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A shopper reaches for an apple while shopping at the Triangle Market in Everett on Saturday, July 7.


EVERETT —What started as a tent that Kelso pitched on the site in 1997, and turned into an open air red barn 15 years ago, has transformed again by meshing old and new with a sprinkle of ice cream cones. More on this story...

 

Headway may come soon in Snohomish on late night noise

SNOHOMISH — A rule being considered will force stores to tamp down noise from trucks and loading docks, and makes neighbors the whistleblowers. The City Council will consider the rule at its July 17 meeting starting at 6 p.m.

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Monroe teen vaping exceeds state averages

MONROE — A higher-than-average number of Monroe teenagers are using vape devices, from a self-reporting study. One in four sophomores reported vaping with THC, the hallucinogen in marijuana, in the past 30 days at the time of the study.

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SR 92 and North Machias Road closure continues through July 19

SNOHOMISH — A project to improve fish passages will interrupt drivers on state Road 92 to Machias. Two separate routes will be signed for these closures at state Route 92 and North Machias Road.

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Vital bridges along Mukilteo Boulevard to get seismic fixes

EVERETT — Three bridges along Mukilteo Boulevard will receive attention in the coming years to overcome vulnerabilities to earthquakes.

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County Courthouse renovation project to begin in August

EVERETT — The expansion and renovation of the Snohomish County Courthouse campus should get underway next month.

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Flowing Lake Park to receive additional parking, development

SNOHOMISH — The northside park that acts as a camping ground and fishing hole will get some improvements in the next few years.

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Effort to stamp out plastic straws begins in Snohomish

SNOHOMISH — A group is starting a campaign to have people rethink using plastic straws.

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Special return of The Hub’s burgers is for kidney disease awareness

SNOHOMISH — On Saturday, July 14, a few hundred lucky customers can get their Hub Drive-In burger fix, just the way they like it, said former owner Steve Dana. It's for kidsney disease awareness and the mission is both improtant and critical.

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Rivers not yet ready for swimming during this summer

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A swim in the river right now could be fatal because the water is cold and the currents are swift. Stick to a lake and wear a life jacket, officials say.

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Ferguson Park suggestions look to boost fun

SNOHOMISH — A raft of suggestions for the lakeside park are being considered.

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Lions build a den to benefit community

SNOHOMISH — When a new house constructed in six months sells, the Snohomish Lions will use the proceeds to benefit the community for the next 20 to 25 years.

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Officials share strategies to keep Monroe students safe

MONROE — Move - Evade - Defend, and other strategies, are being taught to students for if a life-threatening attacker is on campus.

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Many free meal options for kids are close by

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — While students look forward to their summer vacation, not all have the same availability to eat regular meals like they would during the school year.
To keep all children fed, the Snohomish, Monroe and Everett school districts are holding weekday summer meal programs.

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Guns being found in all sorts of places in Everett

Lunchtime concert series season opens

Doug Ramsay photo

EVERETT — The Music on the Plaza concert series started with a bit of rain as the Seattle based band New Age Flamenco performed for a sparse audience due to the weather on Wednesday, June 13. Above, band members Ernesto Pediangco, left and Vidas Svagzdys perform one of the band’s signature style Latin and Caribbean songs. The concert series continues Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. through July 25 at the Snohomish County Campus Plaza Amphitheater in Everett, at the corner of Rockefeller Avenue and Wall Street. No concert July 4.

 

  

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