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Southbound 529 Between Everett & Marysville to Close March 8th to 10th

March 1, 2024

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Heads up on another weekend closure for State Route 529 from March 8th to 10th as part of the I-5 and SR 529 work. Update: they cancelled the construction work due to the weather. The project includes a new roundabout to link both directions of SR 529 with the I-5 freeway. But don’t get too […]

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February 25, 2024

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Everett Land Acknowledgement Art Installation Unveiled

February 23, 2024

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Anyone who has attended an Everett City Council meeting, or watched online, will be familiar with the land acknowledgement statement read off at every meeting to recognize the original inhabitants of the area. It started in August 2021 when the council approved the statement and added Indigenous Peoples’ Day to the second Monday in October. […]

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Northbound Highway 99 Traffic in Everett Altered Due to RV Fire

February 21, 2024

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Just after noon on Wednesday 2/21 northbound lanes of Highway 99 were blocked for a fire response in what was determined to be an RV fire at the 13400 block of Highway 99. Traffic cam footage shows a large cloud of black smoke and first responders blocking all the northbound lanes. Traffic was getting through […]

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Mom and Pops Cakery Opens in Downtown Everett

February 10, 2024

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It’s always exciting when a new business opens up in Downtown Everett. This weekend Mom and Pops Cakery had a “soft” grand opening at 1407 Hewitt Ave. Expect to see cake pops, macarons, mini cakes, popcorn, cookies and coffee. Many will be valentines day themed. If anyone wants to stop in Sunday February 11th, they’ll […]

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Navy Hosting Public Meetings For Next Gen Frigates Coming to Everett

February 9, 2024

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As we reported in June, 2021, Everett was designated as the Navy’s future homeport for up to 12 next generation of guided missile frigates (Constellation-class). The first ship wouldn’t arrive until 2028, but personnel and facilities would arrive in 2026. As part of the environmental assessment process, the Navy is inviting the public to attend […]

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Everett Library View of Potential Annexation to Sno-Isle

February 8, 2024

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As part of balancing the budget, the Everett City Council has considered annexing the Everett Library System into the Sno-Isle Library System. When first discussed, the council mentioned the current library system being opposed, but in later meetings they sounded more receptive to the idea. We can now set the rumors aside as the Everett […]

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Everett Housing Authority Wanting to Develop Park District Development

February 6, 2024

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The Everett Housing Authority (EHA) is applying for a comprehensive plan amendment and planned development overlay to develop the Park District, a 16-acre development with about 1,500 dwelling units, 70,000 gross square feet of nonresidential uses, 1.5 acres of publicly accessible park area, and a community garden near public transit. The Everett Housing Authority is […]

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PUD Delta Power Line Route Options Affect North Everett Residents

February 4, 2024

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A concerned reader wrote in about the routes proposed by the PUD for a new 115-kV power line. Those living in North Everett will want to look at the four route options so they can provide feedback to the PUD. The PUD states: “The new line will support increasing electrical demand in and around the […]

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Violent Offender Caught on Casino Road Last Night

February 2, 2024

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Last night members of the Sheriff’s Office Violent Offender Task Force (VOTF) and Region 1 SWAT responded to the 500 block of East Casino Rd for a planned operation to arrest an armed and dangerous suspect wanted for two counts of murder from out of state. East Casino Road between Evergreen Way and 7th Ave […]

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