Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Ducks enable Rotary giving
Newspaper contest winners
Thanks to those who make festival a reality
Thu, Dec 1, 2011
Wooden wreaths dress Marysville's main street
57 wreaths were decorated and installed for the Marysville Arts Coalition's wreath project.
Wed, Nov 30, 2011
Candy collection posts another success
Bourne Orthodontics has donated nearly $13,000 to the community since the program began.
Student's earnings dedicated to helping others
Nick Novy, a sophomore at M-PHS, has spent the past year raising money for the Marysville Community Food Bank.
Stuff the Bus
Student is community's Volunteer of the Month
Mayor Nehring honors Octavio Dias, a YMCA Minority Achievers Program student, as community Volunteer of the Month for October.
Kiwanis Club adds monthly night meeting
The Marysville Kiwanians hope to attract new members who may not be early risers.
Library screens hate crime film
See "Not In Our Town: Light in the Darkness" at the Arlington Library on Dec. 6.
Artisans invite shoppers to Handmade Holiday gift show
The all-day event is set for Saturday, Dec. 3, during Arlington's Hometown Holidays celebration.
Help stock the food bank and toy shelves
The Marysville Community Food Bank and Toy Store seek food and toy donations for the needy in our community.
Festive fun in Marysville
The holiday celebrations begin with the opening of Cedarcrest Golf Course's new light display on Dec. 1.
Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Arlington Kiwanians hand out books
The headline published in the 11/17 print edition incorrectly credited the Rotary; apologies to the Kiwanis Club.
Visit the web to find rec offerings
The City of Arlington is cutting postage costs by posting its recreation guide online instead of mailing the publication to all residents.
Annual drive helps stock food bank shelves
Volunteers collected more than 5,000 pounds of food during the one-day All-City Food Drive.
Shop small on Small Business Saturday
The day after Black Friday is focused on promoting small local retailers.
Volunteer to help with taxes
Volunteers are needed for the IRS-approved free tax preparation site at Totem Middle School in Marysville.
Give locally to help globally
Pilgrim Africa, an organization that serves the people of Uganda, has launched a local fundraising campaign in partnership with Vinaccio Coffee.
Parent support group tackles drug and alcohol abuse
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