· Harvey Field seeks public input on new master plan
· Paine Field terminal proposal reactivates airline impact talks
It’s baby chicks time
Julian Onstad-Graise, 5, (left) holds a 2-day old baby chick as Kylie Scanlan, 7, (center) and Jackson Medley, 6, gently pet it. The three were part of a small group of children from the Snohomish Boys and Girls Club that ventured across Second Street to check out the arrival of chicks at the Snohomish Co-op on Friday, Feb. 27. Co-op “chick caretaker” Kim Walker said that the sale of baby chicks has been good this year. The Co-op will be hosting “Chick Days” on March 27 and 28.
KING COUNTY AQUATIC CENTER - Snohomish and Glacier Peak High School Swim & Dive teams were represented by eleven athletes last weekend for the WIAA 4A and 3A State Swim & Dive Championship meet at the King County Aquatic Center. One Glacier Peak senior, Camden Wunderlich, even brought home the gold in one of his events.
Snohomish Wine Festival should delight many on March 7
SNOHOMISH — The Snohomish Wine Festival
is coming Saturday, March 7.
The festival provides wineries and connoisseurs alike an opportunity to
gather, taste and socialize.
Suspected heroin dealer tried to flush evidence
MONROE — He tried to flush the evidence, but it didn’t work.
A man and woman from Monroe were arrested Feb. 24 on evidence they had heroin.
Year-round farmers market set to open this summer
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Locally farmed food, fresh and abundant, is going to be arriving daily to Snohomish County residents starting this July, if the new year-round farmers market project in Everett opens as scheduled.
City may ask for special parks tax
SNOHOMISH — The City Council will soon weigh in on creating a Metropolitan Parks District tax at a March 17 workshop at 6 p.m. prior to the regular council meeting.
Time is money for courthouse
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — An important meeting Thursday, Feb. 26 about the future of the proposed county courthouse didn’t go far when more than half of the five-member County Council and key county staff didn’t show up.
Work ongoing to address area homelessness
SNOHOMISH COUNTY — An increased number of homeless people congregating near the Everett Gospel Mission is stirring complaints.
· Snohomish Eagles donate $3,140 against child abuse
· Whiteside Towing donates to Oso efforts
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