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Doc’s Pilchuck Tavern set to reopen


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Entertainment and sound manager Rob Bramblett, owner Felicia Perry, manager Alisha Tiland and bartender Sunshine King smile inside the bar on the South Machias Road long known as Doc's Pilchuck Tavern. It will be renamed "Papa Phil's Riverside Roadhouse" to honor Perry's father but will be keeping Doc's signage and hometown feel.

MACHIAS — The dormant Doc's Pilchuck Tavern may soon be ready to be a social spot again. More on this story...

SHS students build tiny house for homeless people

SNOHOMISH — A homeless person will soon sleep in a sturdy, safe tiny home that doubles as an art installation thanks to talented students at Snohomish High School. More on this story...

Everett plastic bag ban discussed by City Council

EVERETT — A ban against letting stores offer commonly disposed plastic carrying bags is being discussed. The proposal will now be going before a council committee in mid-November for more discussion instead of going to a streamlined final vote on Oct. 31; council members had some concerns. More on this story...

Council elections using districts, EMS levy on ballots

EVERETT LOGOEVERETT — Residents are voting on three city ballot measures, two of which are about changing the City Council to use district elections. The third measure asks to reset the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy to 50 cents. More on this story...

Elementary students learn the ABCs of fire safety

SNOHOMISH — People of every age can use a lesson or two. More on this story...


“People’s” Monte Cristo Awards revives event canceled by city

EVERETT — The city’s Monte Cristo Awards are this Thursday, Oct. 25. More on this story...

Like any good cook, students learn where their ingredients come from

SNOHOMISH — Receiving food straight from the source, Glacier Peak's culinary classes received a helping hand from a number of area farmers. More on this story...

City hopes tax break will spark development

SNOHOMISH — The City Council sounds amenable toward giving an exemption on property taxes for new developments in part of the city.
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Sales tax measure is to avert trouble with radios

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A countywide ballot measure to apply a new sales tax is to pay for replacing the radios carried by emergency responders and upgrading to next-generation networking.
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Everett Comics’ 35-year pageturner

EVERETT — The local shop Everett Comics has withstood a fire, competition and life changes. More on this story...

Kartak’s $53m budget cautiously rides city’s growth

SNOHOMISH — On paper, the budget is pretty balanced.
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Profiles of People: "A working love"

SNOHOMISH — Lynda and Rick Condon are two people who have shared 50 years together living life.
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65th annual Serpentine a sea of red



The farm that sparked area’s pumpkin tourism

SNOHOMISH — A teacher's request 35 years ago was the genesis for a humongous agritourism draw for the area. More on this story...



 

 

  

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