Articles published Wed, Oct 7, 2009
Local girl cast in "colorful" show
Marysville 9-year-old is in the 5th Avenue Theatre's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."
Satiric humor helps tell "super" story
Review: "Captain Freedom"
Tulalip author plans book signing
Meet local author J.R. Nakken at the BookWorks October 9 and 10.
Be prepared for stinkers, but look for the gems
Review: "Year One"
Bid on original works to support public art
The Arlington Arts Council will hold its annual auction October 17.
Go fresh for the best-tasting pumpkin soup
Preparing nutritionally dense Sugar Pumpkins is a snap.
Water your darn yard, please
Don't wait for Mother Nature to do the work for you. It might be too late for your plants by then!
Second phase of Centennial Trail to start soon
Tuition help for Coast Guard families
Columbia College has announced a program to offset tuition costs for Coast Guard spouses.
Rockhounds invited to annual show
The Marysville Rock and Gem Club hosts its annual show October 10 and 11 at Totem Middle School.
Learn about winter gardens
Arlington Legion honored for community service
The Arlington City Council recognized the local post during National American Legion Month.
Tulalip offices ready to serve
Transitioning from crowded hallways to wide-open spaces, Tulalip employees are settling into the new administration building.
School board candidates offer experience, passion
Both Chris Nation and Heather Thweatt have dedicated years in service to Marysville schools.
Council race about much more than rural growth
John Koster is facing challenger Ellen Hiatt Watson for the District 1 position on Snohomish County Council.
Tribal canoes find safe resting place at Tulalip Hibulb Museum
The two cedar canoes, gifts to Snohomish Chief William Shelton, will be part of the Hibulb Museum's display.
Swine flu vaccine available mid-month
Snohomish County health officials expect a shipment to arrive in mid-October.
Low-income housing planned in Marysville
A grant from HUD will help fund the multi-family development on Ash and Beach Avenue.
Marysville council races the focus of chamber forum
Only two City Council seats are being contested this election cycle, and the four candidates will appear at an October 9 forum.
County offers new round of lodging-tax tourism grants
Smokey Point fire station open
Station 48 is located in a temporary location, but ready to serve its citizens.
Welcome sign proposals open to local artists
The Arlington Arts Council is seeking ideas for signage that will greet visitors at the five major entrances into town.
Education the focus of legislative forum
Six state legislators took part in a panel focusing on educational funding needs hosted by the Marysville School District.
High achiever practices endurance
Daneen Natac is a senior at Arlington High School.
The public purpose of our schools
Tessandore for Superior Court
Letters to the Editor
Koster has helped with road improvements
Letter to the Editor