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  1. Field of five vying to win County Executive electionRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Somers challenging incumbent Lovick key storyline in pool of 2 Democrats, 2 Republicans and 1 independent Four men are gunning for Democrat Snohomish County Executive John Lovick's seat, including a potentially formidable challenger in Dave Somers from within Lovick's party. Somers' filing on Monday, May 11 confirmed gossip that the County Council Chair might run for executive, but it also rankled key Democrats.

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  2. See whales from Everett's waterfrontRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Dust off those binoculars: The annual northern migration of humpback whales are currently visible from Everett's waterfront, which is a rare opportunity that will last a limited time only. March through June is their prime migrating season.

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  3. Everett teachers to walk out Friday, May 22Read the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Mukilteo Tribune

    School teachers in Everett and Mukilteo will be following their peers as part of the rolling walk outs in protest of state K-12 funding. Everett teachers will walk out of classes Friday, May 22. Mukilteo's teachers determined to do the same thing on Wednesday, May 20. .

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  4. Everett City Council primary features two 3-way racesRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Challengers for Everett City Council incumbents sprung out of the woodwork last week. Three of the four seats are being contested.

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  5. Everett girl's death stirring anti-bullying pushRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A child's death has rocked the Evergreen Middle School community and possibly has started a movement. Amber Caudel never asked to be teased or taunted.

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  6. This weekend, downtown Everett to ring with music from wall to wallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    From hundred-year-old opera halls to disco-lit dives, downtown Everett venues will be overflowing with music this weekend as 60-plus bands converge for the second annual Fisherman's Village Music Festival. The festival is a project of the Everett Music Initiative, and will keep crowds on the move from the first show at 7 p.m. Friday, May 15 to the last at 11 p.m. Sunday, May 17. General admission tickets include five locations, all within walking distance of each other, and attendees will receive wristbands to wear throughout the weekend for easy entry to any show.

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  7. Funds pour in for injured car crash victim as investigation continuesRead the original story

    Tuesday May 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Nearly three weeks after a four-car accident in north Everett left construction worker Thomas Gillette critically injured, he is just beginning to regain mobility after a double leg amputation. While Gillette has been bedridden at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle following the surgery and subsequent procedures, friends and family in his hometown of Darrington and throughout Snohomish County have rallied to fundraise on his behalf.

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  8. Nobody seems happy with BNSF bridge plan at HewittRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A group of waterfront business owners and residents are appealing the city's tentative nod to Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway to replace an aging bridge on the main line with dirt that takes away views of Port Gardner Bay. The rusting iron bridge lies at the west end of Hewitt Avenue where the road turns southwest and becomes Bond Street.

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  9. Five hurt in north Everett crash that pinned nearby manRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A car crash Friday, April 17 that had one man pinned behind a truck sent five people to local hospitals, including a Snohomish County Sheriff's deputy. The crash was at the north Everett intersection of Rockefeller Avenue and 23rd Street just before noon.

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  10. Holocaust survivor speaks of hopeRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Mukilteo Tribune

    "The Holocaust never happened." Henry Friedman, who in the war-torn 1940s spent 18 months hiding in a tiny nook in a Polish barn, who watched Nazis beat his mother to steal the wedding ring off her finger, who experienced the murder of many relatives while he nearly starved to death, saw those words in a newspaper nearly 30 years ago and asked his wife a question.

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  11. Everett City Council mixed on new homeless laws, passes oneRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Mukilteo Tribune

    In its efforts to address homelessness, last week the City Council authorized an ordinance banning the sale of cheap, single-serve alcohol from downtown, but was not ready to accept a second ordinance banning panhandling at and near intersections. A third ordinance that would have made it a criminal violation to sit or lie down on city sidewalks near Everett Station and the Everett Gospel Mission was sent back to the drawing board at the last minute before the council could vote on it.

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  12. Fair trade shop in Everett looking for help and loveRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A fair trade products store in Everett recently launched a social media campaign to encourage Snohomish County residents to buy ethically sourced products. Proprietor Leo Carpenter opened Ethical Choices, located at 2612 Colby Ave., in 2013 to share his global humanitarian knowledge with customers.

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  13. Spring brings shortages to local food banksRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Spring is a bright season but it can be a bleak period for food banks. After the bounties of Thanksgiving and Christmas donations dwindle, food banks nowmust fight through the lull period before the annual Postal Letter Carriers' food drive in May. Food stamps fall short for some families, and fixed incomes don't always keep up with rising food costs and other expenses.

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  14. Snohomish seniors shaken by van driver DUIRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The story made national news. On Wednesday, April 8, a group from the Snohomish Senior Center was heading to the tulip fields of Mount Vernon when they noticed their regular volunteer bus driver, Gilbert Maier, 45, of Lake Stevens was driving erratically.

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  15. New County Courthouse project destined for EverettRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The new County Courthouse appears destined for downtown Everett, if the County Council approves it. Under a new deal between the city and Snohomish County, the county will pay $252,000 a year to lease 300 parking stalls, plus a 1 percent increase each year, in a future parking garage at a to-be-determined location.

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  16. More...Read the original story

    Apr 14, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city showed residents its plans for a future natural park in southeast Everett at a community discussion Tuesday, April 7. The city is creating a 3.5-acre park on the 15-acre Bruskrud Road parcel, which is adjacent to the Interurban Trail located northwest of the Interstate 5 interchange at 112th Street SE in south Everett. This 15-acre swath of forestland is actually divided into three areas: one 2.5 acre area to the north, a 3.5 acre area to the south, and 9 acres in the middle.

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  17. EvCC engages Latino community with admissions nightRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    It was Everett Community College's first attempt to expand its diversity efforts for prospective students at the EvCC Family Night in Spanish, or for Spanish speakers, "Noche Entre Familia." The event on Wednesday, April 8 gave information to families about classes, options for financial aid and other college services, but uniquely all of the information was given in Spanish.

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  18. Everett advancing in homeless effortsRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Everett's task force on homelessness and poverty met to discuss future steps, but already some progress is being made. A social worker may soon be embedded with the Police Department.

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  19. Transit hub Everett Station attempting to tamp down troublesRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    At Everett Station, the city's transit hub, the stall doors in the men's restroom are missing. They were removed after too many people were doing drugs sitting on the john.

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  20. Dunn vs. Gipson: Everett Council gets first election face-offRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Megan Dunn, a civic leader from Lowell, is running for entrenched but recently embattled incumbent City Councilman Ron Gipson's seat. Dunn is an environmental health and social justice advocate who recently served on the Streets Initiative Task Force, which focused on addressing homelessness in Downtown Everett.

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