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Councilman Tom Hamilton is city's new mayor as Guzak steps down

SNOHOMISH — The city has a new mayor, Tom Hamilton, after Councilwoman Karen Guzak gave her mayoral resignation during last week’s council meeting.
Guzak will remain on council, and explains why she exited from her position.

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National curling championship in Everett



Katie Dubberstein of Portage, Wisconsin watches as the rock that she just let go of is strategically directed by the sweeping of the ice by team mates Sherri Schummer of St. Paul, Minnesota. Left, and Emily Anderson of Broomall, Pennsylvania during the first draw of women’s play at the USA Curling Championships on Sunday, Feb. 12 at Everett’s Xfinity Arena. The three are part of Team Clark which is led by Lynnwood’s Cristin Clark (not pictured). Team Clark lost the draw 8-6 to Team Bear of Minnesota. The week-long event concludes with finals on Saturday.

Everett Film Festival will be Feb. 17 and 18,
celebrating its 20th year of unique flicks

EVERETT — The Everett Film Festival has brought unique films from a human perspective for 20 years now. Its 20th anniversary festival wlll be on Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Everett Performing Arts Center, 2710 Wetmore Ave.

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New Councilman Jason Sanders plans to listen to public

SNOHOMISH — Councilman Jason Sanders wants to hear from you.

Sanders has not decided yet if he will run for the seat he currently sits in on council in November.



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Plan puts adult treatment center within Denney

EVERETT — The often forgotten family members of the incarcerated, most of whom being women and children, are the reason Matthew House created its support network in Monroe.

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Saving lives in remote places



Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue can use your help



SNOHOMISH
— For 50 years, these crews have responded to the call to trek into the wildnerness to find the lost, missing and vulnerably injured. The volunteer group responds to missions at all hours and is already seeing more missions come in for 2017. More ...

Mead, the honey-wine of the gods, now made in Everett

EVERETT — Nearly every civilization has their own version of mead. Now, so does the city of Everett.


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Matthew House gives families of prisoners help and hope

MONROE — The often forgotten family members of the incarcerated, most of whom being women and children, are the reason Matthew House created its support network in Monroe.

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Annual Point in Time Count is for finding those who face uncertainty

EVERETT — More than 60 volunteers in Everett, and dozens of others throughout Snohomish County, set out at 8 a.m. last week in the frigid, foggy morning, from bases in Arlington, Everett, Lynnwood and Monroe.Their goal is to find, survey and help the area's homeless populations.

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Profiles of People: Meet Bob Heirman

Love him or find him emboldened, 84-year-old Bob Heirman, of Snohomish, is honed with opinions and actions that have been around since Hoover which are still relevant.

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