Articles published Thu, Mar 26, 2009
Fresh, local and organic produce provides tasty ingredients
Garden Treasures in Arlington offers sustainably-grown produce in a convenient delivered package.
Tulalip Lions Club launches cell phone recycling
Cookies for the troops
Dogs boogie in Arlington
M-PHS students named festival royalty
Shelby Hintze, Rebecca Thomas and Azlinn Morales are crowned at the annual Strawberry Festival royalty pageant.
Community can help support special athletes
Marysville's Special Olympics program is faced with reduced state funding for purchase of equipment and uniforms.
Marysville Parks offers family fun for spring
Let the Parks department take you to the ballgame
Mariners ticket packages include transportation from Marysville and back.
Federal programs help safeguard your money
Hunt for eggs and bargains on Third Street
Downtown merchants have planned a free family event on Saturday, April 4, that includes Easter egg hunts, entertainment and discounts.
Young drivers invited to collision awareness event
4-1-1 Festival a community success
Local woman organizes walk to raise awareness of movement disorders
Sharon Standish lives with two neurological disorders that affect her physical abilities, but that didn't stop her from putting together a Walk-a-Thon to promote awareness and a cure for Dystonia.
Tribal members re-elect leaders at General Council meeting
With 770 votes cast on March 14, Marie Zackuse and Marlin Fryberg Jr. were returned to their seats on the Tulalips' Board of Directors.
Earth Hour slated for March 28
Touted as a "global vote" for the Earth, promoters are urging everyone to turn off their lights for an hour at 8:30 p.m. (local time) on March 28.
Bajio Mexican Grill opens at Lakewood Crossing
Unique Mexican cuisine featured at franchised restaurant.
Federal funds coming to Snohomish PUD for energy research
Nearly $1 million will be split between geothermal and tidal energy research in the Puget Sound area.
New fiber optic system to be installed in county
Improvements to infrastructure will lead to "smart grid" technology.
Emergency responders train with Snohomish County sheriffs
Retirement seminar planned for April 9
County may create "rainy day" fund
Ordinance might help mitigate effects of economic downpours.
County announces more spending cuts
Employees will be asked to take unpaid days off in response to revenue shortfalls.
Warm Beach duplex approvals overturned
Months after a code "loophole" was said to allow the construction of 27 duplexes, a Superior Court judge denied the exception.
Family-owned restaurant fights to have lease renewed
The Cedarcrest Restaurant may be operated by the City of Marysville beginning in April.
Leadership focus of M-P students
The March students of the month are Gabriel Gribler and Jessica Jeffrey.
Early kindergarten registration in progress
Arlington parents can register their kindergarten students through March 27 for the 2009-2010 school year.
4th grader wins awards for photography work
Arlington High bands perform April 9
The final full band concert for this year's Arlington High School student musicians will take place Thursday, April 9 at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center.