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Friday, December 19, 2014 -- 12:51 am
First stop for tourists: County tourism volunteers inform, point the way
HeraldNet - Some visitors to Snohomish County want to know where to shop. Others are after a good hiking trail. Read more...
Friday, December 19, 2014 -- 12:51 am
County planners suggest changing pot rules
HeraldNet - After discussing rules for local marijuana businesses for nearly four hours Wednesday evening, the Snohomish County Planning Commission decided to recommended a revision of existing regulations for recreational pot - instead of banning its production and processing. The commissioners also plan to suggest that the county wait for the state to rein in the medical side of the industry, leaving in place, for now, a temporary ban on new medical marijuana businesses in the Clearview area. Read more...
Thursday, December 18, 2014 -- 1:46 pm
Briefs: New real estate agent at RE/MAX in Edmonds
HeraldNet - ... hosts Giving Tree The Burgermaster at 7909 Evergreen Way in Everett is participating in a Giving Tree for the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club, Cascade Unit. Anyone can come in to take a tag and purchase a new, unwrapped gift for a deserving Snohomish ... Read more...
Thursday, December 18, 2014 -- 6:45 am
Most Read 2014 No. 10: The unspoken realities behind a King County Metro tax proposition
Crosscut.com - ... At the same time that King County Metro demands a huge tax increase to simply maintain existing bus service, Snohomish and Pierce counties are actually adding bus service without raising transportation taxes. Late last year Community Transit of ... Read more...
Thursday, December 18, 2014 -- 12:20 am
Military service claim by man in standoff still unproven
HeraldNet - A Snohomish man could face jail time if he can't convince a Snohomish County judge that he has delved into the accuracy of his claimed military experiences as part of his court-ordered mental health treatment. Superior Court Judge Michael Downes said Wednesday that he hasn't received sufficient records documenting that Tyler Gaffney is getting to the bottom of whether he has been truthful about his military service in the U.S. Army. Read more...
Thursday, December 18, 2014 -- 12:19 am
An untapped market: Sound to Summit is first brewery taproom in Snohomish
HeraldNet - Head Brewer Grady Wornack serves up a flight of beer at Sound to Summit Brewing's soft opening in Snohomish on Friday, Dec. 12. Sype, a cardiologist at The Everett Clinic, and his wife, Stacey, recently opened the doors to their new brewery, Sound to Summit Brewing in Snohomish. The two have put Grady Wornack, who grew up next door to them in Everett, in charge of brewing their beers. Read more...
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 -- 9:54 am
Snohomish deputies bust illegal Everett chop shop
KOMO News - Snohomish County sheriff's deputies paid a surprise visit to a suspected illegal wrecking yard, or "chop shop," Wednesday morning and found several cars and drugs, officials said. The operation started at 8 a.m. when deputies served a search warrant at the residence in the 2400 block of 75th Street SE, said Shari Ireton of the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office. Read more...
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 -- 1:56 am
Cliff close to claiming house: Snohomish couple is trying to raise $150,000 to save their home
HeraldNet - A partial view from far below, on the other side of the Pilchuck River and Machias-area neighborhood, shows the Shaws' dome-style house and garage visible just beyond the edge of the deteriorating bluff. Teresa Shaw, of Snohomish, stands back from the edge of the cliff in her back yard that drops about 250 feet to the Pilchuck River and a Machias neighborhood below. Read more...
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 -- 1:55 am
County council works to avoid 'nightmare' of possible shutdown
HeraldNet - ... that Lovick vetoed. Alternatively, $450,000 of the tax increase could restore funding for a program that the Snohomish Health District runs for mothers and newborns. The council budget cut funding for the First Steps program to $450,000 from ... Read more...
