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Articles from the September 4, 2013 edition

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Marysville Walmart gearing up for opening

Cartons—some full, some empty--stacked in the aisles. Price point markers all set at zero. Employees in new blue shirts busily unpacking items, stocking shelves with care. The new Walmart store,...

 

400 acres near Marysville close to being restored as an estuary habitat

One of the largest environmental projects in the northwest, the Qwuloolt Estuary restoration, is beginning its final phase soon and could be completed in 2014. The estuary project will restore the...

 

Walk fundraiser in Marysville to help prevent human trafficking

Marysville Free Methodist Church will host a walk and a rally on Sept. 7 to raise funds for a new shelter, the Peoria Home, that will harbor women who have been sexually trafficked. The church is partnering with the Set-Free Movement...

 

FHA program targets homes that need rehab

The real estate market has been in a state of flux for several years and many potential homebuyers have been waiting on the sidelines, wary of taking a financial risk when it comes to a home...

 

American Legion retires flags on Sept. 7

Marysville’s American Legion Post 178 will hold its annual flag retirement ceremony on Sept. 7 and the public is invited to attend. Members and visitors may place their own U.S. flags that have outlived their service lives into the honorary flag re...

 

Church organizes week-long food drive

In remembrance of the September 11 attacks and in honor of our country’s National Day of Service, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Arlington Stake is hosting a week-long community...

 

Lee brothers help bring high hopes for Grace Academy soccer

Brothers Josh and Jeremiah Lee are two of the main contributors to the Grace Academy soccer team that many feel is poised for a deep championship run this year. A private Christian school, Grace...

 

Register for youth basketball

If your child is drawn to dribbling fast breaks down court and launching net-bound layups, sign up now for the Marysville Parks and Recreation Department’s popular basketball league for youth in first through eighth grade. The youth basketball...

 

Back to school means back to the stadium

Summer is nearly gone, jerseys are being handed out, and another season of high school football is about to begin. High school athletes across the region are exchanging their video games and...

 

Learn about Mt. Rainier and volcano history

Washington state is home to five major composite volcanoes: Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens and Mount Adams. These volcanoes, along with Mount Hood in Oregon, are part of the Cascade Range. All Washington volcanoes except...

 

Review of the 2013-2015 state budget

Now that we've had time to review and digest the state's new 2013-15 budget, how did lawmakers do? As with all budgets, there are good and bad items included, though the biggest policy success was that lawmakers allowed the 2010 “temporary” tax...

 

Tragedy in Syria, decisions in U.S.

As the country inches closer to military action in a faraway nation, it’s clear that the American people are divided over what form that action should take—or if it should happen at all. The video...

 

Little guys don't get to have all the fun

Cars were lined up like chickens on their roost this week, in the parking lot at the end of my street. I guess it is time to remind all drivers to be a little more careful. Summer is over and the...

 

Pacific Halibut with Rainier Cherry Salsa

Right now is my favorite time to enjoy fresh Pacific Halibut. It has a fabulous flavor and is available fresh from around early May through late October. During other times of the year it is only...

 

Gardeners' checklist for September

September is a tricky month. On the one hand, it is the last month of the third quarter of the gardening season and there is still time to score a few more points. Keep up the water and the food and...

 

Jean Louise Berkey

Senator Jean Berkey, beloved wife, sister, and friend, passed away peacefully at her home near Deception Pass early on August 21, 2013. Jean was born on August 22, 1938 in Loma Linda, California, to...

 

Charles "Dick" Richard Lindborg

Charles "Dick" Richard Lindborg, 81, passed away August 22, 2013 in Everett, WA. He was born to Fred and Nellie Lindborg June 15, 1932 in Lake Stevens, WA. Dick grew up on Getchell Hill, going to...

 

Hazel D. Matterand

Hazel Matterand, 92, of Stanwood, WA went to sleep with Jesus, August 7, 2013, at home surrounded by her family. Hazel was born December 22, 1920 in Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada, to Harold and...

 

Viola Harriet Moore

Viola Harriet Moore was born in Aberdeen, Washington, on February 5, 1919, and died August 23, 2013, in Everett. Her parents were Norman W. Steele and Harriet M. Maddox. She was a grandchild of Lillian Kikendall Maddox and George W. Maddox of...

 

Mildred Louise Wear- Holmes

Mildred was preceded in death by husband, Francis G. Holmes in 1974. Mildred is survived by Patricia A. Haverman, Agnes K. Holmes and James F. Holmes; grandchildren, Rita A. Dewey, Jennifer R. Conley; and great-grandchildren, Brianna L....

 

CVH chooses PeaceHealth for partnership

Cascade Valley Hospital may soon have a new healthcare management partner. The Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics Board of Commissioners voted 5-0 on Thursday, August 29, to enter into strategic alliance negotiations with PeaceHealth. The...

 

[360] Healthy Living

The annual guide to quality local health care and information to keep you and your family on track for a healthy lifestyle. The 2013 issue also serves as the official program for the Cascade Valley...

 

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