Wed, Nov 4, 2009
Coffee drink lands AHS student in hot water
A student was suspended after allegations were made about the contents of her peppermint mocha.
Sat, Oct 31, 2009
Vaccine supply doesn't stretch far enough for swine flu clinics
Residents not already in line by 10 a.m. Saturday were told not to come to clinics in Snohomish County
Sun, Oct 25, 2009
Arlington pot operation raided
Officers received an anonymous tip, leading to the discovery of a marijuana growing operation.
Wed, Oct 21, 2009
Outlook wins publishing awards
Arlington voters face a tough choice in city council race
Two councilmembers, Steve Baker and Chris Raezer, are unopposed in their re-election bid and Scott Solla faces an absentee challenger.
Marysville City Council: Newcomers challenge the status quo
Two seats occupied by Jon Nehring and Jeff Vaughan are not contested, but incumbents Donna Wright and Jeff Seibert face challengers.
Newest tribal enterprise opens
The Chevron station at 116th St. NE will serve patrons heading to Seattle Premium Outlets and other retail destinations.
Clinic sites set to vaccinate H1N1 priority groups
Supplies are slow to arrive but public immunizations are set to begin Oct. 31, with more dates scheduled in November and December.
New Walmart store on track
The mega-retailer will be located on 172nd Street, east of Safeway Plaza.
Nearing completion: State Avenue project at the finish line
Businesses who have been impacted by the year-long road improvement project are breathing a sigh of relief.
Smokey Point businesses plan a party
Wed, Oct 7, 2009
Tulalip offices ready to serve
Transitioning from crowded hallways to wide-open spaces, Tulalip employees are settling into the new administration building.
School board candidates offer experience, passion
Both Chris Nation and Heather Thweatt have dedicated years in service to Marysville schools.
Council race about much more than rural growth
John Koster is facing challenger Ellen Hiatt Watson for the District 1 position on Snohomish County Council.
Tribal canoes find safe resting place at Tulalip Hibulb Museum
The two cedar canoes, gifts to Snohomish Chief William Shelton, will be part of the Hibulb Museum's display.
Swine flu vaccine available mid-month
Snohomish County health officials expect a shipment to arrive in mid-October.
Low-income housing planned in Marysville
A grant from HUD will help fund the multi-family development on Ash and Beach Avenue.
Marysville council races the focus of chamber forum
Only two City Council seats are being contested this election cycle, and the four candidates will appear at an October 9 forum.
County offers new round of lodging-tax tourism grants
Smokey Point fire station open
Station 48 is located in a temporary location, but ready to serve its citizens.
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