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Snohomish Police Blotter Sept 26 Snohomish Police Blotter Sept 26 09/26/2008
Snohomish Units were dispatched to a disturbance at the High School, where school staff had removed a knife off of a male student and he was disobeying the staff.
Snohomish Transportation Summit Snohomish Transportation Summit 12/06/2008
Senator Hobbs called together the cities in his district to comment on transportation needs. Representatives from Snohomish County, City of Snohomish, City of Lake Stevens, WSDOT, Community Transit and the Snohomish Chamber of Commerce were in attendance.
Mary Senko Wins Snohomish 150th Raffle Mary Senko Wins Snohomish 150th Raffle 12/06/2008
Mary Senko Wins Artwork Raffle. Snohomish 150th Celebration has a winner of the original oil painting donated by area artist and childrens book illustrator, Michelle Waldele-Dick, through the coordinating efforts of owner of Bee Hive Day Spa.
Pow Wows & NW Tribal Celebrations Pow Wows & NW Tribal Celebrations 12/05/2008
December NW Powwow & Events Calendar - Snohomish News Addition. This is a mini-calendar, I will try to get more out later this month. Stay tuned for more Pow Wows & NW Tribal Celebrations.
Glacier Peak Basketball at Home Glacier Peak Basketball at Home 12/06/2008
The new high school has opened their inaugural season with all wins for both Boys and Girls. This week saw them play their first games ever at home in their new gym.
Independent child care providers nix SEIU ideas Independent child care providers nix SEIU ideas 12/04/2008
Many Child Care Providers such as Colleen Hill in Snohomish spent a lot of last year watching over the state capital as SEIU and the American Federation of Teachers tried to get a bill passed that would allow for collective bargaining of Child Care Centers in the State of Washington, it was stopped.
18th annual 18th annual "Night of 1,000 Stars" 12/03/2008
Snohomish County will join its counterparts throughout Washington state Friday and Saturday, Dec. 12-13, for the 18th annual "Night of 1,000 Stars" traffic safety emphasis patrol.
Holly Jolly Partisan Winter Solstice Ornament Holly Jolly Partisan Winter Solstice Ornament 12/03/2008
A handmade ornament is all they wanted, a work of art to hang on the Whitehouse Christmas tree, a benign opportunity for each member of Congress to show off the talent within their District.
Mike Hope Attends Legislative Orientation Mike Hope Attends Legislative Orientation 12/02/2008
Today and tomorrow newly elected Rep. Mike Hope is attending legislative freshman orientation. Snohomish, Marysville, Lake Steven and Mill Creek are all apart of the 44th legislative district that elected Mike Hope in a tight race against Liz Loomis.
Baby Boomer Survivors Baby Boomer Survivors 12/02/2008
To all the kids who survived the 1930's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's!! Surviving the years of litle to no government oversight.
Prep Wrestling, Stefan St. Marie Ranked No. 1 Prep Wrestling, Stefan St. Marie Ranked No. 1 12/01/2008
Snohomish senior Stefan St. Marie is ranked No.1 in Washington State by Dave Gilbertson of the Washington Wrestling Report. In fact, Snohomish High School has 5 top 5 wrestlers in 5 different weight classes.
County converts hybrids to all-electric County converts hybrids to all-electric 11/30/2008
Snohomish County has converted two of its Toyota Prius hybrid vehicles to fully electric vehicles as part of the Plugin Center PHEV Pilot Project of Washington.
Feeding off the Misfortune of Others Feeding off the Misfortune of Others 11/28/2008
Foreclosure scams, home repossession, bank default and deceptive realtor investor scams are nothing new in Washington. Snohomish is the site to one such despicable equity swindle.
Snohomish Tradition, Home for the Holidays Snohomish Tradition, Home for the Holidays 11/29/2008
The day after Thanksgiving is becoming known as Black Friday in most areas of the country. Not in Snohomish, it's known as the day Santa comes to town or Home for the Holidays to the adults.
Second Commemorate Coin Released Second Commemorate Coin Released 11/27/2008
The Snohomish 150th Anniversary Committee (Come Home Snohomish) has released its second coin in a series of five. This new coin features the first train to Snohomish in 1888.
Draft Executive Summary of Transportation 2040 Draft Executive Summary of Transportation 2040 11/26/2008
KarenĀ Guzak - Snohomish City Council, updates Snohomish Washington about Puget Sound Regional Council's Draft executive summary of the current alternative plans for transportation for our region.
A Gun under the Tree, Becoming a Trend A Gun under the Tree, Becoming a Trend 11/27/2008
One of the hottest retail gifts for this year may be a new gun. Snohomish Washington like many small towns in America felt that many of their voices went unheard on November 4th and now they are worried about eroding constitutional rights.
The Club - New Teen Center The Club - New Teen Center 11/26/2008
Snohomish Boys and Girls Club has a newly remodeled Teen Center. "It is pretty much the coolest place in town for any teenager" said DJ Rabe.
MIKE HOPE WINS 44TH DISTRICT MIKE HOPE WINS 44TH DISTRICT 11/25/2008
Voting results and ballot numbers for the November 4, 2008 General Election Completed Results. Election results will become official upon certification. Mike Hope wins election in 44th.
Painful Budget for 2009 Painful Budget for 2009 11/24/2008
The county's combined general and non-general budget for 2009 is $815.4 million, compared to the adopted 2008 budget of $883.5  a reduction of approximately $68 million, or about 7.7 percent overall.
