Articles published Wed, Sep 23, 2009
Enjoy dinner theater at Pacific Rim
Last Leaf Productions offers interactive murder mysteries monthly at the local supper club.
Strong characters resonate in "Steel Magnolias"
The women of Chinquapin Parish stick together through life's joys and sorrows in the production at the Historic Everett Theatre.
Author delves into southern society and secrets
Review: "The Help"
Scratch the surface to find two interesting movies
Reviews: "Observe and Report" and "Away We Go"
Current state of economy explored in financial broadcast
View presentation at Greg Jensen's Marysville office October 13.
Add fish for health and convenience
Try Victoria's whitefish tacos for a delicious treat.
Discipline with a gentle spirit
Grocery bags and hidden bones
It's time to pitch those summer baskets
Luncheon highlights domestic abuse issues
Denise Brown is scheduled to speak at the "Hope Within" Luncheon September 30.
Best-Wilson vows exchanged
Community heroes to be honored
Nominations are being accepted for the Red Cross Real Heroes breakfast.
Be prepared in case of an emergency with CERT training
Maryfest has new office
Following the blaze that made the caboose unusable, the Strawberry Festival committee has moved to a new home.
Free family dance classes offered this fall
Camp Fire USA encourages families to learn to swing together.
Arlington fire department receives personnel grant
The fire department invites local businesses and residents to visit the temporary station, located at 18824 Smokey Point Blvd. #104 in Arlington, on Monday, October 5, from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
2010 county budget proposal shows no cuts in services or staffing
County Executive Aaron Reardon submitted a $201 million general fund budget to the County Council on September 18.
Stay and play in Marysville
Long-time Marysville businesses provide year-round fun for local families.
School, county council candidates face off
A morning political forum hosted by the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce focused on Snohomish County Council and Marysville School Board races.
Tribal carvings will welcome guests to Tulalip cultural museum
The works of artists James Madison and Joe Gobin will take center stage at the new museum.
Thriftway now IGA Market Fresh
City scratches winter parade
Marysville officials need to save the costs incurred by the Electric Lights Parade.
Meet local lawmakers at education forum
The Marysville School District hosts a Legislator's Forum on Education Thursday, Sept. 24, at A&T High School.
Marysville custodians teach kids about team work with new book
"The Happy Custodian" was written by Marysville School District employees, based on an idea by Frank Rivas.
Arlington school welcomes returning teachers
Two former teachers at Arlington Christian School are once again in the classroom.
Clean hands the lesson for Arlington elementary students
Third-graders from Arlington's Presidents Elementary got a visible lesson on proper hand-washing techniques to help curb the spread of germs.
Athletics get a boost from Arlington manufacturer
Process Solutions steps up to fund high school athletic fee for students.
Koster's record insubstantial
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