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Snohomish County

Security at the Mariner High School football stadium increased for Friday's football game with Monroe High School

In response to shots fired outside Mariner High School during last week's football game, there will be an increased security and law enforcement presence for the Friday night, September 21, 2018, game between Monroe High School and Mariner High School.

In response to shots fired outside Mariner High School during last week's football game, there was an increased security and law enforcement presence for Friday's game between Monroe High School and Mariner High School.

South County Fire and Rescue to offer Community Emergency Response Team classes

Learn how to help during a disaster in free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes offered by South County Fire in fall 2018. CERT classes teach basic disaster first aid, search and rescue operations, how to put out small fires, and the psychological effect of disasters.

Learn how to help during a disaster in free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes offered by South County Fire this fall.

CERT classes teach readiness, basic disaster first aid, search and rescue operations, how to put out small fires and the psychological effect of disasters.

Snohomish County Fire District 7 Commissioner Randy Fay completes emergency management training

FEMA Assistant Administrator Katie Fox congratulates Fire District 7Commissioner Randy Fay. Photo courtesy of Fire District 7.

On August 30th, Fire District 7 Fire Commissioner Randy Fay graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy.

He completed the full curriculum that provides the essential skills needed for professionals to manage emergency management programs.

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office responds to threat by Archbishop Murphy High School student

On Thursday night, September 13, 2018, he Snohomish County Sheriff's Office responded to a social media threat to kill someone made by an Archbishop Murphy High School student. Patrol contacted the student and a parent and confirmed the student did not have access to firearms.

On Thursday night, September 13th, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office responded to a social media threat to kill someone made by an Archbishop Murphy High School student.

Deputies contacted the student and a parent and confirmed the student did not have access to firearms.

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