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Tuck Gionet gives a lesson on home loans and mortgages during a government and current affairs class at Snohomish High School Thursday, Feb. 14. Gionet was selected as one of two Civic Educators of the Year by the state Legislature.
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Everett Seagulls girls basketball team won the 3A District 1 title when they beat the Glacier Peak Grizzlies of Snohomish 68-58 Friday, Feb. 15 at Lynnwood High School. This is the Seagulls’ first district title win since the 1970s. Both teams advance to state regional competition beginning Friday, Feb. 22 at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish.

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About 10,000 cutthroat trout were unloaded into Blackman’s Lake in Snohomish this month 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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U.S. Navy Concert Band trumpet player Brandon Almagro plays alongside Everett High School freshman Carsten Glans as four Navy band members sat in on two songs during a practice Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the high school. The Navy band played a concert in front of 1,300 people last week at the Everett Civic Auditorium. Twelve students from Everett’s three high schools played with the band during the final ensemble.


Kirkland could derail plans for tourist train
SNOHOMISH - Unless advocates of a tourist train between Woodinville and Snohomish can talk the mayor of Kirkland out of it, Kirkland’s plans to tear up a nearly six-mile line of tracks will throw a major kink in their long-range plans.
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Why Olson is missing: There’s no point in showing up
EVERETT - The Everett School Board is often missing its most vocal contrarian these days.
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City Council OKs money for music festival at Lake Tye Park
MONROE - The parks department got the green light from the City Council last week to spend $40,000 to bring a music festival to town.
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Woman wants to reopen ethnic food store as co-op
EVERETT - When the owners of the Mekong Market recently decided to close down after 31 years, Everett’s Asian and Dutch communities lost an important source for food items from their home countries.
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Health district resolution asks for action on reducing gun violence
EVERETT - While legislators in Olympia are working on gun control legislation in response to recent gun violence, the Snohomish Health District wants the public health impacts of that violence to be part of the conversation.
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City updating its 2006 strategic plan
SNOHOMISH - The city’s first-ever strategic plan adopted in 2006 is being updated, and the new version is scheduled to go before the City Council in May.
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Moratorium gives city second chance to define area
EVERETT - A big parcel near Silver Lake was supposed to become a high quality mixed-use development, but the economy killed those plans.
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City wants to write rules for social media use
MONROE - The City Council initiated a discussion last week on social media and how elected officials should use it to allow for citizen input but avoid risks associated with discussing city business on the Internet.
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Snohomish teacher is Civic Educator of the Year
SNOHOMISH - Snohomish High School teacher Tuck Gionet is being recognized as one of two Civic Educators of the Year by the Legislature and accepted the honor Monday, Feb. 18 at the Capitol Campus in Olympia.
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