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Articles from the June 4, 2013 edition

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Ribbon-cutting at NOMZ Diner

NOMZ Diner in Marysville celebrated its official grand opening May 29 with a ribbon-cutting officiated by Mayor Jon Nehring. The restaurant, located at 9414 State Avenue, features fresh, hearty meals...

 

WISE Women receives non-profit status

A group of three local business women founded WISE (Women Inspiring Successful Entrepreneurs), based in Marysville, as an organization for women in business seeking personal and professional growth....

 

Potty humor remains from government work

A recent conversation/complaint by my granddaughter triggered a long forgotten memory. Just may explain my jaundiced indifference towards proper policys. It all started when I was young and foolish,...

 

Enjoy Strawberry Pancake Drops for your Strawberry Festival get-togethers

As a child, fresh strawberries would always remind me of the warm weather season and our summer vacations, family camping trips, and barbecues. Ahhh...the good life. Food has a way of triggering fond...

 

Northwest gardeners’ June checklist

June is a very busy month in the garden, but it is also the beginning of the garden tour season with the Evergreen Arboretum Gardens of Merit tour and plant sale on June 22 and Sorticulture art and ga...

 

Arlington police carry Special Olympics torch

  Arlington Police Commander Terry Quintrall (left) and Officer Mike Gilbert running with the Special Olympics torch as part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run on May 30.     The Special...

 

Beginning of a healthy summer

Marysville families and children learned how to lead healthier summers while throwing footballs, playing jump rope and climbing the rock wall at Allen Creek Elementary on June 1. The activities were...

 

Cars shine in downtown Arlington

Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington will be an auto enthusiast’s dream on Saturday, June 8, as the Downtown Arlington Business Association (DABA) presents the 14th annual Show & Shine Car...

 

Filling the boot for a cause

Firefighters in Arlington hit the streets Saturday, June 1, gathering donations for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in the annual Fill the Boot Drive. Fire department personnel staked out the...

 

Free shuttle, free movies with Boys and Girls Club

Thanks to a grant from Regal Cinemas, the Marysville Boys and Girls Club will provide free transportation and admission to family-friendly movies this summer. The Regal Summer Movie Express, which is...

 

Shred, recycle, clean up at the annual Arlington event

The 11th annual Spring Clean Up Event in Arlington is set for Saturday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Arlington Airport. Arlington residents can dispose of household junk like refrigerators,...

 

Strawberry Festival kicks off this week

The 82nd annual Strawberry Festival is officially the third weekend of June, but several events are planned in advance of that weekend, beginning this Saturday, June 8. Asbery Field is the site of the...

 

Apartment and retail projects coming to Lakewood

Construction crews beginning the groundwork for a Lakewood development at the corner of 172nd Street and 27th Avenue that will include apartment and retail space.   Growth is coming to the north...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    June 4, 2013

CIty refi saves a million bucks

Although the savings dropped in the past few weeks, the City of Arlington will still save a million dollars in interest by refinancing two bonds. City Council reviewed a proposal from Finance Director Jim Chase at its May 28 workshop meeting, and...

 

County council urges investment in transportation

The Snohomish County Council on Tuesday passed a resolution strongly encouraging the Washington State Legislature to enact a comprehensive transportation investment package during the current legislative special session. The Legislature is...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 4, 2013

Dealership plans back on track at Island Crossing

The public has until June 7 to comment on a proposed special use permit application that would clear the way for the Lane family to break ground on a new auto dealership at I-5 and Highway 530 at...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 4, 2013

Politics grab bag

Former Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon walked away from his office at the county Friday, May 31, after weeks of speculation and uncertainty. He announced his intention to resign at a Feb. 21...

 
 By Joe Manney    Schools    June 4, 2013

Athletes earn conference recognition

With the 2013 spring sports season officially completed, the All-Conference selections have been published. While most of the in-season sports coverage is focused on the overall team performance, the...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Schools    June 4, 2013

Marysville educators honored at reception

The Hibulb Cultural Center was filled with well-wishers offering earnest handshakes and maybe a few tears as the communities of Marysville and Tulalip gathered to thank and congratulate...

 

Two Getchell students recognized for service and academics

Haley Santana and Dylan Smith, two Marysville Getchell seniors, have been recognized as June Students of the Month by the Marysville Soroptimist and Kiwanis clubs. Haley is a senior at the Bio-Med...

 

It’s time to prepare for fire season

We must all be in the disaster-preparedness business, and when disasters strike we quickly become potential first-responders. Our wet and very “green” spring in Western Washington reminds us that fire season in the Pacific Northwest is...

 

Woodworker featured at gallery

John Luke has been working with wood for more than three decades, perfecting his joinery and finishes. From furniture design to beautiful and functional wooden boxes, Luke specializes in exposed...

 

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