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Scott Peacock has been asked to fill the position. He’s worked for Snohomish schools since 1993.
The retailer has started to apply for permits through the city. There’s no construction timeline yet.
Maxwell Pickard was born in Vietnam and adopted soon after. He’s now headed to a California university.
Each candidate will meet with the district this week. Someone is expected to be chosen by Friday.
“If we are in the travel business, we are contributing to the destruction of our environment,” he said.
Sharing Wheels bike shop has hosted the event for 17 years. Most exchanges cost less than $20.
That number will be narrowed to three after candidates are interviewed in public meetings next week.
The building was meant to serve as a gathering place for generations. It now stands nearly empty.
Josh Middleton is set to begin on July 1. His contract is expected to be final this week.
The public is invited to meet them Tuesday. A new leader is set to begin in July.
The developer wants to build 206 units and retail space. It may be months before permits are issued.
The veteran’s memorial on the Snohomish County campus in Everett re-opened Thursday.
The event runs from 1 p.m. until midnight on Saturday. There will be music, vendors and food trucks.
Kids are invited to try luge, the sport. Those with talent may be asked to train with USA Luge.
The City Council chose a contractor this week. Construction is to be finished in 2022.
Nancy Enick, 18, started at Heritage High School this school year. She’s since gotten straight As.
The unseasonable heat could break records this weekend. Showers are likely to return next week.
The 20-acre plot could be named Julia’s Landing. The City Council is set to vote next month.
Kids often spend the first few days in a car or office. A new space aims to eliminate that.
Voters approved a $1.4 million levy for school improvements. The work is now being planned.