September 14, 2019

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Gas Leak Forces Evacuation Of Floor And Decor At Everett Mall

A couple of nervous moments for the crew and customers at the Floor and Decor Store on Everett Mall Way Saturday morning. A natural gas line in near the ceiling of the store was reportedly nicked by a forklift around 10 AM. That caused a leak and led to the evacuation of the store and […]

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September 13, 2019

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PUD Gets Ready For Storm Season

Storm season is about to hit Everett, Washington and Snohomish PUD has passed along some preparation tips. As the calendar turns to fall and turbulent weather looms on the horizon, Snohomish County PUD is ready. From pre-storm preparations to quick outage response, the PUD works hard year-round to minimize disruptions to its customers. Prior to […]

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September 12, 2019

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Dreamliner With Massive Decal On Display In Everett Next Week

Word in from the Boeing Company that a 787 with a special livery that is a decal as opposed to paint will be on display next week at the Future of Flight. Here’s more: In August 2019, the 787 Dreamliner program rolled out a special pink and purple design on the largest decal ever on […]

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September 11, 2019

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Thank You First Responders In Everett, Washington And Beyond

To the call takers and dispatchers who hear people in crisis and obtain and relay vital information and provide calm reassurance as people go through the unimaginable, Thank you. To police and firefighters who rush toward the danger and make it possible for people to get to safety as you head for harm, Thank you. […]

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September 11, 2019

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Everett Mayor And Council Could See Raises Up To 2.5% In 2020 And 2021

As they do every two years the City of Everett Citizen’s Commission on Salaries of Elected Officials met to decide how much the Mayor, City Council members and Municipal Judges should be paid. Meetings were held in the Spring of this year and included public hearings. While researching the results of the commission’s deliberations (which […]

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September 10, 2019

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Everett Flooding Update

This in from the City of Everett after last night’s heavy rains. Effective immediately, temporary traffic restrictions are in place on West Marine View Drive through early Wednesday to allow crews to concurrently repair three underground water pipes that were damaged during the recent rain storms. Intermittent lane closures are in place, and drivers are […]

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