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Restoring Snohomish land use deed restriction not on table right now
Crime, trouble at Everett Mission an ongoing battle

Apartment Fire

Apartment fire leaves more than 100 displaced

Everett firefighters battle a three-alarm fire that ripped through a three-story apartment building at the Bluffs Apartment complex on West Casino Road on Thursday, New Year’s Eve that left one person dead and 12 others hospitalized. Over 90 firefighters from as far away as Mountlake Terrace fought the fire, which was first reported just after 7:15 p.m.

EVERETT — A three-alarm fire New Year’s Eve at The Bluffs Apartments on West Casino Road killed one adult, caused 12 people to need hospitalization and left more than 100 residents displaced. More on this story...


New councilman Zach Wilde a fresh face

Zach WildeSNOHOMISH — Zach Wilde, 25, may have been known as a hard charger on the basketball court, but now he will be using his mental acumen to help guide the city.
Wilde, who was raised in Snohomish since his birth, knows Snohomish from a youthful perspective. His face also resonates with community members because of this fact, he said

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Liquor board agents to look often in First Street bars

EVERETT — Employees, and their bosses, bear the blame for much of the parking congestion in downtown Everett, and Everett police may be exacerbating the problem according to a recent survey.
But the report, shared at a Nov. 8 meeting at the Everett station, also showed that congestion is not as big an issue as it may seem

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Master plan for Japanese Gulch up for review

MUKILTEO — Once a town bustling with Japanese immigrants and Crown Lumber Mill workers, then next door to Boeing’s Everett hub post-World War II, Japanese Gulch, a 140-acre wooded greenspace area owned by the city of Mukilteo, is ready for the next phase in its life

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Still time to apply for Everett's charter review board

EVERETT — Everett residents interested in serving on the City’s Charter Review Committee have two more weeks to apply. The City has extended the deadline for applications to Friday, Jan. 15.

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Restoring Snohomish land use deed restriction not on table right now

SNOHOMISH — Sources report that city officials said at a town hall-style meeting that the city is open to restoring the deed restriction on the block that includes the Boys & Girls Club and old Hal Moe Pool site, but there are no apparent immediate plans to restore the restriction. A group appears to be pushing the city to put back the 1922 restriction

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Crime, trouble at Everett Mission an ongoing battle

EVERETT —The Everett Gospel Mission shelter is a dangerous place, according to an Everett man who said he went undercover to observe the operation.
Crime statistics paint the numbers to back up the man's claim, but there is more to the story. The Tribune looked into issues around the Mission.

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Craft alcohol stands in rural areas proposed

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The County Council is anticipated to be considering a proposal that allows craft breweries, wineries and alcohol distilleries, plus tasting rooms, to operate in most of unincorporated Snohomish County.

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Everett wants dedicated ambulances

dedicated ambulanceEVERETT — These days in Everett, when an ambulance is needed, it starts a hunt to find one.
The city is looking to consolidate things by setting a contract with a single ambulance provider for non-emergency medical transports and is now seeking bids.

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Snohomish Fire's burn center is a countywide training hub

Fire trainingSNOHOMISH — Fire District 4’s Ray Lee Brown Fire Training Facility off of Machias Road attracts regional fire districts and government agencies alike to come use this training tower. The facility is one of the two Class A live-fire training facilities in Snohomish County, meaning it is a top grade training center.

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Non profit cafe

Everett Cafe helps low-income nonprofit efforts

CafeWorks barista Bre Beckman (left) prepares a hot chocolate drink while manager Eric Huenefeld (center) helps several customers last week at the café located at 3331 Broadway. CafeWorks, a collaboration between three nonprofit agencies, features a full espresso bar, fresh pastries and sandwiches. The cafe employs at-risk teens from Cocoon House and teens from Housing Hope’s young parent program, where they learn valuable culinary and customer service skills under an internship program.
On Friday, Jan. 8, CafeWorks will be holding a grand opening celebration from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., featuring coffee, free samples, The café officially opened to the public last month.


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