Articles published Thu, May 7, 2009
Head back to eggs for nutritional bonanza
Lip smacking snacking sure to whittle your waist
Cherish every new day
Mother's Day at the garden center
Volunteer to help disabled adults
Village Community Services is recruiting volunteers for its Board of Directors.
Arts education is local man's new "buzz"
Losing a job has helped one man refocus on his passion.
Teens find support, opportunities in Minority Achiever Program
More than 60 local teens regularly participate in the YMCA's Minority Achievers Program.
Scouts hit the trail for annual cleanup
Boy Scouts contributed 1,800 service hours in conjunction with the Centennial Trail Coalition on Saturday, May 2.
Team effort makes Shred-a-Thon a success
Arlington church holds plant sale
Join mothers and others for annual peace gathering
Snohomish County RESULTS sponsors the May 9 event to inspire and promote global peace.
Host a foreign student
Exchange students who will attend M-PHS next school year looking for host families.
Free classes offered at Marysville Goodwill
Students can learn valuable skills in English and computers.
Food bank volunteers enjoy celebration
Mike Berry was named Volunteer of the Year at the annual dinner.
Food bank qualifies for matching donations
Be flexible in the garden
Arlington woman wins dairy crown
Andrea Neff has been named the 2009-10 Snohomish County Dairy Ambassador.
Gymnasts to compete in Junior Olympics
Two girls from local troupe will travel to Norfolk, VA, for national competition.
Swine flu scare mild in Snohomish County
Snohomish County has several "probable" cases of swine flu, and the Snohomish Health District offers update links, online health tips and recorded information in English and Spanish.
Licensing office to open
Community celebrates Arlington grandfather's homecoming
After spending nearly three months in a Mexican prison, Ed Chrisman is finally back home.
Arlington breaks ground on new treatment plant
The project is expected to be completed in 2011, at a cost of $41 million.
Survey underway for improvements to 67th Avenue NE
Single mom earns statewide vocational award
Rachel Kalma has not had an easy life, but she's determined to meet her challenges head-on.
Playing to save their teacher's job
Layoff notices are being planned for some music teachers in the Marysville School District, and kids are fighting back.
Standardized testing offered for homeschoolers
Bridges to Learning will administer CATs for learning assessments.
M-P students are tops in business skills
Zach Paglia and Tyler Beach earned a trip to the national FBLA convention in the Business Presentation category.
Art Fair showcases student talent
100 days of hope.
Talk of the Town
Shred-a-Thon helps guard against identity theft
Letter to the Editor