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Judge will decide if Everett ordinance violates free speech of Bakini Baristas

A federal court judge will now decide whether a City of Everett ordinance violates the free speech of bikini baristas or is designed to deter crime. (Photo: KOMO News) EVERETT, Wash. - A federal court judge will now decide whether a City of Everett ordinance violates the free speech of bikini barist

KOMO NEWS - 2017-11-21 17:43:37

Everett fire officials push for alarms in apartments

Nearly two years after a fatal New Year's Eve apartment fire in Everett, fire officials say they're making progress in the push to get fire alarm systems in apartment complexes up to code. It was December 31, 2015 when a massive fire broke out at The Bluffs Apartments on West Casino Road. The apartm

KING-5 - 2017-11-22 06:32:07

'I'm so thankful': Everett students deliver meals for those in need

It was 5 a.m. on a cold, wet Tuesday. No one, least of all a high school student, would be enthused to be awake and outside. Yet, there they were. Nearly 100 students who had collected thousands of food items over a few weeks were now boxing it up for delivery to their neighbors. The students delive

KING-5 - 2017-11-22 00:51:03

Assistance League of Everett hosting annual home tour fundraiser

The first thing you notice when you enter Tom and Sally Joy's home is the tableful of nutcrackers on the right side of the room. "I probably have over 50 nutcrackers," Sally said. "And more Santas than that." That can clearly be seen as you walk further into the Joy home, with Santa ornaments, figur

VILLAGESOUP.COM - 2017-11-22 18:28:06

Crime Magnet or 'Body Confidence?' Judge Hears Arguments in Everett Bikini-Barista Case

The plaintiffs, including seven baristas and an owner of a chain of bikini coffee stands, have filed a lawsuit against the city of Everett over two ordinances unanimously passed in August - one tightening city regulations proscribing lewd behavior, and the other banning bikinis and requiring additio

CHRONICLE - 2017-11-22 18:27:00

Everett Clinic Foundation gives $6,500 to nonprofit Christmas House

The Everett Clinic Foundation recently awarded a $6,500 operating grant to the nonprofit Christmas House. Christmas House brings Christmas joy to local low income families. To support Christmas House, either with a monetary donation or by volunteering time, visit www.christmas-house.org or call 425-

HERALDNET - 2017-11-22 09:30:00

Coast Guard, local agencies rescue two wind surfers north of Everett

Coast Guard air and boat crews, as well as a Snohomish County Marine Unit and a Tulalip Fire Department boat crew, rescued two male wind surfers after they went missing near Kayak Point, north of Everett, Washington, Sunday, Nov. 19. The first surfer was located and hoisted by an MH-65 Dolphin helic

VILLAGESOUP.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Everett, bikini baristas in court battle over dress code law

The City of Everett is looking to crack down on bikini baristas' dress code, but the baristas are not backing down. The baristas are arguing that their skimpy costumes fall under freedom of expression. In recent court filings, the city claimed the coffee stands have a history of prostitution, sexual

KIRO7.COM - 2017-11-21 14:09:34

Scottsbluff man arrested on drug charges

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STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 16:30:00

William 'Bill' H. Dempster

William "Bill" H. Dempster, of Fort Morgan, CO, passed away, Friday, November 17, 2017. He was born December 16, 1942 in Tilden, NE to Donald D. & Mina Marie (Bennett) Dempster. Bill graduated from Gering High School in 1961. On February 23, 1964, Bill married Sylvia Ann Meter in Scottsbluff, NE. Du

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 00:00:00

Shirley Johns: Teaching by example

SCOTTSBLUFF - A soft melody rises from the piano as Shirley Johns plays one of her favorite tunes from memory. Everything she plays now is from memory as her eyesight is almost totally gone. Johns shared her journey of losing most of her vision that started 15 years ago. "I had macular degeneration

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 23:30:00

Notes of Gratitude: Giving thanks in difficult times

TORRINGTON, Wyo. - Torrington native Donna Hattan has always been thankful for a good life, family and friends. But that thankfulness came into clearer focus just over a year ago when she came down with what she thought was a sinus infection. "I was at work last October and couldn't talk or swallow,

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 23:00:00

Even zoo animals like gifts: Zoo seeks enrichment gifts for the animals

The Jingle Paws tree at riverside Discovery Center. Patrons can stop by to take an ornament, which is labeled with a gift item for one of the animals at the zoo. SCOTTSBLUFF - Tyke, the resident raccoon at Riverside Discovery Center, reaches his paw through a clear cylinder to reach peanut butter, j

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 00:00:00

GARCIA: Putting on a show

The room is pitch black and nearly quiet enough that one could hear a pin drop. Beyond the audience filling the auditorium, there is a group of kids on a stage. Our nerves feel as if they are on fire and our hearts are beating so fast, it seems as if they might fall out of our chests at any moment.

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 07:00:00

JH wrestlers compete at AMS Invite

The Hemingford Bobcat Junior High wrestlers competed in the Alliance Middle School Invite on Saturday, Nov. 18. The Bobcats' top placer was Hunter Wyland, who took second place in the 175 pound weight class. Individual Hemingford results from the Alliance Middle School Invite are as follows: Creel W

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-21 22:30:00

BULLDOG SPOTLIGHT: Gering High School senior Sydny Ridgeway

* Grade: Senior * Activities/Clubs: "I am involved in Journalism, Poms, Speech, One-Acts, Key Club, Leo Club, Quill and Scroll, Student Council, HOSA, DECA, and German Club." * Honors: "I was recently Miss Alliance Outstanding Teen. I qualified for and competed at the NSAA State Journalism Champions

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-21 16:32:00

Franklin school chief seeks input at Nov. 30 forum

FRANKLIN -- Franklin Public Schools Superintendent Sara Ahern, Ed.D., is seeking public input about the district and will host a forum on Nov. 30, 6:30-8 p.m., in the municipal building third floor training room, 355 East Central St., Franklin. "As your new superintendent of schools, I am seeking to

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-21 06:10:25

School principal issues statement following damaging pipe bomb explosion

BLACKSTONE, Mass. (WPRI) - Police are continuing to investigate the bombing of a school principal's Jeep in the driveway of his Blackstone home. Officers responded to the Lakeshore Drive home at about 6:15 p.m. on Nov. 16, after the homeowner, also the principal of Bellingham High School, reported h

WPRI - 2017-11-21 02:02:28

New marching shoes for CHS band

CUMBERLAND - Cumberland High School band members will all receive new marching shoes, thanks to Director Michael Feroce's most recent successful crowd-funding campaign. Now in the final year of a five-year plan to improve the band, Feroce is using Donors Choose, a website for teachers, to fund a gro

VALLEY BREEZE - 2017-11-21 23:59:59

Cheers to Chioda's Trattoria

Shrimp and scallops with spinach and sun dried tomatoes Chioda's Trattoria on Franklin Street is the sort of old Italian joint one finds on the other side of the tracks. And I mean that quite literally. Set just across the railway from Worcester's restaurant row, Chioda's is a scene straight out of

WORCESTERMAG.COM - 2017-11-22 17:25:01