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Photo gallery from Sunday, May 31 activity in Snohomish

SNOHOMISH — Rumors of Antifa coming to Snohomish brought out a large crowd. An updated story with additional details not in our Facebook report is in this week's Tribune coming to newsstands Tuesday.


Mayor Kartak issued a message regarding Sunday's activities,



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This little lamb in Fobes Hill
is part of the neighborhood

Doug Ramsay photo

Olivia Marzolf, 9, leads Arlo the lamb for a usual stroll in her Fobes Hill area neighborhood west of Snohomish last week.

SNOHOMISH —
A family's lamb happily lives as part of the neighborhood, and has a story behind it. More on this story...


Updated: Mayor reverses on Wood Creek property surplus

EVERETT — Mayor Cassie Franklin on Wednesday directed staff to not have the Wood Creek property up for sale for the time being.
Residents in the Eastmont and Valley View neighborhoods nestled above Wood Creek hope city leaders will never sell the 100-acre forest next door as public surplus land. More on this story...


SHS and GP robotics team making 3D-printed PPE
for medical centers across the Northwest

SNOHOMISH — Students at Snohomish and Glacier Peak high schools have teamed up with professional manufacturers to jointly build personal protective equipment supplies desperately needed in the medical field, and are donating these across the Northwest.


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Local wedding pros, faced with little to do, lost $1.1mil

SNOHOMISH — A state ban on large gatherings, followed by a shutdown of non-essential businesses since March 23 has largely stopped weddings, leaving the local industry stuck with lost revenue.


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Snohomish barber given final warning

SNOHOMISH — The Stag barbershop has been given a final warning from the state Attorney General's office to stop operating while haircuts are disallowed under COVID-19 restrictions. More on this story...


Carnegie work beginning to reveal original features

SNOHOMISH — Progress continues on the Carnegie Building’s restoration, as crews lately are moving the earth and preparing to install a new front stairway. This week, the original tiles may be revealed. More on this story...


Everett’s senior center members fear closure will last for years

EVERETT — The city’s closure of the Carl Gipson Senior Center in a multimillion dollar city budget cut has its members feeling apprehensive that the center is lost forever and will be sidelined in future budget decisions. Its former director came up with a proposal how to finance its reopening, but this is debated. More on this story...


Snohomish mayor aiming for higher election office

SNOHOMISH — Inspired to run, Snohomish Mayor John Kartak has filed to run for a state house seat in the 44th Legislative District against incumbent state Rep. John Lovick, who’s already filed to retain his seat. Other election filings are also in this story. More on this story...


Snohomish’s fire chief retiring late next month

SNOHOMISH — Ron Simmons plans to call it a day after a lifetime of service. More on this story...


State to use contact tracing and expand testing for COVID-19

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The state has a team of almost 1,400 people to trace coronavirus cases to keep on top of stopping it from spreading. More on this story...


Rebel barber of Snohomish risks slap by regulators

SNOHOMISH — The owner of the Stag barbershop on Avenue D may be risking his business if he continues giving haircuts — something he’s adamant is his right to do — while the state prohibits it under a coronavirus-related safety restriction. Regulators sent new warning letters Friday to the shop. More on this story...


Opioid recovery sessions find new success being online

EVERETT — Using Facebook and telemedicine tools, opioid counseling and recovery services are finding success in keeping clients on-course beyond what they hoped. More on this story...


County’s homeless individuals being cared for during pandemic

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A host of agencies are coordinating efforts to keep the novel coronavirus in check among the county’s homeless population. More on this story...


Explore Snohomish’s magnificent trees on your own

SNOHOMISH — You can still take the spring tree tour on your own and maintain social distancing. Here are the trees and where to find them. More on this story...


Snohomish Schools to increase meal prices

SNOHOMISH — A school meal will cost 25 cents more this fall. More on this story...


Farmers markets adjusting to new COVID-19 rulebook

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Farmers markets are opening, but things are likely going to feel a lot different than usual. More on this story...


Everett sheds programs to try to keep head above water

EVERETT — No access to the senior center. No access to the municipal pool. No Fourth of July parade. No Animal Farm. A slew of cuts are being made as a byproduct impact of COVID-19 diminishing sales tax revenue for the city. More on this story...


Everett Port adds floating pump that cleans the bay

EVERETT — The Port of Everett has added a Seabin device that cleans the water around it, and students at EvCC's ocean studies program have been a key part to its existence. More on this story...


Renters get reprieve until June, but what happens next?

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The state's moratorium on rent being due is extended to June 4, but what have been the effects so far and happens after this timeframe concludes? More on this story...




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Getting back in the swing of things

Doug Ramsay photo

Several golfers enjoyed the warm, sunny weather by visiting the Snohomish Valley Golf Center’s driving range back on Saturday, May 9, the week when golf was reopened to the public, to take advantage of the opening of some recreational facilities.

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Tennis, motorsports and guided outdoor sports such as river rafting got the green light, with limitations, from Gov. Jay Inslee late last week. More on this story...


 

  

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