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City wins police tasing lawsuit
SNOHOMISH The city recently won a lengthy case involving a 2008 police tasing incident, but it may not be over.
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Wakeboard park project stalled
MONROE An apparent lack of funding is holding up the wakeboard park at Lake Tye, and city officials are still waiting for word on when construction may begin.
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The 2014 Snohomish Easter Parade is Saturday, April 19!
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SNOHOMISH The Snohomish Easter Parade is coming Saturday, April 19! The parade begins at 11 a.m. on First Street.
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The Farm homeless youth group looking to rebuild
SNOHOMISH The passion at The Farm Youth Outreach is still strong while its owners seek a new spot for its auxiliary thrift store. More ...

Boy who got flesh-eating bacteria now hometrey laren
MONROE — Trey Lauren, 13, has returned home from Seattle Children’s Hospital after a three-and-a-half week stint fighting a flesh-eating bacteria in his leg.

Hearing for 402 Avenue E re-opened
SNOHOMISH — A challenge on the hearing examiner’s decision to restrict how many people can be housed at a proposed senior assisted living facility at 402 Ave. E has reopened the decision.

Broadway Bridge plan hampered by funding
EVERETT — The city says it was blindsided with a snag on the Broadway Bridge project after the state Department of Transportation underfunded a city grant request by almost $1 million.

Snohomish Lions Club 85 years strong
SNOHOMISH - The Snohomish Lions Club is celebrating its 85th anniversary, and in those eight-and-a-half decades of service to the local community, the mission of “we serve” has remained clear to current members. More...

Learn plans for Jackson Park on April 22
EVERETT — The public is invited to learn more about planned upgrades to Senator Henry M. Jackson Park at an advisory meeting on Tuesday, April 22, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Hawthorne Elementary School Library, 1110 Poplar St.

Grover comes to Everett

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Sesame Street’s Grover is greeted by a group of children from the Everett YMCA at Comcast Arena Everett on Wednesday, April 9. Grover along with Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson unveiled a Sesame Street sign at Hewitt and Oakes avenues in honor of the upcoming "Sesame Street Live: Make a new Friend" performance at Comcast Arena Everett on May 2, 3 and 4. In Sesame Street Live, Grover and his Sesame Street neighbors join to welcome Grover’s friend Chamki from India. Tickets for the show can be ordered by visiting or calling the box office at 1-866-332-8499. Comcast Arena Everett will also be hosting the Professional Roughstock series rodeo on May 17. Check the web site for more information.

How to support Oso victims with these Snohomish groups:
* Donate to the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation Disaster Fund
All money raised goes directly to the people affected. The nonprofit group is coordinating with recognized community organizations in the Oso/Darrington area to pinpoint specific needs and distribute money through those organizations.
The Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation is a registered nonprofit.
For more information, please see the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation website,
* The Snohomish Boys and Girls Club is collecting gift cards to donate directly to affected families. The most needed are gas cards, grocery cards and VISA-type gift cards. To include kids, club members are sending cards and letters to both the families and the heroes working around the clock during this time.
Any questions, email or 360-568-7760. Gift cards can be dropped off or mailed to the club at 402 Second Street in Snohomish.
* The Snohomish Community Food Bank: Hours for donations: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., Tuesdays 9 a.m. - 6:45 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
The Snohomish Food Bank at 1330 Ferguson Road is accepting donations to help families and crews working the scene. Money donations can be earmarked for Oso/Darrington and used to purchase needed items. Particular needs are socks, diapers, dog food and cat food. 
* Donations to the Red Cross can be made at American Red Cross. Visit their website at or call 425-252-4103.


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