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The controversial wakeboard park project at Lake Tye is one step closer to getting the final green light to start construction. READ MORE
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Everett City Councilman Scott Murphy takes the oath of office from municipal Judge Joe Wilson at the start of the Wednesday, Jan. 16 City Council meeting. Murphy was appointed by the council to fill Arlan Hatloe’s seat. The seat is up for election in November, which Murphy can apply to run for.

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The new traffic signals at Snohomish’s First Street and Avenue D are up and ready for testing. The signals should be operational in the next two to three weeks. The city says the signalized intersection will improve traffic flow.

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The eighth annual GroundFrog Day is Saturday, Feb. 2 at the gazebo at First Street and Avenue A in downtown Snohomish. The fun begins at 11 a.m. and includes several family activities and the famous Snohomish Slew frognostication.
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City Council approves wakeboard park permits
Ecology now will review project
MONROE - The controversial wakeboard park project at Lake Tye is one step closer to getting the final green light to start construction.
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Tourist train talks resume under new leadership
SNOHOMISH - Talks have restarted on stalled plans to bring a tourist train to town that would bring people from the wineries in Woodinville to downtown Snohomish.
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Discover hidden delights at Everett Film Festival
EVERETT - At the Everett Film Festival, people will get to discover quirky films they would never get to see in mainstream theaters.
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Police chief presents crime numbers for 4Q
Department wants to offer citizen’s academy, update website
SNOHOMISH - Most crime in the city during the last quarter of 2012 remained consistent with past quarters, Police Chief John Flood reported last week, except for a “rash of car problems” in Morgantown, which led to the arrests of four teenagers.
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Flu shots available in county, but call ahead
SNOHOMISH COUNTY - While other states are facing flu shot shortages during the height of flu season, Washington isn’t one of them, health officials are saying.
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City wants public input on Everett’s future
EVERETT - How should Everett look in 20 years? Where should the city locate future residents? What should its streets and neighborhoods feel like? How about more transit or tree-lined roads?
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Snohomish’s weather predictor hops into town Feb. 2
SNOHOMISH - Come to the eighth annual GroundFrog Day in Snohomish Saturday, Feb. 2 for a ribbiting good time.
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Free health, safety fair Friday at Forest View Elementary
EVERETT - The New Year is an opportunity to create a healthier and safer lifestyle, and on Friday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m., Forest View PTA invites the community to a free “one-stop-shop” to help busy families make these positive changes.
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