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New Lake Tye playground open

Alfredo Renteria, 2, of Monroe reaches into the mouth of a fiberglass salmon that is part of the new playground at Lake Tye Park in Monroe during a dedication ceremony on Thursday, June 1. Along with the traditional slides and swings, the playground also has features for climbing and riding, all with safety in mind.

MONROE — Kids of all ages whooped with delight June 1 as the new playground at Lake Tye formally opened up. More on this story...

Latest Harvey Field plans to be revealed on June 15

SNOHOMISH — The latest plans from the airport south of Snohomish proper will be revealed at an open house meeting Thursday, June 15 at 5:30 p.m. at the airport. Some items the master plan involves are issues with noise complaints and noise abatement, flood plains near the airport, and a short runway for flight and landing patterns.

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Ed Stocker, head of farm family, dies

SNOHOMISH — Farmer and beloved icon, friend and family patriarch Ed Stocker died June 1 at the age of 90. A full profile story will run in next week’s Tribune.

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How SnoCo deals with opioids a topic at Seattle summit

Snohomish County will have its own session on how it is reducing heroin and other opioid abuses within a free, public summit at the University of Washington next week featuring speakers from Everett and the county's Drug & Gang Task Force.

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It's Farmers Market season across the area

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A guide on the area's farmers markets shows that you never know who you'll meet at a farmers market.

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Profiles of People: "Can you Imagine?"

A family that has seen relatives and friends disappear in the past six months is left unnerved by heavier enforcement in immigration. This is their story.

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Naval Academy-bound senior aiming for the stars

SNOHOMISH — Just 18, Snohomish's Peter Faber is setting a clear course set for the U.S. Naval Academy, then military service, then, quite possibly, his ultimate goal to become an astronaut at NASA.

Faber will be shipping out to the academy in Maryland on June 29 as one of the very few and finest from Snohomish County.

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Beautifying the city

Stella Rucker, 7, of Everett (left) and her mother Molly plant flowers in a bed as they, along with other volunteers planted over 30,000 flowers along the stretch of Mukilteo Boulevard that stretches through Forest Park in Everett Saturday, June 3. This was the 24th year of the event which attracts volunteers from across the county.

Deed restrictions, Averill Field and what you should know

SNOHOMISH — At its June 6 meeting, the City Council will be discussing deed restrictions pertaining to the new state law prompted in part by the city’s actions a few years ago to remove a 93-year-old deed restriction on municipal-owned land.

To give readers the lay of the land, this is a guide to explain how the topic unfurled and where things are going.

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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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