Articles published Wed, Apr 7, 2010
Farm life on display at library
Nigerian horrors seen through the eyes of a young girl
Review: "Little Bee"
Clooney and Hoffman are memorable in new releases
Reviews: "Up in the Air" and "Pirate Radio"
Bank president elected to regional board
Foundation welcomes new board members
Local leaders will serve on the Greater Everett Community Foundation Board of Directors.
Low-calorie stevia can work in baked goods
The natural ingredient is 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar.
Memories, in life and in song
A long-awaited trip to see "Cats" awakens other memories of past birthdays.
Dandelions may be good medicine, but they're bad weeds
Give a dandelion an inch and it will take a yard.
Tribal leader shares his story in a new book
Stan Jones has authored "Our Way," a personal memoir that also traces the modern history of the Tulalip Tribes.
Tillmans celebrate 50th anniversary
Share your passion
Instructors are needed for programs at the KBSCC.
Help beautify Marshall Elementary on Serve Day
Join neighbors and church members on Saturday, April 10, for a beautification project.
Serious issues draw parents, community resources together
Sparse turnout for a Town Hall meeting to discuss underage drinking and prescription drug abuse was disappointing.
Put play in your day at the YMCA
Healthy Kids Day is planned for Saturday, April 17, at the Marysville YMCA.
Marysville food bank receives recognition
The local food bank's "Giving Gardens" program was recognized for providing more fresh produce to the hungry.
Six compete for dairy princess title
The Snohomish County Dairy Women will choose the association's representative April 17.
Challenge Air fundraiser for special needs kids
The summertime event teaches children "the sky's the limit."
Now's the time to get involved with Strawberry Festival
Volunteer, host a Market booth, march in the Parade, or show your talent.
Volunteering is a walk on the beach
Train to become a beach naturalist at April classes.
Arlington community provides cold weather shelter
Arts and educational funding offered
The Greater Everett Community Foundation is accepting applications for the Anne & Mary fund.
New bridge coming for Ebey Slough
Construction for the $47 million fixed-span bridge is set to begin in June.
Comment on Forest Service projects
City offers residents free fill dirt, topsoil
Transit agency eliminates Sunday service
Beginning June 13, Community Transit will no longer offer service on Sundays or major holidays.
47th Avenue closure starts April 12
Motorists are advised of the full closure of 47th Avenue from 7th to Grove Street for roadway repairs.
Where are the parents?
Talk of the Town
Democratic process not followed
Letter to the Editor
An open letter to Nancy Pelosi
Letter to the Editor