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Kla Ha Ya Days brings family fun


Ten-month-old Camille Liberda of Arlington takes a big lead as her competition just rolls over in the background during the baby crawling contest at this year’s Kla Ha Ya Days celebration in Snohomish on Saturday, July 15. The annual event attracts participants from all over the state, and featured the traditional parade, eating competitions and frog catapulting using toy frogs, along with a carnival and circus. Sunday’s events included a car and motorcycle show.

Adult charges in Snohomish drive-by shooting targeting teen

SNOHOMISH — An ongoing “beef” between two Snohomish teens, former schoolmates at Snohomish High School, culminated in violence. Court documents revealed the harrowing details of the July 6 car arson and July 7 drive-by shooting in a neighborhood northeast of Blackmans Lake.

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Project Homeless Connect on July 20 offers one-stop help

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Thursday, July 20 will be the annual Project Homeless Connect resource fair giving low-income people many forms of help under one roof. Project Homeless Connect will be held Thursday, July 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Evergreen Middle School (7621 Beverly Lane in Everett).

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Where the four people running for Everett mayor stand

EVERETT — Four candidates are running to become the head of Snohomish County's largest city. This is where they stand on issues such as police staffing, homelessness, and the budget.

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Monroe asked to bring back YMCA contributions

MONROE — The Monroe Y has asked the City Council for funding assistance. Councilmembers agreed that the Y’s value to the community was large, and requested to bring it back as an agenda item to begin talks of re-instating the partnership..

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The Everett Art Walk is this Thursday

EVERETT — The Everett Art Walk has revived itself and is going on every third Thursday of the month in the evening. People can stroll various places at their own leisure.

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Typewriters on the streets


Robert Gillock is sitting at a typewriter in downtown Everett at one of the city’s many typewriters that hit the streets last week for its “Word on the Street” event. He is with his mom Tara Gillock who is helping him navigate the keys for him to answer the daily published question of “what is your favorite thrifty item?” The typewriters are out on the streets at nine downtown locations, such as this one outside Major League Pizza on Colby Avenue, now through Tuesday, Aug. 1. The typewriters are displayed on artist-embellished tables, reflecting the theme of the written word.

A change for Glacier Peak High School

SNOHOMISH — A new principal will be greeting students this fall as Jim Dean follows his heart to run a shelter organization

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Hal Moe Pool likely to be demolished

SNOHOMISH — The plan is to turn the old pool into a park.

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City creating utility bill assistance program for low-income residents

EVERETT — The city’s public works department is building a low-income utilities assistance program for families struggling to pay their utility bills. It could launch in mid-July.

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Gang presence growing, detectives say

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Law enforcers are looking to step up their presence within the community to keep innocent bystanders safe as gang violence is becoming more visible. 
It’ll take a larger effort. 
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and Snohomish Regional Drug & Gang Task Force are tracking an increasing number of gang-related incidents countywide.

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The Kings of Wake


Wakesurfer Callum Bondy of Chicago rides the wake during competition in the Supreme Northwest Wake Surf Open on Lake Tye in Monroe on Sunday, July 16. Unlike wakeboarding, where a boat pulls the rider, wakesurfers drop the rope once they are up, and ride along on the boat’s wake. Amateur surfers from throughout the U.S. and Canada participated in the weekend-long competition, as riders qualified for the Centurion Boats World Wakesurfing Championships in September in British Columbia. The pro wakeboard tour that came to Lake Tye in past summers isn’t scheduled to take to the lake this year.

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