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Updated Preliminary General Election results posted

The votes are cast and 121,723 of the General Election ballots received in Snohomish County have been counted as of Friday evening, November 8th. Approximately 50,000 ballots are left to be counted.

Most of the ballots that have been received have now been counted. 202,911 General Election ballots received by Snohomish County have been recorded as of Thursday afternoon, November 14th.

Only about 170 ballots are left to be counted.

All Mill Creek City Council incumbents have won their races and Mill Creek Planning Commissioner April Berg has succeeded in her effort to join the Everett School Board of Directors.

University of Washington Bothell Professor Dan Jaffe named to EPA list of clean air experts

The Environmental Protection Agency named University of Washington Bothell’s Dan Jaffe to its list of air quality experts. He is an expert both on ozone, a key ingredient of smog, and on particulate matter, the tiny bits in smoke that may be breathed deep into the lungs.

The Environmental Protection Agency named University of Washington Bothell’s Dan Jaffe to its list of air quality experts.

He is an expert both on ozone, a key ingredient of smog; and on particulate matter, the tiny bits in smoke that may be breathed deep into the lungs.

Cascadia College students gain sustainability experience through internships and travel

Students in the college’s Bachelors of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices program are required to do an internship, working with a sustainability oriented organization or company. Three students took this opportunity to travel – doing internships in Olympia WA, at Craters of the Moon National Park in Idaho, and in Iceland.

Students in the college’s Bachelors of Applied Science in Sustainable Practices program are required to do an internship, working with a sustainability oriented organization or company.

Three students took this opportunity to travel – doing internships in Olympia WA, at Craters of the Moon National Park in Idaho, and in Iceland.

University of Washington Bothell ranked number two on return on investment national study

CNBC Make It ranked the University of Washington Bothell number two on its 2019 list of public colleges that provide the greatest return on investment.

CNBC Make It ranked the University of Washington Bothell number two on its 2019 list of public colleges that provide the greatest return on investment.

The ranking of colleges that “pay off the most” was based on CNBC’s analysis of data provided by The Hechinger Report’s Tuition Tracker and PayScale’s College Salary Report.

Fireworks went on sale Friday

Ready or not, fireworks went on sale for the 4th of July festivities on Friday, June 28, 2019. In unincorporated Snohomish County fireworks can only be discharged on Thursday, July 4th, from 9:00 am to 11:59 pm. Mill Creek and a number of other cities have further restricted or banned the sale and discharge of fireworks.

Ready or not, fireworks went on sale for the 4th of July festivities on Friday, June 28th, at noon. In unincorporated Snohomish County fireworks can only be discharged on Thursday, July 4th, from 9:00 am to 11:59 pm. 

Mill Creek and a number of other cities have further restricted or banned the sale and discharge of fireworks.

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office detectives locate person of interest in 1990’s homicide

Human remains believed to be Mill Creek resident Michael Powell were found buried in a Bothell back yard on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.   Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking person of interest Richard "Rick" Powell.

Human remains believed to be Mill Creek resident Michael Powell were found buried in a Bothell back yard on Wednesday, May 22nd.

After asking for the public's help, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives located a person of interest in this case on Friday, May 31st.

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