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“Two Mill Creek residents compete in the 2017 ITU World Duathlon Championships in British Columbia,” by Scott Harder

Scott Harder (left) and Joey Collins in Penticton. Photo courtesy of the Harder family.

My friend Joey Collins and I competed at the ITU Multisport World Championships Festival in Penticton, British Columbia in August.

The 10-day event with an every-other-day racing schedule featured six multisport disciplines, including the Duathlon.

Snohomish County’s two 9-1-1 dispatch center boards vote unanimously to merge

On Thursday morning, October 12, 2017, the boards of SNOPAC and SNOCOM, Snohomish County’s 9-1-1 dispatch centers, voted unanimously to merge their organizations. The merger has been discussed in joint meetings for two years.

On Thursday morning, October 12th, the boards of SNOPAC and SNOCOM, Snohomish County’s 9-1-1 dispatch centers, voted unanimously to merge their organizations.

The merger will gradually eliminate 9-1-1 emergency call delays, of which there are currently about 100 per month in Mill Creek.

A portion of Dumas Road restored to better than original condition at no cost to taxpayers

Traffic was delayed while a portion of Dumas Road was fully repaired at no cost to taxpayers the week of October 2, 2017. Portions of the road were excavated this year to connect utilities to new construction and the City of Mill Creek required the responsible parties to pay the costs.

Traffic was delayed while a portion of Dumas Road was fully repaired at no cost to taxpayers the week of October 2, 2017. Portions of the road were excavated this year to connect utilities to new construction and the City of Mill Creek required the responsible parties to pay the costs.

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