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Snohomish County Sheriff issues statement condemning Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detainer Report

“If ICE truly felt that these offenders were a danger to society, they would establish probable cause and seek an arrest warrant, just like any other law enforcement agency. Since our policy to no longer honor detainer requests has been in place, ICE has produced zero warrants at our jail.”

“If ICE truly felt that these offenders were a danger to society, they would establish probable cause and seek an arrest warrant, just like any other law enforcement agency. Since our policy to no longer honor detainer requests has been in place, ICE has produced zero warrants at our jail,” said Sheriff Ty Trenary.

Snohomish Health District seeks public comment on proposed medicine take-back plan

Expanding access to secure medicine disposal programs is a key strategy for preventing prescription drug abuse and heroin.

Expanding access to secure medicine disposal programs is a key strategy for preventing prescription drug abuse and heroin.

A pharmaceutical stewardship plan has been submitted by MED-Project, who also operates a similar plan in King County. The Snohomish Health District is now seeking input from Snohomish County residents on the submitted plan.

TEDxSnoIsleLibraries Salon and Edmonds Community College to present an evening on personal renaissance

Sriharshita “Harshu” Musunuri giving her 2016 TEDxSnoIsleLibraries talk. Photo courtesy of Sno-Isle Libraries.

Jackson High School student Sriharshita “Harshu” Musunuri will be one of the speakers at the free TEDxSnoIsleLibraries Salon 2017 on Thursday, April 6th.

Learn how to get inspired, how to turn ideas into talks, and how to embark on your own personal renaissance.

Snohomish County Healthy Youth Survey shows gains and losses regarding substance use

In the first set of data released from the 2016 Healthy Youth Survey, the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services focused on results surrounding youth substance abuse.

In the first set of data released from the 2016 Healthy Youth Survey, the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services focused on results surrounding youth substance abuse.

Thirteen of the school districts in Snohomish County participated in the surveys distributed last October, adding up to 14,630 sixth, eighth, tenth, and twelfth graders whose answers shed some light around the health of our youth.

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