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Fire destroys Judd & Black flagship store

Doug Ramsay photo

Ladder trucks from Everett (left) and Marysville fire departments attempt to douse the flames as fire raced through the Judd & Black appliance store building at 3001 Hewitt Ave. approaching the U.S. 2 trestle on Friday night. A wall also collapsed. The Fire Department as of press time was still working to identify the fire’s origin, but early reports it began in a dumpster have been refuted. Police also are investigating. No one was injured in the three-alarm fire that began around 7:30 p.m. and took a couple of hours to bring under control.


When someone dies by suicide,
the ‘ripple effect’ is real

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Council objects to public program cuts in budget

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Snohomish anti-racism group grows its campaign

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Everett Transit fares set to double

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Teens in trouble can get help with a call or text

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New school officer walking hallowed Snohomish High

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Healthy Waters event gives advice on keeping Puget Sound clean

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Profiles of People: “Old Shoe,” the craftsman
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Snohomish boy golfs his way into championship

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New booklet to inform on opioid epidemic goes public

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

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David Johnston leaves school board seat

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Special focus reports this year from the Tribune

Affordable housing gaps reflect
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Snohomish County’s homeless children widespread


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