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Articles from the January 27, 2010 edition

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Author talks about "Edgarville"

The Fires of Edgarville Craig Joseph Danner This intriguing novel tells the story of a Japanese boy adopted by a Caucasian woman. As an adult, he and his wife return with his mother, now suffering fro...

 

Comedies take on the afterlife and the undead

This issue, the toothy Ricky Gervais escapes from your TV screen and zombies run wild. The Invention of Lying(PG-13, Now Available) This high concept film presupposes a world in which no one has ever...

 

Concert to aid Haiti relief efforts

Like most of us, Mike Olson was saddened by the images of devastation coming in from Haiti. Olson, a retired Navy man and the technical director for the Historic Everett Theatre, jumped into action...

 

Everett Symphony presents "American Idols"

Dr. Paul-Elliott Cobbs conducts the Everett Symphony Orchestra with guest soloist Sean Osborn in a concert highlighting American composers Friday, January 29, at Everett Civic Auditorium, 2415 Colby...

 

Economic recovery the focus of mayor's message

Marysville Mayor Dennis Kendall will deliver his State of the City address to business leaders and citizens during the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce's monthly Business Before Hours...

 

Marysville wine store celebrates its second anniversary

WineStyles, a wine "boutique" located at 6608-64th Street NE in the Marysville IGA complex, recently celebrated its second anniversary with a week of special events that included wine...

 

New leaders for YMCA Board

The YMCA of Snohomish County has announced new officers for its Board of Trustees, effective Jan. 14, 2010. The new secretary is Bob Wojcik of Cascade Bank and the new vice-chair is Leslie Lauer of...

 

Changes are witnessed over a lifetime

In a world of strange and wonderful things, I find myself totally confused some days. I look at cell phones, ringing in all the wrong places. Giving up information way beyond the 'number please' of...

 

Dads, put on your dancing shoes

It is a magical scene: little girls in taffeta and petticoats, dads in suits and ties, twirling gracefully around the decorated dance floor or laughing at the silliness of the Chicken Dance. It's the...

 

Donate a few hours at cancer center

If you have a few hours a week to give, the American Cancer Society will put your skills to good use at the Providence Regional Cancer Partnership, located across the street from the medical center at...

 

Free arthritis seminar planned

Growing older can mean irritating and painful stiffness in joints caused by arthritis. In fact, there are more than 100 types of arthritis and treatments may vary depending on the nature of the...

 

Learn about women's service group

Soroptimist International of Marysville is holding a "Get Acquainted" open house Friday, February 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Ken Baxter Senior Community Center, 514 Delta Avenue in...

 

Local bird-watchers present programs

The Pilchuck Audubon Society received a "Together Green" grant in 2009 for educational purposes, and part of the grant will be used to construct a kiosk on the grounds of Frank Wagner...

 

88th Street extension breaks ground

City officials and representatives from Naval Station Everett helped celebrate the groundbreaking for the roadway project to extend 88th Street east to SR9. From left, those wielding golden shovels...

 

Cascade Hospital celebrates grand opening, 100 years of service

More than 1,500 local residents toured the newly reopened Cascade Valley Hospital on Sunday, January 24, as the Arlington hospital celebrated its open house in conjunction with a milestone 100th...

 

Changes in distribution for North County Outlook

At least twice a year, the U.S. Postal Service reconfigures its carrier routes to maintain balance in the face of new housing developments or shopping complexes. Recent changes made to routes in...

 

Arts Bulletin Board

Theatre "On Golden Pond" by Ernest Thompson runs at the Phoenix Theatre (formerly Edge of the World Theatre), 9673 Firdale Ave. in Edmonds, January 29 through February 21, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. Directed by...

 

Computer lab open for job hunters

The job search process is driven by computer access and online job applications. For the unemployed without a home computer, that requirement can be a huge obstacle. The computer lab at Marysville's...

 

Fair seeks advisory board members

The Evergreen State Fair is seeking candidates for four vacancies on the Snohomish County Fair Advisory Board. The volunteer board was created to assist staff with production of the annual fair and...

 

Find out about census jobs at open house Feb. 3

More than 1,000 part-time jobs are being offered to local people with flexible schedules to be part of the 2010 national census effort. The Everett census office serves Snohomish, Island, Skagit,...

 

Koster to run for congress in 2010

Snohomish County Councilman John Koster, the lone Republican on the council, has set his sights on a nationwide target-the 2nd District congressional seat currently held by Democrat Rep. Rick Larsen....

 

Smokey Point grows with Walmart

If you think 172nd Street NE is busy now, just wait until the new Walmart store opens in about a year. Construction was set to begin on the Smokey Point discount store on Monday, January 25. The...

 

Auction to fund school equipment purchases

Invitations will be in the mail soon for the March 14 benefit auction for Marysville's Arts & Technology High School, organized by the 2010 Senior Legacy committee. The goal of this year's event...

 

A&T students imagine life without oil

"What happens to society when oil runs out?" That's the question posed to students at Marysville Arts & Technology High School in a 3-year project designed by the school's science, technology,...

 

M-P band raising money for Disneyland trip

Student musicians in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School band have been offered some exciting opportunities during a springtime visit to California, and their parents and community supporters want to...

 

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