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The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is forming a unit of deputies focused on school security. READ MORE
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Laila Boggan, 8, glues a feather on a paper plate Easter bonnet she works on Friday, March 15 at the Snohomish Boys and Girls Club. Club members spent the afternoon filling plastic Easter eggs with candy and making bonnets in preparation for the 33rd annual Snohomish Easter Parade Saturday, March 30. The club will be handing out the eggs along the parade route.

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Breeze Chatterton, 13, of Moses Lake (left) and Camryn Pike, 12, of Wenatchee, build a planter box during a work party at Housing Hope’s Woods Creek Village in Monroe on Saturday, March 16. More than 75 volunteers spent the day building garden planters and placing wood chips around the playground at the 14-unit housing development for homeless and low-income families.

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Dianne Dodson of Seattle tells a participant about her cakes at her booth inside the Skip Rock Distillery during the inaugural Snohomish Chocolate Walk Saturday, March 16. Chocolatiers from here and around the Puget Sound area provided samples of their sweet, delectable treats at the downtown event sponsored by Historic Downtown Snohomish.

 


Access into rezone area a concern among neighbors
MONROE - The planning commission took an initial vote to approve a city-initiated rezone near the Foothills neighborhood last week that will allow developers to build a higher number of single family homes per acre.
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Kirkland moves forward with plans to tear out train tracks
SNOHOMISH - The city of Kirkland opened construction bids last week for a project that will remove an almost six-mile section of railroad tracks which Snohomish Mayor Karen Guzak said will derail her city’s long-term plans for the 44-mile rail corridor that runs through several cities.
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ACLU: Facebook search violated student’s rights
EVERETT - The Everett School District is still investigating allegations that the assistant principal at North Middle School coerced a student into letting him see her Facebook page.
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City wants to increase late fee for delinquent utility bills
MONROE - If you’ve been making it a habit of paying your utility bill late, now would be the time to change your ways.
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Proposal changes school start, end times
District wants to hear from parents

EVERETT - The Everett School District is proposing to change the start times for elementary and middle schools to save money.
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Sheriff forms school security unit
SNOHOMISH COUNTY - The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is forming a unit of deputies focused on school security.
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Developer wants city to lift restrictions on Silver Lake property
EVERETT - The company resurrecting major development plans near Silver Lake discussed its plan before the City Council earlier this month and argued against development restrictions placed on the property by the city.
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