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Ivar's brings back Scoop + offers free clams

Sen. Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson holding a sheet of clam stamps in his Washington, D.C. office in 1960.

During November 2012, the popular Ivar's Everett Seafood Bar, located at: 1520 41st Street, near Everett Memorial Stadium, temporarily closed its doors for its first major makeover since opening in 1986.

During this time several pieces of historical artwork were taken down, including a photo of Senator Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson holding Ivar Haglund’s “clam stamps.” After several community members expressed concern over the absent photo, Ivar’s is now ready to re-hang the restored image of the hometown hero and once-presidential hopeful during a “reveal” on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 10:15 AM.

Mill Creek insurance agency conducts successful 2012 toys for tots campaign

The Wingert Insurance Agency in Mill Creek collected more than 400 donations during a South Snohomish County Toys For Tots drive conducted from November 28th to December 12th.

The Wingert Insurance Agency in Mill Creek collected more than 400 donations during a South Snohomish County Toys For Tots drive conducted from November 28th to December 12th. Assisting the Wingert Insurance Agency with toy delivery was Brien Ford of Everett, which loaned them a 2013 Escape for toy transport.

Everett School District’s lighting upgrades already show payback

The Snohomish County PUD recently awarded the Everett School District about $95,000 in rebates for installing energy saving electrical upgrades this summer.

The Snohomish County PUD recently awarded the Everett School District about $95,000 in rebates for installing energy saving electrical upgrades this summer. These upgrades are also expected to save $42,000 in energy costs per year.

Heatherwood Middle School now has more energy efficient lighting. Parking lot lights at Jackson High, Evergreen and Gateway middle schools and four district elementary schools are brighter and also more energy efficient – thanks to upgrade projects completed in the summer of 2012.

Stuff the Bus needs volunteers

The Everett School District is looking for volunteers for multiple Stuff the Bus community events in August.

The Everett School District is looking for volunteers for multiple Stuff the Bus community events in August.

Two ways to Feel Good this month

  1. Help Stuff the Bus August 16th, 17th, and 19th.
  2. Help stuff backpacks August 23rd, 24th, 27th, and 28th.

Gathering supplies and packing backpacks helps each student have tools for school success.

August Primary Election will decide Superior Court Judgeship

Jack Follis and Millie Judge are competing for the Snohomish County Superior Court Position 11 judgeship.

Jack Follis and Millie Judge are competing for the Snohomish County Superior Court Position 11 judgeship being vacated by retiring Judge Larry McKeeman who held the position for over twenty years.

Position 11 is the only contested seat out of 15 Snohomish County Superior Court judgeships. Because there are only two candidates, the race will be decided in the August 7th primary election.

The term for a Snohomish County Superior Court Judge is four years and the position pays $148,832 a year.

Like it or not, fireworks are now being sold

Sales of consumer fireworks began today, June 28, at noon and end on July 5, at 11:00 pm.

Sales of consumer fireworks began today, June 28, at noon and end on July 5, at 11:00 pm. The sale of fireworks is banned in Mill Creek. A full list of Washington Counties and Cities which ban or restrict firework sales can be found on the Washington State Patrol website.

State Fire Marshal Charles Duffy reminds Washingtonians that the purchase of fireworks over the internet is illegal, “In Washington State, fireworks must be purchased from a licensed retail fireworks stand during the legal sales period.  Orders for fireworks cannot be placed over the internet or posted on websites such as Craig’s List.  Residents should talk with family members and guests about the fireworks laws for their area.”

Sewer line break spilling raw sewage into North Creek in Silver Lake neighborhood

AVOIDING CONTACT WITH NORTH CREEK STREAM WATER IS HIGHLY ADVISED

A 20-inch iron sewer pipe broke near the 11800 block of Silver Way in Everett and is spilling raw sewage into North Creek. The break occurred about 6 a.m. on Thursday April 12. Crews are using heavy equipment to divert as much of the sewage flow as possible and are sandbagging in the area.

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