Thu, May 19, 2011
AG tours Marysville businesses
Attorney General Rob McKenna met with local business owners for a roundtable discussion May 11.
City's new website makes it easy
The redesigned site offers new technologies, features and services to residents, business owners and visitors.
Shake, rattle and roll in Arlington
Disaster exercise is a coordinated effort by the City's emergency management team and the Region 1 Healthcare Coalition.
County streamlines process, speeds development
Project Catalyst, introduced by Executive Aaron Reardon, is resulting in a quicker turnaround for builders and developers in Snohomish County.
Pilot dies in plane crash
State grant to fund affordable housing in Marysville
Snohomish County will use more than $1.1 million in partnership with Housing Hope to purchase 14 bank-owned Marysville townhomes.
Boating accident claims two lives
A Marysville man and his nephew died during a shrimping excursion on May 7.
Sat, May 14, 2011
Pilot dies in plane crash
Tue, May 3, 2011
Arlington fire and police host open house
The departments invite residents to learn about public safety and help celebrate National Emergency Medical Services Week and National Police Week.
Marysville to provide free graffiti removal
The city's Graffiti Task Force will help homeowners get rid of graffiti at no cost.
Free care for chronic conditions
Patients diagnosed with diabetes, high blood pressure, and those with high cholesterol and thyroid issues, will be treated at the Stanwood free clinic the third Friday of every month.
City puts Coca-Cola property up for sale
The acreage was purchased in preparation for a combined civic campus, but the economy has put those plans on hold.
Earthquake drill set for May 18
The City of Arlington will use the results from the citywide exercise for preparedness planning.
Stillaguamish Tribe deploys hydrolab in Port Susan
A solar-powered yellow buoy bobbing in the middle of Port Susan is collecting information that will help forecast migration conditions for Stillaguamish River chinook.
Filling the gap, adding technology to popular trail
Users of the Centennial Trail will benefit from two county-led initiatives.
Pay county clerk online through secure service
A new web system allows citizens to make Superior Court payments online at the Snohomish County Clerk's website.
Triage facility to open in Snohomish County
The new tool for evaluating mentally ill detainees is funded by a 2008 sales tax addendum.
Get info on aviation tech training
Everett Community College presents an aviation maintenance technician school information session at 2:30 p.m. on May 12.
Patients treated at Cascade Valley Hospital for possible hazardous material exposure
Wed, Apr 20, 2011
District boundary changes studied
The Snohomish County Council has appointed four members to serve on a committee to redraw district boundaries.
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