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Articles from the March 24, 2010 edition

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Arts Briefs

THEATRE Last Leaf Productions presents a free performance of "The Search for Bigfoot: An Ecological Mystery" on Tuesday, March 30, at 11 a.m. at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center in Arlington. Sponsored by the City of Arlington and the...

 

Two very different movies worth the rental

This issue, a fox and a teenage girl reach for better lives. Fantastic Mr. Fox (PG, Now Available) I am a Wes Anderson super fan. "Rushmore" and "The Royal Tenenbaums" both rate very highly on my...

 

Wild west captured in fascinating account

To Hell on A Fast Horse By Mark Lee Gardner ($26.99, William Morrow) "...There was a whole lot of hell going on in Lincoln County," and you can read about it in this entertaining book. The subtitle, "...

 

Violence is a stark reminder to stay aware

Excuse my absence. I haven't been so much absent as displaced, unable to concentrate on what I wanted to say. What started out as a birthday party became an extended stay away from home. Plans were...

 

Apply for arts grants by April 19

The Greater Everett Community Foundation is now accepting applications for grants from the Arts and Culture Fund. Deadline for applications is April 19. The Arts and Culture Fund was established in partnership with ArtsUnited to "promote the...

 

Relax, it's only March

Despite the fact that the official first day of spring was March 20, it is still early in the northwest for many activities. With the unusually warm winter we have had, gardeners are out in force...

 

A royal event for Strawberry Festival

The auditorium at Marysville-Pilchuck High School was buzzing with excitement and nervous anticipation March 20 as friends and family members waited for the lights to dim and the Strawberry...

 

Boys & Girls Club welcomes community

Activity Director Daniel Thompson and Club Director Bonnie Ramsey check out the schedule of weekly programs at the Marysville Boys & Girls Club. The Marysville Boys and Girls Club is throwing its...

 

Bunnies back on Third Street

Downtown Marysville is hopping with spring fever, and the Drum Bunnies are leading the way to a full day of family fun and shopping discounts on Saturday, March 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The...

 

Caboose on the move

The historic caboose at 4th Street and Cedar Avenue in Marysville has found a new home. The landmark was severely damaged by a fire several months ago, and the Marysville Parks and Recreation...

 

Easter eggs entice local youngsters

A grassy area at the Arlington Airport is the site of an Easter egg hunt for kids ages 1 to 12 on Saturday, April 3 at 11 a.m. The free event is sponsored by the City of Arlington, Cascade Valley...

 

Host a table at historical society's tea

Break out your grandmother's china and your best springtime hat. It's time for the Marysville Historical Society's annual Spring Tea and Fashion Show, and table hostesses are invited to help with the...

 

Kipperberg-Meyer engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kipperberg of Marysville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelsie Elizabeth, to Tyler Charles Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer of Startup. Kelsie graduated from...

 

Stilly Sr. Center offers a full day of fun

North end seniors can learn more about the services and programs offered at the Stillaguamish Senior Center at an all-day open house set for April 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The center, located...

 

Town Hall to address underage drinking

Representatives from law enforcement agencies and local schools will join prevention specialists at a special Town Hall meeting on March 29 at the Marysville Boys and Girls Club, beginning at 6 p.m....

 

Volunteers needed to assist vulnerable adults

Vulnerable adults living in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult family homes throughout Snohomish County are in need of community help. More than 2,500 such residents lack a volunteer ombudsman, who serves as an advocate, educator,...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    March 24, 2010

2010 Census forms hit mailboxes

Snohomish County residents, like Americans across the nation, received the 2010 Census forms in the mail this past week. Local officials are urging citizens to participate in the nationwide count....

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    March 24, 2010

County agrees to pay builders $1.7 million

Land use decisions made by the Snohomish County Council and hearing examiner Barbara Dykes regarding planned development projects in Snohomish and the Lake Goodwin area were termed "arbitrary and...

 

Court employee Vermeulen earns city honor

Municipal Court program specialist Mary Vermeulen has been selected as the City of Marysville's Employee of the Month for February in recognition of her valuable customer service and quick processing...

 

Input sought on Kayak Point Park usage

Snohomish County will host a public workshop to discuss potential changes to the day use portion of Kayak Point Regional Park. The meeting, set to begin at 6:30 p.m. March 31, will be an opportunity for residents and park users to offer feedback on...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    March 24, 2010

Marysville housing project reclaims foreclosed properties

Five new construction foreclosed homes in Marysville will provide housing for low-income families that have lost their own homes and have no other housing resources, thanks to grant money from...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    March 24, 2010

PUD looking for solar energy projects

Snohomish County Public Utility District is seeking proposals from local organizations for solar energy demonstration projects to be installed on new or existing buildings in the utility's service...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    March 24, 2010

Tulalip Tribes elect new Board members

Newly elected directors for the Tulalip Tribes are (from left) Mark Hatch and Don "Penoke" Hatch Jr. Nearly 1,000 Tulalip tribal members turned out on Saturday, March 13, to fill two positions on the...

 

Arlington schools refinance bonds to save money

Arlington Public Schools has refinanced a portion of its outstanding bonds, taking advantage of lower interest rates and saving taxpayers nearly $700,000. The estimated $673,369 in savings will flow...

 

Lakewood reconfigures elementary schools

The Lakewood School District Board of Directors has approved a plan that would change the way their elementary schools operate and restructure attendance boundaries for the 2011-12 school year. The...

 

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