Motorcycle Operator Insurance Now Required in WA
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Motorcycle Operator Insurance Now Required in WA

The act was introduced, “relating to the financial responsibility of motorcycle operators,” and amending RCW 46.30.020 which covers liability insurance violations and exceptions.

Consumer Fireworks Ban Proposal Moves to Ballot
Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, July 28, 2019
Consumer Fireworks Ban Proposal Moves to Ballot

On July 24, the Snohomish County Council moved to address the concern by adding it to the ballot and letting the voters of the county make a decision regarding the potential “prohibition of the possession, sale and discharge of consumer fireworks in the unincorporated areas of Snohomish County.”

Stiffer Fines for HOV Lane Violators Begin this Sunday
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Stiffer Fines for HOV Lane Violators Begin this Sunday

During an emphasis patrol last Fall, troopers cited 1671 carpool lane violators in just a single week across three counties, including one driver who was stopped three times.

Cornstalk Music Festival: A Nice Sampling of Local Talent
Joey Muldowney - Thursday, July 18, 2019
Cornstalk Music Festival: A Nice Sampling of Local Talent

If you want a weekend of excitement and beauty surrounded by kind, caring people, I know the farm will provide. This place has a magical glow about it and a sweet aroma this time of year. Everything is green and golden, the magnolias are in full bloom, and the fruit trees may even have a tasty snack for you to pluck.

Man from SnoCo Disarms, Takes Down Armed Felon While Vacationing in Utah
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Man from SnoCo Disarms, Takes Down Armed Felon While Vacationing in Utah

In a remarkable case of right-time-right-place, a former resident of Snohomish county with the professional acuity and background required to subdue, disarm and detain a would-be shooter just happened to be around when it was most needed.

Roadcone Season Underway in N Everett
Bonnie Johnson - Saturday, July 13, 2019
Roadcone Season Underway in N Everett

​Beginning last Monday, July 8, construction on the Rucker Renewal project is underway, and navigating downtown has now turned into a vehicular version of hopscotch.

Protest Planned This Friday at 39th and Broadway as "A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps"
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, July 11, 2019
Protest Planned This Friday at 39th and Broadway as "A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps"

The momentum for the protest is being fueled by concerns at US borders, where detention centers meant for short term custody are being overcrowded and overwhelmed, which are then paired with Federal policies which preclude the release of detainees while awaiting deportation or asylum decisions.

Leonard J Martin: We Were Outnumbered, An Oral Retelling of a POW Experience
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, July 09, 2019
Leonard J Martin: We Were Outnumbered, An Oral Retelling of a POW Experience

Leonard J. Martin was captured on October 31st of 1944 and released April 13th, 1945. He had enlisted into the armed forces in August of 1943 after graduating from Snohomish High School the previous Spring.

Red, White and ... Lime?
Bonnie Johnson - Wednesday, July 03, 2019
Red, White and ... Lime?

​Everett once again has paired up with KXA and KRKO to put on the most spectacular fireworks show North of the Sno-King line for Everett’s July 4th Celebration. With a draw that brings in several thousand area residents to the downtown core, things can expect to be a little more hectic and celebratory than your run of the mill Thursday.

Jennings Park Popcorn-in-the-Park Has Changes This Year
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, July 02, 2019
Jennings Park Popcorn-in-the-Park Has Changes This Year

The popcorn is free, but prepare for the evening by packing a picnic supper, low backed chairs and some blankets from home. There’s food for purchase, too, in case you didn’t bring enough.


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