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The free three-day festival is June 7-9 at Legion Park in north Everett and will feature hand-crafted art for the garden, rare plants from specialty nurseries, display gardens and activities for kids.
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The buildings being demolished at the former Kimberly-Clark Mill site have higher than expected levels of contamination and the toxic debris is being ground into the dirt on the site, a City Council member found.
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A sign asking for information about the arson fire that damaged play equipment at Garfield Park hangs from a fence. If you have information about the fire, call Everett Police at 425-257-8428.
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Pa Lee of Sno-Country Farm gives tips on cooking kale to a customer at the Sunday Farmers Market in Snohomish on Sunday, June 2. The new Sunday market is located in the parking lot next to the old Hal Moe Pool on the corner of Third and Lincoln in Snohomish. The market will be mostly food oriented and is open every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Sept. 29.

Sheriff Lovick named county executive
EVERETT — The Snohomish County Council unanimously appointed Snohomish County Sheriff John Lovick as county executive Monday, June 3 following the resignation of Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon on May 31.
Undersheriff Tom Davis will take over as acting sheriff. The County Council has 60 days to select a new sheriff to serve until election in fall 2014.


Marina Day at the Port of Everett
EVERETT - The Port of Everett is hosting a free marina day Saturday, June 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event includes a large boat show, and seminars on kiteboarding, boater safety and crabbing.
The marina is at 1205 Craftsman Way.


Kangaroo stops by library
SNOHOMISH — Learn about kangaroos and meet a real life joey at the Snohomish Library Sunday, June 9 at 2 p.m. The program includes Q&A, and time for photos. Quiet required. No touching. For all ages. The event is free. The library is located at 311 Maple Ave.


City Council looks at density downtown
Topic on council’s June 4 meeting agenda

SNOHOMISH - The City Council is being asked to look at increasing the residential density within the historic business section of the city’s historic district.
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Despite concerns, council hands Riverfront site over to Polygon
EVERETT - The City Council had some concerns before voting last week to approve the transfer of development rights of the Riverfront Development to homebuilder Polygon Northwest.
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Kid’s Cafe adds third location, bookmobile
SNOHOMISH - The Snohomish School District’s summer meal program will be serving free breakfast and lunch to anyone 18 and younger and is expanding this year to offer a third mobile location to reach even more youth.
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City will move forward on Walmart deal in July
MONROE - The city will likely start moving forward on the Walmart deal in early July once the appeal period has ended, city administrator Gene Brazel said last week.
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Sorticulture celebrates garden art this weekend
EVERETT - Green thumbs and art aficionados can anticipate a fun time at this year’s garden arts festival known as Sorticulture, happening June 7, 8 and 9.
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City will replace vandalized play equipment soon
EVERETT - The city will soon replace the playground equipment at Garfield Park that was set on fire last month.
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Help out in community garden
SNOHOMISH - The Snohomish Garden Club is looking for volunteers to help grow the vegetables that supply two food banks and the Snohomish Senior Center.
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Mill site toxin levels higher than expected
EVERETT - The buildings being demolished at the former Kimberly-Clark Mill site have higher than expected levels of contamination and the toxic debris is being ground into the dirt on the site, a City Council member found.
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