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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.
Moderate flooding expected in low-lying areas Moderate flooding expected in low-lying areas 11/07/2008
Flood warnings added for Monroe, Snohomish.
Flood Warnings were issued Friday morning for the Skykomish River at Gold Bar. Residents near Monroe and Snohomish should prepare for moderate flooding beginning this afternoon in low-lying areas near the river.
SnohomishRiver is projected near Flood Stage 1 SnohomishRiver is projected near Flood Stage 1 11/06/2008
SnohomishRiver at Snohomish 24.4 ft at 6 AM Saturday - Action Stage 20.0ft Flood Stage 1 25.0ft - The SnohomishRiver could cause minor flooding of lowlands not protected by levees and on the Old Snohomish-Monroe highway. A stage of 25 feet on the SnohomishRiver corresponds to a Phase 2 in the SnohomishCounty flood program.
Potential flooding through Friday Potential flooding through Friday 11/04/2008
Snohomish County is currently under a Flood Watch, meaning weather conditions are favorable for flooding but flooding is not imminent or currently occurring.
Change smoke alarm batteries Change smoke alarm batteries 11/02/2008
The Snohomish County Fire Marshal's Office is reminding residents to change the batteries in their fire detectors and smoke alarms when they change their clocks this weekend.
China World's Fastest-Growing Aviation Market China World's Fastest-Growing Aviation Market 10/29/2008
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] detailed its 2008 Current Market Outlook (CMO) for the China region today, forecasting a market for 3,710 new airplanes worth about $390 billion over the next 20 years.
TEAM - Together Everyone Achives More TEAM - Together Everyone Achives More 11/01/2008
Coach Rosenbach after the game had more enthusiasm then he could contain. He and his coaching staff were most complimentary of the level of TEAM play, working as a group they saw in this evenings contest.
Snohomish Voters Exit Poll Snohomish Voters Exit Poll 10/30/2008
Snohomish, WA -- Community Collection Centers (CCC) and Accessible Voting Sites (AVS) open around the state including here at the Snohomish Library and by the number of voters already turning in their ballot it shows a large turnout.
BNSF Eastside Rail Corridor Delay BNSF Eastside Rail Corridor Delay 10/28/2008
Port of Seattle CEO Tay Yoshitani announced today that the Port will not finalize acquisition of the BNSF Eastside Rail Corridor until the first quarter of 2009.
Fed Up with Ugly Campaign Ads Fed Up with Ugly Campaign Ads 10/27/2008
O.K., Ive had it with negative campaign ads. Thank heavens we only have one more week of the barrage of these intelligence insulting campaign commercials. Party politics has run amuck!
2008 Skate America, Huge Hit! 2008 Skate America, Huge Hit! 10/26/2008
Americans Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker came up with an excellent free skate of program to win the silver, their third in as many appearances in the Grand Prix Series.
Grizzlies can run the ball too! Grizzlies can run the ball too! 10/25/2008
Glacier Peak Grizzlies Football is on par to win the division. This week they showed off their running game with almost 365 yards rushing. Shorewood couldn't slow down this explosive offense.
Local railroad receives award from BNSF Local railroad receives award from BNSF 10/22/2008
At its recent annual Short-Line Railroad Conference on October 20th in Fort Worth, Texas, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company (BNSF) presented Columbia Basin Railroad/Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad with the "Short-Line Achievement Award".
LIVE Skate America Coverage LIVE Skate America Coverage 10/24/2008
U.S. Figure Skating's partnership with NBC Universal has led to an unprecedented television coverage schedule for this weekend's Skate America, taking place at the Comcast Arena at Everett in Everett, Wash.
2008 Skate America Opens 2008 Skate America Opens 10/23/2008
The 2008 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series begins this week at Skate America in Everett, Wash. Athletes from Team USA will compete against skaters from 15 other countries, all vying for points and prize money in this first of six events in the series.
