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Articles from the April 30, 2013 edition

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Annual event ‘rains art’ in Marysville

The second annual “It’s Raining Art” event, held April 26 and 27 in the building formerly occupied by Dunn Lumber, attracted a steady stream of visitors perusing displays by local...

 

Quirky but understandable characters in ‘Playbook’

“Silver Linings Playbook” (R, Avail. 4/30) A few years ago a video from the set of "I Heart Huckabees" found its way onto YouTube. It featured writer-director David O. Russell exploding into rage on actress Lily Tomlin. This was...

 

Distilling history in downtown Marysville

Tucked into a modest building across from the Ken Baxter Community Center, at 6th and Delta, is an unusual enterprise run by a Marysville husband and wife team. Dry County Distillery quietly opened...

 

Coal furor brings memories of progress

Sometimes I think I read too much. One of the first things I did after saying ”I do” was call the local newspaper. I needed a subscription. I don’t even remember when I started reading...

 

May’s checklist for the garden

Well, I think it’s safe to say that spring has sprung. I am now mowing my lawn twice a week (but only because I like to keep it very short), watering my containers several times a week (these...

 

2013 Duck Dash shows record-breaking donations

Arlington Rotary intends to build a new children's playground at Haller Park, thanks to the many sponsors of this year's Duck Dash. The Rotary Club thanked all of their sponsors on April 25 at a...

 

Cages celebrate 60th anniversary

Ken and Ethel Cage of Marysville will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house on May 11 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the American Legion Post 178, located at 2nd and Cedar in Marysville....

 

Cinco de Mayo event celebrates local Latino culture

This May will see the return of a Cinco de Mayo community and family celebration in Marysville, meant to embrace Latino culture and diversity in the community. The seventh annual Cinco de Mayo celebration will be at Totem Middle School, May 3, 6...

 

Earth Day observed at Army Reserve Center

Soldiers of the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, a U.S. Army Reserve unit headquartered in Marysville, have begun a tradition of planting trees on Earth Day. Last year at this time, the unit...

 

Goodwill youth aerospace program introduced

Rosanna Stephens (left), director of planning and program development at Seattle Goodwill, answers questions from Delores Malinosky (center) and Arlington High School junior Coleman Holt about...

 

Marysville girl is pageant finalist

Kiera Sorensen, a 17-year-old student at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, has been chosen as a state finalist in the National American Miss Washington Pageant to be held August 9-11 at the Hotel Muran...

 

Post office helps stamp out hunger

Hunger continues to be a problem in Snohomish County and elsewhere, with one in seven people in the county reported as “food insecure,” but efforts by local mail carriers can make a...

 

Members sought for salary commission

The City of Marysville is seeking citizens interested in serving on the Salary Commission. Two seats are available as a result of member Mary Shivvers’s term expiring this summer, and a vacancy created when Kamille Norton was appointed to the...

 

Roundabout proposed for Getchell Road

A sketch of the current plan for the proposed roundabout at the intersection of State Route 9 and 84th Street.   Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is planning to build a...

 

Smokey Point Medical Center attracting international attention

Since opening in September 2012, Smokey Point Medical Center, at 2901-174th St. NE, has been gaining national and international attention. In addition to visits by several local healthcare organizations, European medical group leaders and executives...

 

Apply for Marysville school board positions

Two seats on the Marysville School District’s Board of Directors will be on the ballot this fall, and the filing period for the positions has been moved up this year to May 13 through 17. The school board seats for District Director 1 and 4,...

 

Lakewood's jazz choir places first in Oregon again

For the fourth time in as many years, “Swingbeat,” Lakewood High School's jazz choir, took first place at the Pleasant Hill Jazz Festival in Oregon on April 20. Director of music at...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    April 30, 2013

Six straight softball shutouts for Eagles

Arlington players begin a victory lap after their 13-0 victory over Edmonds-Woodway.    Ronnie Ladines wasn't on the mound last Tuesday afternoon for the Arlington Eagles, but she made an...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    April 30, 2013

Tomahawk Invite showcases local runners

Lakewood's Andrew Stich attempts to catch up with Squalicum's Jason Pfannenstiel in the 300m hurdles.   Marysville-Pilchuck hosted 12 track and field teams from around the region on Saturday at...

 

Letter Carriers’ food drive

Editor, The Marysville Post Office is gearing up for its annual Letter Carriers’ Food Drive. The food drive will be held Saturday, May 11, to benefit the Marysville Community Food Bank. Be on the lookout for a yellow bag that will be delivered...

 

We remember silent heroes

As we try and absorb the horrific events of last month, I stop to think about the “silent heroes” of those two tragic events.  Most of those “silent heroes” will probably...

 

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