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Snohomish Fire District 4 former Fire Chief Mark Collins and his wife, Nancy, visit with guests during a retirement party for him Wednesday, Jan. 2. Collins retired last week after 31 years with the fire district. Just over 100 guests attended the event at the district’s headquarters at Station 43. Collins was hired as a firefighter in June 1981 and became chief in 2005. Deputy Chief Ron Simmons will take over as the interim chief until fire commissioners make a decision on a permanent chief.
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Two participants move quickly to get out of the water during the 37th annual Polar Bear Plunge into the Pilchuck River on New Year’s Day. An estimated 250 people participated this year as the air temperature hovered around the 31-degree mark. While most of those who ventured into the water just walked out a few feet from shore, a few dove all the way in or waded to the other side.

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Police believe the driver who struck and killed a bicyclist on U.S. 2 Dec. 26 was driving a truck similar to this one. This is not the actual truck involved. READ MORE

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Harry Cornwell, 64, poses with his bicycle on First Street in Snohomish last week. In November, he completed the Florida Ironman Triathlon. READ MORE

 


 

City Council selects planning commissioner to fill seat
EVERETT - The City Council last week appointed businessman Scott Murphy to fill retired Councilman Arlan Hatloe’s seat.
Murphy is ascending from the city’s planning commission.
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Police looking for driver who hit bicyclist
MONROE - The driver of the truck that struck and killed a bicyclist at the intersection of Old Owen Road and U.S. 2 late last month has yet to be identified. The truck hasn’t been recovered either.
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Riverfront developer may be looking to sell
City Council to get update on project Wednesday, Jan. 9
EVERETT - The developer stuck to the stalled Snohomish Riverfront property may want to sell the rights to another developer.
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Traffic light at First and Avenue D should be up soon
SNOHOMISH - Subcontractors working for the city are still waiting for the last pieces to arrive so that final work can be completed on a new traffic light at First Street and Avenue D.
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Health officials: flu season severe, vaccine best protection
3 Snohomish County residents die from flu
EVERETT - The flu is spreading and the worst of the season is predicted to come later this month as health officials call this flu season the most severe since 2009.
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Retired Snohomish teacher finishes Ironman
SNOHOMISH - When most people near retirement, they think of ways to unwind and catch up on lost past times. Retired Snohomish High School teacher Harry Cornwell went a different direction and unknowingly began gearing up for the greatest physical challenge of his life.
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Valley General names new CEO
MONROE - Valley General Hospital’s lengthy wait to find its new partner in EvergreenHealth is finally over, and the hospital has picked a new CEO to head the partnership.
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