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Elections 2016

Results as of count released at 4:45 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18

Snohomish Prop 2: Government Snohomish Prop 1: Fireworks ban
Yes            50.05% - 2,069 votes Yes            46%       
No            49.95% - 2,065 votes  No              54%       
Number of ballots counted to date across county: 337,327  -- Approximately 73.89% voter turnout

Kamiak teen a taekwondo powerhouse

Bilal Hasan smiles at NW Black Belt Academy in Lynnwood earlier this year.

MUKILTEO — Bilal Hasan, a 10th grader at Kamiak High School, has a great shot at becoming the junior world Taekwondo champion for his weight class this week. More on this story...

Prop. 2: Snohomish Strong Mayor measure at near tie

SNOHOMISH — A narrow gap separates the “yes” and “no” sides of the measure that, if approved, would shape who's in charge of City Hall.

Prop. 1: Public rejecting fireworks ban

SNOHOMISH — Proposition No. 1, to ban fireworks from town, is failing at the polls.

Everett Clinic rift with Regence insurance resolved

Late last week, The Everett Clinic and insurance company Regence BlueShield resolved their contract dispute, ensuring that The Everett Clinic remains an “in-network” provider.The clinic reportedly sent a mass letter to patients before a resolution was made that Regence was dropped.

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Profiles of People: Daniel Westbrook's "Yukonality"

Daniel Westbrook of Snohomish grew up in the Yukon, and has a unique story that is underpinned by the principles that guide this builder and refinisher's way of life.


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City legal costs are up, but reasons why lay in unexpected places
A Tribune investigation

SNOHOMISH — Each month, the legal bills pile higher for the city of Snohomish.

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USO Dance continues to be memorable



Army Veteran Todd MacDougall of Tulalip and Bette Beyer of Edmonds (left) sing and dance to the 1940s era big-band music of the swing band Route 66 during the 11th annual Veteran’s Day USO dance at the Carl Gipson Senior Center in Everett on Friday, Nov. 11. More than 300 military veterans and guests attended this year’s event, as a few wore their former military uniforms or period clothing from the 1940s. In preparation for the dance, a knitting club at the senior center knitted 50 lap blankets that were given to the first vets in the door. The club members wanted to do something special.

Racing toward the top: Local racer, 13, competes in U.S. and Canada

SNOHOMISH — Local teen Ellie Musgrave races with a sincere amount of determination to become a professional race car driver. Never boastful, she is well on her way to accomplishing her goal, and appears to benot afraid of adversity

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Neighbors pitch in for goodwill event

EVERETT — Volunteers spent much of the day on Saturday, Nov. 5 in the rain and wind to clean up the yard of a 91-year-old neighbor in south Everett.

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Public crime map tool online again

EVERETT — The ability to track crime incidents online is back up and running.
The new website is www.communitycrimemap.com and it went live locally in late October for many communities.

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Providence nurse in Haiti, where birth training is lacking

EVERETT — Everett nurse Jessica Robbins is making a difference as she is currently in Haiti on a humanitarian trip.

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Everett utility rates set to increase

EVERETT — The city’s future utility rates would include a jump in the sewer bill next year.

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"Pop-up" regional food banks bring food closer to people

EVERETT — Each week, volunteer-run “pop-up” food banks in parts of Snohomish County bring donated food closer to the people and families who would otherwise have to travel further, or remain hungry.

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