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New school officer walking
hallowed Snohomish High

Doug Ramsay photo

Snohomish High School’s resource officer Andre Loranc watches as students stroll through the SHS courtyard.

SNOHOMISH — Snohomish High School’s new resource officer made a winning first impression handing out sugar cookies to dozens of students at Thursday’s Coffee with a Cop event.More...

Everett Transit fares set to double

EVERETT — Everett Transit’s planned fare increases mean riding the city bus will cost $2 by July next year for the average rider, pending City Council approval. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the fare increases at its Wednesday, Sept. 26 meeting with a public hearing before the vote. The meeting will be at 12:30 p.m. as the council meets during the daytime on the fourth week of the month.

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Teens in trouble can get help with a call or text

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The Safe Place hotline helps hurting youth find a little security amid their chaotic reality. The number is 425-877-5171. More on this story...

Profiles of People: “Old Shoe,” the craftsman
downtown Mihail Papadimitriou

.Mihail Papadimitriou is the old-world craftsman who can tell you if you have worthy shoes that can be saved, as long as you aren't causing trouble in his shop.

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Snohomish boy golfs his way into championship

SNOHOMISH — Maverick Stocker, age 8, has earned his ticket to Augusta National after winning the Drive, Chip and Putt golf regional qualifier at Chambers Bay near Tacoma on Sept. 9.

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New booklet to inform on opioid epidemic goes public

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The guide “10 Things to Know About Opioids” contains information on overdoses, hotlines, treatment, crisis support, counseling and recovery groups; programs and service providers; housing support; outreach services for veterans; and efforts geared toward reaching young people.

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Mayor proposes cuts, fees to solve budget

EVERETT — Making “difficult decisions” to address an unsustainable city budget, Mayor Cassie Franklin recently outlined job cuts and service fee increases that include beginning a membership fee to attend the Carl Gipson Senior Center. The City Council will grapple with the budget over the next few months

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Snohomish workshop helps dinosaurs roam

dino picSNOHOMISH — The dinos that are finished up at this workshop can make a big impression almost anywhere. Aided by electronics and person inside, they can walk, talk, play and roar.

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Snohomish drive-by shooter changes plea to guilty, will be sentenced

SNOHOMISH — Hayden Cross Baus and his friends drove to a rival's domicile north of Blackman's Lake and committed a shattering shooting.

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Council praises economic plan’s direction

SNOHOMISH — The five-part plan to increase revenues through careful evaluation, support and growth of the city’s assets.The city's economic development manager also addressed concerns about lighting up a bridge with LEDs.

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Homeless housing site will provide stability, services

EVERETT — The four-story, 65-unit building tucked behind the corner of Evergreen Way and Pecks Drive that is set to give the county's most chronically homeless people permanent housing is on its way.

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A police ride along can give citizens a look at a patrol cop’s night

SNOHOMISH — A ridealong can give perspective on a patrol officer's variety of encounters.

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What happens when affordable housing is lost?

SNOHOMISH — People may be displaced as time is up for its owner's interest and the building is finding buyers. Affordable housing groups couldn't step in. A sale will turn the building into market-rate housing, and circumstances have left the low-income residents living at Sixth Street and Pine Avenue potentially pushed out of the community.

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Special focus reports this year from the Tribune

Affordable housing gaps reflect
countywide crunch for shelter


Snohomish County’s homeless children widespread


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