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Voters cast ballots in general election

Based on the results of the Nov. 8 general election the U.S. will have a new president while Washington state prepares for some incoming initiatives to be enacted. Presidential Election Donald Trump secured the presidential election with more than...

 

Local, state, federal races are all on the Nov. 8 ballot

Ballots in Snohomish County for the general election have been mailed out and include many important federal and state races. The county mailed ballots out on Oct. 20. They can be returned through the mail but must be post marked no later than Nov....

 

Chamber hosts candidates forum

Candidates for the state legislature’s 44th District, which includes Marysville, spoke at a candidates forum hosted by the Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 30. The four candidates will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot for...

 

Chamber hosts candidates forum

Candidates in the Washington state 44th District races will come out to a candidates forum on Sept. 30 that will be hosted by the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce. The forum will be...

 

Voters reject sales tax increases

Two sales tax measures that would have funded public safety measures in Snohomish County and Marysville are currently failing according to preliminary results from the Aug. 2 primary election. Marysville Public Safety Tax Marysville’s public...

 

Preliminary results for Nov. 3 General Election

Snohomish County has released the preliminary results for the Nov. 3, 2015 General Election. The next update is slated for Nov. 4 at 5 p.m. County Executive Dave Somers (Prefers Democratic Party) received 35,363 votes (56.91%). John Lovick (Prefers...

 

Chamber hosts local candidate forum

Candidates for offices in Arlington and Snohomish County attended the Point Chamber of Commerce’s candidates forum to discuss their positions on Oct. 13. Those candidates included those running for Snohomish County Executive, Snohomish County...

 

County, local races on Nov. 3 ballot

Ballots for the Nov. 3 general election are scheduled to be mailed out Oct. 15, which will include many local city and county races for voters. The last day to register to vote by mail was Oct. 5, but new voters can register in-person at the...

 

Preliminary results for Aug. 4 election

The North County Regional Fire Authority will now be able to have neighboring fire agencies annexed into them thanks to a recent vote in the Aug. 4 primary elections. The fire district’s proposition received 86.05 percent approval from voters. The...

 

Unofficial results released for Aug. 4 primary election

The unofficial results for the Aug. 4 primary election have been released. In the race for County Executive, John Lovick received 19,928 votes (32.91 percent), Dave Somers received 19,032 votes (31.43 percent), Robert Sutherland received 16,009 votes...

 

Local mayor, city council and school board candidates file for election

Two local mayor positions, multiple city council positions and the Snohomish County Executive position will be up for election this November. The deadline for candidates to file for the upcoming election season in Snohomish County was May 15. Races...

 

Oso mudslide commission prepares report

ts meant to study the Oso mudslide response and provide recommendations for emergency response and public safety needs met for one of their final meetings on Dec. 2. The meeting was supposed to be their last, but they scheduled an additional meeting...

 

County hosts celebration of Human Rights Day

The Snohomish County Human Rights Commission is hosting a celebration commemorating the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and International Human Rights Day from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at Evergreen Middle School in Everett....

 

Marysville leaders discuss response to tragedy and city's future

At the first city council meeting since the Oct. 24 MPHS school shooting city leaders came to discuss the aftermath and one message was clear: that this tragedy would not define the city. "What will...

 

Important candidates for Arlington talk at forum

Candidates in several important upcoming races faced off during an Arlington Chamber of Commerce meeting at a candidate’s forum on Oct. 14. The eight campaigners, including candidates for Snohomish County Executive, the U.S. Congress seat for...

 

Oso area will receive more recovery funding from grants

More funding from federal and county sources will be coming to help the Oso area, as recovery efforts have received multiple grants in the last few weeks including a $1.5 million CDBG grant. The $1.5 million grant to Snohomish County from the federal...

 

Oso to receive seed from 9/11 survivor tree

Oso will be one of three communities in the nation that will receive a seedling from the 9/11 Memorial’s “Survivor Tree,” a tree known for surviving the attacks at Ground Zero in 2001 and currently re-growing at the New York memorial. “Snohom...

 

Oso slide commission takes first tour of area

The independent commission that will study the emergency response of the March 22 Oso landslide and look at land-use planning in the area took their first tour of the area on Aug. 22. On the five mont...

 
 By Pam Stevens    News    July 30, 2014

Searchers recover body of last mudslide victim

Searchers and rescuers have worked long hours since the tragic March 22 mudslide in Oso that took the lives of 43 people and destroyed millions of dollars worth of property. Their efforts paid off...

 

County employees raise $50k for Oso victims

Snohomish County employees have come together to raise $50,714 to support Oso landslide victims and presented a check of $29,000 to the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation on May 23. Snohomish County...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Opinion    May 28, 2014

Summer outings with less impact

As the sun comes out and the ground dries out, Snohomish County residents flock to local parks and trails, anxious to make the most of our sometimes abbreviated summer. The additional traffic can...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Opinion    May 14, 2014

Start small to do big things

This Friday is the deadline to throw your hat in the ring for elected office this November. A number of federal, statewide and local positions will go to the voters this year. The primary is set for...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    May 7, 2014

May 1 named First Responders Day

On Thursday, May 1, a group of Snohomish County firefighters and other first responders gathered at the Oso Fire Hall for an official pat on the back, lunch and camaraderie. Snohomish County...

 

County officials discuss criticisms, long-term recovery of Oso

The search for victims of the Oso landslide is winding down, but the long-term investigation and recovery efforts for the county are just beginning. Snohomish County officials addressed the future of...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    April 23, 2014

The president comes to Oso

Along a nearly-deserted Hwy. 530 en route to the Oso Fire House, dozens of people stood along the roadside, armed with signs of welcome and hope, as they awaited the arrival of the President of the...

 

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