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Growing for the food bank


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The Julia V. Morris Centennial Garden, next to the Sky Valley Food Bank at 233 Sky River Parkway in Monroe, helps grow fresh fruit and vegetables for the food bank. Above, garden volunteer Lori Heffner plants cabbage starts from her home greenhouse last month. Julia Morris founded the food bank 45 years ago. The garden was planted in 1999 and named in Morris’ memory. Volunteers tend the garden as a community effort. To connect with them on Facebook, find the group “Friends of JVM Food Bank Garden.”



Snohomish chiropractor accused of sex crimes

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Captured: Man who admitted to fatal 1987 EvCC fire skips murder sentencing hearing

EVERETT — A search for Elmer Nash, Jr. was successful and he was apprehended within 48 hours after he skipped his court sentencing hearing for murder charges Friday.
Nash was to face a superior court judge for his role in the fire set in the library at Everett Community College in 1987 which resulted in the death of firefighter Gary Parks during the response. Nash was 12-years-old when it happened.
Detectives caught up with Nash, of Snohomish, and took him into custody earlier this year.
In March, 47-year-old Elmer Nash Jr. pleaded guilty to first-degree murder at an arraignment in Snohomish County Superior Court.

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Monroe neighborhood’s attempt to solve speeding was blunted, but now city making uniform policy

MONROE — The neighborhood posted its own radar signs for many months until being given a takedown notice saying the independent act posed liabilities for the city. The neighborhood is asking to work with the city to give a legal permit to put permanent speed signs back up.

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Housebound? There’s a way to get a vaccine in Snohomish County

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Snohomish Farmers Market hits 30 seasons of freshness on May 6

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How to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Snohomish County

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Everybody over age 16 is eligibile for a COVID-19 vaccine in Washington state.
To get set up, a vaccine locator website for finding appointments is at https://vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov/
The website has information on where vaccination appointments are available in real-time.
Starting May 5, people will not be required to register for an appointment from one of the county's mass vaccination sites, as some vaccines will be available without appointments. Appointments are still highly recommended by the Snohomish Health District.
Vaccines are free and do not require insurance.
The county has seven other vaccination sites. Among them are the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe, the Arlington Airport, the Angel of the Winds arena in downtown Everett, Boom City in Tulalip, the Ash Way Park & Ride in Lynnwood, a walk-up center near the Boeing factory and at Edmonds College.
People can call for assistance in booking an appointment through the county health district’s COVID-19 call center. The number is 425-339-5278.
The call center is intended for people who do not have internet access, need language assistance, or have other barriers to online registration, the Snohomish Health District says.
Numerous pharmacies have the vaccine as well, and appointments can be made through the state locator, which is again https://vaccinelocator.doh.wa.gov/

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Lake Roesiger ecosystem to be studied

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Call to relocate Everett Planned Parenthood opponents can’t be done

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