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After seven years of delays and animal cruelty complaints, a case against a Snohomish, Washington man finally went to trial. On March 9, Phil Roeder, 74, pleaded guilty to two counts of animal cruelty in the second degree. Comment?
In Snohomish, Washington, volunteers in the community have come together to help Aaron Esterholt, an Iraq veteran who suffers from PTSD and his autistic son, find their therapy dog who disappeared just a week ago reports q13fox.com. Not knowing what else to do, Aaron was helping out on Friday by making up lost posters to help find the one-year-old all black Newfoundland with a small white patch on his back paw. Comment?
Now that Odin is gone, everyone is grieving for the missing dog - and they're hoping that the animal loving community can come together to bring Odin home. Aaron stated on Thursday: "My daughter has been sleeping with us at night because she is scared of the monsters that Odin keeps out of the house. Comment?
The Washington Blues Society Presents : The 2014 Snohomish Blues Invasion. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 30th 2-10PM in 34 acts Six venues up and down Historic First Street in downtown Snohomish, Washington. Comment?
In Snohomish, Washington on Sunday, October 26, 2014 from 4:00 - 7:30 PM, there is going to be a friendly Harvest witch and a great pumpkin glow! An event you won't want to miss. There will be a gathering around the pumpkins just before they are ready to be lit for story time, told by Craven Farm's famous friendly Harvest Witch. Comment?
Take a look at the unemployment data for King and Snohomish counties for the past year and it's easy to see why those two areas saw such a decrease in funds for workforce development from the federal Department of Labor. Take a look at the unemployment data for King and Snohomish counties for the past year and it's easy to see why those two areas saw such a decrease in funds for workforce development from the federal Department of Labor. Comment?
Not far from the town of Snohomish, Washington, lies Lord Hill Regional Park, named for Mitchell Lord who owned the land and homestead until 1884. Visitors can see his former home at the intersection of 127th Avenue SE and the old Snohomish-Monroe Highway. Comment?
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