Articles published Thu, Aug 28, 2008
Between the Covers
Bewitching tale captivates readers
Bob's Big Screen
Back-to-school choices on DVD
Weight loss guidance offered at Diet Center
The nation’s obesity problem isnot news. Most of us fight the Battle of the Bulge daily, mostly with mixedresults, as obesity rates in Snohomish ...
Legal program gives peace of mind
Insurance is based on theconcept of shared risk. We all pay a little bit each month, whether it’s to ourhealth, auto or home insurance agent, hoping...
Volunteer to help during United Way's annual event
United Way of Snohomish Countyis preparing for its annual volunteer event, Days of Caring, slated forSeptember 12 and 13 this year.
First Heritage Bank hits themark for Camp Fire
Camp Fire of Snohomish County leaders recently announced a $10,000 pledge byFirst Heritage Bank. The contribution tops off more than $2 million incommunity...
Show your true colors at dinner honoring vets
Veterans and their partners areinvited to enjoy a free meal accompanied by conversation and entertainmentSaturday, September 13, from 5 to 8 p.m., hosted...
Sunshine, good friends at annual picnic
Rare swifts to make Snohomish County visit
By Bob Sindelar
Seeing red: Fewer services, more fees for Snohomish County public health
The Snohomish County HealthBoard is considering budget cuts, personnel layoffs and fee increases to offseta projected shortfall in the Health District&...
Primary vote results offer few surprises
It seems unlikely that voterparticipation in the state’s first “top two” primary election will meetSecretary of State Sam Reed’...
County faces budget woes, hiring freeze
PUBLIC BUDGET FORUM
Marysville district gets contract agreement
Following a marathon meeting,the Marysville School District and the Marysville Education Association reacheda tentative three-yearagreement on Friday, ...
District's newest school to open September 2
When school begins September 2in Marysville, about 400 students in kindergarten through fifth grade will bewalking through the doors of a brand-new elementary...
Positive news is also a public service
The past few weeks have seen arash of startling headlines affecting north Snohomish County citizens.
Letter to the Editor
Take this opportunity to thank a veteran