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Articles from the October 2, 2013 edition

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Brenda (Farley) Anderson

Brenda (Farley) Anderson passed away on Saturday, September 14, 2013, at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee, WA, following a ten month battle against metastatic anaplastic carcinoma of the thyro...

 

Locally grown vegetables a hit in Arlington elementary schools

Arlington elementary students got to expand their diet with new vegetables on Sept. 26 as part of Taste Washington Day. The day is designed to celebrate Washington-grown foods served in local school...

 

Heather Logan named Arlington's Art Advocate of the Year

Arlington Arts Council is pleased to announce that Heather Logan will be honored as Art Advocate of the Year at AAC’s 11th annual Fall into Art Auction Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Medallion Hotel in...

 

Express your personal décor style with art

Decorating your personal space is an opportunity to express your personality, make a statement, tell a story. The items that surround you in your home or apartment help craft your unique environment,...

 

M-P's Brandon Carson named NFL's Coach of the Week

The high school football season is a month old, and the undefeated Marysville-Pilchuck football team has accumulated plenty of on-field success. But the off-field awards and distinctions are starting...

 

Free workshop features business speakers

Better Your Business is based on a need to “bring practical and valuable resources to the local business community, helping them manage the day-to-day challenges in business,” according to founder and entrepreneur Judy Bradley. To meet that...

 

New industry coming to Arlington

Arlington’s growing industrial and manufacturing sector has attracted another convert. Scott Galvanizing Co., Inc., held a groundbreaking ceremony at its future Arlington location on Sept. 19,...

 

Marysville swim teams strive for 'greatness' and 'fun'

There's a lot more to a swim team than what happens in the water. As head swimming coach of the Marysville schools, Jaci Legore-Hodgins is a huge influence to the girls on her teams. Instead of...

 

In case of an accident…

One of the questions that often come up from both parents and students in our driving school classes is, “What do we do if we are involved in a collision?” This is a great question, and I...

 

Music is great when it's not a chore

My musical education is pretty sketchy. I spent a year and a half in the back seat of an Oakland 8, as my parents tried to find a place where the weather would ease my father’s war wounds. You...

 

Nutella-Pistachio Fudge is fundraiser hit

This past August, the Tulalip Resort pastry shop participated in the annual Auction of Washington Wines benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital. This worthy cause is very dear to our hearts and we...

 

Late drive lifts Arlington over Mount Vernon

For much of last Friday's contest between Arlington and Mount Vernon, the play was as sloppy as the wet, muddy field. Overthrown passes, bad snaps, and poor communication were abundant in the defensiv...

 

Eagles volleyball has talent, despite losses

The more talented teams don't always win. Just ask Arlington. The Eagles were busy volleyball hosts last week, with three schools visiting for three games within four days. Arlington went 1-2 during t...

 

Arlington's Larson named athlete of week

It's been a good year for the Arlington High School girls’ soccer team, and sophomore Olivia Larson is a big reason why. The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) named Larson the 4A Athlete of the Week after her two goals in...

 

Gardeners' checklist for October

As I am writing this column on the last days of September, it is raining vigorously and I am feeling like fall is definitely in the air. But as you read this in early October, the forecasters are...

 

Prep Roundup

Girls’ soccer Arlington: The Eagles continue to roll through their league play with a vengeance, improving their overall record to 6-1 last week with a big win over Lynnwood. Arlington hosted Cascade last night, and will visit Mariner and Kamiak...

 

Fall's wild weather puts a damper on city festival

For months the members of the Mayor’s Diversity Advisory Council have been hard at work, making plans to present the city’s first multicultural festival. The event was set to happen last Saturday, Sept. 28, outdoors in Comeford Park. As it...

 

Corn maze promotes the Y

Every year for the fall pumpkin season, Stocker Farms works with different community organizations to create a memorable corn maze experience on their family farm in Snohomish. This year Stocker Farms...

 

Prepare for citizenship exam

Residents in the Marysville area who are planning to take the citizenship exam are invited to register for the Marysville Goodwill Training Center’s 8-week citizen preparation class, which runs Wednesday evenings, October 16 through December 4, at...

 

Researchers share schools' history

On Tuesday, Oct. 8, the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society will host a presentation about the schools that once operated in the area near the current 208 exit from the freeway. The event takes place from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Arlington Free...

 

Silvana Swap Meet returns

Twice a year, Silvana’s historic Viking Hall is the site of a community-wide swap meet, a fundraiser for the building’s maintenance and restoration needs. The next one is set for October 4 and 5...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    October 2, 2013

Budget season begins in Arlington

While the minds of Arlington City Council and staff are largely filled with budget, the city is moving forward on other projects as well. At their Sept. 23 workshop meeting, council reviewed several items that will be scheduled for approval at the...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    October 2, 2013

County exec presents budget proposal

Surrounded by department heads and councilmembers, County Executive John Lovick presented his recommendations for the 2014 Snohomish County budget to employees, citizens and the media on Friday,...

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    October 2, 2013

Meet the candidates at public forum

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce will present a forum for the Arlington City Council and Snohomish County Council candidates this afternoon, Oct. 2, from 1-3 p.m. in the main hall of the Stillaguamish Senior Center. Candidates will...

 

Marysville seeks school board applicants

Due to the resignation of Marysville School Board member Cindy Rebain (Erickson) on Sept. 1, the district will reconvene its board member replacement steering committee to assist the board in filling the vacant seat. State law requires the...

 

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