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New Snohomish Police Chief announced, Rogers out

SNOHOMISH — On Monday afternoon, the city and the sheriff's office announced Captain Robert Palmer as the city's new interim police chief for approximately 90 days, effective Monday. More on this story...


Downtown flower program revived


Doug Ramsay photo

Tom Curd, of Everett, fills a planter with flowers in front of Edward D. Hansen Conference Center at the Angel of the Winds Arena on Hewitt Avenue in Everett last Saturday. Volunteers fought through rain and a mid-morning thunder storm to fill planters along Hewitt and Colby Avenues with the colorful plants.


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On Saturday, May 30, the business organization for downtown, with the help of many volunteers, planted the colorful flowers in the sidewalk planters along the streets. More on this story...


Latest: More activity on First Street Monday night, teen injured in conflict


Snohomish saw no riot Sunday; area Antifa says it did not post message that drew people to First Street

SNOHOMISH — First Street did not see a large-scale protest like what happened in Seattle and Bellevue in response to George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis by a police officer, but rumors that rioters were coming had people lining the sidewalk Sunday, May 31 just in case. The group pinpointed as being the source that Antifa would convene in Snohomish says it never said this. More on this story...

Photo gallery from Sunday, May 31 activity in Snohomish

Mayor Kartak issued a message regarding Sunday's activities,


Snohomish County moves to Phase 2

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — The word of the state's approval came down at 10 a.m. Friday of Snohomish County's request to advance to Phase 2, effective immediately, in the governor’s Safe Start plan. More on this story...

School board member Jerry Martin resigns in light of widespread video

MONROE — School board member Jerry Martin resigned Wednesday after a video showing him not getting involved over a teen's use of derogatory and racial words led to social condemnation. More on this story...


Drive-in church services let worshippers convene again

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Three local churches have found a solution to bring a community aspect back to their service: Drive-in style churches.


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Schools adjusting graduation ceremonies on the fly

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — School districts have been exploring options for students and their families to still formally celebrate receiving a diploma in the upcoming weeks. More on this story...


Fireman mourned after fatal accident while off-duty

MONROE — Marcus Carroll was 23. 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...


This little lamb is part of the neighborhood

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


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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...


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...



Meal service continues through school year
Jim Scolman photo

Two-year-old Louie Bauer and dad Jonathan get a lunch and breakfast sack, as his big brother Abel, and sister Mila wait their turn in the bus door near Emerson Elementary as part of the Snohomish School District’s continued meal services while classrooms are closed. Abel and Mila said they both miss their school classes and friends. Details and meal routes for Snohomish are online at www.sno.wednet.edu/covid19meals

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...


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...




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