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She feeds Everett’s homeless; ‘no sit’ ban makes her mission harder
Everett banned handing out food and water in city-designated zones: “They just want people to disappear … be somebody else’s problem.”
After years of struggles, she’s college-bound with a scholarship
Morgan Gidney, a young mom whose teen years were filled with obstacles, was among dozens awarded $342,000 in Rotary scholarships in Everett.
Sno-Isle library workers make demands in plan to unionize
In an open letter, staff said “too often decisions are made by people far removed from the day-to-day operations of community libraries.”
For those who lived through addiction, a split on whether jail can help
State lawmakers convene Tuesday aiming to write a new law against drug possession. In Everett, it’s a thorny and complicated debate.
Gun sale spurs protest outside Everett’s Angel of the Winds Arena
Citing the nation’s plague of mass shootings, protesters point to gun sales as a major culprit. The sale’s organizer says their process ensures sales to qualified people only.
After outcry, Hope Church won’t be turned into Everett homeless shelter
The church “feels it’s within our best interests to pursue other buyers.” The city and county are taking a different route now.
Cabinet secretary visits Tulalip to listen to boarding school survivors
“Federal Indian boarding school policies have touched every Indigenous person I know,” Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said Sunday.
After months of debate, new rules for Airbnbs in Lake Stevens
Some residents aired concerns about unruly guests and lakeside parties, but rental hosts say they’re being unfairly judged.
‘Call to action’: Marysville volunteers aim for 2,000 bags of litter
Toni Kief, the city’s volunteer of the month, has picked up over 1,300 bags herself — a stat that leads the Litter League.
An electrifying tour: Hydropower plant opens doors to the public
The Woods Creek Sustainability Center is hosting a Hydropower Appreciation Day for guests to see how hydroelectricity gets made.
Cramped and ‘getting nowhere,’ Lake Stevens Senior Center seeks new home
Seniors sit shoulder to shoulder at the center on Soper Hill Road. The search is on to figure out the next step.
After years of complaints, Lake Stevens finishes ADA plan
The new transition plan could cost $37 million and could take 23 years to complete.
Marysville grocery workers protest Kroger-Albertsons merger
The chains announced a $24.6 billion deal to merge in 2022. If it goes through, it could affect over 300 stores in Washington.
USO-style variety show to make stop at Historic Everett Theatre
The cast of “Letters from Home” hopes to reach veterans, active military members and their families.
Site clearing begins for new Lake Stevens library
The initial work on Chapel Hill property brings dream of a new library closer to reality.