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Horizon Air Announces Plans, Paine Field Horizon Air Announces Plans, Paine Field 10/02/2008
Horizon Air is pursuing plans to introduce daily air service from Paine Field near Everett, Wash., before next summer. The announcement comes after a 6-0 vote last month by the Everett City Council in favor of a resolution supporting scheduled commercial flights at Paine Field.
County tightens codes against illegal junkyards County tightens codes against illegal junkyards 10/01/2008
Illegal junkyard operators beware. Snohomish Countys code enforcement regulations just got tougher. On Wednesday, the county council approved recommendations for strengthening ordinances against code enforcement violators.
Glacier Peak Grizzlies WIN! Glacier Peak Grizzlies WIN! 09/27/2008
Glacier Peak Grizzlies win their first football game 35 - 7 over Mountlake Terrace. This talented young team found their way into the endzone five times over the course of the evening. Richter threw for three of the five touchdowns.
BNSF selects Tom Payne, TPO BNSF selects Tom Payne, TPO 09/25/2008
BNSF selected as a short line operator for the Snohomish-Woodinville section a joint venture between Byron Cole and Tom Payne. Their proposal was the only responsive bid.
Funding Available to Non-Profits Funding Available to Non-Profits 09/22/2008
The City of Snohomish is now accepting applications from non-profit agencies for projects that assist tourism development and promotion in the City of Snohomish.
Design Review Board Vacancy Design Review Board Vacancy 09/19/2008
Applications are currently being accepted for an open seat on the Citys Design Review Board. The application period will remain open until 4:00 p.m. on Monday, October 13, 2008.
Herald endorses Mike Hope Herald endorses Mike Hope 09/23/2008
The Herald Newspaper endorsed Mike Hope for Position 2 in the 44th Legislative District, September 23, 2008.
On Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at 10:15AM, Washington State will be conducting an annual Earthquake drill statewide. All citizens, businesses, schools, and government agencies are strongly encouraged to participate in the drill.
Historic Snohomish Home Tour Historic Snohomish Home Tour 09/21/2008
The 37th Annual Historic Snohomish Home Tour was a little different this year. Some found it odd to have the home tour feature homes without a tour of the home.
Grizzlies Turn Up the Heat Grizzlies Turn Up the Heat 09/19/2008
Lets get ready to rumble! Glacier Peak Grizzlies verse Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks, Friday Night Prep Football. Coach Rosenbach led his young talented team out on to the field, they look ready and they look tough.
City Shows Fiscal Responsibility City Shows Fiscal Responsibility 09/17/2008
Snohomish City Council votes 4-3 to be more fiscally responsible during these hard economic times. Waiting on this $1.2 million project to design and develop Harryman's Farm Park was the final decision.
Snohomish Car Show Snohomish Car Show 09/16/2008
Snohomish, WA&.The 26th annual Snohomish Classic Car & Hot Rod Display comes to Downtown Snohomish on Sunday is September 28, 2008, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Trails not part of Snohomish portion Trails not part of Snohomish portion 09/15/2008
The citizen committee, Rails and Trails, met today Sept. 15th. Key speaker was Mike Merit from the Port of Seattle and Peter Kamp from the Snohomish County Executive's office.
On Friday, Sept. 12th Glacier Peak held a prep rally for their first ever home football game. The excitement was very contagious and everyone was full of Grizzly spirit! The booster club for Glacier Peak had been very busy preparing decorations for the event.
Chamber takes on Transportation Chamber takes on Transportation 09/11/2008
The Snohomish chamber of commerce had its monthly CIA meeting at Collector's Choice restaurant Wednesday. Colleen Hill led the meeting with a great turnout of business leaders and city staff.
Glacier Peak Grizzlies First Game on Hill Glacier Peak Grizzlies First Game on Hill 09/09/2008
Glacier Peak High School Football goes into the history books with their first touchdown on their home field. This was the first organized football game played on the Grizzlies BRAND NEW field.
Economic and Workforce Development Conference Economic and Workforce Development Conference 09/05/2008
2008 Economic and Workforce Development Conference Lynnwood Convention Center, Lynnwood, WA. Taking advantage of the green movement and how to rake in the money people are spending to convert to green products.
RAILROAD - GNP's Application Granted RAILROAD - GNP's Application Granted 09/07/2008
On July 14, 2008, GNP Rly Inc. filed an application for a modified certificate of public convenience and necessity under 49 CFR 1150, Subpart C, Modified Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (modified certificate), to lease and operate a segment of a line of railroad in the City of Snohomish, Snohomish County, WA.
Palin, Pitt Bull in Lipstick Palin, Pitt Bull in Lipstick 09/03/2008
Finally a woman as VP!
Palin, who made history as the first woman to run as vice president on the GOP ticket, proved her toughness as presidential nominee John McCain's new muscle.
NEW! AWB elections Web site NEW! AWB elections Web site 09/02/2008
Businesses and individuals searching for information on candidates for legislative and statewide office can now visit the new elections Web site launched by the Association of Washington Business.
On Thursday, September 11th, 2008, an American flag should be displayed outside every home, apartment, office, and store in the United States.