1.6 Billion - Commuter Rail Estimate 1.6 Billion - Commuter Rail Estimate 11/24/2008
Snohomish Rails and Trails Committee got an ear full last week when it was anounced that the cost for the project was estimated at 1.6 Billion dollars. Thats right, BILLION with a "B".
SR 9 Development Plan Corridor SR 9 Development Plan Corridor 11/23/2008
Without replacement of the SR 9 Snohomish River bridge, SR9 will continue to be an ever worsening safety issue, congestion choke point and deterrent to commerce in Western Washington.
Snohomish Parlour Tour Snohomish Parlour Tour 11/22/2008
The Snohomish Historical Society's annual Christmas Parlour Tour will be from noon to 4 p.m. Dec. 14 in Snohomish. The annual self-guided tour will feature nine private homes, including five historic and four newer homes.
Boeing Company announces lay-offs Boeing Company announces lay-offs 11/19/2008
The Boeing Company announced plans to cut approximately 800 positions at its Integrated Defense Systems facility in Wichita during 2009. Boeing attributes the reductions to the end of some programs and the delay in the U.S. Air Force tanker-replacement program.
HOLIDAY TOURS OF THE BLACKMAN BEGIN HOLIDAY TOURS OF THE BLACKMAN BEGIN 11/21/2008
Holiday tours of the Blackman House Museum, 118 Avenue B, Snohomish will begin on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from November 29 through December 28.
County preparation limits flood damage County preparation limits flood damage 11/15/2008
It was the extensive county wide preparation for the potential flooding not the lack of flooding that minimized the damages sustained from last weeks rain.
Unemployment rate up Unemployment rate up 11/18/2008
The nation's economic woes continued to be felt in Washington state in October, where the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 6.3 percent from September's rate of 5.8 percent, according to the state Employment Security Department.
Focus on Farming Conference Focus on Farming Conference 11/17/2008
As many as 500 people are expected to attend Thursday's 5th annual Focus on Farming Conference at the Lynnwood Convention Center.
Dave Somers' - 2009 Budget Comments Dave Somers' - 2009 Budget Comments 11/17/2008
I present to the citizens of Snohomish County, my fellow Councilmembers, the County Executive, elected officials county wide and county employees my recommended budget for 2009.
Snohomish Times predicts Mike Hope (R) as the winner Snohomish Times predicts Mike Hope (R) as the winner 11/15/2008
Snohomish, WA - The Snohomish Times predicts Mike Hope (R) as the winner over Liz Loomis (D) in the race for the 44th legislative district.
DRINKING WATER WARNING DRINKING WATER WARNING 11/14/2008
The City of Snohomish Water System, ID809158, located in Snohomish County may be contaminated because of a water outage and loss of pressure in the water system.
Waters rising on state highways Waters rising on state highways 11/11/2008
Today coastal areas in Clallam, Grays Harbor, and Pacific counties, in addition to areas in Pierce and Lewis counties, have water over the roadway in places. Forecasts show rain moving into Southwest Washington, so drivers there should prepare for rainy conditions. By late Wednesday, forecasts show drier weather.
Important Flood Phone Numbers and Web Sites Important Flood Phone Numbers and Web Sites 11/11/2008
Surface Water Management Division Important Flood Phone Numbers and Web Sites For All Emergencies dial 911 Flood Emergency Information.
Snohomish County has issued an emergency declaration Snohomish County has issued an emergency declaration 11/12/2008
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon has issued an emergency declaration to respond to flooding throughout the area. The emergency declaration frees up county resources for quicker response to flooding impacts and helps the county document damages for federal reporting.
Moving Corrections to Sheriff's Office Moving Corrections to Sheriff's Office 11/09/2008
Citing immediate personnel cost savings and administrative efficiencies, the county council has approved moving Snohomish County's Corrections Department out from under County Executive Aaron Reardon's oversight and into Sheriff John Lovick office as a sheriff's bureau, effective Jan. 1, 2009.
More Flooding is Coming More Flooding is Coming 11/10/2008
This Tuesday, the area could see as much as 4 inches of rain, followed by evening winds between 25 and 40 mph. On Wednesday, the remnants of a tropical storm could produce another 10 inches or more of rainfall.
Veterans Day Veterans Day 11/11/2008
The first celebration using the term Veterans Day occurred in Birmingham , Alabama , in 1947. Raymond Weeks, a World War II veteran, organized "National Veterans Day" which included a parade and other festivities, to honor all veterans.
Survive and Thrive in Tough Economy Survive and Thrive in Tough Economy 11/08/2008
While most people feel the pain of living through a tough economy, small businesses feel it even harder. In fact, the U.S. Small Business Administration reported that small firms are being hit the hardest by the rising energy costs. Small firms spend considerably more on energy than large ones do. This alone is enough stress to make or break small businesses.
Loomis looses ground in tight race Loomis looses ground in tight race 11/07/2008
The national economy overshadowed local issues like transportation and fiscal responsibility, state voters said loud and clear that they were happy with the status quoi. Maybe not?
Council Holds the Line on General Property Taxes Council Holds the Line on General Property Taxes 11/07/2008
Even facing a minimum $20 million budget shortfall next year as sales and excise tax revenues continue to fall, the county council decided it had to hold the line on the county's general property tax levy at approximately $.70 per $1,000 of assessed value, or about $245 for a $350,000 home.
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