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Articles from the June 23, 2010 edition

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Dark episode in French history told eloquently

Sarah's Key By Tatiana de Rosnay ($13.95, St. Martin's Griffin) Tatiana de Rosnay has put her pen to a remarkable and memorable novel, filled with drama and an episode in history that never surfaced...

 

Action, mythology and strange physics

This issue, Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman go head to head and John Cusack's hot tub sends him back to a decade when he made good movies. The Book of Eli (R, Now available) It's not been long since the release of the absolutely fantastic...

 

Event turns barn into art gallery

The Arlington Arts Council's sixth annual Art in the Barn show and sale will be held Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27, at a picturesque family farm in Oso, located at 20412 SR 530 NE. The event is...

 

Flag-waving encouraged at July 'Star-Spangled Songfest'

Start the long holiday weekend with some musical fireworks at the Hometown Hootenanny on Friday, July 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Historic Everett Theatre. This month's live music show celebrates...

 

Get set for early July events around county

Frontier Days July 4 Head to downtown Arlington for a full day of fun on July 4, beginning with a pancake breakfast at Haller Park. The Pedal, Paddle, Puff Triathlon begins at 10:30 a.m., followed by...

 

Hang in there, baby

As I write this column on June 9, 2010 we have just experienced one of the heaviest downpours I can ever remember. Unofficially we received an inch and a half of rain in less than one hour. Hopefully...

 

Arlington woman named Citizen of the Year

In a May 8 ceremony in her honor, longtime Arlington resident Ellene Kearney was named Citizen of the Year by Arlington Lodge #129 of Free and Accepted Masons. Kearney is known and respected throughou...

 

A Berry Good Festival

Photos by Beckye Randall, NCO Staff Organizers of the 2010 Marysville Strawberry Festival are probably all collapsed in easy chairs this week, recovering from several hectic days of non-stop events...

 

Free music and movies in the parks

Enjoy free family entertainment throughout the summer, courtesy of Marysville Parks and Recreation and series sponsor FiOS. The 2010 Sounds of Summer Concert Series consists of six free Friday night...

 

Lake Stevens harpist wins talent show

Thirty acts took the stage at the Marsyville-Pilchuck High School Auditorium Thursday, June 18, to compete in the Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show. When it was all over, a young...

 

Learn to lead in young adult program

Leadership Snohomish County is currently accepting applications for the Leadership Challenge Program for Young Adults. This program is designed for motivated adults, ages 21 to 27, who want to make a...

 

Local models show off summer fashions

Photos by Beth Opel, NCO Staff The weather may not have given us much reason to feel summery, but the clothes modeled at the Strawberry Festival Fashion Show, held June 16, definitely had some...

 

Recycle old cell phones at market

Technology moves at breakneck speed, and castoff electronic devices are left in its wake. Now you can get rid of old cell phones in an environmentally-responsible way. The Tulalip Lions Club will be...

 

Rose Garden rededicated

Photos by Beckye Randall, NCO Staff The April Friesner Memorial Rose Garden was moved to Totem Middle School following the July 2009 fire that destroyed the caboose that had served as the Maryfest...

 

Soroptimists donate to food bank

Marysville Soroptimists Carol Beigler (left) and Elaine Hanson (right) present Dell Deierling, director of the Marysville Food Bank, with a check for $1,500. The local women's service organization...

 

Tax professional volunteers to help wildlife

Lynn Pattison, H&R Block franchise owner of three tax offices located in Arlington and Stanwood, spends most of her days attending to the duties of running her busy retail tax locations. However,...

 

The Losers are named contest winners

(Top) Team captain Rick Pederson (left) and fellow members of The Fat and the Furious. (Above) Publisher/editor Beckye Randall (left) with members of The Losers, associated with Arlington Massage...

 

YMCA recognizes volunteers

The YMCA of Snohomish County honored its outstanding policy, program, and youth volunteers at a special recognition breakfast on June 9 at the Everett Golf and Country Club. More than 80 members of...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 23, 2010

Drivers raise awareness for missing child

Scott Jensen of Arlington, owner of Real Performance Mustangs (RPM), and his co-driver, Bob Stephens, president of Bargain Signs, will drive their 2007 Ford Mustang in the 2010 Fireball Run...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 23, 2010

Ductless heating and cooling earns rebates, savings

With the unusually cool spring this year, local homeowners may be cranking up the heat more often than expected, leading to higher energy bills. Thanks to an offer from Snohomish County PUD,...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 23, 2010

Marysville citizens can serve as commissioners

Have a voice in city parks policies or salary decisions by applying to serve on either the Marysville Parks and Recreation Advisory Board or Salary Commission. The Park Board position became open...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 23, 2010

Naval Station Everett invites public to base open house

Naval Station Everett will open its gates to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 3, for a celebration of our nation's freedom with tours, food and entertainment. Enjoy free tours aboard t...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 23, 2010

No bus service for July 4 holiday

Bus riders who depend on Community Transit will have to find alternate transportation resources July 4 and 5, as the agency's recent service cuts continue. Community Transit bus and DART paratransit s...

 

Resurfacing program targets 109 miles of roadways

Snohomish County evaluates its entire road network annually in an effort to develop a multi-year plan for preserving and maintaining county roads in the most cost-effective way possible. This year the county will place an asphalt overlay on 12 miles...

 

Tougher fireworks laws carry stiff fines

Marysville officials were reminding residents to abide by laws enacted three years ago that crack down on firework use, even for "safe and sane" types. The discharge of fireworks within the city limits is only allowed from 9 a.m. to 11...

 

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