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COVID-19 in Washington State

COVID-19 in Washington State

Rebecca Duffy, Managing Editor of Digital

March 16, 2020

On Jan. 21, the United States confirmed the first case of COVID-19 (novel-coronavirus) in the country. This first confirmed case was of a patient in Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett Washington, only a short walking distance from EvCC. Since January, the number of confirmed cases in Washington...

Everett Events: March 4-9

Everett Events: March 4-9

Jessica Kupcake, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Free Events: Wednesday, Mar. 4 Free Trivia // 6:30 p.m. at Middleton Brewing (FREE) Intro to Sign Language // 7 p.m. at Sno-Isle Food Co-op (FREE) Thursday, Mar. 5 Free Museum Thursday // 2 p.m. at Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum (FREE) American Creed: Film Screening & Community Conversation ...

Deadly Wuhan Coronavirus Spreads to Everett

Deadly Wuhan Coronavirus Spreads to Everett

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

January 22, 2020

Updated information: Jan. 23 The death toll has risen to 23 as a mysterious virus known as Wuhan coronavirus spreads to the U.S. The first case of the coronavirus was confirmed in Washington State on Tuesday Jan. 21 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At this point, none of the...

Remembering Everett’s Patriotic Man: Samiu Bloomfield

Remembering Everett’s Patriotic Man: Samiu Bloomfield

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

January 20, 2020

Well known Everett citizen, Samiu Bloomfield has died. According to a GoFundMe page started by Bloomfields family, the 70-year-old man was battling dementia when he went missing last week.  Before he was found, Bloomfield spent three days in the cold without food or water. In addition to the outdo...

Crime on and off Campus

Crime on and off Campus

Daniel Albert, Editor-in-Chief

November 8, 2019

Crime in Everett is nothing new to anyone who has been outside and looked around. But sometimes the crimes occur closer to campus than people think. Every year the Everett Community College Campus Safety and Security team releases the Campus Safety and Security Clery Report. A Clery Report is a ye...

Sharing Wheels

Sharing Wheels

Sona Porter, Assistant Editor

October 17, 2019

For 17-years, Sharing Wheels has been a community bike shop in Everett that has provided used bikes and affordable repairs to thousands. Their mission is to get bikes out of the landfill and affordably keep people on bikes. Sharing Wheels (SW) is a nonprofit organization that started in 2002. Since...

Estimated 1,500 Protest Gun Violence in Everett #MarchForOurLives

Estimated 1,500 Protest Gun Violence in Everett #MarchForOurLives

Nataya Foss, Managing Editor of Digital

March 24, 2018

An estimated 1,500 people took to the streets in what is being called Everett’s largest rally in its history, according to Christopher Glans, co-organizer of the event. Protestors were demanding stricter gun regulations and protesting the frequent school shootings and gun violence happening all o...

Everett: Out of View

Everett: Out of View

John Yeager, Sports Editor

May 25, 2017

Digging Deep into Everett Crime

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

March 11, 2017

Compared to notorious crime-filled city Chicago, Everett is on the tamer side. In fact, for a state that boasts the most dangerous city in America according to Safewise, Everett shouldn’t draw a second glance. And yet, it does. Neighborhood Scout has compiled crime rates and statistics from the FBI an...

Brown’s Shooting Lifts Trojans to Victory

Brown’s Shooting Lifts Trojans to Victory

John Yeager, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

The EvCC Men’s basketball team topped the Olympic College Rangers by a score of 87-79 on Wednesday, Jan. 25. The first half opened up with a fast-paced scoring effort from the Trojan’s, with Brevin Brown sinking four three-pointers and leading the Trojans to a 34-15 lead with 8:05 to go in the first h...