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The life he wants to save is his own


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SNOHOMISH — He's savedcountless others, but Snohomish Fire Distrct 4 firefighter-paramedic Dave Alberts, 57, is now perhaps in the largest fight of his life yet as he is trying new tested therapies to zap his cancer that his insurer currently won't pay for. More...

Gymnasts to flip in Everett April 8 - 10

EVERETT — Olympian gymnasts will be hitting the mat at Xfinity Arena on April 8, 9 and 10.
The three-day Pacific Rim Championships is expected to feature approximately 300 gymnasts from more than 14 countries competing in men’s and women’s gymnastics and trampoline.
Held every two years, the Pacific Rim Championships traditionally feature gymnasts from across Asia, Australia and the United States.

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Kent Kultgen selected as Snohomish superintendent

SNOHOMISH — The new superintendent for the Snohomish School District will be Kent Kultgen, who is the superintendent in Helena, Montana. He starts here July 1. 
The Snohomish School Board voted 5-0 to select Kultgen as retiring superintendent Bill Mester’s replacement on Thursday, March 31 after deliberations. The board is expected to approve a three-year contract for Kultgen on April 13.

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Everett neighborhood safety meeting April 13

EVERETT — The City and the Police Department will be hosting a community safety event for north Everett neighborhoods on Wednesday, April 13, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Everett Performing Arts Center (2710 Wetmore Avenue).

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Police: Don't go knocking on doors of heroin houses

SNOHOMISH — A recent incident involving a heroin smoke-filled van possibly endangering two small children has some residents looking to take action on “known” drug houses in town, but police warn that’s a recipe for disaster.

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Everett Transit plans to add "bus bulbs" along Broadway

EVERETT — The city plans to add extended bus stop areas along the sidewalks of the Broadway corridor in the coming year.
Next spring, a contractor will start installing the new “bus bulbs” on Broadway from 41st Street northward to Seventh Street, a project timeline shows. The bulbs jut out of the sidewalk to keep buses from having to come out of and later re-enter traffic lanes.

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Snohomish's planning director leaving city

SNOHOMISH — City planning director Owen Dennison, 57, is resigning to pursue an opportunity in Coupeville. His last day will be April 6. Dennison has been with the city for nearly 10 years.

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A well-deserved retirement

Doug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Mike and Carol Bauer were treated to a well attended retirement party on Thursday, March 31. Mike and his wife Carol took over the Bauer Funeral Chapel in 1978 upon his father Gerry’s retirement. The couple sold the business in 1997 but continued operating it for the new ownership. Bauer Funeral Chapel dates back to late 1880’s when C.H. Bakeman started the operation, he later sold the business to A.C. White, who in turn sold the business to the Bauer family in 1954. The business also included an ambulance service that both Mike and his father ran from 1958 to 1975.
Mike and Carol have contributed immensely to the community over the years through civic and service oriented projects. Mike served on the Snohomish Volunteer Fire Department for nearly 25 years and was a member of the Snohomish Lions for over 30 years. Upon retirement the couple plan to move east of the Cascades to the Yakima area in the near future.


 

Monroe High gets its first new ballfield


Photo by Catherine Martin of Monroe Public Schools

Monroe School Board President Katy Woods introduces those gathered to cut the ribbon to officially open Monroe High Schools first ball field on Monday, March 14 below stormclouds prior to the Fastpitch Softball team’s 2016 season opener against Seattle Prep (the Bearcats won 19-0). Numerous leaders attended.
Constructing the $1.39 million field was made possible by harvesting timber off school district-owned land, receiving generous grants from the county Tourism Promotion Area Advisory Board and the City of Monroe, then adding in local school reserve dollars. The next phase of the ballfield complex begins in May with building an all-weather surface baseball field and a utility field. This phase is funded by the bond approved by local voters in April 2015.

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