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Everett High School band members (from left) Juan Carrillo, Hannah Willard and Nikoline Larsen, all juniors, tune their instruments prior to a morning rehearsal Thursday, Feb. 7 at the high school. READ MORE
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The city of Snohomish is installing new playground equipment at Claytown Park, which will be closed during construction. READ MORE

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About 10,000 cutthroat trout were unloaded into Blackman’s Lake in Snohomish last week as part of the Snohomish Sportsmen’s Club’s effort to keep the lake stocked for fishing. The fish came from the state’s Wallace River hatchery near Sultan. A load of rainbow trout will be arriving in March.

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Jason Denham of Burlington (right) and his son Caleb check out remote control boats at the Northwest Model Hobby Expo at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds in Monroe Saturday, Feb. 9. The three-day weekend event attracted an estimated 7,000 visitors. In its seventh year at the fairgrounds, the expo featured all things scaled down in size and radio controlled. Cars, planes, boats and even military tanks from World War II were on display or for sale.

 


12 picked to play with Navy Concert Band
Band plays Everett Civic Auditorium Wednesday, Feb. 13
EVERETT - Twelve high school students in Everett have been selected to perform with the U.S. Navy Concert Band, one of the most prestigious bands in the country. The bands plays for the president, at state funerals and other major national events.
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Fire district preparing levy renewal for paramedics
SNOHOMISH - The levy that funds paramedic services for Snohomish Fire District 4 is set to expire at the end of the year, and the date to prepare a levy renewal is right around the corner, interim Fire Chief Ron Simmons said.
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City Council begins to tackle medical marijuana
SNOHOMISH - The City Council is moving forward with drafting a medical marijuana ordinance that will treat it as a nuisance, similar to regulations Everett recently adopted.
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Schools budget in holding pattern
EVERETT - When Gov. Jay Inslee releases his budget in March, Everett School District leaders will be able to stop scratching their heads on how much to cut from next school year’s budget.
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Claytown Park renovation begins with $10,000 boost from Kiwanis Club
SNOHOMISH - Improvements to Claytown Park have begun and were largely made possible by a $10,000 donation from the Snohomish Kiwanis Club, which was “excited to help the city,” Kiwanis member Aaron Hammer said last week.
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Residents near Everett Station skeptical of rezone plan
EVERETT - Neighbors are questioning Everett Transit’s push to rezone the area around Everett Station to allow housing units to encourage public transit use.
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