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Bids being taken for Carnegie building annex demolition

SNOHOMISH — The city is preparing to demolish part of the Carnegie building downtown to restore the site to its original 1910 footprint.
  More on this story... Published October 2, 2019


Snohomish voters to see school bond this February

SNOHOMISH — Voters will decide on a $470 million capital bond in early February that would pay for building six new elementary schools to replace the old ones, update aging buildings and enhance safety in schools, while also reducing use of portable classrooms. More on this story...


Bickford Avenue repave to delay traffic soon

SNOHOMISH — A Bickford Avenue paving project will begin sometime this month, so expect traffic delays. More on this story...


Everett Schools to consider construction bond for 2020

EVERETT — The Everett School District has a $317 million school construction bond in the works for this spring to replace three elementary schools and more. More on this story...


Suggestions made on Everett supportive housing rules relating to moratorium

EVERETT — The Everett Planning Commission gave some input on how the city's rules to allow supportive housing projects should be shaped. The next meeting is a public hearing on Oct. 15. More on this story...


Food banks bothered by perception in fundraiser

SNOHOMISH — The messaging in a grocer’s campaign to fight hunger is frustrating the directors of several area food banks because Fred Meyer's "Round Up" campaign has left people thinking they're making a direct donation when that's not the case. More on this story...


Volunteer group Spruce Up Snohomish cleans town

SNOHOMISH — A response team is doing weekly cleanups to pick up health hazards and eyesores left by local drug users and litterbugs.
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Fire–city land deal taken off the table

SNOHOMISH — Fire District 4 will regroup before it could re-enter into discussing a land swap with the city for three properties the city and fire district currently co-own. The deal is dead right now.
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Monroe's swifts stayed away this year due to predator

MONROE — Predatory merlins have frightened away the Vaux’s swifts from their popular roosting spot in Frank Wagner Elementary’s chimney, leaving no show for the public. An expert worries whether it means the swifts have abandoned Monroe. The city embraced the little birds as an emblem, including with a public art statue downtown. More on this story...


Tai Chi, for body and mind

SNOHOMISH — Weekly Tai Chi classes at the Snohomish Senior Center avert muscle stiffness and other aging effects. It is about learning to flow. More on this story...


Monroe Schools plans to lease new HQ site

MONROE — Plans are in motion to move the Monroe School District headquarters to a leased location along Hospital Road after a unanimous vote of the school board last week. More on this story...


Electric bikes allowed on paved trails, but not in wilderness

SNOHOMISH — The Centennial Trail, the Interurban Trail and parts of Whitehorse Trail are the three spots around the county you can ride an e-bike. More on this story...



Today’s safest football helmet unattainable to some

EVERETT — Football season is just starting, and the top performer is inaccessible to most public school football programs.
That might be no surprise: It’s expensive.
Some parents are unfazed and are putting up the dough to make sure kids are protected.  
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