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Fireworks went on sale Friday

Ready or not, fireworks went on sale for the 4th of July festivities on Friday, June 28, 2019. In unincorporated Snohomish County fireworks can only be discharged on Thursday, July 4th, from 9:00 am to 11:59 pm. Mill Creek and a number of other cities have further restricted or banned the sale and discharge of fireworks.

Ready or not, fireworks went on sale for the 4th of July festivities on Friday, June 28th, at noon. In unincorporated Snohomish County fireworks can only be discharged on Thursday, July 4th, from 9:00 am to 11:59 pm. 

Mill Creek and a number of other cities have further restricted or banned the sale and discharge of fireworks.

South County Fire and Rescue petitions Snohomish County Council to ban fireworks in their unincorporated service area

On June 13, 2019, South County Fire filed a petition with the Snohomish County Council seeking a fireworks ban within the regional fire authority’s unincorporated service area. The cities in this area already have bans in place, but fireworks remain legal in unincorporated communities.

On June 13th, South County Fire filed a petition with the Snohomish County Council seeking a fireworks ban within the regional fire authority’s unincorporated service area.

The cities in this area already have bans in place, but fireworks remain legal in unincorporated communities.

Glacier Peak High School teacher Tami Caraballo named as 2020 Regional Teacher of the Year

Tami Caraballo was selected as the 2020 Regional Teacher of the Year from a competitive group of seven teacher nominees from across the Northwest Educational Service District Region. Caraballo is a Science and Bio Tech teacher at Glacier Peak High School in the Snohomish School District.

Tami Caraballo was selected as the 2020 Regional Teacher of the Year from a competitive group of seven teacher nominees from across the Northwest Educational Service District Region.

Caraballo is a Science and Bio Tech teacher at Glacier Peak High School in the Snohomish School District.

Local organizations partner to create opportunities for disabled students with Project SEARCH

Everett Public Schools, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Work Opportunities, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Snohomish County Department of Human Services established a partnership to implement Project SEARCH at Providence – a business hosted innovative school-to-work transition program for students with significant disabilities.

Everett Public Schools, Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, Work Opportunities, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Snohomish County Department of Human Services established a partnership to implement Project SEARCH at Providence – a business hosted innovative school-to-work transition program for students with significant disabilities.

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