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Playing with the bells and whistles

Doug Ramsay photo

Wesley Bruton, 2, of Redmond looks up at the gauges, while his sister Caroline, 4, pulls the cord to blow the whistle on the Imagine Children’s Museum’s newly remodeled train exhibit on Saturday, Sept. 9. The two were accompanied by their grandmother Tammie Enders of Snohomish. The museum in Everett reopened on Sept. 9 after being closed for a week for maintenance and cleaning. It has several refurbished and new exhibits including the steam locomotive that features a simulated firebox and button-activated locomotive sounds.

Two teens arrested in stabbing on Ave. E

SNOHOMISH — A man who confronted teens on this property was stabbed. Police call the incident a random one. Police were seeking two additional teens connected to the incident as of press time. 

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Park Place Middle is new, decked in blue, and state-of-the-art

MONROE — An open house was held Tuesday, Sept. 5 with parents and kids largely giving wide acclaim for the new school. Teachers are smitten with the new tech. Many classrooms have 75-inch touchscreens that have a Microsoft Surface computer built in to provide interactive learning.

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Council considering loading dock noise limits

SNOHOMISH — The City Council has heard an earful from neighbors annoyed by deliveries at nearby stores, and decided to get public input on changing the city noise codes.

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Push made for second methadone clinic in Everett

EVERETT — The City Council is interested in seeing zoning changes accelerated to provide the framework that would allow a second methadone clinic to locate in the city.

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Needle cleanup kits available to public

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Before picking up used heroin needles, you may consider picking up a needle safety kit. One thousand needle collection kits will be available for free from the Snohomish Health District starting this week.

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Pets get a dog's day out at the senior center

SNOHOMISH — The Snohomish Senior Center welcomed a bunch of furry friends on Friday, Sept. 8.

Senior center executive director Sharon Burlison brought along her 14-year-old Jack Russell Terrier and her toddler-aged granddaughter.

Adoption groups also attended the pet day.

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Snohomish Pie Co. donates thousands to hurricane relief

SNOHOMISH — People lined First Street Thursday, Aug. 31 to provide a slice of a large-scale donation headed to Hurricane Harvey victims.

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Opioid detox center looking for a home

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — An opioid addiction treatment center has spent many months looking for a city to call home. A deal in Snohomish supported by local leaders fell through. 

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Monroe cleans up multiple camp sites in parks in August

MONROE — Over the month of August, city parks staff put in dozens of hours cleaning up illegal encampments, leading to dozens of trash bags of debris being hauled out. 

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$1.5 million claim made against Snohomish County

EVERETT — A woman filed a $1.5 million claim against Snohomish County last week over an incident where deputies arrived at her and her husband's home in June. The woman had her finger broken in a scuffle, but 911 call logs show medical aid was called off by an intervening sergeant multiple times. Deputies in the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office were disciplined over the incident.

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Project captures farmers’ histories, and more voices wanted

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — Longtime family farmers are being asked to sit down for an interview to capture and honor the area's history. Call the Snohomish County Farm Bureau if interested. Details inside.

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Clearview town hall discusses heroin, traffic issues

CLEARVIEW — Tough talk about opioid problems and the area's traffic woes punctuated the sparsely attended meeting.

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Yoga at sunset

Kaitlyn Price photo

Snohomish community members join in for a free Sunset Slow Flow Yoga class held at Skydive Snohomish in the middle of Harvey Airfield. This class was lead by yoga instructor Haley McElderry from Spark Hot Yoga Studio on Thursday, Aug. 31. The studio closed for one week for a remodeling project.

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