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2017 General Election Results for Mill Creek and beyond

The first slug of ballots has been counted and most incumbents seem to have retained their positions. There are a few races that are too close to call as of Wednesday, November 8, 2017. 32% of the mailed ballots have been returned and about 60% of those returned ballots have been counted so far.

Returned ballots have been counted for the past few days and most incumbents seem to have retained their positions. There are a few races that are too close to call as of Friday, November 10th.

The Snohomish County Auditor’s Office reported that 32% of the mailed ballots have been returned and about 75% of those returned ballots have been counted so far.

Ten local farmers markets to visit in 2017

Bothell Farmers Market. Photo courtesy of Bothell Farmers Market.

Many of us associate the summer months with visits to a local farmers market.

It’s a great way to meet and support local farmers and stock up on fresh, locally grown produce as well as many other items. It can also be a fun, community event for the whole family to enjoy.

We don't have a farmers market in Mill Creek, but here are ten local markets you might want to visit in the coming months.

Fireworks go on sale in Washington State on June 28th

Fireworks go on sale for the 4th of July festivities in Washington State on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

Washington State law allows sales of consumer fireworks to begin on June 28th at noon and end on July 5th at 11:00 pm. Fireworks discharge is only allowed on July 4th and 5th.

A number of cities and counties have further restricted or banned the sale and discharge of fireworks. Be sure to check with your local jurisdiction before using fireworks.

Sno-Isle Libraries seeks public input on Draft Capital Facilities Plan including new Mill Creek facilities

Sno-Isle Libraries is planning how its facilities will meet the changing needs of communities and customers now and in the future. A Draft Capital Facilities Plan available now for review includes proposed recommendations for all 21 of the libraries across the library district plus the service center in Marysville.

Sno-Isle Libraries is planning how its facilities will meet the changing needs of communities and customers now and in the future.

A Draft Capital Facilities Plan available now for review includes proposed recommendations to add new libraries in the 128th Street SE area west of Mill Creek and the area southeast of Mill Creek.

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