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Like any good cook, students learn where their ingredients come from




Glacier Peak High School freshman Ellie Middendorf (right) watches as fellow freshman Adie Stratton takes a bite out of a just-picked ear of sweet corn as the two were on their school culinary program’s tour of Bob’s Corn farm near Snohomish on Wednesday, Oct. 10.

SNOHOMISH — Receiving food straight from the source, Glacier Peak's culinary classes received a helping hand from a number of area farmers. More on this story...

City hopes tax break will spark development

SNOHOMISH — The City Council sounds amenable toward giving an exemption on property taxes for new developments in part of the city.
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Sales tax measure is to avert trouble with radios

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A countywide ballot measure to apply a new sales tax is to pay for replacing the radios carried by emergency responders and upgrading to next-generation networking.
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Everett Comics’ 35-year pageturner

EVERETT — The local shop Everett Comics has withstood a fire, competition and life changes. More on this story...

Kartak’s $53m budget cautiously rides city’s growth

SNOHOMISH — On paper, the budget is pretty balanced.
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Profiles of People: "A working love"

SNOHOMISH — Lynda and Rick Condon are two people who have shared 50 years together living life.
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Gardeners have easy entry to a world of new knowledge through Master title

EVERETT — Master Gardener is not just a title, it becomes an experience that can be attained at next to free.
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65th annual Serpentine a sea of red



The farm that sparked area’s pumpkin tourism

SNOHOMISH — A teacher's request 35 years ago was the genesis for a humongous agritourism draw for the area. More on this story...


Preserving Heirman property as future park is
what Bob wanted

SNOHOMISH — A future city park is coming for residents that also keeps the Heirman homestead away from developers. It was where the beloved conservationist Bob grew up. Keeping it natural was exactly what Bob wanted. More on this story...

Latest city budget changes ensure
Jetty Island trips, may keep animal farm

EVERETT LOGOEVERETT —A new set of budget revisions walked back a plan hinging on Jetty Island receiving tourism grants to operate, and some City Council members want an earmark to keep the Forest Park petting zoo that's slated to be eliminated. The money comes from lessening the city pension contribution. More on this story...

Far-off fix for 522-Paradise Lake Road clog site discussed

MALTBY — Traffic engineers are deciding between two ideas for the 522-Paradise Lake Road interchange and presented the plans to an audience of more than 200 frustrated commuters last week. More on this story...

Pilchuck Dam to be removed to let salmon run easier

SNOHOMISH — The City of Snohomish and Tulalip Tribes are collaborating to remove the infrastructure and let the river revert to its natural state. More on this story...

Morse family convenes at GAR

SNOHOMISH — A few searches connected a spread-out family that includes Snohomish's police chief from decades ago. More on this story...

“People’s” Monte Cristo Awards revives event canceled by city

EVERETT — A dedicated cadre of volunteers are preparing to raise the roof at the city’s Monte Cristo Awards for extraordinarily well kept homes on Oct. 25. More on this story...

PUD board candidates give views on solar, nuclear

EVERETT — The candidates for the PUD board answered questions at a candidate forum Sept. 24. More on this story...

When someone dies by suicide,
the ‘ripple effect’ is real

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A youth's suicide can influence others in negative ways. There are ways to help prevent it. More on this story...


 

 

 

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