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Cleaning up Everett, every Saturday

Eileen Rossignol (left) and Alicia Cappola stack collected cardboard boxes into a pile while Tony Rossignol picks up trash in the background along Oakes Avenue, below Everett High School’s Lincoln Field on Saturday, May 13. The three were participating in that morning’s clean up put on by a community group that cleans up trash weekly. Following the cleanup at Lincoln Field, the group traveled down Broadway to cleanup trash under the 41st Street overpass.

EVERETT — Two moms are encouraging those who want to see change to meet them at Clark Park and other locations on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. to help with a weekly community cleanup. More on this story...

First Street sting nets three bars for overservice over Cinco de Mayo

SNOHOMISH — Three bars on First Street were caught overserving drinks on Cinco de Mayo Friday, May 5 and face pending citations. A DUI task force also patrolled the county that weekend with good results.

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She’s got the lockbox: VFW post appoints first female

MONROE — The VFW Post 7511 in Monroe just appointed itsfirst female quartermaster, who handles finances for the post. Jaymie Weber served in Iraq. The post will be holding a fun run on May 27th at Lake Tye Park and a Memorial Day ceremony on May 29th.

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Suspect in May 3 Snohomish sexual assault now in custody

SNOHOMISH — Police arrested a man suspected for the May 3
sexual assault against a Snohomish woman walking on Bickford Avenue.

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No suspects ID’d yet in suckerpunch
assault outside downtown post office

EVERETT — Police are still searching to identifiy any suspects in an assault outside of the downtown Post Office that sent a man to the hospital.

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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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Snohomish JROTC hits 50-year mark

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.

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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.Candidate filing week is this week.

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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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Delightful worms disgust

Alexa Dahl, 6, of Everett gingerly picks out a worm to put into her take-home worm farm at the Snohomish Library on Friday, May 12 for a class. Dahl and about 20 other children learned about soil and composting while building their own worm farms. The children also helped plant flowers in a bed on the north side of the library. The event was partially funded through a grant from the Snohomish Garden Club.

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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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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