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Rodeo action

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Bull rider Bill Peterson of Coburg, Ore. hangs on as he rides a bull during the Hell on Hooves Rough Stock Rodeo at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe on Saturday, Feb. 20. Both Friday and Saturday rodeos were sold out as cowboys and bull riders from throughout the Northwest and Canada participated. The night’s activities also included saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, bull poker, Ixtapa Dancing Horses, women’s barrel racing on horses and “mutton bustin” where children ride on sheep.

Two marijuana shops tops in state sales

EVERETT — Two area marijuana retail shops appear to dominate the sales scene for recreational marijuana.
According to information from, KushMart on Evergreen Way and Bud Hut south of city limits on 99 sell much more marijuana than area competitors

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Konicke seen fit for trial, which may start at end of March

SNOHOMISH — Zach Konicke, 29, who is charged with the murder of his mother and the arson of his parents’ Snohomish home in a Jan. 14 incident, was found mentally competent by the state late last week and will stand trial sometime in late March.
Konicke was charged with murder and arson in Snohomish County Superior Court Feb. 4. The mental evaluation review took place Feb. 12.

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Council to talk cell tower code with critics March 1

SNOHOMISH — The City Council had to postpone its public hearing on cell phone tower zoning rules to March 1 after the discussion on marijuana lasted more than two hours at the Feb. 16 council meeting.

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PUD chastised over high bills

EVERETT — Angered residents who received sticker shock from their power bills this winter demanded the Public Utility District (PUD) fix its system at a public meeting last week.

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Marijuana to go to ballots next year
Store ban upheld

SNOHOMISH — The city will send the decision on allowing marijuana retailers in town to the November 2017 general election. For now, the citywide ban persists.

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Snohomish to participate in earthquake scenario

SNOHOMISH — In June, the city plans to participate in a countywide event that “tests” its mettle in the event of a rare 9.0 magnitude earthquake.

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