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Maple Avenue fire station not closing, officials insist

SNOHOMISH — Fire District 4’s station on Maple Avenue is not closing — not in mid-September, anyway.
The question arose, though, after a video excerpt from a city tour at the station Wednesday, Aug. 7 posted to Facebook (...) More on this story...


Teen runs to educate against veteran suicides

SNOHOMISH — Who is that teen that runs with the flag on Avenue D in the morning? He does it for a purpose. We caught up with him. 
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Monroe churches can now host temporary homeless tent cities

MONROE — Religious organizations can now host temporary spaces for homeless people to camp in Monroe, a change that aligns city law with state law. No projects are currently on the radar.  More on this story...


Petition to preserve Marshall Field has 700+ signatures

MONROE — A petition for preserving open space that could be sold for housing has more than 700 signatures on it. The field is actively used for Little League games and soccer games. The Monroe School District owns the 12 acres of land.  More on this story...

Past coverage in the July 24 Tribune: Outcry grows against chance Monroe field may become housing


Fire District 4 EMS levy passes, Fire District 7 levy fails

SNOHOMISH — Fire District 4's emergency medical services levy pased by 61 percent. More Snohomish and Monroe elections results here.  More on this story...


Clark Park finds some caretakers

EVERETT — A group is visiting Clark Park to clean it up on a random day each week and has found a following on Facebook. After getting dirty, the group "Clark Park: Active" gets in some playtime with social games open to everyone. More on this story...

Snohomish report shows local impact of opioids

SNOHOMISH — A report that's a work in progress has catalogued local deaths and the outlying effects of opioid abuse.  More on this story...


Everett to re-analyze increasing its limit of pot shops

EVERETT — In Everett, the City Council could be looking soon at expanding the number of marijuana stores. Last week it received data on crime rates and store sales. The council wasn't specifically poised to discuss adding more stores until Councilwoman Liz Vogeli requested opening up the city to 10 shops  More on this story...


Area grocery workers protest over unfavorable union contract talks

MONROE — More than 60 grocery workers from the Teamsters and UFCW unions marched the North Kelsey sidewalk near Fred Meyer midday Aug. 1 to protest contract negotiations that have come to a stall.
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Echo Lake-Lost Lake community is reinforcing neighborhood bonds

SNOHOMISH — The rural area of Echo Lake and Lost Lake, south of state Route 522, is working to build its neighborhood's bonds and be ready in case an emergency hits the area.  More on this story...


HIKE OF THE MONTH:
Sourdough Ridge at Mount Rainier

Enjoy sweet Rainier views from this easy ridge hike in Mount Rainier National Park.
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DNA test helps fill in a Snohomish family’s tree

SNOHOMISH — Raymond Fosburg, 63, of Kalamazoo, Michigan, was 16 when he first heard the rumor that Paul Fosburg, the man he called dad, wasn’t actually his biological father. More on this story...




 

 

  

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