Articles published Thu, Jul 3, 2008
Between the Covers
Clever novel explores life through a dog's voice
Bob's Big Screen
Real American hero joins two not-so-real characters on DVD
Outdoor concerts offer free entertainment
Local music lovers can enjoyfree concerts all summer long, with music ranging from classic rock to reggae,jazz and even a Beatles tribute band.
Local woman advocates for women's reproductive rights
As a high school student,Courtney Bell had what she described as a “defining moment,” one that helpeddetermine the course of her professional...
Volunteer helps the terminallyill
Volunteers are the engine thatdrive most service organizations, and Providence Hospice and Home Care ofSnohomish County recently recognized one of its ...
Disaster readiness the focus ofArlington block walk
Donning yellow vests and armedwith clipboards, members of the Downtown Arlington Business Association (DABA)visited fellow business owners in the downtown...
Safety is top concern for city, fire officials
Food Bank seeking help to furnish, equip new facility
With grants and donationpledges in hand to cover most of the construction costs for the Marysville FoodBank’s new facility, staffers are asking for...
Summer festivals flying high
Summer has finally arrived in the Pacific Northwest, and over the next few weeks residents in north Snohomish County will be treated to a dizzying selection...
World Series destination forlocal softball team
Later this month thirteenpre-teen girls and their families will be packing for a trip to Florida’sDisney World, but it will be a working vacation...
Low-key opening for luxury hotel
Tulalip Resort president KenKettler was excited and maybe just a little nervous before the new luxury hotelbegan receiving guests on June 20.
Letter to the Editor
Odor in Marysville