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Washington State Department of Health recommends people wear cloth face coverings in public settings

The Washington State Department of Health recommend people wear cloth face coverings when they are in public settings where they cannot maintain 6 feet of distance from others. This might include trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, hardware store, health clinic, or similar places.

The Washington State Department of Health recommend people wear cloth face coverings when they are in public settings where they cannot maintain 6 feet of distance from others.

This might include trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, hardware store, health clinic, or similar places.

Registration for free Parent and Children’s Leadership Training Institutes now open

Parent Leadership Training Institute graduates receive five college credits by attending this Everett Community College course. The accompanying Children’s Leadership Training Institute (CLTI) is free to children (ages 3 to 12 years) of the parents attending the college course.

Parent Leadership Training Institute graduates receive five college credits by attending this free Everett Community College course.

The accompanying Children’s Leadership Training Institute is free to children (ages 3 to 12 years) of the parents attending the college course.

Updated Preliminary General Election results posted

The votes are cast and 121,723 of the General Election ballots received in Snohomish County have been counted as of Friday evening, November 8th. Approximately 50,000 ballots are left to be counted.

Most of the ballots that have been received have now been counted. 202,911 General Election ballots received by Snohomish County have been recorded as of Thursday afternoon, November 14th.

Only about 170 ballots are left to be counted.

All Mill Creek City Council incumbents have won their races and Mill Creek Planning Commissioner April Berg has succeeded in her effort to join the Everett School Board of Directors.

Washington State Department of Health launches new app for teens and young adults who vape

The Washington State Department of Health is announcing a new smartphone app to help teens and young adults quit vaping. Developed collaboratively with 2Morrow Inc., the app is available for free to Washingtonians and is accessible via smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop computer.

The Washington State Department of Health is announcing a new smartphone app to help teens and young adults quit vaping.

Developed collaboratively with 2Morrow Inc., the app is available for free to Washingtonians and is accessible via smartphone, tablet, laptop and desktop computer.

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