Thu, Mar 26, 2009
Retirement seminar planned for April 9
County may create "rainy day" fund
Ordinance might help mitigate effects of economic downpours.
County announces more spending cuts
Employees will be asked to take unpaid days off in response to revenue shortfalls.
Warm Beach duplex approvals overturned
Months after a code "loophole" was said to allow the construction of 27 duplexes, a Superior Court judge denied the exception.
Family-owned restaurant fights to have lease renewed
The Cedarcrest Restaurant may be operated by the City of Marysville beginning in April.
Thu, Mar 12, 2009
Bring in those garbage cans
Leaving cans at the curb could result in a $50 redelivery fee.
Admissions tax considered by county
The Snohomish County Council is proposing an admissions surcharge to help provide funding for maintenance and improvements for county venues.
Free job training program begins March 16
The Marysville Goodwill is enrolling people for free job training, including classes in English and computer skills, for those with significant barriers to employment.
Learn landscape tips in WSU Extension courses
Crisis training simulation set in Stanwood
Emergency responders will test their crisis-handling skills on March 17.
Video highlights of Marysville featured on Web
In a partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and CGI Communications, the videos highlighting community features are available on the city's Web site.
Utility rates going up in Arlington
Water and sewer rates to increase by 8.6 percent in April.
County may inherit Wenberg State Park
The popular park on Lake Goodwin may be closed due to state budget cuts, unless the county agrees to operate it.
Lake Stevens parents testify for Eryk's Law
Benefit planned for Arlington man detained in Mexican jail
Ed Chrisman, 88, was held by Mexican authorities for almost two months without a trial.
Peiffle named Arlington Citizen of Year
The local attorney was recognized at the Chamber's annual fundraising auction.
NCO finds a new home, adds to staff
The community newspaper announces its move to more spacious quarters, plus the welcome addition of a sales rep and new columnists.
Marysville fire announces promotions
Thu, Feb 26, 2009
Early education gets boost from lawmakers and law enforcement
Economic stimulus package includes increased funding for early childhood education programs.
Tribes contract to thin 78 acres of forest land
Pre-commercial thinning contributes to the overall health of the forests and their long-term viability.
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