Westgate Chapel of Edmonds Hosts Free Thanksgiving Dinner, 25th Year in a Row
Bonnie Johnson - Monday, October 28, 2019
Westgate Chapel of Edmonds Hosts Free Thanksgiving Dinner, 25th Year in a Row

It’s more than just a catered meal for those who attend. There’s entertainment for everybody to enjoy but also geared towards capturing the attention of the children, to keep them engaged; bingo, puzzles, gifts for children, a crafts room and a professional photographer volunteering for family portraits which are also framed for the families that come. You can also reserve transportation to the event.

Craven Farm Hosts Second "Pooches in the Patch Day" by Popular Demand
Joey Muldowney - Thursday, October 24, 2019
Craven Farm Hosts Second "Pooches in the Patch Day" by Popular Demand

The whole Craven crew indeed seemed genuinely happy that day and are all looking forward to the next one with some added features. This next Pooches in the Patch will also feature a photo booth area for adorable photo opportunities and professional photographers nearby.

New Charity Benefit in Everett Has Adoptable Kitties, Pups and Live Music
Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, October 20, 2019
New Charity Benefit in Everett Has Adoptable Kitties, Pups and Live Music

The Paws with Cause Charity Benefit for Shelter Animal combines the best of all worlds: local, live music, a light show, beer or wine, and adorable, cuddly animals that you can adopt. Buy your tickets at brownpapertickets.com

Arrests Made in Marina Thefts from the Summer
Bonnie Johnson - Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Arrests Made in Marina Thefts from the Summer

Initially, thefts were not reported. However, as they continued, reports were filed and Property Crimes detectives worked with victims, the Port of Everett and local businesses to identify two suspects.

Youth E-Cigarette Use on the Rise, Including Middle Schoolers
Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, October 06, 2019
Youth E-Cigarette Use on the Rise, Including Middle Schoolers

From 2017 to 2018, e-cigarette use for high schoolers jumped from 11.7% to a whopping 20.8%, and for middle schoolers 3.3% up to 4.9%. In the same period, no other areas of tobacco/nicotine products increased, only the vaping.

Mysterious Note Written in Chalk Spurs Local Residents to Action
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, October 03, 2019
Mysterious Note Written in Chalk Spurs Local Residents to Action

Locals gathered on social media to try to find a missing woman, who printed what appears to be a suicide note on a footpath near Lowell. She has reportedly been contacted successfully since.

Modest But Mighty: Zoey's Fried Chicken is New in Town
Bonnie Johnson - Thursday, September 26, 2019
Modest But Mighty: Zoey's Fried Chicken is New in Town

There is a new restaurant in town, and they take good food seriously. I popped by for a chat with the chef/owner and a sandwich.

Fish and Wildlife Requests $26m in Supplemental Funds
Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, September 22, 2019
Fish and Wildlife Requests $26m in Supplemental Funds

Without additional funding, pressing issues like the dwindling orca population, management of hatcheries, shellfish inspections which allow for safe harvesting and many other services will see additional cuts.

Report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition Shows Staggering Numbers for Snohomish County Renters
Bonnie Johnson - Friday, September 20, 2019
Report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition Shows Staggering Numbers for Snohomish County Renters

In Snohomish county, that wage minimum jumps to $36.62. That is more than double the state minimum wage and ten dollars an hour more than the minimum to rent on average statewide.

Air Force Indefinitely Bars Boeing KC-46 From Carrying Cargo or Passengers
Bonnie Johnson - Sunday, September 15, 2019
Air Force Indefinitely Bars Boeing KC-46 From Carrying Cargo or Passengers

The KC-46 program has been besieged by blunders since deliveries began rolling into the Air Force. Boeing issued a statement on the latest development.


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