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Targeting a world championship: Teen archer heading overseas to compete




Erin White, a 15-year-old Monroe High sophomore, will compete in Italy this September as one of five Washingtonians representing
the U.S. in the World Archery Field Championships. Here, she practices shooting her recurve bow.

MONROE — Monroe High School sophomore Erin White and friends share her story on how the dedicated field archer will be competing soonin archery's world championships.
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Beekeepers alarmed by chemical spray near school gardens, hives

SNOHOMISH — Centennial Middle School students’ plans to bring their produce to market were scrapped after blackberries several feet away from their organic school garden were sprayed with herbicides.

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Plastic bag ban may go before Everett council

City of Everett logoEVERETT — A plastic bag ban may go before the Everett City Council as soon as next month.

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70 years later, postwar Panthers get together to reminisce

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News Bites for August 22, 2018

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Separate meetings on Thursday, Aug. 23 focus on Snohomish's Second Street project and Clearview's concerms. Additonally, Monroe aims to allow ATVs on the backroads to Sultan.

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Rebuilt Salem Woods and Frank Wagner elementaries,
plus Park Place Middle, readying for school year

MONROE — Students will be entering freshly readied new schools this September.

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HIKE OF THE MONTH: Granite Mountain

Hike to a restored fire lookout and some of the best views in the Snoqualmie Pass area.

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School supplies can strain budgets - where to get help

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — School supplies can cost an average of $80 a kid. There are some places offering help.

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A world of riparian wildlife

EVERETT — The Northwest Stream Center is offering free admission from Aug. 22 to 26. Learn about the world of riparian wildlife and what to see.

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Junior football team adds helmet caps to reduce brain damage risk

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Allowing addiction service clinics in downtown Everett debated

By MICHAEL WHITNEY Published August 15, 2018    Allowing addiction service clinics in downtown Everett debated  EVERETT — People spoke up about whether to allow substance abuse clinics downtown last week, and the council is yet to make up its mind. A voteEVERETT —
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Freshest officers for Monroe Police have family in the force

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Monroe in-town shuttle bus to Duvall starts service

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On rural roads, sharing the pavement requires patience

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Preliminary Snohomish economic growth plan previewed

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Wild adventures on the Wild Sky

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Overdoses examined

overdoseSNOHOMISH COUNTY —
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Blueberry farmers finding success from superfood status

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Special focus reports this year from the Tribune

Affordable housing gaps reflect
countywide crunch for shelter

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Snohomish County’s homeless children widespread

Sealed ‘til Everett’s 175th


Doug Ramsay photo

Edison Dippery, 2, has his hand traced onto a postcard by his mother Mary Fosse, while dad Mike Dippery helps during the City of Everett’s 125th anniversary time capsule sealing at the library main branch on Sunday, Aug 19. Well over 100 postcards that held messages of the thoughts of Everett today and predictions for the future were placed in the capsule, not to be opened until 2068. Some cards also had photos attached by the writers of themselves or places they enjoy. The capsule also holds copies of the Sunday edition of the Everett Herald, last week’s Tribune and several other items from present-day Everett.


  

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