Articles published Wed, Feb 10, 2010
Bluegrass music comes indoors in February
The Feb. 19 Hometown Hootenanny features the exciting bluegrass quartet Northern Departure.
Everett Symphony builds leadership advisory board
The troubled organization, which recently cancelled the remainder of the current concert season, is seeking outside leadership for help.
Three movies that are worth the rental price
Reviews: "A Serious Man," "Moon" and "Black Dynamite"
Students shine in "Children of Eden" at Village
Village Theatre KIDSTAGE TeenSelect produces "Children of Eden" February 12-21 at Everett Performing Arts Center in downtown Everett.
Fact or fiction? Robot's history is mingled with ours
Review: "Boilerplate: History's Mechanical Marvel"
Bike shop's community work earns award
Marysville Kiwanis presented an Appreciation Award to Sound Harley-Davidson.
Pizza place earns kudos from health district
Major League Pizza in Arlington received a Snohomish Health District Excellence Award.
Stealthy cooking can lead to healthy eating
Recipe for Tasty Oat Granola
Eating for weight loss
Eat well to promote fat loss and better health.
Is this darkness all because of the cows?
Daylight Savings Time vs Standard Time
Learn to prune like a pro
Sunnyside Nursery's pruning class is set for Saturday, Feb. 13.
What are your "harbingers of spring"?
Spring bulbs are only one of the things we look forward to in the spring.
Report on your city's news for the Outlook
Grand Marshals for festival announced
Jack and Nancy Bell will lead the Strawberry Festival parade.
Marysville student receives civics award
Marisa Warren was presented her award Jan. 25 in Olympia by Rep. Kirk Pearson.
Summer fun awaits at Camp Killoqua
Camp Killoqua is registering youth for summer day and resident camp sessions, plus spring break day camp.
Boys Scouts turning 100 - the organization, that is
Boy Scouts of America celebrates its 100th anniversary throughout 2010.
Mayor delivers optimism in State of the City address
Mayor Dennis Kendall spoke to the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce on Jan. 29.
House approves amendment in wake of police slayings
Freshman congressman and Seattle police officer Mike Hope of Lake Stevens co-sponsored the Lakewood Police Officers Memorial Act to change bail processes.
Arlington gains riverfront park land
The city has approved the purchase of nearly 150 acres, part of the Graafstra dairy farm, for $4 million.
Economic resource fair offers free services
Get help Feb. 11, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Tulalip Conference Center.
Culture fair at middle school celebrates diversity
The event, partially sponsored by Marysville Kids Matter, featured foods from around the world.
Music students chosen for state performance
Three students from 10th Street Middle School will be part of the Junior All-State Band's performance on February 13.
State of Arlington schools addressed by superintendent
Kristine McDuffy presented an update on the district's achievements and challenges at a Jan. 28 meeting.
New traffic signals improve safety near schools
Better late than never: county misses end of summer mark, but road improvements are finally complete.
Is buying a lottery ticket a good plan for retirement?
Talk of the Town
Shopper's honesty spreads
Letter to the Editor