August 17, 2022

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Driver Okay After Flipping Car Into South Everett Retention Pond

A driver is being checked out to make sure he is okay after crashing his car through a fence and landing upside down in a retention pond on 100th street SW in south Everett this morning. Firefighters were able to cut him from his seatbelt and get him safely out of the car. Everett Police are working to determine the circumstances behind the crash.

Medics talk with the driver after he was removed from the car.

Firefighters removed the driver who was held in by a seatbelt.

The car went through a fence and into the retention pond.

August 16, 2022

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Badges For Baseball Back For Two Days At Boys And Girls Club In North Everett

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Snohomish County, Everett Police and the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation brought back the Badges for Baseball program to Gaffney Field in north Everett. Kids from more than a half-dozen Snohomish County clubs came to participate in drills, team events and some life lessons with Everett Police officers and staff from the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation. Here are a few photos from day one. The event continues tomorrow Click photo to enlarge.

August 16, 2022

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Evergreen Arboretum And Gardens Sculpture Event This Weekend At Everett’s Legion Park

There are a lot of events with the Arts this weekend in Everett, Washington. The Everett Art Walk is on Thursday and Fresh Paint will be in downtown Everett on Saturday and Sunday. One other event is a Sculpture Walk. Here’s the scoop.

“Bound by a Common Future” from artist Carl Nelson who helped organize the event. Photo credit: Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens

Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens and Northwest Stone Sculptors Association (NWSSA) will present Sculpture Walk, August 20th and 21st in the Arboretum from 10 AM to 5 PM, in conjunction with the Schack Arts Center’s Fresh Paint event. All sculptures will be for sale and artists will be on hand. There will be sculpture demos downtown at Fresh Paint and at the Arboretum, located in Legion Memorial Park at 145 Alverson Blvd, Everett. On Saturday the Arboretum will close to the public promptly at 5 PM for a private, members-only event.

Two Soapstone Carving Workshops Members of NWSSA and the Arboretum will also be offered on Saturday, Aug 20.. Pre-registration is required (each class is limited to 15 so reserve early) and there is a $30 materials fee (tools are safe and all supplies included).  Workshop #1 is 10 – 11:30 AM and Workshop #2 is scheduled for 1 – 2:30 PM. Both workshops will be held outside in the upper parking lot of Evergreen Arboretum Classroom 105. Youth 8 years and older will learn how to carve animal shapes from soapstone. Participants will be shown how to file stone and create a unique sculpture. Adults bringing children under 12 are encouraged to stay will them during the workshop, held in the upper parking lot at the Arboretum. Wear clothes that can get dirty and a mask. Link to register is

Carl Nelson, a member of the Northwest Stone Sculptor’s Association helped organize this event and is one of the many sculptors who will be displaying. Nelson says “I have a deep emotional drive to learn and create. I strive to call on positive emotions, be engaging, and nurture relationships. I use all the skill, achievement, and wisdom I possess to leave myself and the world a better place and be part of a larger purpose and meaning.


“I enjoy creating art that portrays the warmth and goodness of being with others. Most recently, I have been concerned with making art that raises the awareness of how to measure a Better Future for All (BFFA), and in particular the use of social progress indicators (see to make visible how well a community provides for its members well-being.”


Eileen Simmons, President of Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens says, “We are pleased to be able to offer this event in an expanded two-day format. Enthusiasm for this event was very high last year, when over 50 sculptures lined the Arboretum pathways. Offering the Soapstone classes is also part of our mission and should be lots of fun. We appreciate our sponsors for supporting us and this event.”


Sponsors include Newland Construction, Sunnyside Nursery and Lamoureux Real Estate; and event partners, Northwest Stone Sculptors Association and Schack Arts Center.


The mission of Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens is to create and maintain an inspirational arboretum and gardens accessible to all, internationally acclaimed and locally enjoyed for its plant diversity, original art and educational opportunities.

August 15, 2022

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Everett Police Investigating Hit & Run Of Pedestrian In 5400 Block Of Broadway

Broadway was closed between Gale Place and 52nd street for the investigation.

According to Everett Police a woman walking along Broadway was struck by a silver SUV who then left the scene Monday night.

It happened around 6:30 PM in the 5400 block of Broadway.

Everett Police Traffic Safety Detectives have responded and Broadway was closed between Gale Place and 52nd street for the investigation. It reopened around 8:30 PM.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or have information is encouraged to call 911 tonight or the Everett Police Tip Line at 425-257-8450 tomorrow.

