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  1. People hear local experiences of overt and subtle racismRead the original story

    Wednesday | Mukilteo Tribune

    After racist messages disrupted a Glacier Peak High School assembly the week before, about 130 concerned people attended a panel on racism Dec. 3. The Snohomish for Equity gathering was scheduled long before the incident at the Glacier Peak pep rally, and the stories people shared about racism in the community stretched back decades. The panel opened up about their experiences, fears and hopes to the packed room at Snohomish United Methodist Church.

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  2. Snohomish to create plastic bag banRead the original story

    Wednesday | Mukilteo Tribune

    Snohomish is on track to join about two dozen Washington jurisdictions in banning plastic bags. The City Council last week unanimously directed an ordinance be written to ban disposable grocery store bags, which the council would take to a vote at a later date.

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  3. Ministry aids burdened children of inmatesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Mukilteo Tribune

    A small ministry is asking the community's help to deliver some Christmas cheer to two boys, ages 2 and 8, facing an uncommon hardship this year. Their father is in prison.

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  4. Monroe plans to honor trees, take Christmass tree donationsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Tree lovers are celebrating Monroe's most illustrious specimens and looking to add more to the city's collection with two new programs. Beginning this winter, families who use live trees for Christmas can donate them to the city for replanting after the holiday.

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  5. Obscenities, slurs spread over phones halt Glacier Peak HS assemblyRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    At least two students disrupted an assembly at Glacier Peak High School on Nov. 29 by spreading hateful messages through internet-connected devices. Two students had been identified and were disciplined as of Nov. 29. The district is working with law enforcement to see if others were involved, district officials said, and "to identify charges that may be filed against the perpetrators," district spokeswoman Kristin Foley wrote in an email.

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  6. A gem saved from the wrecking ballRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The many lives of a 129-year-old home were preserved when local builders saved the structure from the wrecking ball this June. In five months, Dana and Adam Hendry have transformed a decaying church administration building to a magazine cover ready Victorian with a farmhouse feel.

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  7. Public works yard on Avenue D being prepared for eventual saleRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Nearly 10 acres of land along Avenue D near the Snohomish Square shopping center may be up for sale by this time next year. The acreage, a former county public works yard, might sprout the next Mill Creek Town Center or something similar according to early conjecture, said County Public Works special projects manager Randy Blair.

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  8. Family realizes community's grace after home burnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | Mukilteo Tribune

    As a local family comes to terms with a house fire that destroyed their home and killed a beloved pet, the community has rallied to shelter, feed and comfort them. It was a quiet Wednesday afternoon Nov. 14. Megan Anderson was in Olympia visiting her mother.

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  9. Eagle Scout collects and fills bags with supplies for kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Boy Scout Vincent Martinez marked Thanksgiving with a Nov. 20 donation of 100 duffel bags stuffed with supplies for kids in need. The 16-year-old Snohomish High School junior began collecting for the Eagle Scout service project more than six months earlier, after lots of planning.

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  10. Profiles of People: "Ice Cream or Fruit"Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Profiles of People: "Ice Cream or Fruit" FD4 Lieutenant Whitney Mansfield eats healthy and has optimism while having a firefighter's life with ups and downs Some firefighters don't like change and prefer the way things are right now. Risk takers, team players, service providers are often terms used to describe first responders.

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  11. Everett plastic bag ban would have delayed timelineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city wants to go big on its reusable bag campaign, assuming that a plastic bag ban becomes city law. The City Council is scheduled to vote on whether to approve the plastic bag ban at its Dec. 5 meeting.

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  12. Serving everyone equallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The last diner through the doors at the Community Kitchen's free Thursday dinner might have been the most in need. The Community Kitchen at St. John's Episcopal Church served about 60 people Nov. 15. They were just a few of the perhaps 200,000 who've come for spiritual and physical sustenance during the past quarter century.

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  13. Plastic bag ban ask before Snohomish councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Local activists are trying to get Snohomish on board with banning plastic bags, straws, forks and to-go containers. Environmental activism group Green Snohomish will ask the City Council at its Dec. 4 meeting for a ban on single-use plastic items.

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  14. November 14, 2018 News BitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The restrooms at all city parks will be closed for the winter starting Nov. 19 through March 18. The restroom on First Street in downtown Snohomish will remain open. For any questions, the city says to contact Snohomish Parks Lead Joe Hopper at 425-328-0064.

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  15. Harvey Field growing in Paine's shadowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Mukilteo Tribune

    As Propeller Airports ramps up for commercial passenger service at Paine Field, business at Snohomish's Harvey Field is quietly booming. Airport traffic is up more than 14 percent for the year said owner Kandace Harvey.

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  16. County parks plans continue to progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Improvements to the popular Flowing Lake Park are slated to begin September 2019, while other county parks projects remain in the pipeline. To accommodate growing use, Flowing Lake Park's entrance at 48th Street SE will be expanded from one lane to two.

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  17. November 7, 2018 News BitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Gil Schwarzmiller, whose brother recruited him to join the new "Schwartzmiller's Sour-Kraut Society," died Oct. 26 at age 92. Gil never took the 'T' in Schwartzmiller. The Snohomish Sauerkraut Band's antics became a hometown spectacle.

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  18. Vaping incidents prevalent at Monroe High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    In the first 38 days of school, 50 Monroe High School students have been suspended for vaping or drug possession on campus. The news was delivered to MHS parents through the school's weekly newsletter along with a plea from Principal Ed Crow for parents to talk their students about the dangers of vaping and the importance of following school policies.

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  19. Snohomish has more haunted places than you thoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Spirits linger around every corner of the Historic District downtown. While shoppers bustling through may not see the town's haunted history, some residents know the unworldly inhabitants by name, while others know them by their chilling touch.

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  20. Group trying to keep river road tidy from blatant dumpingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Neighbors concerned about litter met recently to figure out how to discourage dumping on the otherwise scenic Snohomish-Lowell River Road. They're concerned about ongoing dumping but are starting with a cleaned up road after complaints led to a massive October cleanup.

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