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Lynnwood Times candidate interviews for Lynnwood City Council


LYNNWOOD, Wash., September 30, 2023—In preparation for the upcoming General Election on November 7, 2023, the Lynnwood Times sat down with each of the Lynnwood City Council candidates to help you make an informed decision. Each candidate provided a short bio on themselves which we have included at the end of the article. The Lynnwood […]

Marysville Police warning after trend of Kia and Hyundai vehicle thefts

Kia Hyundai thefts

MARYSVILLE, Wash., September 30, 2023—Marysville Police arrested five juveniles in connection with a recent surge in thefts involving Kia and Hyundai vehicles, which were then used in other criminal activities. Owners are encouraged to use steering wheel locks and/or vehicle immobilization systems. The incident unfolded when officers responded to an assault at Fred Meyer, where […]

Seattle Seahawks help at Lynnwood Food Bank amidst volunteer shortage

Lynnwood Food Bank

LYNNWOOD, Wash., September 29, 2023—Four former Seattle Seahawks, who took the team to a Super Bowl 48 Championship for the 2013 season against the Denver Broncos, donated their time on Saturday, September 23, for the Back to Action campaign at the Lynnwood Food Bank. The campaign is to raise awareness and increase volunteerism at food […]

After 31 years of service, Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman announces retirement

Dan Templeman

EVERETT, Wash., September 28, 2023—During the Everett City Council meeting on September 27, 2023, Chief of Police Dan Templeman announced he will be retiring from the Everett Police Department. Chief Templeman has served Everett as a member of the police department for 31 years and has held the title of Chief for the last nine.  […]

State Superintendent Chris Reykdal announces 2024 supplemental budget

Reykdal budget

OLYMPIA, Wash., September 28, 2023—Today, State Superintendent Chris Reykdal announces his 2024 supplemental budget priorities. Reykdal’s office will submit the proposals to Governor Inslee and the Office of Financial Management, and then the Legislature will consider the requests during the 2024 Legislative Session. As the school year gets underway across Washington, State Superintendent Reykdal is […]

Open house October 10 to review Marysville Housing Action Plan

Marysville Housing Action Plan

MARYSVILLE, Wash., September 28, 2023—Citizens, residents, business owners and other community members are invited to share their priorities and concerns for housing in Marysville. Please join city staff for a Housing Action Plan Open House on Tuesday, October 10, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Marysville Civic Center, 2nd Floor Council Chambers, 501 Delta […]

Health Department plans to use fentanyl settlement dollars to combat growing epidemic


SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., September 27, 2023—According to the Snohomish County Health Department, more than 860 people in the county have died of overdoses since the start of 2020, and 658 of those were opioid-related. The total had already passed 80 fatal overdoses within the first quarter of 2023, more than half of them tied to […]

Public invited to community discussion about fentanyl with author Sam Quinones

Sam Quinones

LAKE STEVENS, Wash., September 23, 2023—The Mayors and Business Leaders for Public Safety coalition is pleased to welcome author Sam Quinones to Snohomish County later this month for a free community discussion about responding to the fentanyl crisis and improving public safety. Quinones will deliver a presentation based on his research for two award-winning books, […]

Man shot dead on during Lake Stevens road-rage incident

Lake Stevens road-rage

LAKE STEVENS, Wash., September 25, 2023—A 41-year-old Lake Stevens man shot dead on September 22 during road-rage incident. At approximately 4:25 p.m. on Friday, September 22, Snohomish County Deputies responded to a shooting in the 15300 block of 84th Street NE. Upon arrival, deputies located a 41-year-old man deceased in the roadway. During the investigation, […]

Op-Ed: Students have gone numb to drugs and gun violence

violence students

The passing of students this year, through drugs and shootings, are met with anger and sorrow, but one thing is becoming evident, no one is shocked by the violence anymore.  The thought of 12-year-olds getting addicted to nicotine and potentially damaging their lungs should be both foreign and repulsive; yet it’s happening to middle and […]

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