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May is Military Appreciation Month and many local officials say having a naval base and reserve center integrated into the local community is a great community resource.

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Mayor Jon Nehring invites Marysville residents and business people to join him for a virtual Coffee Klatch on Facebook Live on Monday, May 11, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Follow the city of Marysville Facebook page (@MarysvilleWashington) to set a reminder. You can also submit questions there ahe…

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As announced last week, the Snohomish Health District will continue surveillance testing at several long-term care facilities around the County. It is also opening up some limited testing in the south county area beginning later this week.

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The city of Marysville is accepting grant applications for funding to support response to infectious disease including COVID-19. The city will award nearly $33,000 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to eligible public service activities that prepare, prevent and respond to the…

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The Washington State Employment Security Department launched a massive update of its computer systems with the goal of ensuring people can successfully file for expanded unemployment benefits enabled by the Federal CARES Act. Every hour, thousands of people are applying for unemployment bene…

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The Tulalip Bay Fire Department has new staff and a new aid car and is now working with the Tulalip Clinic to transport tribal members with less serious illnesses to the clinic.

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 The Washington State Department of Health is now able to report COVID-19 data on hospitalization and race/ethnicity. Specifically, DOH has data on the number of persons currently hospitalized or in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) with confirmed COVID-19 and the race/ethnicity of persons who ha…

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On March 23, the Snohomish Health District opened a drive-thru testing site in the parking lot near Everett Memorial Stadium. During its three weeks of operations, the site successfully tested more than 2,100 individuals. Of those, 1,355 test results have been completed and 59 were positive.

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Gov. Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced on April 6 the extension of school closures for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. The order keeps both public and private schools closed in accordance with the governor's original order on March 13.

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Gov. Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order is now extended through May 4. Physical distancing appears to be working but the governor said we have yet to see the full weight of this pandemic in our state. The percentage of tests that are positive is still going up. Continued vigilance …

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Evidence continues to show the virus that causes COVID-19 is spreading in Snohomish County. With 50-100 new cases per day, staying home and avoiding all non-essential contact with others is the best way to stay healthy and keep others healthy.

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These have been trying times for our region, state, and nation. We will continue to make the necessary strides to ensure the safety of our guests, Team Members, the Stillaguamish Tribe, and our community. On Thursday, April 2nd, Gov. Jay Inslee extended the mandate regarding the stay-at-home…