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 By Snohomish County Sheriff's Office    News    December 3, 2012

Discovery Channel to Feature SCSO Cold Case

The Discovery Channel's series, "Motives & Murders: Cracking the Case," will feature a Snohomish County Sheriff's Office cold case homicide that was solved this year<http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20120323/NEWS0...

 
 By Snohomish County    News    December 3, 2012

County to host Dec. 10 Human Rights celebration

The Snohomish County Commission on Human Rights will host an International Human Rights Day celebration Dec. 10 at the Snohomish County Campus. On this day, people from around the globe celebrate the basic human rights everyone should be entitled to...

 
 By Snohomish County Sheriff's Office    News    November 30, 2012

Sheriff's Office Answers Marijuana FAQs

The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office has released and posted<http://sheriff.snoco.org/Press_Release/PR_Doc/2012/Nov/502_FAQ.html> the following information to assist the agency's officers and staff, as well as the public, to clarify the...

 
 By Snohomish County News Release:    News    November 30, 2012

County to host Dec. 10 Human Rights celebration

The Snohomish County Commission on Human Rights will host an International Human Rights Day celebration Dec. 10 at the Snohomish County Campus. On this day, people from around the globe celebrate the basic human rights everyone should be entitled to...

 
 By Workforce Development Council Snohomish County    News    November 26, 2012

Employer Benefits of Hiring Veterans Seminar

December 5, 2012 (Everett, WA) — Workforce Development Council Snohomish County, in partnership with WorkSource Snohomish County, will be hosting a free seminar on advantages of employers in hiring veterans on December 5, 2012 from 8:00 AM to...

 
 By United Way Of Snohomish County    News    November 15, 2012

United Way Announces Three-Year Grant Opportunity

(Everett, Wash.) -- United Way plans to invest in programs that support the optimal development of children and youth, improve access to basic needs and ensure that residents in Snohomish County are connected and engaged with their community....

 
 By Snohomish County Dui & Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Force    News    November 14, 2012

Don’t Let a DUI Ruin Your Holidays – Drive Sober

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA — Lynn Ross spent more than $1,200 paying for the ignition interlock that he had to have installed on his Dodge truck as a result of a DUI conviction. The device is about the size of a cell phone with a tube for breath...

 
 By Snohomish County Council    News    October 22, 2012

County Council Approves Countywide Transfer of Development Rights Program

The protection of farm and forest lands received a boost by the Snohomish County Council with the passage of a countywide Transfer of Development Rights program. Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) is a market-based mechanism that promotes growth...

 
 By Snohomish County Public Works    News    September 25, 2012

Wet paint on rural roads

On September 25, a contractor working for Snohomish County will begin applying 152 miles of striping along 38 miles of the following roads, in the following order. Caution is advised to avoid wet paint. 1. Ben Howard Road 2. Jordan Road 3. Pioneer...

 
 By Snohomish County    News    September 14, 2012

Senior advocates host legislative candidate forum

Senior-citizen advocates, including Snohomish County’s Long Term Care and Aging Division, AARP Washington, the ElderCare Alliance, the Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging and the Washington State Senior Citizens’ Lobby, are...

 
 By United Way Of Snohomish County    News    September 11, 2012

United Way Announces Spirit of Snohomish County Award Winners

2012 Spirit of Snohomish County Award Winners pose with Dennis G. Smith (center), president and CEO of United Way of Snohomish County. (Photo Credit: Neil Parekh/United Way of Snohomish County). Back...

 
 By Ymca Of Snohomish County    News    September 11, 2012

The Y Encourages Snohomish County Families to Address Healthy Living during Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

The Y Encourages Snohomish County Families to Address Healthy Living during Childhood Obesity Awareness Month The YMCA of Snohomish County offers healthy eating and physical activity tips to help residents live healthier EVERETT, Wash., Sept. 5,...

 
 By Shari L. Ireton, Director Of Communications, Snohomish County Sheriff's Off    News    August 31, 2012

Missing Person Alert: Christopher Hoof

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking assistance in locating Christopher Hoof who has been missing since around August 15, 2012. The 49 year-old’s family is worried...

 
 By Shari L. Ireton, Director Of Communications, Snohomish County Sheriff's Off    News    August 30, 2012

$10K Reward for Serial Stanwood Bank Robber

STANDOOD, Wash. -The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office and Stanwood Police Department seek help from the public in identifying the suspect in an armed bank robbery last Saturday. It is believed that...

 
 By Ymca Of Snohomish County    News    August 20, 2012

LEARNING AFTER SCHOOL HELPS YOUTH DO WELL IN SCHOOL

EVERETT, Wash., Aug. 20, 2012 – Providing youth with opportunities to continue to learn and engage in meaningful activities at the end of the school day can boost their academic success. To help motivate and inspire kids to learn, the YMCA of...

 
 By Snohomish County    News    August 17, 2012

Burn ban still in effect for Snohomish County

Due to continued high fire dangers and prolonged hot and dry weather conditions, the Snohomish County Fire Marshal is reminding residents that outdoor burning except for recreational fires has been banned. Residents also are asked to take extra...

 
 By Snohomish County Public Works    News    August 16, 2012

Burn Road will be closed just west of the McElroy intersection

Burn Road will be closed just west of the McElroy intersection for at least two days for Snohomish County’s culvert replacement project. The closure dates have been changed as follows. Old dates: Aug 24 & Sept 15 New dates for the...

 
 By Snohomish County News    News    August 10, 2012

*Snohomish County* "Highway and construction Updates"

Friday, Aug. 10, kicks off a busy weekend of construction around Puget Sound [ http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Construction/PugetSound/closures.htm ] – including projects in Clearview and Lake Stevens. As part of a project to widen SR 9 between Maltby...

 
 By The Snohomish County Dui & Target Zero Traffic Safety Task Force    News    August 8, 2012

What To Do if You see a Suspected Drunk Driver

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA — August is a deadly month on Washington’s roadways. From 2006 - 2010, on average, more impaired driving deaths occurred in August than any other month.* That’s why between August 17 and September 3 extra office...

 
 By Snohomish County Public Works    News    August 2, 2012

nohomish County Public Works will be making repairs to Little Pilchuck Creek Bridge #453

During the day today, Snohomish County Public Works will be making repairs to Little Pilchuck Creek Bridge #453 just west of SR92 in the Granite Falls area. Single lane closures will be in effect. We apologize for the short notice...

 
 By Snohomish County News    News    July 27, 2012

Beatles cover band plays County Campus

Whether new to the music of the Beatles or someone who considers it the soundtrack to their life, Wednesday is the opportunity to see the dynamic five-piece Beatles cover band Crème Tangerine perform at the annual “Music on the...

 
 By Snohomish County News Release:    News    July 12, 2012

National Night Out scheduled for Willis Tucker Park, Aug. 7

Join your neighbors for crime prevention tips and fun during this year’s National Night Out Against Crime event on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at its new location, Willis Tucker Community Park. Sponsored by the Snohomish County Executive Office in...

 
 By Snohomish County News Release    News    July 12, 2012

Enjoy summer festivals without drinking & driving

The Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force wants everyone to support and attend local community festivals this summer but also would like to remind attendees to choose a safe ride home if they decide to consume alcohol. Area businesses and...

 

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