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Everett, Washington is located in Snohomish County. Zip codes in Everett, WA include 98204, 98207, and 98203. The median home price in Everett is $259,000 which is roughly $168/per square foot. More Everett information.

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11 hrs ago | HeraldNet

Texting while driving a problem for all ages of drivers

An analysis of the 2,261 traffic stops in which the Washington State Patrol has issued tickets or warnings through July of this year finds more than half of the violators are over the age of 30. Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste believes the problem of texting drivers, as well as those distracted by holding cell phones to their ears, is getting worse. "We are just glued to these things as a society," he said.

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15 hrs ago | HeraldNet

Darrington schools get federal grant to pay for mudslide expenses

The U.S. Department of Education awarded the district a $10,341 Project School Emergency Response to Violence grant . The grant program, also know as Project SERV, is intended to cover costs for schools affected by a violent or traumatic event.

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19 hrs ago | HeraldNet

United Way musters volunteers for Days of Caring

Diane Rogers and Linden Kimbrough are used to doing the work themselves. For years, the women have planted, weeded and watered a garden just south of Everett's old train station on Bond Street.

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19 hrs ago | HeraldNet

Aquila best of bird constellations

I hope you had a chance to enjoy the harvest full moon last week over Everett. As nice as it was I'm glad it's over with.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

HeraldNet

Class of 1942: Classmate report from her loving sister

Snohomish Class of 1942 celebrates 72-year reunion ." ) My beautiful sister, Dolores Ahern Sunley, was part of that class.

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HeraldNet

Guest Commentary / Global warming warning: Birds are canaries in a coal mine

I applaud the Herald's recent editorial, " Watching as birds fall away ." This is a real issue with real local impacts.

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HeraldNet

Marysville native braves elements on Discoverya s a Naked and Afraida

What do you say when you're about to appear on national TV in your birthday suit for an hour? Jefferson, 32, will be on Discovery Channel's survivalist reality TV show "Naked and Afraid" at 10 p.m. Sunday. On the episode titled "Botswana Breakdown," he teams up with a female Rhode Island bartender to bare all in the barren plains of Africa.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

HeraldNet

Do it today

The seventh annual Snohomish Pumpkin Hurl and Medieval Faire is Saturday and Sunday at Alexander Farm Corner and the pumpkins will be flying. The festival begins at 10 a.m. on both days.

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HeraldNet

Stay up late and you might see northern lights this weekend

The aurora borealis is shown in Alaska in 2013. The light show is a rarity in the Puget Sound region, but it may be visible this weekend.

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North Sound

Teen facing Arlington theft charges hangs self in jail

The latest person to die was scheduled to be transferred to the Marysville Jail Sept. 10. He was supposed to appear in court on a charge of third-degree theft out of Arlington, sheriff's spokeswoman Shari Ireton said.

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HeraldNet

New giant artwork coming together at Boeing's Everett plant

The world's largest digital graphic is coming together slowly, strip by strip at the Boeing Co.' s plant at Paine Field.

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HeraldNet

How do the Tips measure up?

Alan Caldwell really is an indispensable resource for any WHL fan, and he does real yeoman's work on some specific topics every year. One of the things he does is chart each team's average measurements .

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Stars and Stripes

Billionaire Paul Allen sues over rare WWII Panzer tank he says he bought

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has seen his share of court fights, what with a patent war he launched a few years ago against pretty much all of Silicon Valley, and other high-profile business battles. But few lawsuits have been like the one filed on the billionaire's behalf Wednesday in San Mateo County Superior Court.

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HeraldNet

Everett dog killer sentenced to 1 year on work release

For a decade, she and the 15-pound Cockapoo were best friends. He was by her side when she moved into her own apartment for the first time and was a constant companion as she attended college.

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Examiner.com

Senior dog with spinal injury surrendered to shelter has never been inside

Trooper the black Labrador retriever is a sleek, fun-loving nine-year-old who's seeking a new home. Sadly, Trooper sustained a spinal injury in the past and has a "funny" walk as a result, but it doesn't appear to cause him any discomfort and he doesn't let this slow him down.

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KIRO-TV Seattle

SeattleInsider: Scooter gang revs engines for kids in need

Soldiers of Destiny, a Seattle scooter club, is joining forces for the 2nd annual "Big Hearts & Backpacks" program benefiting Safe Place in Everett, Washington. And this weekend they are destined for a heck-of-ride as they will each wear packs on their backs and make a delivery to the kids at Safe Place.

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KOMO News

19-year-old inmate hangs himself in Snohomish County Jail

The Snohomish County medical examiner's office says a 19-year-old found dead in his cell at the Snohomish County Jail hanged himself. The sheriff's office says Travis A. Nelson-Martinez of Sultan had been screened when he was booked into jail and there were no concerns he was suicidal.

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HeraldNet

Abortion: Don't disparage women's rights

Do some research before you imply that dozens of women do this every day. 2. The resultant child of a 12- or 13-year-old mother is painfully vulnerable if raised by a mother who is still a child.

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HeraldNet

In Our View/An anniversary and a presidential address: Sept. 11 and the forever war

Americans mark the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks against the backdrop of last night's on-the-offensive ISIS address by President Obama. That week in September, Gov. Gary Locke reassured Washingtonians that the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and the Columbia and Snake River dams were secure.

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HeraldNet

Time to act is now: Local Iraqis support decision to fight Islamic State

From his home in Everett, Abdul al Tamimi watches President Obama's speech with his friend, Rose Levon and son, Khalid al Tamimi, Wednesday evening. The al Tamimi family immigrated to the U.S. from Iraq in 1994.

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