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  1. New noise ordinance limits late-night soundRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    After more than two years of complaints, negotiations and campaigning, residents near Snohomish Station may finally look forward to quiet nights and mornings. The council approved an ordinance that will protect residents from some sleep-shattering nuisance noises between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. seven days a week.

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  2. Council praises economic plan's directionRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The City Council was all ears in reviewing the 2019 economic development plan for consideration at the Sept. 9 council meeting, and they liked what they heard.

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  3. Snohomish drive-by shooter changes plea to guilty, will be sentencedRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Drive-by shooter Hayden Baus, 18, has traded a first-degree assault charge for three second-degree assault charges in advance of an Oct 10 sentencing hearing. Baus also faces one drive-by shooting charge and an arson charge.

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  4. Snohomish workshop helps dinosaurs roamRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Milky white eyes stare unblinkingly through black bars of a 23-foot cage. As it rattles down the road, the two creatures within tug at their restraints, reptilian heads bobbing, incisors flashing.

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  5. Mayor proposes cuts, fees to solve budgetRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Carl Gipson Senior Center members work out during a Zumba session at the center on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The Zumba class meets Wednesdays at 4 p.m. A budget proposal the mayor presented last week would introduce a membership fee to use the Carl Gipson Senior Center.

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  6. Labor strike halts projects countywideRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Labor strike halts projects countywide As of Aug. 30, the strike is still ongoing. The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 302 went on strike starting Aug. 21 after union members failed to reach a deal with contractors.

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  7. A police ride along can give citizens a look at a patrol cop's nightRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    When an everyday person goes on a police ridealong, wearing that bulletproof vest while paired with an officer on patrol, the sleepy streets of Snohomish take on a suspicious cast. Passing a background check is all it takes to arrange a time to ride with a deputy for a different look at this quiet town.

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  8. Racist incidents in Snohomish spark responseRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A string of racist acts in the city has prompted residents to take their group, Snohomish for Equity, public. Members of the group attended the Aug. 21 City Council meeting in the company of four members of the NAACP Snohomish County chapter.

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  9. What happens when affordable housing is lost?Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Jill Clayton stands with neighbors Amy Emmer and Amy's sister Katy Emmer in front of the Pilchuck Ridge Apartments on Wednesday, Aug. 22. The three are preparing to move out of their affordable housing units as the property is being sold to private, for-profit developers. With limited options and special needs, and a dearth of affordable housing options, they are unsure if they will find somewhere suitable.

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  10. Kartak clarifies comments at Second Street meetingRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Mukilteo Tribune

    On Aug. 23, the city held a town hall concerning the planned renovation of Second Street from Highway 9 to Lincoln Avenue. Around two dozen residents went to voice their opinions about making the east-west corridor safer and more accessible to motorists and pedestrians alike.

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  11. 70 years later, postwar Panthers get together to reminisceRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Alumni of Snohomish High School gathered Thursday for a rarely celebrated milestone: the 70th anniversary of their high school graduation in 1948. More than 30 classmates and family members made it to the reunion at First Presbyterian Church, some traveling from as far as California to attend.

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  12. Beekeepers alarmed by chemical spray near school gardens, hivesRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Centennial Middle School students' plans to bring their produce to market were scrapped after blackberries several feet away from their organic school garden were sprayed with herbicides. Students of the school's garden club had been carefully tending crops including kale, peas and blueberries in their organic garden prior to the unannounced Aug. 9 spraying.

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  13. School supplies can strain budgets - where to get helpRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Parents and guardians bidding their children to school must also prepare to bid goodbye to an average of $85 for their school supplies. Supply costs are flat compared to last year but have risen about 25 percent in the past decade according to the National Retail Federation.

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  14. News Bites for August 22, 2018Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    An open house about reshaping Second Street is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Snohomish Boys and Girls Club, 402 Second St. Some city goals include improving road safety and putting bicyclists and pedestrians on equal footing with drivers. For more information, the city's project webpage is or call city project manager Denise Johns at 360-282-3195.

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  15. Wild adventures on the Wild SkyRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 21 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The North Fork of the Skykomish River has been a treasured stream for me since I was a teenager. A family friend, Bill Stites, alias "Big Bill," attempted to take me trout fishing on the Tye River but his car broke down just above the turnoff to Index.

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  16. On rural roads, sharing the pavement requires patienceRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    In the cool of morning, with mists rising off the fields and deer feeding in plain view, cyclists revel in summer rides along country roads, but not without risk. Commuters are still on their way to work, and sharing the roads can be hazardous as bright skies, unexpected obstacles and narrow rural roads can complicate trips for drivers and bikers.

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  17. Weenie Wagon rides again as 911 GrubRead the original story

    Aug 8, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A familiar Lions' fundraising fixture is back in business, fulfilling the decades-long dream of its new owner. Tracy Stultz bought the Weenie Wagon from the Lions Club in April.

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  18. Preliminary Snohomish economic growth plan previewedRead the original story

    Aug 8, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    City economic development manager Wendy Poischbeg unveiled a wide-ranging first draft plan to grow city revenues at the Economic Development Committee meeting July 24. The five-item, early draft of the 2019 plan offered a mix of ongoing and novel opportunities to leverage Snohomish's assets. The most visible of ventures would be illuminating a city bridge with programmable LED lights that would "transform a historic landmark into a destination focal point."

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  19. Kindness takes center stage at Snohomish fair Aug. 18Read the original story

    Aug 8, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    For a mom who had "never done anything bigger than a birthday party," creating a festival was a colossal effort, but worth it for a day "where kindness gets thrown around like confetti." The day is Aug.18; the destination, Kind Fest.

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  20. Trash co. fixing service delaysRead the original story

    Jul 31, 2018 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Missed garbage cans lingered in front of hundreds of homes in Snohomish and Monroe in July after trash hauler Republic Services experienced a staffing shortage it is acting to remedy. Close to 800 customers were impacted with late same-day service or one-day-late yard waste, recycling and trash collections, Republic Services' local general manager, Corby Stephens, said in an email.

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