Articles published Wed, Sep 9, 2009
Art show features harvest theme
Theories about DNA propel interesting novel
Review: "The Visibles"
No new blockbusters on DVD? Check out gems you missed
Reviews: "Saxondale: The Complete First Two Seasons" and "Pootie Tang"
Tired of the financial roller coaster? Investment firm offers alternatives
A Marysville firm offers financial planning that's especially geared for mature investors.
Campaign to promote local spending kicks off
Four newspapers to collaborate on the 6-month promotion.
Who knew? Buttermilk is good and good for you
The recipe for Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes uses standard pantry ingredients.
Making fitness a family affair
Fun family activities can lead to better health.
Important birthdays all around
A local centenarian shares a birthday month with an energetic group.
Fall is for planting-don't be a slacker
Flowers, vegetables, even grass benefit from some attention this time of year.
Ballet stars keep dance students on their toes
Tatiana Liabina and Roman Zinoyev, who left Russia under difficult circumstances, will teach traditional techniques to P2 students.
Rotary presents award to Marysville member
Deserving local women earn Soroptimists' recognition
Marysville's Soroptimists present several awards and scholarships to deserving local women.
Tulalip Days debut features traditional games, food and entertainment
Celebrating 100-year milestone
Merrill Gardens resident Lena Morgan keeps her mind sharp with puzzles.
Refuge for north county teens open in Arlington
The Cocoon House provides a warm bed, counseling and support services for troubled teenagers and their families.
Green thumbs welcome at garden club events
The Arlington Garden Club offers several
Arlington celebrates Community Day Sept. 19
The second annual event features a farmers market, free entertainment, the Bite of Arlington and historical walking tours.
Snohomish County renews homeless voucher program
Funding for the housing program comes from document recording fees.
Forum to highlight races for Snohomish County Council, Marysville School Board
Candidates for Snohomish County Council and Marysville School Board will answer questions at a September 18 forum hosted by the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce.
Stay warm and dry, and still have fun this fall
As the weather cools down, Arlington businesses have just the ticket for indoor fun.
Fire at Cascade Elementary damages portable
The damage is estimated at approximately $250,000.
Suspect in seven armed robberies caught in Arlington
A report by an alert witness helped police apprehend the man before he could strike again.
PTSA volunteers lead cleanup day
Parents and students at Marysville's Allen Creek Elementary spent a recent Saturday sprucing up the school grounds in preparation for the school year.
School zone speeders the target of patrols
A new school year begins
Local districts are facing budget challenges for the 2009-2010 year.