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Everett’s big weekend of fun Aug. 16-18
Beer, food, art, entertainment all happening around town

EVERETT - Sip craft beers, grab a bite, take in a show and marvel at artists in action at one of next weekend’s events in Everett.
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Hot topics on planning commission’s Wednesday agenda
SNOHOMISH - The planning commission will be discussing three highly watched development items at its Wednesday, Aug. 7 meeting.
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Taste of Music Aug. 16-18 in Snohomish
Three-day blues festival rocks downtown stages

SNOHOMISH - The annual three-day Taste of Music festival is going to be a “family-friendly rock explosion,” event organizer Jay Clements said last week.
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Ecology to test soil at former mill site
EVERETT - Ecology will start testing the soil later this summer or early fall at the now-demolished former Kimberly-Clark Mill site.
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Reason for stabbing remains unknown
SNOHOMISH - Why two brothers were stabbed at the former Freshman Campus late last month remains unanswered as additional details emerge about the night.
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City adopts new pay-raise policy for non-union employees
MONROE - Twenty-two employees at City Hall will be eligible for a new way to get a raise, effective at last month’s unanimous decision by the City Council to approve the new interim pay increase structure.
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Council discusses Japanese Gulch ballot measure
MUKILTEO - Efforts to preserve the last piece of Japanese Gulch got a $1 million boost last month, but a decision from the City Council is needed before anything can happen.
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Pianos placed on streets this week
EVERETT - Pianos return to downtown streets this week.
The city rolled out 18 pianos on Wednesday, Aug. 7 for anyone to play as part of its annual Street Tunes.
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