Articles published Thu, May 22, 2008
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County planners schedule meetings to discuss rural growth management
Snohomish County’s planning department will hold a series ofpublic meetings to gather input on its rural lands policies.
Marysville breaks ground on new high school
School district and cityofficials welcomed the public on Saturday, May 17, for the groundbreakingceremony at the planned campus for Marysville Getchell...
New BBQ restaurant blooming with great flavor, friendly service
Kenny Rogers is smokin’ in Marysville.
Students’ GeoBear replaced withstuffed camel by soldiers in Iraq
Earlier this year students inMelissa Molthan’s 6th grade class at Haller Middle School sent a stuffed bearto soldiers serving in Iraq as part of ...
Senior project fills ECEAP need
When Lakewood’s Early ChildhoodEducation and Assistance Program (ECEAP) realized that two of the children inthis year’s class would benefit...
MCEP helps foster creative thinkers, good citizens
Dear Editor: Readers who are not aware of the Marysville Cooperative Education Program(MCEP) will want to know what an exceptional opportunity this...
Help county define rural, thendemand change
Snohomish County’s community meeting in Arlington is intended to define ruralcharacter. It may seem silly, but the resulting definition will influence...
Graffiti education makes powerful point
Dear Editor: I'd like to publicly thank Marysville Police Commander Robb Lamoureux, Parksand Rec Director Jim Ballew, and City Council member Jeff...