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Bikes line the streets


With early arrivals parked along First Street, motorcyclists pass by as they arrive for the 21st annual Snohomish Motorcycle Show on Sunday, May 21. Thousands of motorcyclists and bike enthusiasts packed the downtown area, as motorcycles of all types from old to new lined First Street as well as several of the side streets. The event also featured a demonstration by the Seattle Cossacks motorcycle stunt team. Organized by Sky Valley ABATE, the event proceeds are donated to various community donations throughout the year.

Who’s running for office in Snohomish and Monroe

A big number of challengers filed last week for council and mayor. This is a “Who’s Who” for the municipal elections in Snohomish and Monroe:

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Election season for Everett council, mayor full of contenders

EVERETT — Every seat up for grabs this election season has a stacked group of candidates. The races will each have a primary election.

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Everett, Monroe school boards have challengers

Most local school board elections will see incumbents running alone, but there are races in Everett and Monroe.

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Guest opinion: Making a case for the Carnegie annex

The author makes a case for the use of the Snohomish Carnegie Building and in preserving the 1968 annex that building master plans mark for demolition.




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Paine Field may see Alaska Airlines service start in 2018

EVERETT —  Alaska Airlines plans to begin passenger flights out of Paine Field next year.

The city of Mukilteo, however, has a legal challenge on the table that could pause the timeline or halt it altogether.

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Cleaning up Everett, every Saturday morning

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.

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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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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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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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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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