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Snohomish County

The Pregnancy Resource Center of Snohomish County achieves accreditation

The non-profit Pregnancy Resource Center met nationally recognized standards for quality health care through a rigorous on-site survey process helping the organization improve its free services, which include pregnancy testing, limited obstetric ultrasounds, and health consultation.

The non-profit Pregnancy Resource Center recently met nationally recognized standards for quality health care through a rigorous on-site survey process helping the organization improve its free-of-charge services, which include pregnancy testing, limited obstetric ultrasounds, and health consultation.

Mill Creek’s Joni Kirk appointed to Snohomish County Tourism Promotion Area Advisory Board

On Wednesday, January 15, 2019, Mill Creek Communications and Marketing Director Joni Kirk attended her first Snohomish County Tourism Promotion Area (TPA) Advisory Board meeting as a full-fledged board member.  The Snohomish County Council voted to appoint Kirk for a three-year term to the board earlier this month.

On Wednesday, January 15th, Mill Creek Communications and Marketing Director Joni Kirk attended her first Snohomish County Tourism Promotion Area (TPA) Advisory Board meeting.

The Snohomish County Council voted to appoint Kirk for a three-year term to the board earlier this month.

Community Transit urges commuters to prepare for the Alaskan Way Viaduct closure

On Friday, January 11, 2019, Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct will permanently close. This sets the stage for potential bus service delays into and out of Seattle. Community Transit anticipates that buses on its routes to downtown Seattle and the University of Washington will be more crowded than usual, and may get delayed in traffic.

At 10:00 pm on Friday, January 11th, Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct permanently closed. This sets the stage for potential bus service delays in and out of Seattle.

Community Transit anticipates that buses on its routes to downtown Seattle and the University of Washington will be more crowded than usual, and may get delayed in traffic.

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