Editorials

The senate race and Everett’s place in it

January 27, 2010
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The special election to replace former Senator Anthony Galluccio has caused Councilor Sal DiDomenico to step forward and to announce his candidacy. This comes as good news for Everett, which may likely be the deciding city to make the next senator. DiDomenico was Galluccio’s chief of staff, and as such, he has come to...

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Thank you Exxon Mobil

January 27, 2010
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The Everett High School Robotics Program, one of the best and most talented in the state, has received a $3,000 donation from the Exxon Mobil Corporation in order to continue its scientific endeavors. Robotics being taught as part of the science curriculum at Everett High School, which we have reported on, allows students to...

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Did you know?

January 27, 2010
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There are almost as many cars as people living in the city of Everett. The density here makes quality of life efforts all that more important. With more than 31,000 automobiles, is it any wonder the streets are always filled with them and parking is a near impossibility at times? What to do? A...

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Girls hockey team wins two, ties one

January 27, 2010
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The Everett High girls hockey team enjoyed an outstanding week, winning two games and tying one, to improve to a fine mark of 6-4-2 on the season. Coach Joe McLaughlin’s Lady Crimson Tide now have 14 points and need six more points in their final eight games in order to punch their ticket for...

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Haiti and Everett

January 22, 2010
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There is close connection between the earthquake, humanitarian catastrophe in Haiti and the life that most Everett residents lead. The connection is that we are simple people when you boil it all down. We have homes or apartments, running water, heat and electricity and health care venues. We have roads and businesses, food outlets...

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Sumner Whittier

January 22, 2010
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Sumner Whittier, who died recently at the age of 98, was a former Lt. Governor, Everett City Councillor and Alderman and state representative. He also served as the head of the Veterans Administration under President Dwight Eisenhower. In every respect, Mr. Whittier was an extraordinary Everett man who lived a long and productive life...

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Big Belly containers a good investment

January 13, 2010
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The mayor and his staff are showing great vision by ordering 40 Big Belly containers to be used in the mayor’s ongoing fight for a cleaner Everett. Big Belly containers are revolutionizing trash containment in the downtowns of dozens of cities throughout the nation. These are containers that allow cities to get rid of...

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The Patriots

January 13, 2010
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This is a football city so there is no way to mark just how disappointed a large part of the Everett football following has been made by the poor showing of the Patriots last Sunday against the Ravens. Everett football fans were shocked by the first quarter, arguably, the worst first quarter of football...

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Mayor DeMaria has a plan

January 7, 2010
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The City of Everett’s elected leaders will be facing a tough year ahead as the economic downturn will continue to affect the local economy and the city budget. Every elected official has acknowledged that the 2011 budget that takes effect on July 1 will be leaner and more difficult to fund than the 2010...

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Happy New Year

December 30, 2009
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There is no way to know what awaits us before it happens – and so – we watch the coming of 2010 with great interest and hope. The hope is for a healthy, prosperous New Year. The interest is in having a positive year of gains and success in both our personal lives and...

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