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Articles from the April 15, 2013 edition

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Music accompanies art at former lumber yard

The expansive interior of the empty building that formerly housed Dunn Lumber has allowed the Marysville Arts Coalition to expand the scope of its annual art show and sale, “It’s Raining...

 

Outdoor art proposals sought

Arlington plans to enhance entryway signage and a street reconstruction project with artwork, and the city has issued a Call for Proposals for the two distinct opportunities. In partnership with the...

 

The darker side of suburbia revealed

The women of "Everything in the Garden" (from left) Cherie DeKeyser, Christina Ward-Lind, Vicki Maxey, Melody Mistlin, BriAnne Bailey Green. Photo by Leilani Saper, Click and Tell...

 

Small kindnesses outweigh the problems

I’ve got five red tulips in bloom and more coming. I bought 20 geranium starts and two very pretty plants with tiny bright blue flowers in abundance. I was ready to start planting. Then the rain...

 

Wagyu Beef Meatloaf with Tomato Bacon Gravy

I created this recipe for this year’s Taste Washington event, which was held in Seattle last month. The dish was inspired by those old familiar flavors from Mom’s cooking. To give the recipe a different spin, I used Wagyu beef which...

 

Clean Sweep Week is coming

A rooftop view of the activity during the 2012 Shred-a-Thon at City Hall.   The City of Marysville, in partnership with various local businesses, churches, service clubs and nonprofit groups, hos...

 

Dog-friendly vendors welcome

Every summer for the past six years, local dogs have been treated to their very own special event filled with activities, demonstrations, pet-friendly supplies and products, and an unparalleled...

 

Dust off your tap shoes

The community talent show is a highlight of each year’s Strawberry Festival. Auditions for the annual event are coming up in early May, so it’s time to break out the batons or karaoke...

 

Great Strides walk set for July

Planning is underway for the July 13 Tulalip Great Strides 2013, an event to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Founding team members Kelsie Dry, Brandy Krug and Megan Talbot earlier announced...

 

Learn about cougars from wildlife expert

Spring is here and hiking season is coming soon, and wildlife scientist Brian Kertson reminds hikers that the deep forest is cougar country. To be better prepared for your next excursion into the forest, the Adopt A Stream Foundation and Snohomish...

 

Legionnaires give thanks to local home improvement store

Early on a Sunday morning in March, five members of American Legion Post 178 visited the Home Depot store at Quil Ceda Village during the before-hours staff meeting to hand out volunteer recognition c...

 

Long-time festival volunteers recognized

Two long-time volunteer contributors to the Marysville Strawberry Festival, Jodi Hiatt and Carol Kapua, were honored as April's Volunteers of the Month at the April 8 Marysville City Council meeting....

 

Mural honoring deceased Marysville volunteer firefighter unveiled

A recently-completed mural was unveiled Saturday, April 13, at the Rudy Wright Memorial Field on Cedar Avenue, honoring the man who died in service to his community. Wright was a volunteer...

 

New Youth Aerospace Program begins at Marysville Goodwill

Marysville Goodwill will begin a youth aerospace program this summer to provide a pathway for high school students to become trained in manufacturing for a career in aerospace.   A meet-and-greet for the program at the Marysville Job Training...

 

April 9 now a day to recognize volunteer service

The people in the photo from left to right are Ron Wagner, Daryl Moses, Micki Moses, Don Northrup, Mayor Nehring, Byron Muck, Kim Muck, Let Florendo, Maureen DePuy and Paulette Jacobson. Marysville vo...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    April 15, 2013

City shares downtown plans

More than 50 citizens showed up to find out about proposals for revitalizing Marysville’s downtown core and waterfront area, and to share their own ideas, during the April 10 Marysville Universit...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    April 15, 2013

Court ruling a win for treaty rights

A federal court has ruled that the state of Washington must fix outdated and inadequate culverts because their blockage of salmon runs violates tribal treaty rights. “This is an historic...

 

Hear about SR 9 roundabout

Navigating through roundabouts is still relatively new to local drivers, but studies from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Federal Highway Administration show that roundabouts effectively reduce collisions, while keeping traffic...

 

Baseball field dedication planned

The Marysville School District has planned the dedication of “Memorial Field” on Saturday, April 20. The field is located at the Marysville-Pilchuck High School campus, 5611-108th Street NE. The varsity baseball field was named through the...

 

Marysville-Pilchuck Wind Ensemble takes first in San Francisco

  Marysville-Pilchuck High School band groups came home with multiple awards from their tour of San Francisco over spring break. The Marysville-Pilchuck Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, choir and...

 

Movie-turned-musical at M-P

Anna Mudd as Elle (left) leads a talented group of high school drama students in "Legally Blonde."   Drama students from Marysville-Pilchuck and Getchell High School will present the...

 

On Hold jazz group entertains at Disneyland

Arlington students (from left) Emily Ewell, Anthony O'Connell and Ben Comerford performed as part of On Hold, Arlington's jazz band, on the stage at Disneyland Resort in California on March 29....

 

Opportunities on display at school district Expo

Thanks to a partnership between Marysville School District, Tulalip Tribes, and the Marysville Rotary, a dynamic Opportunity Expo--preparing students for college, career, work and life--will be held Tuesday, April 16, at the Tulalip Resort Orca...

 

Outstanding Marysville students honored for April

Kaylie Green and Mitchell Ryiter, two Marysville Getchell seniors, have been named Marysville's Students of the Month for April by the Marysville Kiwanis and Marysville Soroptimist clubs. Mitchell...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    April 15, 2013

Tommies held scoreless against Shorecrest

The Marysville-Pilchuck soccer team fell to 2-4-1 after a tough run of Wesco 3A South teams snatched three straight games from the Tomahawks. The most recent crossover loss came when the Tomahawks...

 

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