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Miracle League has 20 years of making memories in Monroe


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MONROE —The crack of the bat. The bonds formed.
Miracle League gets everyone in the game, and has a story behind it.
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Snohomish High's "The Addams Family" plays up wackiness

SNOHOMISH — The Snohomish High theater club is taking “The Addams Family” to the stage with musical numbers and over-the-top comedy. The troupe concludes its run of shows on Friday and Saturday.
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Everett council approves changing Riverfront plans, deadline

EVERETT — The City Council last week unanimously approved changes to the master plan for the Riverfront Development. More on this story...


Seniors gravitating toward cannabis - is it right for you?

MONROE — Seniors may be becoming more open to cannabis for healing aches and inflammations. An audience at the Monroe Community Senior Center received a "Cannabis 101" lesson last week. More on this story...

City projects find funding from state Legislature

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The city of Snohomish found its missing piece to renovate the Carnegie Building: A $500,000 capital budget request, finishing up what’s needed for the project’s estimated $2.1 million budget. Everett, Monroe and the county also received funding. More on this story...

EvergreenHealth Monroe hospital regroups after levy failure

MONROE — The hospital is working from its backup plan as voters declined a levy request by almost 60 percent. More on this story...

Everett has numerous new housing projects underway

EVERETT — More than 1,000 private and specialty housing units are in development right now across the city. More on this story...

2019 Olympia Legislative wrapup:
What passed and what didn’t

OLYMPIA — A legislative roundup from this year's session, including a couple of bills locals talked about which didn't pass. More on this story...

Farmers markets kickstarting
their seasons


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SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Farmers markets, featuring fresh food from local vendors, are beginning to blossom starting this month.
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ATV group would like to ride on Snohomish city roads

SNOHOMISH — An ATV group is asking the city to let people ride on the streets. Doing so would match neighboring cities in Sultan, Monroe and Lake Stevens, the group says. More on this story...

Second Street plans, still being tweaked, aim to make road safer

SNOHOMISH — Plans for Second Street corridor would transform the stretch into a more pedestrian-friendly road. In addition, a recent pedestrian safety emphasis by the Police Department showed motorists are blowing by pedestrians wanting to use crosswalks. More on this story...

Everett Transit low-income fare approved, begins July 1

EVERETT — Beginning in July, Everett Transit will offer a $1.50 fare for eligible low-income riders. More on this story...

Supporting orcas, Snohomian does hunger protest at state Capitol

SNOHOMISH — Lanni Johnson expected to conclude a 17-day fast Wednesday in support of orcas. The Snohomish resident wants to build political weight to get Gov. Jay Inslee to stand on removing the dams along the lower Snake River in southeast Washington. More on this story...


 

 

  

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