Reardon no model of fiscal restraint Reardon no model of fiscal restraint 08/29/2008
Perhaps if Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon set a better spending example for the County Council, he'd be more successful in getting their cooperation on budget issues.
Upcoming Legislative Meeting Schedule Upcoming Legislative Meeting Schedule 08/29/2008
Upcoming Legislative Meeting Schedule at the Vancouver HILTON. Wed, Sept. 03, 2008 - Thurs, Sept. 04, 2008 - Friday, Sept. 05, 2008, Location: Vancouver Hilton.
Snohomish Farmers come out for Mike Hope Snohomish Farmers come out for Mike Hope 08/26/2008
Mike Hope continues to rack up new supporters! With the addition of some Snohomish valley farmers support, it is only fitting that Mike continues to have a smile on his face.
Snohomish Football Jamboree Snohomish Football Jamboree 08/23/2008
Snohomish Valley Junior Football held it's Jamboree on Saturday. Players were able to show off their skills they have learned at practice. The Snohomish Valley Junior Football Association is recognized as one of the premier programs for learning football fundamentals. The regular season start next Saturday and will continue into October.
Trouble with bicycles in traffic Trouble with bicycles in traffic 08/20/2008
The trouble with bicycles in traffic is the gray area they occupy between pedestrians and motorcycles. When traffic is moving, cyclists want free and safe access to a lane of travel much like a motorcycle rider would expect.
Glacier Peak High School, Bu Ya! Glacier Peak High School, Bu Ya! 08/17/2008
Welcome to the new Snohomish high school, Glacier Peak! It's almost ready to except students and looking like the shining example of modern technology that parents in today's society are looking for.
Old Fashion Family Picnic at Hill Park Old Fashion Family Picnic at Hill Park 08/16/2008
Old Fashion Family Picnic at Hill Park, not only is the event free of admission, it is also free of vendors selling you food and things. The idea is old-fashion - you bring the food from your home in a picnic basket, and set out a blanket or use of the tables in the shelters.
Larsen, Democrats are out of touch Larsen, Democrats are out of touch 08/08/2008
What happens to politicians when they get elected and travel to Washington, D.C., for two years, four years, six years or more? It appears they lose contact with their home communities and the folks who elected them to office.
Seattle Hill Road changes are selfish Seattle Hill Road changes are selfish 08/14/2008
A considerable number of residents have to pass through or go around Mill Creek daily for everything from shopping to picking up the kids at school. We all know that 132nd Street, Seattle Hill Road and 164th Street/Mill Creek Road carry very high traffic volumes and have likely surpassed their capacity.
Smog Watch in effect Smog Watch in effect 08/14/2008
August 14, 2008  A Smog Watch has been called by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency for King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties. People who are especially sensitive to pollution are advised to limit their time outdoors. Even healthy individuals should consider limiting their outdoor exercise, or plan to work out indoors.
Council hiring freeze welcome but late Council hiring freeze welcome but late 08/13/2008
The Council ordinance follows steps enacted in June by the Executive's Office and Finance Department to stop county hiring. Since then, the Executive's Office has been successful in keeping open more than 160 county positions, saving money to make up a projected $9 million revenue shortfall.
Effort to Save Energy Effort to Save Energy 08/11/2008
Snohomish County, in cooperation with Wal-Mart Stores, has launched an expanded program to encourage the use of compact energy and cost-efficient fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). Wal-Mart Stores recently donated 4,000 CFLs to the county, allowing many more low income residents to receive these efficient light bulbs.
P-8A Poseidon Moves to Preflight P-8A Poseidon Moves to Preflight 08/12/2008
Boeing Integrated Defense Systems and Boeing Commercial Airplanes employees gathered today in Renton, Wash., to celebrate the completion of final assembly on the first P-8A Poseidon for the U.S. Navy and its move to preflight work.
White Americans no longer a majority White Americans no longer a majority 08/09/2008
White people will no longer make up a majority of Americans by 2042, according to new government projections. That's eight years sooner than previous estimates, made in 2004.
National Night Out - HUGE! National Night Out - HUGE! 08/07/2008
National Night Out, which was sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored by the Snohomish Police Department, Snohomish Neighborhood Coalition, and Snohomish Fire Department, involved 11,000 communities from all 50 states, U.S.
Democrat Sex Scandal Democrat Sex Scandal 08/08/2008
Former presidential candidate John Edwards, who won nationwide praise and sympathy as he campaigned side by side with his cancer-stricken wife. Edwards recently endorsed Obama and has been mentioned as a possible running mate.
Snohomish residents interested in learning more about what makes their Police Department work now have an opportunity to participate in a 10-week Citizens' Academy offered by the Snohomish Police Department.
25th Annual National Night Out 25th Annual National Night Out 08/03/2008
On Tuesday, August 5th, neighborhoods throughout the City of Snohomish are being invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the "25th Annual National Night Out" crime and drug prevention event.
Sheriff arrives ahead of Sheriff arrives ahead of "THE BUS" 08/02/2008
The Snohomish County Sheriff, John Lovick, in one of the new Sheriff's department Black and White's, preceded "THE BUS" into Snohomish today. John Lovick the newly elected Sheriff took his oath in January of this year leaving his seat in the 44th legislative district.
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