Articles published Wed, Aug 12, 2009
Novel set in late summer hits just the right tone
Review: "Labor Day"
Comedian Steve Martin tours as a musician
The "wild and crazy guy" will perform at Benaroya Hall in promotion of his new album "The Crow."
Country artist performs in Arlington
Trent Tomlinson's September 18 show is presented by the Arlington Arts Council.
Artists' group gathers to network at theatre
A nonprofit organization that launched a Facebook page for Snohomish County artists hosts a face-to-face meeting.
Young actors shine in "Joseph"
Village Theatre's KIDSTAGE program presents "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" August 14-23.
Perfect summer comedy for guys and gals
Review of "I Love You, Man"; remembering John Hughes
Portrait studio employs new media to generate sales
Clear Image has embraced social networking and other innovative tools for marketing.
Unique supper club restaurant celebrates grand opening
Fresh garden veggies add flavor to side dish recipe
Recipe for Prosciutto-wrapped Zucchini
How to have a beach body beyond the summer
Roundabouts and petunias
Evenings on the porch swing bring back memories.
Vines can cover a multitude of sins
Dog wash event supports local animal charities
Wash those dirty dogs at the Scrub-a-Mutt event Saturday, August 22, at Strawberry Fields.
Summer Jubilee entertains crowd, provides services
The annual event moved to the Tulalip Amphitheatre this year, providing school supplies, free haircuts and entertainment for thousands.
Street artists share their passion
Marysville Library hosts Write It, a street artists' festival, as part of their summer teen events.
Church prepares for growth
The Marysville Church of Christ breaks ground on new auditorium.
Couple celebrates 71 years of marriage
John and Angie Crawley have been active members of the community throughout their lives.
Cub Scouts play and learn during summer day camp
Creative camp beats the heat
New guides available for Snohomish County
Find out about the local arts scene and hiking opportunities with free publications.
Marysville fest celebrates local artisans, growers
The 26th annual event takes over downtown August 14 and 15.
Saddle up for Western Days at Goodwill
The annual event takes place August 14 and 15 at the Marysville store.
YMCA plans luau for S.P.I.N. Dance
Library cuts salaries to reduce levy request
Sno-Isle senior staff members will see a reduction in salaries for 2010.
Panhandling a visible sign of economic problems
City laws set limits on roadside solicitations.
Homeless housing programs target Marysville, north county
Three projects will share more than $2 million to increase housing units for low-income and homeless families and individuals.
Island County shoreline added to conservation area
Conserving the Livingston Bay property will help restore Puget Sound.
Crime-fighting dog retires
Radar has served honorably in the Marysville Police Department and will be missed by his team.
Healthy help for the uninsured a click away
Community Health Center (CHC) plays a central role in the health and wellbeing of Snohomish County residents.
Fireworks enforcement still a challenge
Marysville adopted a new ordinance to help combat fireworks offenses earlier this year.
Armed robbery suspect sought in Arlington
Stilly River testing planned by city
Contaminates in the city's water supply may be from pharmaceutical products.
New head cop in Tulalip
Former police chief Jay Goss returns to lead the tribal police department.
Arlington to add trail on 188th Street
New path will connect with Centennial Trail
Paving to begin on State Ave. project
Widening of the one-mile stretch of road between 136th and 152nd is nearing completion.
Social networking or wasting time?
Talk of the Town
Keep our rivers clean
Letters to the Editor
Church offers help to needy
Letters to the Editor