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Even with damp conditions, a big crowd came out Friday, Oct. 20 to cheer Snohomish High School as the whole student population marches onto First Street from Avenue A for the annual Snohomish Serpentine. The Serpentine goes back more than 80 years of tradition for the homecoming festivities, capped off with a football game and dance. Snohomish won the game 47 to 6.

Everett's Mayoral race has two established candidates and a write-in

EVERETT — Interviews with mayoral candidates Cassie Franklin, Judy tuohy and Gary Watts.

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Monroe mayoral candidates see challenges ahead

MONROE — Interviews with mayoral candidates Jim Kamp and incumbent Geoffrey Thomas.

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Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson will end his term as being 14 years as the city's mayor. What will he do next?

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Lake Tye, riverside parks being planned, meeting on Nov. 1 ahead

MONROE — Plans are under-way to mark more definitive futures for Lake Tye Park and the Cadman riverside site.
The city is master planning the two sites, and will hold a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 1 to discuss the plans. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. at the Monroe Boys and Girls Club, 261 Sky River Parkway.

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Monroe City Council candidates answer questions on the issues

MONROE — Three City Council incumbents face challengers this year, while a fourth, Councilwoman Patsy Cudaback, is getting a free pass without an opponent.
The Tribune asked a few simple questions to each candidate by email, and here are their responses.

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Billions in new K-12 funding is no windfall for schools

$7.3 billion in additional state money will be put into the K-12 education system over the next four years with the intent to finally put the McCleary decision to rest, but as school district officials put it, it's no magic windfall and changes in the system poses new challenges for operating locally.

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Snohomish Mayoral candidates differ on many issues

SNOHOMISH — Where John Kartak and Karen Guzak stand on the issues.

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Snohomish Council Candidates speak out on the issues

SNOHOMISH — The Tribune asked a few simple questions to each candidate by email on issues such as the Carnegie Building and marijuana, and here are their responses.

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Many getting into the spirit in the Riverside Neighborhood

EVERETT — The Riverside Neighborhood in northeast Everett has embraced an annual Halloween decorating contest with the hope of transforming Riverside into a “frightfully, delightful community.”

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Food banks can use your help, but cash is king

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Food banks report that they can use the public's help with filling their stocks, but cash helps each food bank stretch its buying power for buying healthful food in bulk.

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Monroe Police bust drug, gun operation

MONROE — The Police Department busted a small heroin and guns operation in late August at an Everett storage shed.

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Everett Station area could blossom into a neighborhood, group says

EVERETT — A private workgroup thinks that it has a key to help revitalize the Everett Station area into a neighborhood with plenty of transit-oriented development.

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Wearing a glove, Daniel Strusevych, 3, of Everett reaches out to hold a “Boo Bubble” that his mother forms using a mixture of water, dish soap and dry ice at the Evergreen Branch Library on Saturday, Oct. 21. That afternoon, children were taught how to use dry ice to perform various scientific tricks.

Why wasn’t Cascade’s  greenhouse program saved?

EVERETT — A five-year saga that began with a student’s question ended abruptly this summer with the dismantling of Cascade High School’s food-producing greenhouse and a nascent aquaponics system.

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