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Snohomish County

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.

Community Transit drivers from Mill Creek and Everett receive Million Mile Awards

Two Community Transit drivers were honored this week with the agency’s prestigious Million Mile Award for safe driving. The drivers qualified for the distinction by meeting strict National Safety Council guidelines for driving the equivalent of one million and two million miles without a preventable accident.

Two Community Transit drivers were honored this week with the agency’s prestigious Million Mile Award for safe driving.

The drivers qualified for the distinction by meeting strict National Safety Council guidelines for driving the equivalent of one million and two million miles without a preventable accident.

Public input sought on Snohomish County affordable housing and community development needs

Snohomish County will hold three public hearings the week of June 4, 2019, to obtain input on how federal funding will be used for housing and community development needs over the next five-years. People who are unable to attend any of the three events can email their written comments as well.

Snohomish County will hold three public hearings the week of June 4th, to obtain input on how federal funding will be used for housing and community development needs over the next five-years.

People who are unable to attend any of the three events can email their written comments as well.

Overnight closures of US 2 between State Route 9 and Bickford Avenue to cause traffic disruptions

Motorists should prepare for traffic disruptions on two sections of US 2 between Snohomish and Monroe from Wednesday, June 5, 2019, to Wednesday, June 11th.  A Washington State contractor will make a number of safety improvements to the highway this summer.

Motorists should prepare for traffic disruptions on two sections of US 2 between Snohomish and Monroe from Wednesday, June 5th, to Wednesday, June 11th.

A Washington State contractor will make a number of safety improvements to the highway this summer.

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office detectives locate person of interest in 1990’s homicide

Human remains believed to be Mill Creek resident Michael Powell were found buried in a Bothell back yard on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.   Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking person of interest Richard "Rick" Powell.

Human remains believed to be Mill Creek resident Michael Powell were found buried in a Bothell back yard on Wednesday, May 22nd.

After asking for the public's help, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office detectives located a person of interest in this case on Friday, May 31st.

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