City Worker Safety in the City of Everett

Masks and gloves are being provided to many essential city workers in Everett as protective gear from COVID-19.

Kyle Ogle, Staff Writer

June 13, 2020

Snohomish County has recently moved into Phase Two, which means that the pandemic has cooled, but the risk is still there. Many people are still out of work or working from home, and businesses are limited 50% capacity or less, some still yet to open. With all of this happening, city workers have st...

Man Exposes Himself to Classroom Inside Gray Wolf Hall

The second story of Gray Wolf Hall (shown above) is where the suspect revealed himself on Tuesday around 3 p.m.

Daniel Albert and Jane Bowman

October 4, 2019

According to Campus Security, an unidentified male was reported being seen exposing himself outside of a second-floor Gray Wolf Hall classroom around 3 p.m. on Tuesday. The suspect reportedly walked up to a classroom window and exposed himself to nearly twenty students. The suspect was last described...

When You Hear the Gunshots

In the case of an active shooter event, “do your fellow students and faculty a favor and hit that lockdown button,” Macklin said.

Emma Kilgore, Managing Editor-Print

February 23, 2017

It was the spring morning of April 20, 1999 that forever altered the way schools manage security. Columbine heralded a new norm for students- mass shootings. Eight years later, the second-largest mass shooting on U.S. soil occurred at Virginia Tech where 32 lost their lives. Four years later, 26 people...

Survive Your Winter Driving

Winter driving can be dangerous. Stay alert while driving.

Natalea Riffle, Staff Writer

January 28, 2017

  The winter season has arrived, bringing with it freezing temperatures and shivering students. Roads are often slick with ice and the occasional dusting of snow. As a result, a number of drivers will fall victim to a winter-related accident or scare. This year is EvCC’s Sophomore, Br...