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Snohomish JROTC hits 50 year mark

Cadet Private Mackenzie Ramsey, a freshman at Snohomish High School, gives Cadet Corporal Andrew Mann, a sophomore, a salute as Mann prepares to inspect Ramsey’s uniform during company inspections on Friday, May 5 in the school’s auxiliary gym.

SNOHOMISH — One of the oldest MCJROTC in the western United States is right here in Snohomish and the organization will be hosting a fun run on May 20 at Willis Tucker Park to commemorate its 50th year. More on this story...

May 21 marks 21st anniversary of Snohomish Motorcyle Show

SNOHOMISH — The motorcycles will rumble on historic First Street in downtown Snohomish on Sunday, May 21 for the 21st annual Motorcycle Show hosted by the Sky Valley chapter of ABATE.

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Future Everett Y site could have city park, possibly a pool

EVERETT — The city is exploring the possibilities of building park space, or a new pool, on part of the future YMCA site in central Everett.

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Snohomish City Council has 5 seats up for election

SNOHOMISH — There will be an open seat or two on the City Council this election season.

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County jail plans focus on diversion to treatment

EVERETT — The conversation about jail release times and improving the Snohomish County Jail is ongoing. The county sheriff Ty Trenary and an associate gave an update to the city's public safety council subcommittee last week.

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Little Leaguers celebrate refurbished field

SNOHOMISH — On Monday, May 1, there was the unveiling of a newly refurbished field at the North Snohomish Little League complex.

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Bob Heirman, a legend, has passed

SNOHOMISH — Highly esteemed sportsman, environmentalist, poet, memory-keeper and friend Bob Heirman went on his greatest adventure Saturday, April 29 at the age of 84.

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Ideas brew at homelessness forum

SNOHOMISH — A panel forum about homelessness in Snohomish met Thursday, April 27 in attempt to kickstart a conversation on the topic. Some key points were often repeated by panelists.

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Everett teen creates anti-bullying campaign

EVERETT — #WeighItBeforeYouSayIt is the hashtag one teen wants people to use to emphasize thinking before saying something hurtful. MacKenzie Haarlow has enough experience with people saying hurtful things. Her goal is to spread the idea far and wide, with a special plea for "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon to embrace the campaign.

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Guest opinion: A new thought for the Carnegie

SNOHOMISH — The author suggests an idea on how to reshape the city-owned 1910 Carnegie Building at the corner of First Street and Cedar Avenue in Snohomish to provide a grand public space. The building is currently closed indefinitely because of waterlogged roof issues.

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Still fighting fires

Firefighters who have decades of institutional knowledgeSNOHOMISH — Since their early 20s and bachelor days, Fire District 4 firefighters Mike Gatterman and Craig Heike have been fighting fires and running to the danger instead of from it and that will not soon change.  

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