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Everett’s big Fisherman's Village
music festival is this weekend


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EVERETT —More than 6,000 people are anticipated to enjoy the Fisherman's Village Music Festival this weekend at its new venue near Everett Station. New this year is a night market.
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Comments wanted on Snohomish's elementary schools

SNOHOMISH — A group has recommended replacing six elementary schools. The school district is holding meetings during the next three weeks to hear public comments on the suggestions starting with a meeting this Thursday. More on this story...

A mother’s final donation helps propel science

SNOHOMISH — A mother’s untimely death led to gifts of life for a score of strangers, and for generations to come.

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Angela Cooper-McCorkle, reporter who saw humanity in all, has died

SNOHOMISH — The lionhearted journalist passed on Sunday, May 12.

NEWS BITES for May 15, 2019

AROUND SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Airport Way closure for railroad work, E-scooter proposal to go before Everett council this week, new Lewis Street Park play equipment, and more. More on this story...

Miracle League has 20 years of making memories

MONROE —The crack of the bat. The bonds formed.
Miracle League gets everyone in the game, and has a story behind it.
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Seniors gravitating toward cannabis - is it right for you?

MONROE — Seniors may be becoming more open to cannabis for healing aches and inflammations. An audience at the Monroe Community Senior Center received a "Cannabis 101" lesson last week. More on this story...

City projects find funding from state Legislature

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The city of Snohomish found its missing piece to renovate the Carnegie Building: A $500,000 capital budget request, finishing up what’s needed for the project’s estimated $2.1 million budget. Everett, Monroe and the county also received funding. More on this story...

Farmers markets kickstarting
their seasons


Doug Ramsay file photo

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Farmers markets, featuring fresh food from local vendors, are beginning to blossom starting this month.
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ATV group would like to ride on Snohomish city roads

SNOHOMISH — An ATV group is asking the city to let people ride on the streets. Doing so would match neighboring cities in Sultan, Monroe and Lake Stevens, the group says. More on this story...


 

 

  

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