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Everett Attorney To Donate Books To Elementary School Classes

January 19, 2020

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Wanted to pass this along from one of our original sponsors. Attorney Rick Merrill has started what he’s calling Rick’s Book Brigade. It’s an effort to promote reading among elementary school students in Everett and Snohomish County. Twice a year, in the Spring and in the Fall, Rick and his staff will select an Elementary […]

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Monday Snow Updates

January 13, 2020

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7:30 PM Update: There are still scattered power outages around Everett. The Everett School District has announced that Tuesday morning Jan. 14, will be a 2 hour late start, buses on snow routes. There will be no A.M. Preschool/A.M. ECEAP. No out of district transportation. Everett Emergency Management passed along the following cold weather tips […]

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Sunday Evening Everett Snow Updates

January 12, 2020

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Update: Snow stopped around 11:30 PM with accumulations nearing 5 inches in parts of Everett. At one point there were more than 2000 customers of Snohomish PUD without power and crews have been responding to wires down calls and a couple of car-pole crashes. Everett Public Works have multiple plows and sanding trucks to try […]

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9 Years And Counting For MyEverettNews.Com, Thank You.

January 11, 2020

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A note from Leland Dart, publisher of MyEverettNews.com. Thank you. I published our first story on January 11th, 2011. Every single day since then we’ve published a story. At least one story every day about something for people in Everett, Washington. Some stories were major, some a simple press release or simply an observation or […]

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Commuter Bus Service To Cut Back From Everett On MLK Day

January 6, 2020

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A note in for commuters who take Community Transit buses to Seattle that on Monday January 20th CT is cutting back on their regular service. Community Transit will operate limited commuter bus service to and from downtown Seattle and University District on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday Jan. 20. Community Transit local service and […]

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Everett Police Holding Application Workshop

January 3, 2020

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How many push ups do I have to be able to do? If I once regularly used marijuana can I become an Everett Police officer? Do I need a college degree? No matter what the question you can find the answer about what it takes to be a police officer in the city of Everett, […]

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