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Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies seek the public’s help to locate missing 11-year-old

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help to locate 11-year-old Roxanne “Roxy” Taylor-Saavedra of Snohomish. She left her residence in the 7400 block of 60th Street SE without permission around 7:30 pm on Sunday, July 5, 2020, and has not been seen since.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help to locate 11-year-old Roxanne “Roxy” Taylor-Saavedra of Snohomish.

She left her residence in the 7400 block of 60th Street SE without permission around 7:30 pm on Sunday, July 5th, and has not been seen since.

How to safely enjoy fireworks at home and then clean up afterward

By now most of us have made our decision on how to celebrate the 4th of July. Since Marysville has the only public fireworks display this year and COVID has many sheltering in place, some Snohomish County residents may choose to let off fireworks at home.

By now most of us have made our decision on how to celebrate the 4th of July. Since Marysville has the only public fireworks display this year and COVID has many sheltering in place, some Snohomish County residents may choose to let off fireworks at home.

It's illegal to let off fireworks in Mill Creek, but it is allowed this year in other parts of Snohomish County.

Water quality improvements allow over 300 acres to open for shellfish harvest

The Washington State Department of Health’s annual water quality evaluation for commercial shellfish harvest areas will result in reopening over 300 acres of growing area. The water quality evaluation will also result in harvest restrictions in two areas and 12 areas that could see classification downgrades.

The Washington State Department of Health’s annual water quality evaluation for commercial shellfish harvest areas will result in reopening over 300 acres of growing area.

The water quality evaluation will also result in harvest restrictions in two areas and 12 areas that could see classification downgrades.

Snohomish County to resume recycling and household hazardous waste disposal services

Many Snohomish County residents have been responsibly and patiently storing their recyclables and household hazardous waste items during the COVID-19 pandemic. Snohomish County transfer stations and drop boxes will reopen recycling and household hazardous waste disposal services to residential customers on Sunday, June 28, 2020.

Many Snohomish County residents have been responsibly and patiently storing their recyclables and household hazardous waste items during the COVID-19 pandemic. The wait to dispose of those items is almost over. 

Snohomish County transfer stations and drop boxes will reopen recycling and household hazardous waste disposal services to residential customers on Sunday, June 28th. 

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