Alaska Airlines Hints that Hawai’i May Be a Seasonal Offering from Everett
Everett Post - Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Alaska Airlines Hints that Hawai’i May Be a Seasonal Offering from Everett

​John Kirby, Alaska Airline’s Vice President of Capacity Planning spoke to Everett Rotarians late last week to report on progress for the privately-owned passenger terminal under construction at Paine Field, as well as the Virgin America merger.

USS Ralph Johnson is Arriving at Its New Homeport of Everett April 27th
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, April 23, 2018
USS Ralph Johnson is Arriving at Its New Homeport of Everett April 27th

She has been commissioned for service only since March 24th of this year.

Celebrating 50 Years of Making People Laugh & Smile, the Sauerkraut Band Continues to March
- Thursday, April 19, 2018
Celebrating 50 Years of Making People Laugh & Smile, the Sauerkraut Band Continues to March

An original founding member leads the Kla Ha Ya Days Parade as Grand Marshal Saturday July 21st.

ChildStrive in Everett is Here for the Community
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, April 19, 2018
ChildStrive in Everett is Here for the Community

ChildStrive believes that by helping families navigate early childhood, a very critical time in the developing minds of our children, not only contributes to the overall good of individuals, but those efforts are amplified and distributed to the community later on.

Local Police Are Seeking Help to ID Shooting Suspect
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Local Police Are Seeking Help to ID Shooting Suspect

Anyone with information about this incident or knows the occupants of the Audi is asked to call the Everett Police Department TIP LINE at (425) 257-8450 or Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-222-TIPS.

Every Rotarian in the World Has Been Tasked to Plant a Single Tree
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Every Rotarian in the World Has Been Tasked to Plant a Single Tree

It kicks off at nine a.m. at 21200 Moran Rd in Arlington, and is part of a riparian effort to restore certain areas along the South Fork of the Snohomish river.

Washington’s Summer Fire Rules Went into Effect April 15th
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Washington’s Summer Fire Rules Went into Effect April 15th

​Last year, more than 32,800 acres of Department of Natural Resource-protected lands went up in smoke in a series of 815 different wildfires. Of them, 90% were caused by humans.

Expect Closures at Lowell-Larimer Rd South of Lowell for Repairs
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Expect Closures at Lowell-Larimer Rd South of Lowell for Repairs

Crews will close approximately 300 feet of Lowell-Larimer Road at 7 a.m. Monday, April 23, for road and utility maintenance.

Ragin' Ray Hancock, Retired M'ville Firefighter, Has Passed Away
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, April 12, 2018
Ragin' Ray Hancock, Retired M'ville Firefighter, Has Passed Away

Flags will be flying at half-mast across Marysville on April 21st, the day of his memorial services.

E.S.C. Mattress Center: Three friends, one idea, and the passion to make it work
Kayla Scofield - Wednesday, April 11, 2018
E.S.C. Mattress Center: Three friends, one idea, and the passion to make it work

Three friends and former co-workers broke free of a corporation with a single idea: We want to do things our way and create something our community can trust.


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