Articles published Thu, Jun 4, 2009
Enjoy the traditions of "Fiddler"
NW Savoyards present "Fiddler on the Roof" June 5-21 at the Historic Everett Theatre.
Local filmmakers earn entry into Seattle festival
"Bad Kung Fu" is a low-budget feature film that's generating buzz for its Snohomish Ccounty movie makers.
Eastwood brings depth and humanity to unlikable character
Reviews: "Gran Torino" and "Unforgiven"
Collection of letters brings a town to life
Review: "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society"
Tulalip rap artist to perform at Quil Ceda Creek Casino
See Komplex Kai June 11 at the Q.
Massage therapy soothes, strengthens and renews
A local therapist creates a "walk in the woods" for her clients as she delivers a unique treatment option.
Local treatment center receives national recognition
Cascade Valley's Wound Care Center earns praise as a Center of Distinction.
Local bank makes giving a priority
Pharmacy opens in Gateway Center
"Mattress Queen" shares business insights with Chamber members
Sunny Kobe Cook, who founded Sleep Country USA, offered relevant advice for weathering the economy.
Add some zest with 30-minute meals
Try Chicken Fajita Quesadillas by Heather James.
Make Mother Nature your gym partner
Celebrating your child with praise
Don't forget to recognize your child's successes and challenges with honest praise.
A stitch in time saves nine
The Whistling Gardener gives tips for garden maintenance.
Firefighters treated to breakfast during EMS Week
Arlington Fire Department's Women's Auxiliary provided breakfast to three shifts for three days.
Fundraiser to help Marysville heart transplant patient
The staff at Fanny's Restaurant are hosting a fundraiser dinner and silent auction for Julie Draper on Thursday, June 11.
Summer adventures at Camp Killoqua
Local businesses dish up healthy dinner for community event
Let's Dish! and local food suppliers serving Healthy Communities dinner to benefit Marysville Food Bank.
Honoring the spirit of volunteerism
Nominate an individual or company for a Spirit Award, presented by United Way.
Splash into summer at the Y
YMCA of Snohomish County is offering Y-Splash week June 22-26.
Community events at Merrill Gardens
Arson dog joins county fire marshal's office
Topper the Labrador can sniff out accelerants used in arsons and other fires.
Marysville rowers succeed at regatta
The first-year club will send several team members to the national championships in Ohio.
Grants available for rural homeowners
Funding awarded to homelessness projects
$1.5 million dedicated to ending homelessness in Snohomish County.
Watch those sprinklers this summer
Summer watering restrictions are in effect in Marysville.
Deadline for candidate filing June 5
175 local offices up for election in 2009.
Practice makes perfect when it comes to an emergency
The City of Arlington partners with schools and hospitals for a drill June 5.
Street crews begin annual weed spraying program
Products used to tackle weeds are EPA-approved.
AHS cadets earn high marks from ROTC
The Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps at Arlington High School is committed to community outreach and citizenship.
Budget chief goes through the numbers
A conversation with Marysville School District's Finance Director, Jim Baker, outlined the process and the tough decisions affecting the upcoming school year.
Foreign students need local homes
Host a foreign exchange student and make friends worldwide.
Hole-in-one just part of student's success
Self-directed learners find support, guidance
Students find success in Marysville School District's partnership program for alternative learning.
Marysville Secondary Schools: Designed for Student Success
Will technology usher in the age of illiteracy?
Talk of the Town