Alternatives fell on deaf ears Alternatives fell on deaf ears 10/20/2008
Mike Hope's character has been called into question over the last couple weeks and it is time for some to say something. I personally and professional know both Mike Hope and Liz Loomis.
Slow Start - Running Finish Slow Start - Running Finish 10/18/2008
Glacier Peak Grizzlies show the high octane offense is for real! It was a little bit concerning in the first quarter with the Grizzlies unable to stop the Seagulls and coming up empty on the score board.
Panther's Football Homecoming Panther's Football Homecoming 10/17/2008
The Snohomish high school football players were well prepared for homecoming by head coach Mark Perry scoring on their first two drives. Stanwood scored first to make it 0-7 but Snohomish came right back to score and passed it in for two on the extra point attempt making it 8-7 Snohomish.
Hazard Mitigation Grant Hazard Mitigation Grant 10/16/2008
After the November 2006 floods, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Washington State Emergency Management Department (EMD) announced a Hazard Mitigation Grant opportunity for jurisdictions and agencies to reduce or eliminate hazards or losses.
Waterline Protection Project Waterline Protection Project 10/12/2008
During the November 2006 flood event, the Pilchuck Rivers western riverbank experienced significant erosion in the vicinity of the Citys water transmission main.
Loomis starts the attack Loomis starts the attack 10/16/2008
The Negative Attacks by Liz Loomis Have Started, even after the candidate for the 44th legislative Dist told the Marysville Globe there would be no attacks.
Glacier Peak High School Dedication Glacier Peak High School Dedication 10/15/2008
A very exciting day for the Snohomish Students, School District, Faculty and the families living around the new Glacier Peak High School. Today October 15, 2008 was the official dedication of Glacier Peak High School and open house.
Glacier Peak - No Rain Big Gain Glacier Peak - No Rain Big Gain 10/10/2008
Glacier Peak vs. Lynnwood at Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium. No rain big gain, Southard had over 125 yards and four TD's, Richter throwing for just under 280 yards including three touchdowns.
Initiative 985's congestion-relief Initiative 985's congestion-relief 10/09/2008
Carpool lanes opened during non-peak hours, traffic lights synchronized to optimize traffic flow, accidents cleared out faster, making it clear that people want "reducing traffic congestion" to be the top transportation priority, all without raising taxes.
APA 8 Ball League APA 8 Ball League 10/07/2008
APA 8 Ball League will start on Tuesday October 21st at 7pm. Jeff (League Operator) has mentioned to me that it will be a traveling league if we cannot get 6 teams here in Snohomish. We would like to have everybody here every week so we need some teams!!!
Answering Questions about Fire Deaths Answering Questions about Fire Deaths 10/08/2008
Snohomish community came together to answer questions about a fire that killed two adults and two children at a mobile home park in Snohomish.

Home Heating - Fire Prevention Week 2008 Home Heating - Fire Prevention Week 2008 10/06/2008
As the temperature outside drops, Washington families take to the indoors to keep safe and warm. What they may not realize is that turning up the heat can increase the risk of home heating fires.
Boeing Consolidates Aviation Training Boeing Consolidates Aviation Training 10/05/2008
The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] announced today it is combining Alteon, a wholly owned subsidiary, and existing training groups within Boeing Commercial Airplanes to form a new, unified training organization.
High Octane Precision Offense Rained On High Octane Precision Offense Rained On 10/04/2008
The high octane precision offense of the Glacier Peak Grizzlies was rained out Friday night. The Grizzlies poured it on and were able to stay even with Meadowdale into the half with a score of 7 - 7.
Palin takes on Palin takes on "Good'ol Boy" Biden 10/03/2008
Who says a woman can't be Vise President? Whoever did forgot to tell Sarah Palin! The matchup was the must see TV event of the week.
Looking for a loop hole Looking for a loop hole 09/29/2008
Does anyone not know what G.O.P. means? How about we stick with the issues and find ways to help our communities instead of looking for a loop hole or shortcut to the governors mansion.
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.
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