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Volunteers Cleaning Everett Schoolyards

September 2, 2017

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Kids in the city of Everett will be going back to school on Wednesday September 6th. In preparation for that day volunteers spread out to schoolyards all across Everett this morning to pick up litter and look for hazards in areas where kids will be playing. Volunteers from the Take Back Our Neighbor Groups have […]

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Classes Underway At WSU In Everett

August 22, 2017

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It is the second day of the semester for students at all of the WSU campus locations including here in Everett. Today MyEverettNews.com tagged along as Congressman Rick Larsen got a tour of the newest Washington State University campus, North Puget Sound at Everett. The tour was led by Chancellor Paul Pitre. The 95,000 square […]

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Sponsored Post – Washington Virtual Academy Gives Family Time For Theatre

August 15, 2017

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The following content is provided by MyEverettNews.com sponsor K12 in Washington. By Savannah Norton Washington Virtual Academy (WAVA) fifth grader Kariya Lacy and her second grade sister Seyler starred in a local production of The Sound of Music. Kariya played Louisa, Seyler played Brigita, and their preschool-aged sister Adney even played Gretel! Kariya and Seyler […]

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WSU Everett Ribbon Cutting Next Week

August 8, 2017

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It has been a long time coming and this is just the beginning. For years leaders in Everett have worked to bring a four-year college to town and now that dream is a reality. In September of 2015 ground was broken across the street from Everett Community college for the first of what is hoped […]

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Summer Vandalism Costing Everett School District Thousands

August 6, 2017

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From graffiti on play areas at Penny Creek Elementary to damage at Jefferson and now a recent spate of shooting out windows at the district office at 40th and Broadway, the bill for acts of vandalism at Everett Schools this summer is adding up. The incidents do not appear related but Everett Police would appreciate […]

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Sponsored Post: Flexible Schedule Helps Insight Student Pursue Passion In College

July 23, 2017

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The following post is sponsored by K12 and Insight School of Washington. Author credit: Savannah Norton K12-Powered Student Earns Piano Scholarship to Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music This fall, Mya King, a graduating senior at Insight School of Washington (ISWA), will be learning at one of the nation’s top music schools. Playing piano since […]

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