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  1. YMCA, city in talks to give public pool access, new parkRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A second swimming center for Everett may become available to the public in 2019 and a new large park next door would be built by 2021 under a two-for-one agreement the city is working on with the YMCA of Snohomish County. An agreement to give city residents access to the pool going into the future Y midtown on Colby Avenue could be back before the City Council in the coming weeks.

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  2. Snohomish has a new police chiefRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Last week people gave a bittersweet goodbye to Capt. John Flood, and an enthusiastic hello to new Police Chief Lt.

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  3. Profiles of People: Pastor Darrell Goodwin - "Inclusivity"Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Pastor Darrell Goodwin takes a moment to pose in the sanctuary of the Everett United Church of Christ prior to his sermon last Sunday. Inclusivity is defined as the "intention or policy of including people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those who are handicapped or learning-disabled, or racial or sexual minorities."

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  4. News Bites for September 20Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 19 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Downtown parking and traffic will be impacted by asphalt grinding of First Street between Union and Lincoln avenues. The work is anticipated to begin within the next two weeks, the city said.

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  5. Two teens arrested in stabbing on Ave. ERead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    A man was stabbed on Avenue E after he confronted teens on his property around 11 p.m. Thursday night. Two 14-year-old boys allegedly used a knife to cause damage and harm in the 100 block of Avenue E the night of Sept.

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  6. Pets get a dog's day out at the senior centerRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Retrievers, terriers, schnauzers, a gentle giant Great Dane and one black cat converged for Pet Day at the Snohomish Senior Center on Friday to be shown off by their proud owners and given treats and seminars. It was a delightful time for the senior center members, according to executive director Sharon Burlison, who also brought along her 14-year-old Jack Russell Terrier and her toddler-aged granddaughter.

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  7. Needle cleanup kits available to publicRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Before picking up used heroin needles, you may consider picking up a needle safety kit. One thousand needle collection kits will be available for free from the Snohomish Health District starting this week.

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  8. Push made for second methadone clinic in EverettRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Mukilteo Tribune

    City Councilwoman Brenda Stonecipher last week called on the city to speed up zoning changes to allow a second methadone clinic in Everett. It's been a work in progress for months.

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  9. Snohomish Pie Co. donates thousands to hurricane reliefRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    People lined First Street Thursday, Aug. 31 to provide a slice of a large-scale donation headed to Hurricane Harvey victims. The Snohomish Pie Co.

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  10. Opioid detox center looking for a homeRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 5 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Therapeutic Health Services , a nonprofit addiction treatment medical organization, was tasked by the county to find a suitable place to site a new facility following the success of other THS locations in south Everett and Bellevue, but the treatment organization has been met with limited victory. As of last week, THS was still in a "wait and see" mode for the city of Everett to finalize changing its zoning code to allow a second opioid treatment facility.

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  11. Snohomish to get new police chief in SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city's getting a new police chief soon. Police Chief John Flood, a lieutenant in the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office, was recently promoted to captain and will be given other duties.

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  12. Everett may offer $8.5 million to buy Health District's HQRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 29 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The city would like to buy the Snohomish Health District's headquarters downtown on Rucker Avenue for $8.5 million. The City Council this week is being asked to sign a purchase-and-sale agreement that includes a 120-day due diligence timeline.

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  13. Search and Rescue celebrating 50 yearsRead the original story

    Aug 22, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    More than 300 people came out to meet, thank and have fun with the lifesavers that comprise Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue at its open house celebration at its headquarters on Taylor Landing north of town on Saturday. The search and rescue group formed in 1967 is turning 50 years old this year.

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  14. Quiet Title Actions: a land dispute that could happen to youRead the original story

    Aug 22, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Not many people are aware of what a quiet title action suit is, but it occurs often in Snohomish County to discern who holds the title to real estate property. A quiet title action is "a clarification of ownership of land, of real estate and property - to ask the court to clear title to the party," according to Matt Otten, a land use attorney in the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office.

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  15. News bites for August 23Read the original story

    Aug 22, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    News Bites for August 23 Vets committee may be considered SNOHOMISH - The city might create a veterans committee. The idea was suggested by Councilwoman Karen Guzak at last week's council meeting in followup to a request from resident Susan Bjorling.

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  16. Opioid prescription abuse is more possible than you thinkRead the original story

    Aug 15, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Seniors were curious about what they should do with their old pain medications, and the answer is not to flush them down the toilet. This information and more about opioids was shared last week at the East County Senior Center to a crowd of 30 senior members.

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  17. Snohomish showdown for strong mayor has key figures from Prop. 2...Read the original story

    Aug 8, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    John Kartak and Karen Guzak will move forward to November's election in the race to be the city's first executive "strong" mayor in 40 years. The other two candidates in the four-way primary, Derrick Burke and Elizabeth Larsen, were passed up by a large margin in the latest results as of press time.

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  18. Teens steal two - gators' from SHS, take joy rideRead the original story

    Aug 1, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Police are questioning some local teenagers about their involvement with the theft - and joy ride - of two Snohomish High School-owned "gator" utility vehicles last weekend. Police Chief John Flood said the teens took the utility vehicles from an unlocked storage area on the high school grounds, drove them through the streets of Snohomish, and then left the vehicles at the boat launch on Lincoln Avenue.

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  19. Roesiger's descedant captures his journals in new bookRead the original story

    Aug 1, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    Like her great-uncle Richard Roesiger, who settled the area around what is known today as Lake Roesiger, Swiss author Monika Teuscher-Schramm likes to write. The family trait of writing has gifted locals with the knowledge of how the treasured lake and greater Snohomish area were settled back in the late 19th century.

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  20. Former county yard on Avenue D may be ready to sellRead the original story

    Aug 1, 2017 | Mukilteo Tribune

    The land which once was a Snohomish County maintenance site, off Avenue D and Bonneville Avenue, is nearing its final stages of ecological clean-up and could potentially host an affordable housing site someday. Officials from Snohomish County, which owns the property, met with City of Snohomish staff to see if there can be a collaboration in what the future of the land will be.

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