Articles published Thu, Nov 6, 2008
Bob's Big Screen
Two unique comedic filmssharpened by inspired direction
Between the Covers
A mystery that will make you smile
New stage adds to fun of Savoyards' "Pirates"
Ahoy, mateys! Cast away those life preservers! They won’t beneeded to survive rough musical waters this month — not if you plot your courseto...
Village presents a heavenly treat
“Saint Heaven” is heaven-sent — a soulful new gospel-musicalnow raising the roof at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
Regional magazine features Gatherings
Gatherings in downtown Marysville was recognized as one ofthe area’s “Top Shops” in Seattle Magazine’s November issue.
Modify favorites for better nutrition
Try this lowfat four-cheese manicotti for a guilt-free favorite.
Money grows on trees in the shape of fall leaves
Deciduous leaves are one of the best soil builders around: little bronze and gold medallions in the world of black gold gardening.
Learn about gangster mentality at public forum
Marja Oosterwyk was glad tohear that the city is sponsoring a Gang Awareness forum for the public onThursday, November 6, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the...
Rock club to offer college scholarship
Local college students interested in earth sciences can apply for a new scholarship from the Marysville Rock and Gem Club.
OMCC begins holiday food and toy collections
Helping others in our local communities is even morecritical during the coming holiday season, and Operation Marysville CommunityChristmas (OMCC) is leading...
Community art show focuses on natural materials
The Ken Baxter Senior/CommunityCenter was transformed into an art gallery Saturday, November 1, for the secondannual Artistry in Nature exhibit. Incredible...
Taking a walk in Marysville
Marysville leaders renewed their commitment to building ahealthier community by sponsoring a recent walkability audit led by Dan Burden,a nationally-acclaimed...
Local businesses worry about graffiti, vandalism
A community forum, entitled "Understanding the Gangster Mentality," will help parents and others better recognize the impact of gangs on communities, families and individuals, along with the warning signs that suggest gang involvement.
Art in nature the theme of local exhibit
The Ken Baxter Senior/Community Center was transformed into an art gallery Saturday, November 1, for the second annual Artistry in Nature exhibit.
Bulletin Board of Community Events and Meetings
Pooled resources will help displaced workers
As the local economy continuesto slide downward and more workers face layoffs, private and publicorganizations have formed a partnership to simplify the...
Arlington farmers and developers discuss TDR
As development policies go, theTransfer of Development Rights (TDR) may be one of the more confusing andcumbersome ideas out there. But in its potential...
Tulalip self-help housing project is first in state on tribal lands
On a gray Thursday afternoon, aspecial dedication took place on tribal land just off Turk Road. Five families,their friends and tribal leaders joined officials...
Commercial flights topic of Chamber panel
Proponents of commercial airservice at Paine Field took the podium at a meeting of the Greater MarysvilleTulalip Chamber of Commerce, held October 31 at...
No mini-cities in Snohomish County--for now
The Snohomish County Councilvoted in favor of a six-month moratorium on fully-contained communities (FCCs)in rural areas at a meeting held October 29 in...
Making music inspires local teen
Local teen inspires with music
Emma started her musical journey at the age of nine when she got her first guitar.
Letters to the Editor
Thanks for support of Soldiers Angels