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About 200 people turned out to hear frognosticator Snohomish Slew’s weather prediction on GroundFrog Day Saturday, Feb. 2 in Snohomish. While he remained silent during the annual event, Slew predicted an early spring the night before during a television interview. The East Coast’s weather predictor, Punxsutawney Phil, also predicted an early spring.
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Skip Rock distillery co-owner Julie Hembree talks with two participants at the second annual Snohomish on the Rocks Distillery Festival Saturday, Feb. 2 at the Snohomish Events Center. Of the 19 distilleries that participated in the two-day event, two were from Snohomish: Skip Rock and Dark Moon.

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Roberto Davis-Baquero, 6, of Duvall watches a train pass by on the Tacoma Northwestern HO scale display during the 12th annual United Northwest Model Railroad Club show Sunday, Feb. 3 at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe. The weekend event is the largest model train show in Washington state and attracts displays from throughout the Northwest. Event coordinators estimated more than 5,000 people attended the event, which filled three buildings this year.

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Mira Kavaliova, 11, (right) helps Vika Fisiienko, 5, read a book during a homework club session Tuesday, Jan. 29 at the Grandview Our Place Community Center.


Schedule for Everett Film Festival Feb. 8-9
EVERETT - The 16th annual Everett Film Festival kicks off with a gala at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 at the Everett Performing Arts Center, 2710 Wetmore Ave.
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Valley General asks for levy increase
MONROE - Valley General Hospital will be proposing its first levy increase since the late 1990s this spring.
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Parents sue police over son’s shooting death
EVERETT - The parents of an armed man shot and killed by police at his doorstep in 2008 are suing the city in federal court over allegations the officers didn’t need to kill their son.
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Carnegie seismic work to finish next month
SNOHOMISH - The seismic retrofit project at the former Carnegie Library on Cedar Avenue is almost complete and will bring the 1910 building up to current safety standards.
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City Council interested in forming municipal court
MONROE - The City Council is moving forward with exploring a proposal to start a city municipal court and end its contract with Snohomish County Evergreen District Court.
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Older students help younger ones with school work
EVERETT - At an unassuming community center in north Everett, young kids are learning their ABCs but with a twist.
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Fire departments offer address markers
SNOHOMISH COUNTY - For those who live within Monroe Fire District 3, an eye-catching address marker designed to make it easier for emergency units to find a home where 911 was called from is now available at no cost.
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Volunteers open cold weather shelter in Monroe
MONROE - A handful of people with big hearts have been ensuring that the homeless in the Monroe area have a safe place to go during winter’s coldest nights.
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Group trying to build support for museum
EVERETT - A group of volunteers behind the Everett Museum of History want to tug on City Council members’ ears later this year to get support for its project to find space for a museum.
The museum group has a large collection, but nowhere to show it.
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