respect, and compassion as Dan did. Officer Given was the […]

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Former Everett City Council Member Scott Murphy Announces Run for Mayor of Everett

May 14, 2024

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Former Everett City Councilmember, Scott Murphy, announced today that he will run for Mayor of the City of Everett in 2025. “Public safety, homelessness and crime remain huge problems and the city’s finances are a mess,” said Murphy. “It’s time after six years that we change our current trend and restore our city to a […]

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Photo Enforced Traffic Ticketing in Everett Starts Monday

May 3, 2024

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The alarm bells were activated in our coverage of the new photo enforcement program in Everett. The time has arrived. On Monday, May 6th, traffic violations in the photo enforced areas will be ticketed. During the past month only warnings were issued for violations. Latest numbers show that the photo enforced traffic ticketing system led […]

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Historic Everett Asking Everett Residents to Speak Up on Clark Park Gazebo

April 22, 2024

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Historic Everett, an advocacy organization, is asking local citizens to speak up to save a local landmark, the Clark Park Gazebo. The organization has even taken out ads in local newspapers urging residents to contact the City Council and Mayor in Everett to show their support to save the Gazebo from demolition by the City. […]

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Silver Lake Excalibur Disc Golf Course May Expand

April 11, 2024

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The Everett City Council had a first reading of a special improvement project called the “Thornton A. Sullivan Park Disc Golf Course Improvement Project.” If approved, the project would provide an estimated $150,000 in funding for the design, permitting and construction costs for the Thornton A. Sullivan Parks Disc Golf Course improvements (also known as […]

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Petco Love to Grant $50,000 to Everett Animal Shelter

April 10, 2024

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Pending Everett City Council approval tonight, Petco Love will award the Everett Animal Shelter a $50,000 grant for their lifesaving work for animals in Snohomish County. Since its founding in 1999, Petco Love has invested over $350 million in adoption and other lifesaving efforts. Petco Love also helps find loving homes for pets in partnership […]

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Change of Command for Everett Naval Station: Meet Captain Stacy Wuthier

April 5, 2024

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Capt. Stacy Wuthier relieved Capt. Josh Menzel as commanding officer of Naval Station Everett today, April 04, 2024. The change of command ceremony was attended by military personnel, federal civilian employees, and guests from the local community. Capt. Menzel had served as commanding officer since 2021. His next assignment is Chief of Staff at Navy […]

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PUD Breaks Ground on Next Community Solar Project

March 25, 2024

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Snohomish County PUD was joined Friday, March 22 by partners from the City of Everett, Connect to Casino Road, the Department of Commerce, and others, to officially break ground on its newest community solar project, “El Sol al Alcance de tus Manos” or “the sun at your fingertips.” Construction will begin this month on the […]

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Highlights of the Everett Mayor’s State of the City Speech

March 21, 2024

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The Everett Mayor’s 2024 State of the City event was different this year. The event took place in Everett Mall, packing in hundreds of local business leaders and city staff in the hallways of a building that was once far more popular. Fittingly, Mayor Cassie Franklin delivered each section of her speech by sharing the […]

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