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Masks required for all K-12 students and staff heading back to the classroom

Safely returning to the classroom for full time in-person instruction this school year is important for students, teachers, and staff. On July 28, 2021, the Washington State Department of Health released updated guidance for the 2021-2022 school year that includes masks for all students and staff.

Safely returning to the classroom for full time in-person instruction this school year is important for students, teachers, and staff.

On Wednesday, July 28th, the Washington State Department of Health released updated guidance for the 2021-2022 school year that includes masks for all students and staff.

Mill Creek Police Department makes policy changes in response to newly enacted legislation

The enactment of major pieces of legislation require significant changes to Mill Creek Police Department use of force and vehicle pursuit policies. The effect of the requirements in the bill will be a significantly slower law enforcement response to many calls for service.

The enactment of major pieces of legislation require significant changes to Mill Creek Police Department use of force and vehicle pursuit policies.

The effect of the requirements in the bill will be a significantly slower law enforcement response to many calls for service.

Snohomish County COVID-19 case rate drops again after brief stall

After hitting a two-week plateau, the COVID case rate in Snohomish County dropped from 69 to 60 new cases per 100,000 population as of July  3, 2021.

After hitting a two-week plateau, the COVID case rate in Snohomish County dropped from 69 to 60 new cases per 100,000 population as of July 3rd.

With more activities open, we need to stay focused and keep cases down. Vax up, wash your hands, stay home if sick, and keep a mask handy – depending on where you go, you’ll need it.

Washington State Patrol seeks non-law enforcement community representatives in each county

The Washington State Patrol is looking for non-paid volunteer community representatives to assist in deadly force investigations in each county, statewide. Interested, qualified applicants may apply via email. Application materials must be received by Friday, July 30, 2021.

The Washington State Patrol is looking for non-paid volunteer community representatives to assist in deadly force investigations in each county, statewide.

Interested, qualified applicants may apply via email. Application materials must be received by Friday, July 30th.

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