The Snohomish County Chapter of the American Red Cross seeks nominations for its annual Real Heroes Breakfast. Nominees should live, work or be stationed in Snohomish County. During the agency’s Dec. 11 breakfast at the Tulalip Resort Casino, “Real Heroes” will be honored for positive actions in life-threatening situations or times of crisis. The heroic acts should go beyond the scope of nominees’ jobs, and be verified by police reports, news articles or other credible sources. Chuck Morrison, executive director of the agency’s northwest Washington region, noted that “This year we’ve been challenged by extreme disasters, and we’ve seen exceptional individuals step up to respond.” Nominations will be accepted until Sept. 30. Forms are online at: https://americanredcross.wufoo.com/forms/z1l953dh1r4zqz0/
Mill Creek police post blotters: The Mill Creek Police Department plans to start sharing a weekly blotter soon at http://tinyurl.com/MCPDblotters.
The blotter will contain brief descriptions of recent incidents, officer Ian Durkee said.
The blotter is part of an ongoing effort by the police department to share information with the public, Durkee said.