Articles published Thu, Apr 24, 2008
Bob's Big Screen
Check out these neglected classics
Baseball creates legends both big and small
Even if you’re not a huge fanof baseball, you should know about Jackie Robinson. Yes, he’s the guy who brokethe color barrier in Major League...
Between the Covers
Free spirits indulge in "Chocolat"
Group looks for a home for community performances
A grassroots organization in Marysville is taking steps to establish a performance venue for local artists.
Campy murder musical livens Everett stage
It’s midnight in the murdermansion and the campy characters are droppin’ like flies in “Something’sAfoot,” a madcap-mystery-musical...
Three cheers for Fuzion Ignite!
These days, being a cheerleaderis more than a popularity contest. Competitive cheerleading squads train hard,participate in rigorous competitions and combine...
Reservation lines open at Tulalip resort
The official opening of theTulalip Resort Hotel and Spa is slated for August of this year, and many datesare already booked to capacity. The hotel began...
Arlington tourism gets tax boost
The City of Arlington recentlyhanded out more than $110,000 in grants benefiting efforts to promote tourismand economic development.
Body shop focused on granting a wish
Steve Velez, owner of AccurateLines Collision and Custom Paint in Smokey Point, is proud of the quality workproduced by his highly-trained staff.
Backers hope to build new library
A quick tour of the existingArlington library makes the need very clear. Even in mid-afternoon on aweekday, all the computer stations are filled, every...
Gregoire visits Snohomish County for campaign kickoff
Supporters of GovernorChristine Gregoire packed the Labor Temple in Everett for her April 10appearance, waving signs and chanting “Four more years...
New principals at Marysvilleschools
Allen Creek Elementary andShoultes Elementary will soon be under new leadership, following the recentselection of principals for those schools.
"Our Town" connects Arlington students to town's heritage
When Scott Moberly, ArlingtonHigh School’s drama teacher, first considered mounting a production of “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder...
Lakewood High names graduation honorees
M-PHS musical fairy tale "Into the Woods" carries lessons about truth and responsibility
Marysville-Pilchuck High SchoolDrama Club presents “Into the Woods,” the award-winning musical by StephenSondheim and James Lapine, in the ...
Intern program offers hands-on experience
For many students, deciding on acareer path is similar to choosing a snack from a vending machine. They simplyconsider all of the options behind the glass...
Honor grads announced for Marysville-Pilchuck
Isn't peace a conservative value?
While I was standing on thecorner of 4th and State, taking photos of the folks who’d shown up for aplanned peace rally, I heard calls of support ...
Boeing employees' gifts reach many