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Articles from the June 18, 2013 edition

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Rebuilding a bridge, sharing secrets

May was not so good. My hip kept nagging at me. Then decided to act worse. I had trouble watering my geraniums, and couldn’t hide the limp I was fighting against. The doctor asked me if the C...

 

Local woodworking artist featured at Fogdog Gallery

Having been born into the wood-making industry, Michael Wendland, the son of a carpenter, decided that it was time to create art out of his wood. Drawing on his 35-year career as a general contractor...

 

Spoon up these summery scallop appetizers

As the Tulalip Resort Casino Garde Mange Chef, I like to create fun dishes for everyone to enjoy. With summer upon us, I wanted to showcase an easy recipe for scallop ceviche. I chose scallops because they are sweet, tender and will complement many...

 

The season has just begun

I find it interesting that every year about this time I start to panic and find myself feeling like I have run out of time to plant any more flowers or veggies or whatever. “What’s the...

 

Berry Run brings out local athletes

And they’re off! Local athletes lined up for 5K Berry Run Saturday morning, June 15, at Smokey Point Plant Farm. The annual run, part of the official lineup of Strawberry Festival events, also...

 

Eat healthier with Tulalip Clinic’s new community garden

Monica Hauser (left), diabetes educator and Veronia Leahy, diabetes program coordinator at the Tulalip Health Clinic, at the site of the newly opened health clinic garden on June 11.   The...

 

Festival-goers enjoy sun, fun

Remember last year’s Strawberry Festival weekend? Non-stop rain, cool weather, and overall dismal conditions dampened the spirits—and the ground—for festival events. This...

 

Fundraising dog wash event seeking vendors

Scrub-A-Mutt is holding its sixth annual fundraising Dog Wash on Saturday, August 17, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Strawberry Fields Park, 6100-152nd St. NE, next to the Marysville Off Leash Dog Park....

 

Locals enjoy a Fashion Fiesta

Honoring the Strawberry Festival’s 2013 theme of “Fiesta,” the annual tea and fashion show, held June 11 at Leifer Manor, featured colorful Mexican decorations and a delicious lunch...

 

Strawberry Festival Market attracts buyers, sellers

The Strawberry Festival weekend kicked off with the opening of The Market at Asbery Field on Friday. The Market typically attracts hundreds of vendors, offering everything from tie-dye T-shirts to...

 

Talented locals put on an entertaining show

The auditorium at Marysville-Pilchuck High School hosted enthusiastic fans of local performers who took the stage for the annual Strawberry Festival Talent Show on Thursday, June 13. Twenty-eight...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 18, 2013

Cascade Valley earns quality certification

Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics has earned ISO 9000 certification from Det Norske Veritas (DNV), the organization’s national health care accrediting body. DNV surveys healthcare providers...

 

Environmental study completed for Smith Island restoration

Snohomish County’s Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Smith Island Restoration project is now available for public review. A joint effort proposed by Snohomish County and the city of Everett, the Smith Island Restoration...

 

Feeling the heat

Marysville City Councilmembers Rob Toyer (front, second from left) and Michael Stevens (front, second from right) participated in fire training with firefighters from Marysville Fire District. Photo...

 

Program could eliminate some crime around businesses

To help business owners combat property crimes that can potentially drive away customers, a new Business Watch program is being unveiled for the Marysville and Tulalip communities. The program will be similar to Marysville’s Neighborhood Watch...

 

Providence names COO

Kim Williams, MS, RN has been appointed to Chief Operating Officer of Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett. Williams has worked for Providence since 2003, and previously served as the chief...

 

Reserve center offers services to families of fallen soldiers

Members of the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, a U.S. Army Reserve unit headquartered in Marysville, showed their support for the families of fallen soldiers June 13 by dedicating a parking s...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    June 18, 2013

Safety issues resurface at June 3 Arlington council meeting

In a rare case of public comment at the June 3 Arlington City Council meeting, the owners of Kidzle B Kids childcare in Smokey Point asked councilmembers for help. Located on a dead-end street one block north of 172nd Street, the childcare is adjacen...

 

Getchell students share their most intimate secrets anonymously

Multiple locked mailboxes sit around the School for the Entrepreneur campus, all containing slips of papers with some of the students’ deepest secrets. Marysville Getchell School for the...

 

Two students honored for their academics and efforts

James Wilson of Arlington High School and Monica Franke of Darrington High School were recognized by the Rotary Club of Arlington as the Outstanding Students for the month of May. James and Monica...

 

Invest in transportation

Rep. Rick Larsen, WA-02, took to the floor of the House of Representatives last week to urge his colleagues to invest in transportation infrastructure following the May 23 collapse of the Interstate...

 

Is it lemonade and cookie time in Marysville?

Dear Editor, The meaning behind Lemonade and Cookies began in the spring of 2012. A push to clean up Marysville businesses and neighborhoods finally took shape in 2012. The Pride of Marysville project...

 

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