Mountain Loop exPress e-News Publication Covering the Greater Granite Falls Area

 

Gunman Takes Aim at GFPD

Oct 17, 2014

A lone gunman’s shooting spree began in Granite Falls Wednesday night and ended at the intersection of 51st and Grove Street in Marysville, with a stop in Lake Stevens between the two.

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City Council Has an Early Night

Oct 17, 2014

The Granite Falls City Council wrapped up their October 15, 2014 meeting in record time, a mere 20 minutes after opening with the Pledge of Allegiance.

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Meet Your New Planning Commissioners

Oct 17, 2014

Without preliminaries, new Granite Falls Planning Commissioners Lynn Martin and Scott Morrison tackled the draft review of the transportation element in the City’s 2015 Comprehensive Plan Update at their first meeting on October 14, 2014.

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EMS Levy Renewal Questions Answered

Oct 17, 2014

Snohomish County Fire Protection District 17, also known as the Granite Falls Fire Department, will hold two public meetings to answer questions about its Emergency Medical Service (EMS) levy renewal.

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October – Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Oct 17, 2014

While every form and type of cancer brings with it, its own particular horrors, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States (other than skin cancer).

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2014 Railroad Days In Review

Oct 17, 2014

The 49th Annual Railroad & Reunion Days Parade was the best ever, in my opinion.

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Issues That Matter – Planning Crisis Care

Oct 17, 2014

Debilitating health problems can strike at any age. That fact of life will be the focus of an Oct. 22 forum, “Don’t Wait for a Crisis: Health Care, Your Way,” to be held at the Edmonds Center for Arts at 6 p.m.

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Granite Falls School District News

Oct 17, 2014

We have some news and reminders to share with you.

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Report Your Crime Online

Oct 17, 2014

Type and click. That’s how easy it is to submit an online crime report thanks to a new tool being used by two of Snohomish County’s largest law enforcement agencies

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Power Down Friday to Save Energy

Oct 17, 2014

Snohomish County is serious about saving energy, and we're asking you to get serious about saving energy too with Power Down Friday.

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EvCC Baseball Seminar for Local Students

Oct 17, 2014

The Everett Community College Trojan Baseball Club will present its third annual seminar on "Recruiting the Four Year School of Your Dreams" ...

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New Members Sought for Children’s Commission

Oct 17, 2014

County residents interested in the needs and issues facing children and families are asked to apply for membership on the Snohomish County Children’s Commission.

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SHD Proposes Smoking Code Amendment

Oct 17, 2014

Snohomish Health District is currently seeking public comment on a proposal to adopt and amend the state Smoking in Public Places law (SIPP).

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SnoCo’s Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan

Oct 17, 2014

Snohomish County is seeking input on updated Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan.

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Sno-Isle Libraries – Check It Out!

Oct 17, 2014

This new “Check It Out!” newsletter is a redesign of the former “BookEnds” newsletter you subscribed to. We hope you like it. Please feel free to send us a note on what you’d like to see in future “Check It Out!” issues.

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Focus on Farming Conference Registration Opens

Oct 17, 2014

Registration is now open for annual Focus on Farming conference.

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Granite Falls Library News – October

Oct 17, 2014

Each month the Sno-Isle Library Foundation and Friends of the Library plan exciting programs for the community.

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Around Washington State

Oct 17, 2014

While our theme since the inception of the Mountain Loop exPress has been “Local News”-”Local Views”, it is often much of what goes on around us that affects us most significantly.

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Fall Construction – Be Prepared

Oct 17, 2014

Roads Update – October 17, 2014 This is a list of projects by contractors, utility companies and Snohomish County...

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When Work Works

Oct 17, 2014

Work works for Snohomish County employees. And the county’s Human Resources department has the award to prove it.

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“Archives Month” in Washington!

Oct 17, 2014

2014 is the 125th anniversary of Washington reaching statehood. It is a momentous occasion to highlight the documents, artifacts, and photographs that have documented Washington’s history and legacy.

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Before Our Time – A Hidden Gem

Oct 17, 2014

One day while surfing the internet, I happened upon a website – Find A Grave. Quite frankly, I was initially wary of clicking on the link.

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I’m Just Saying – Gary Turns 60!

Oct 17, 2014

Remember when you couldn’t sleep due to the excitement of what the next day might bring? 

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Sun Breaks – Saving on Souveniers

Oct 17, 2014

If you travel, you probably like to bring home souvenirs to refresh the memory of your experiences.

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Side by Side

Oct 17, 2014

Along with age comes wisdom. Along with wisdom comes a steady adjustment to change that comes with age

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Snohomish County Living

Oct 17, 2014

Fall has arrived, even though our gardens still think it’s Summer.

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Tech Tips & Tools – Spotting Spam

Oct 17, 2014

For those who may email regularly or maybe even for those who don't, it's always important to know the difference between emails that are authentic and those that are spam.

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Positions Available at Sno-Isle Libraries

Oct 17, 2014

What is it like to work at Sno-Isle Libraries? It's warm, friendly and full of energy. A place where you can really get to know the people you work with and the communities you serve.

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