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Craven Farm pumpkin carving


Pumpkin carving at Craven Farm


Lucy Lewis, 6, of Woodinville carves a pumpkin for the Great Pumpkin Glow at Craven Farm in Snohomish on Sunday, Oct. 27. Lewis and other children carved pumpkins that were then lit and displayed after dark. The glow also featured pumpkins carved by children at the Snohomish Boys and Girls Club earlier in the week.
Craven Farm and its pumpkin patch opened 30 years ago. Craven's is one of the six farms participating in the Snohomish Festival of Pumpkins, which is winding down this week.


Maintenance work downtown requires one more weekend closures
EVERETT — The remaining full weekend closure of Hewitt and Colby avenues to repaint the “quadrangle” above the intersection downtown happens this weekend. The work happens from Friday night to Monday morning, while crews sandblast and paint the aging metal structure.
The closure will be from 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1 through 7 a.m. Monday, Nov. 4
  Drivers will follow a signed detour during the closure. Pedestrian access will remain open during the work. 
A four-way stop will be in place at the intersection starting Sunday, Oct. 20 and will continue until the project is completed.


Residents to appeal East Monroe study
MONROE - Two residents plan to appeal the final environmental impact statement for the East Monroe rezone request to the city’s hearing examiner.
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12 apply to fill Affholter's council seat
EVERETT - A few familiar candidates are among the 12 applicants who want to be appointed to the Everett City Council.
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Kusler's Pharmacy sells to Rite Aid
SNOHOMSIH - The owners of Kusler’s Pharmacy sold the business to Rite Aid and will stop filling regular prescriptions beginning Nov. 1.
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Council gives break to utility rate payers housing low-income seniors
MONROE - The city has added a new category of utility rate customers, giving a discount to some building owners with low-income senior residents.
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City expects to start Broadway Bridge work in January
EVERETT - The city’s Broadway Bridge replacement project is on track to start work in January, meaning drivers should start thinking about new routes to take to get around the closure.
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Pagoda Village taking shape
EVERETT - Downtown’s year-round farmers market and apartment complex should be open by 2015, and a Hampton Inn hotel should open by next spring.
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Wish to Wed helps couples have their dream wedding
SNOHOMISH - There are a couple of women that want to help a couple of lovebirds get the dream wedding they never would be able to have without a ton of help.
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