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Roesiger's descendant captures his journals in new book

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Monika Teuscher-Schramm, left, and Clara-Jean Heirman visit over the late Bob Heirman’s story about Lake Roesiger and Teuscher-Schramm’s new book “On the Trail of Richard Roesiger: A Pioneer’s Life in the Pacific Northwest” at the Heirman residence on July 20. Teuscher-Schramm was in the area for her book signing and to see the lake her great-uncle settled.

SNOHOMISH — The great-niece of Snohomish pioneer Richard Roesiger, who has a lake named after him, utilized his journals from the 1800s to give a glimpse of how this burgeoning area formed.

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Former county yard on Avenue D may be ready to sell

SNOHOMISH — The land which once was a Snohomish County maintenance site, off Avenue D and Bonneville Avenue, is nearing its final stages of ecological clean-up and could potentially host an affordable housing site someday.

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Teens steal two ‘gators’ from SHS, take joy ride

SNOHOMISH — Two teens went on a joy ride with the most unlikely vehicle.

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This dairy farm is making energy with manure

MONROE — Using digesters that convert manure into energy, the Werkhoven farm is putting power to the people one "cow patty" at a time.

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Monroe Police’s embedded social worker program seeing results

MONROE — Elisa Delgado is roaming the streets looking for people who need help.

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Truck noises at Snohomish Station keeping neighbors awake

SNOHOMISH — Neighbors of the Snohomish Station are frustrated with early morning truck noise and with the City Council for its decision last week to take no further action to bridge communications, or try to actively enforce noise ordinance issues...

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Hope and healing: Hundreds served at Project Homeless Connect

EVERETT — The halls were filled July 20 at Evergreen Middle School with hundreds of people, lots lugging backpacks, lunching in the cafeteria, and signing up at a multitude of booths at the ninth annual Project Homeless Connect.

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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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Grass fire on Second Street caused by curious crow

Fire District 4 firefighters and witness Ray Vermillion look where a crow had flown into the power line transformer and blew it on Monday, July 24. Power to the Tribune offices, the chiropractor’s office and Farmers Insurance office was out for almost one hour.

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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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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