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Weekend shooting at Horizon Elementary School

Everett Police Department Major Crimes detectives are investigating a weekend shooting at a Horizon Elementary School which injured a teen just after 6:30 p.m. on May 3, 2014.

May 5, 2014, update.

The victim, a 15 year-old Everett teen, remains at Providence Regional Medical Center for treatment. His injury is believed to be non-life threatening. Due to his age, no additional details will be provided.

All individuals detained on Saturday were questioned and released. No arrests have been made. Detectives continue working to identify and apprehend the shooter.

At this point, this incident does not appear related to the May, 2011 shooting. If details emerge linking the two, detectives will broaden the scope of their investigation. Additionally, we recognize possible witnesses and nearby neighbors told media the incident is gang related. It is too early in the investigation to speculate if this information is accurate.

Woman arrested after short pursuit in south Everett

On Saturday, April 19, 2014, at about 1:45 PM a Snohomish County Deputy saw a vehicle on 112 Street SE near 7th Avenue SE in Everett with a male passenger known to have a felony warrant. The Deputy tried to stop the vehicle but it fled northbound on 7th Avenue. A Patrol Sergeant quickly terminated the pursuit. The suspect vehicle then struck two cars stopped for traffic at Everett Mall Way, causing minor injuries to the occupant of one of the vehicles.

Penny Creek Elementary School teacher Wanda Hill named Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year

Wanda Hill, Penny Creek Elementary School teacher, was recognized as NCCE’s Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year during their conference at the Seattle Convention Center on March 13, 2014.

Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE) selects educators who go above and beyond.

Wanda Hill, Penny Creek Elementary School teacher, was recognized as NCCE’s Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year during their conference at the Seattle Convention Center on March 13, 2014.

The Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year award is given to an NCCE member who interacts with students on a daily basis.

Woman moving from Illinois to Alaska has everything stolen in Everett

The Everett Police Department is seeking the public’s help to find a stolen U-Haul box truck and car dolly. The U-Haul is a 14 foot box truck with an Arizona license plate (AE 56627) pulling a car dolly trailer. The dolly trailer has a Virginia license plate (15567R) and is carrying a black 1999 Chrysler Town and County minivan with an Illinois license plate (R679783).

Friday, March 7, 2014, update

At about 2:00 p.m. on Friday afternoon, 911 call takers received a report of an abandoned vehicle in a Lynnwood neighborhood near Filbert Rd (WA-524) and N. Damson Rd in unincorporated Snohomish County. Deputies with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area and located the U-Haul box truck, trailer and Chrysler Town and Country minivan within blocks of each other. License plates on the vehicles had been replaced with ones from other states.

Everett Police detectives responded to the scene to recover the vehicles and are working with the victim to facilitate the return of her property. It is unknown if anything is missing.

The case is under investigation and detectives are working leads along with physical evidence from the scene.

Executive John Lovick’s State of the County Address

Snohomish County Executive John Lovick gave his first ever State of the County Address in Everett on February 20, 2014. In it he noted, “… what a difference we all made together in less than a year.”

By Chuck Wright, Mill Creek resident.

Snohomish County Executive John Lovick gave his first ever State of the County Address in Everett on February 20, 2014. In it he noted, “… what a difference we all made together in less than a year.”

Lovick made sure he emphasized the plural pronoun “we,” because he knows it takes a “we” collectively to build a great community. And he wanted to give credit where credit is due for the county’s many successes.

North Middle School celebrates an Evening of the Arts

On Tuesday, March 4, 2014, from 6 to 8 pm, North Middle School will host their first annual Evening of the Arts, an event featuring the literary, fine and performing arts programs at the school

On Tuesday, March 4, 2014, from 6 to 8 pm, North Middle School will host their first annual Evening of the Arts, an event featuring the literary, fine and performing arts programs at the school. This free community event will include live musical and dramatic performances, a gallery display of traditional and technology inspired visual arts, roving poets, and community resource tables.

Ian McFeron live at Flights Pub in Everett

Ian McFeron will be performing at Flights Pub in Everett on Friday January 17, 2014 at 8:00pm. McFeron tours in support of his new album “Time Will Take You," recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy nominated Doug Lancio.

Seattle-based Ian McFeron will be performing at Flights Pub in Everett on Friday January 17, 2014 at 8:00pm. McFeron tours in support of his new album Time Will Take You," recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy nominated Doug Lancio. McFeron is joined on stage by longtime friends and musical accompanists Alisa Milner on fiddle, cello, and harmony vocals, Norman Baker on bass and harmony vocals, and Mark Bateman on drums.

Cascade High students take over South Everett Safeway on December 7th

For seven years in a row, the South Everett Safeway store has allowed Cascade High School DECA students to “take over” the store. Those who shop on Saturday, December 7, 2013, will see DECA student members throughout the store, “shadowing” employees to get hands on experience in the video, deli, floral, produce, seafood and bakery departments – and in the overall management of the retail grocery store business.

Friendly invasion is example of business partnership with real life learning experiences for students

For seven years in a row, the South Everett Safeway store has allowed Cascade High School DECA students to “take over” the store. Those who shop on Saturday, December 7, 2013, will see DECA student members throughout the store, “shadowing” employees to get hands on experience in the video, deli, floral, produce, seafood and bakery departments – and in the overall management of the retail grocery store business.

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