Thu, Feb 12, 2009
Fire claims one life
A February 7 fire at the Twin Cedars Mobile Home Park was responsible for the death of an elderly Marysville man who was confined to a wheelchair.
Thu, Jan 29, 2009
Tulalip Tribes explore natural methods to reducepollution
By using the natural topography of the land and nativevegetation, the Tulalip Tribes' environmental scientists, engineers andplanners are creating low-impact...
Abandoned cars will attract fines
County exec proposes increased help for affordablehousing
Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon has asked theCounty Council to consider a proposal to raise the current limits on loanguarantees for agencies ...
Arlington welcomes new police chief
The City of Arlington has announced the hiring of Robert(Bob) Sullenberger as its new police chief. He will take over leadership of thedepartment March...
County seeks advocates for vulnerable adults
Volunteers are needed to help protect the rights ofvulnerable adults living in nursing homes, assisted-living facilities and adultfamily homes throughout...
Island Crossing challenge dropped
The City of Arlington is breathing a sigh of relief afterthe County Council voted against challenging a Superior Court decision thatrecognized the city's...
Presidential inauguration a shared moment
"It's about time that hope won," said WillowMoon of Everett, one of about 50 people who attended an Inaugural Breakfast atCedarcrest Restaurant...
Garbage pickup problems? Visit the Web site
Tulalip Tribes explore natural methods to reduce pollution
By using the natural topography of the land and native vegetation, the Tulalip Tribes' environmental scientists, engineers and planners are creating low-impactr solutions to existing and future drainage problems.
Mayor to present State of the City address at business event
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce invites the community to a breakfast meeting on January 30 to hear Mayor Dennis Kendall's "State of the City" address and learn firsthand how city government plans to keep our communities viable and healthy.
Save money and energy with PUD programs
National forests add to wilderness area, popular trail
The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest will add 1,200 acres in an acquisition that was completed in December.
City adds two prosecutors for municipal cases
Thu, Jan 15, 2009
E-cycle old computers for free
Until now, disposing of old computers, monitors and TVsets has been a challenging and expensive task. The electronic equipment, whichmay contain hazardous...
Noise ordinance concerns Marysville citizens
The Marysville City Council drew a larger than usual audience for its January 12 meeting. Concerned citizens were anxious to comment on a proposed ordinance...
Health issues motivate locals to opt for weight losssurgery
Advertisements for weight loss products and services tendto play the "look at me now" game. Giant pants, sexy dresses andbikinis all highlight...
Arlington reviews snow removal efforts, plansimprovements
Arlington city council members and citizens thanked cityemployees during the council's January 5 meeting for their efforts in removingsnow and ice during...
Snow, ice and floods cause area dangers
County corrections execs sworn into office
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