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Bang those drums

Harmonee Adams, 3 (right) and Stella Dixon, 7, both of Everett, beat on Djembe drums while participating in the “Playing with Music” class conducted by Marco Cortes at the Imagine Children’s Museum on Sunday, March 8. The COVID-19 virus has caused closures to some facilities and postponed or canceled events in the area. The museum is remaining open with its normal hours, but asks that before visiting to make sure everyone in your family or group is feeling well and does not have a cough or fever.


Church comes together to install solar panels

MONROE — In looking to reduce its carbon footprint, a church congregation raised to money to cover much of the roof in renewable energy. 
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COVID-19 virus: what you can do

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Effective hand-washing and social distancing are some of the ways to help prevent spreading the new coronavirus, COVID-19.  More on this story...


Everett may look to residents to help city budget with more taxes

EVERETT — City leaders are warning that Everett’s budget is nearing the point of having to cut services if it doesn’t take new steps to fix its cash flow. One idea that may appear on ballots this year is a city request for a property tax lid lift.  More on this story...


Affordable housing gets spotlight in county report

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The recommendations from the Housing Affordability Regional Task force (HART) attempt to match needs with reality regarding affordable housing.  More on this story...


Everett gains a semi-pro soccer team: Everett Jets FC

EVERETT — A new semi-pro soccer team will be taking flight this spring when Everett Jets FC play their inaugural season at Everett Memorial Stadium.  More on this story...


Snohomish Chalet to close

SNOHOMISH — The center caring for people with brain injuries is only one in this state, and it runs on a tight budget. Limitations in government payments for the patients there factored into the decision. More on this story...

One man’s journey into recovery

MONROE — He knows his addiction hurt people in the past. Now, a graduate of the county's jail diversion center is looking to rebuild his life.  More on this story...


Benefit concert aims to help Historic Everett Theatre stay open

EVERETT — The Historic Everett Theatre, which is a registered nonprofit and opened its doors in 1901, is struggling with upkeep and preservation. A concert that's now happened hoped to help create much-needed cash.  More on this story...


Everett Schools bond asks to replace elementaries, upgrade high schools

EVERETT — A school bond request for April's ballot would fix elementary schools, but ditches the plan to build a new fourth high school.  More on this story...


Method to select Avenue D committee members debated

SNOHOMISH — A debate on control over how much information City Council members will get on the applicants to the Midtown Planning Task Force happened last week among the city's elected officials.  More on this story...


Incidents leave Chain Lake parents wanting answers

MONROE — Student safety concerns at Chain Lake Elementary prompted an all-parent meeting last week where people aired grievances about classtime disruptions, bullying and other conflicts.  More on this story...


New face at Animal Shelter looks to excite

EVERETT — The Everett Animal Shelter added a person who hopes you'll give the shelter and its animals not only a second look but also a helping hand.  More on this story...

 


Newest stoplight on Bickford wasn’t city-funded

SNOHOMISH — The new light coming at the entry to Bickford Motors is another step in the avenue's changes. A light at Bickford and Weaver is forthcoming.  More on this story...


Carnegie being readied for its next chapter

SNOHOMISH — The squared-off addition to the Carnegie Building, a 1968 add-on to enlarge the building when it was the city's public library, is now rubble.  More on this story...


Erosion at Pilchuck Park in Snohomish being monitored

SNOHOMISH — The riverbank has eroded next to Pilchuck Park, and city employees are watching to see if it worsens.  
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Hitting all the high notes: SHS Band celebrates 90 years

SNOHOMISH — The hometown band program is 90 years strong as a mainstay in school, and one could say it is also a survivor in today's cutbacks in education. An alumni concert is planned for this April. More on this story...


 

  

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