Wed, Sep 23, 2009
Be prepared in case of an emergency with CERT training
Maryfest has new office
Following the blaze that made the caboose unusable, the Strawberry Festival committee has moved to a new home.
Free family dance classes offered this fall
Camp Fire USA encourages families to learn to swing together.
Sat, Sep 12, 2009
Marysville remembers victims of 9/11 and the loss of a local hero
Firefighter Lt. Jeff Thornton died of cancer as the World Trade Center was under attack eight years ago.
Thu, Sep 10, 2009
Arlington Pioneer Days features old-time pastimes
Wed, Sep 9, 2009
Ballet stars keep dance students on their toes
Tatiana Liabina and Roman Zinoyev, who left Russia under difficult circumstances, will teach traditional techniques to P2 students.
Rotary presents award to Marysville member
Deserving local women earn Soroptimists' recognition
Marysville's Soroptimists present several awards and scholarships to deserving local women.
Tulalip Days debut features traditional games, food and entertainment
Celebrating 100-year milestone
Merrill Gardens resident Lena Morgan keeps her mind sharp with puzzles.
Refuge for north county teens open in Arlington
The Cocoon House provides a warm bed, counseling and support services for troubled teenagers and their families.
Green thumbs welcome at garden club events
The Arlington Garden Club offers several
Arlington celebrates Community Day Sept. 19
The second annual event features a farmers market, free entertainment, the Bite of Arlington and historical walking tours.
Wed, Aug 26, 2009
Firefighters collect donations for Jerry's Kids
The MDA Fill the Boot event took place in Marysville August 21 and 22.
Local festival draws a big crowd
Marysville's Homegrown Festival, August 14 and 15, offered lots to see and do.
Tour teen shelter at open house
Arlington's Cocoon House opens its doors to the public for tours and a special presentation luncheon September 2.
Marysville firefighters honored for decades of service
The 26 individuals recognized for their dedicated service have accumulated 355 years total.
Local gardeners help stock food bank shelves
Fresh vegetables are a great supplement to canned and packaged foods for needy clients.
Seniors enjoy annual picnic
Scrub-a-Mutt cleans up for animal groups
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