Wednesday, December 17, 2014 -- 1:55 am
So far, little snow: But in 1871, it was a different story
HeraldNet - The blizzard that hit Washington Territory on Dec. 17, 1871, came 18 years before statehood but a decade after the territorial Legislature created Snohomish County . It happened 30 years before The Everett Daily Herald began publishing in 1901. Read more...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 -- 1:39 pm
Steelheading 101: Skykomish steelhead are running
The Monroe Monitor & Valley News - ... stuff. You can buy all of this in reasonable quality for around $150. I like to go to Triangle Bait & Tackle in Snohomish, John's Sporting Goods in Everett, and Greg's Custom Fishing Rods & Tackle in Lake Stevens for gear and advice. They are local, ... Read more...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 -- 1:17 am
Snohomish CEO Smith to lead the United Ways
HeraldNet - They're not legally married yet, but United Way associations in Washington and Oregon are pairing up in an effort to do more for their communities. The leader of United Way of Snohomish County will serve as the first chairman of the new organization, United Ways of the Pacific Northwest . Read more...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 -- 1:16 am
Added lane could ease Snohomish Station backups
HeraldNet - You've finished shopping at Snohomish Station, and now you're trying to head back home across town. Good luck. Read more...
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 -- 12:15 am
Youth will be served
HeraldNet - ... out of high school himself, he was a linesman for last spring's Class 4A boys state championship game between Snohomish and Ferris. This fall he was the referee for the Class 3A girls state semifinal game between Edmonds-Woodway and Bellevue, and ... Read more...
Monday, December 15, 2014 -- 10:46 pm
Security firm keeping all-night eye on Snohomish Co. crime
KOMO News - Investigators have been trying to crack down on a string of break-ins at Snohomish County car dealerships, but a private security firm might have a long-term answer. From the vantage of his dispatch center, nothing gets past Sgt. Read more...
Monday, December 15, 2014 -- 8:41 pm
Searchers cease scouring Blackmans Lake for fisherman
Mukilteo Tribune - ... that same Sunday. The search efforts were made by the Sheriff's Office dive teams along with aerial support. "The Snohomish Police Department, as well as search and rescue personnel and volunteers, will scan the lake periodically for signs of the ... Read more...
Monday, December 15, 2014 -- 8:41 pm
Thefts up, other crimes down in Snohomish
Mukilteo Tribune - Criminals are on the run in Snohomish, given the Police Department's latest statistics. Thefts are the only major category of crimes that rose compared to last fall. Read more...
Sunday, December 14, 2014 -- 12:16 am
Cooperative work will meet needs of farms, fish
HeraldNet - Can farms and fish co-exist, and even thrive, in Snohomish County's riverways? As co-chairmen of the Snohomish Sustainable Lands Strategy, we believe the answer is yes - and that fish and farm advocates can make more progress by working together than by fighting each other as both sides lose ground. With the mission of reconciling and simultaneously advancing "farm and fish" values, we'd like to outline the Sustainable Lands Strategy's approach, progress, and some challenges that come with the territory. Read more...
Sunday, December 14, 2014 -- 12:16 am
In Our View / Snohomish County budget: Budgeta s ripe for compromise
HeraldNet - With all the areas of disagreement among the Snohomish County Council and between it and County Executive John Lovick regarding the budget, it might seem likely, following Lovick's veto Wednesday of the budget approved by the council, that the county is headed for at least a partial county government shutdown on Jan. 1. We can hope, instead, that with a long list of budget differences among the council members and Lovick that there are plenty of opportunities here for some horse-trading and compromise. A 3-2 majority on the council wants revenue from an earlier passed tax increase set aside for the purpose of repaying construction bonds for the new $162 million county courthouse. Read more...
Saturday, December 13, 2014 -- 1:01 am
Everett bluff and trail get new names
HeraldNet - A small bluff next to American Legion Memorial Park will now bear the name 'Hibulb Lookout,' after the Snohomish tribal village that once was located below it at the mouth of the Snohomish River. The City Council approved the name change at its Wednesday meeting after receiving approval from the Everett Historical Commission and the blessing of the Tulalip Tribes. Read more...



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