We’ll provide updates as they are made available.

August 15, 2022

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Open House Launched As Paine Field In Everett On Short List For Expansion

Paine Field is on the State’s short list for expansion.

The State of Washington is asking the Commercial Aviation Coordinating Commission to recommend airports that could be expanded in the future to service cargo operations, passenger flights or both. On the short list of those airports sits Paine Field in Everett, Washington.

Paine Field is one of two airports currently being studied for both air cargo and additional passenger service. Today the CACC announced a four-week open house to present information to and receive information from the public. If you’d like to learn more or give suggestions here’s what you need to know.


Addressing aviation needs: public invited to virtual open house and public meetings about the future of aviation

Online open house Aug. 15 – Sept. 9; virtual public meetings planned for Aug. 23 and 31

OLYMPIA – The demand for aviation in Washington state is growing and will soon exceed the capacity of some highly used existing facilities.

Community members are invited to learn more about efforts to address demand through existing airports in the state or a new airport location. People who are interested may provide input through an online open house or two public meetings. The online open house and virtual meetings are being held by the Commercial Aviation Coordinating Commission to recommend strategies to address growing aviation needs.

Online open house

When:             Online open house: Monday, Aug. 15 – Friday, Sept. 9


Details:           In addition to English, the online open house will be available in Amharic, Arabic, Chinese (simplified and traditional), French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Tigrinya, and Vietnamese

Online virtual public meetings 

When:             Noon – 1 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23

5:30 – 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 31

 Where:           Visit to access the link to the online meetings.

The commission is considering environmental effects, economic and technical criteria, and public feedback and opinion as it develops recommendations to improve Washington’s air transportation capacity. The input Washington residents share will play an important role in the recommendations the CACC develops.

The CACC is studying both short and long-term strategies to address air passenger service, air cargo operations and general aviation capacity needs. This is an opportunity for the state to consider how to meet capacity limits while also planning for the use of innovative technologies and the concept of an airport of the future within the state’s aviation system. Incorporating innovative technologies could result in the increased use of sustainable aviation fuels, clean energy production at airports, and significantly reduced harmful emissions and noise from airplanes while providing additional commercial air service to more airports around the state.

About the Commercial Aviation Coordination Commission

The CACC was created by the Legislature in 2019 to ensure Washington can meet future commercial aviation demands. The Legislature directed three phases for the commission’s work:

  • Phase I: develop a short list of six locations.
  • Phase II: identify the top two locations.
  • Phase III: choose a single preferred location by a 60-percent majority vote.

In December 2020, the CACC released its Phase I report, which listed six preliminary airport sites with potential for expansion to meet both short and long-term aviation needs.

A February 2022 report provided a final short list of six locations.

Two of the six airport sites are now being studied for expanded service including Bremerton National Airport for air cargo operations and Paine Field in Snohomish County for air cargo and additional passenger service. The CACC is also studying 10 representative sites in the Puget Sound region as an option for a new airport.

The commission will provide a recommendation to the Legislature by June 15, 2023 for a single preferred location to meet the forecast demand for commercial passenger service, air cargo, and general aviation.

The CACC’s 15 voting and 11 nonvoting members include representatives from the aviation industry, the public, airport communities, freight industry, state and local agencies and elected officials. WSDOT provides the CACC technical assistance and staff support from its Aviation Division.

August 15, 2022

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Free Back-To-School Haircuts For Kids Event In Everett Wednesday

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For more than a decade the folks at Evergreen Beauty College in Everett Way have set aside a day to provide free haircuts for kids in kindergarten to 12th grade headed back to school.

This year that will happen in Everett, Washington on Wednesday August 17th from 12 Noon – 3:00 PM. It is a first-come, first served event. Here are more details from Jenevieve Wilson who is the Campus Director at the Everett campus.

Some Fun Details: There will be free haircuts for any kids in school, mini manicures and skincare services (mini facials, etc) for all family members including moms!

Cost: Free!

In previous years, we serviced nearly 1000 services to our local community in just a few hours. So do not let the long lines scare you, just be patient because we will take care of you.

All services performed will be under supervision of a licensed professional. This event is to show that beauty changes lives and an opportunity for us to do our part in giving back to our local community.

Hours: 12 Noon – 3:00 PM

Location: Evergreen Beauty College 802 SE Everett Mall Way

Editor’s Note: The forecast is for highs in the 80s so you may want to bring sunscreen and bottled water to have while waiting in line for your turn. LD