Articles published Wed, Apr 21, 2010
Happy trails at the April Hootenanny
"Songs of the American Cowboy" is the theme for the April 30 show.
Half-price tickets for "Enchanted April"
The well-reviewed show runs through April 25 at the Historic Everett Theatre.
Poetry contest winners at library
Poetry Slam in Marysville
The April 24 event features eleven Northwest poets.
Short stories add to characters' depth
Review: "Olive Kitteridge"
See a late-blooming Oscar winner and one we lost too soon
Reviews: "Crazy Heart," "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus"
Panko coating adds to chicken's yum factor
Parmesan-Crusted Chicken Breasts are easy, healthy and delicious.
Thanks to our mothers, women have more reasons to sing
Exploring talents, whether through careers or education, is a gift from the previous generations.
Deciduous azaleas deserve a place in your garden
Don't let the lanky shape fool you at the nursery.
Soroptimists honor outstanding women
Awards were presented to four women at the service club's annual banquet.
Spring tea honors women's vote movement
The tea and auction is a fundraiser for the Marysville Historical Society.
Preserving the past in Snohomish County
The county's heritage preservation program is taking applications for project funding.
Young adults can join police program
Arlington Police Department is reviving the Explorer program for youth ages 14 through 21.
Providence Regional to hold NICU reunion
Reconnect with physicians, nurses and hospital staff during the March of Dimes walk April 24.
Learn about Love Israel family
CRI at Edmonds Community College will offer a course about the enigmatic Arlington leader and his extended family.
Artists and crafters invited for HomeGrown
Applications are available now for the Marysville street fair, set for mid-August.
Community clean-up part of Marysville shredding event
Get rid of sensitive documents safely during free "Clean Sweep."
Arlington fire chief announces retirement
Jim Rankin has worked in the fire service for more than 50 years.
Union calls for strike; Solid Waste services still open
Snohomish County's transfer stations and drop-box sites remain open.
Housing rehab program moves to Marysville
The Snohomish County Housing Authority agency will continue its focus on health and safety upgrades for local homeowners.
Volunteer for Arlington boards
The City has vacancies on the Parks Commission and Library Board.
Snohomish PUD to launch smart grid project
A grant from the ARRA will mean $15.8 million to create a more reliable electrical system.
Marysville named a Tree City
The Arbor Day Foundation has recognized the city for its commitment to urban forestry.
Swedish looks for cutest baby
Swedish Medical Center is celebrating its 100th year in the baby business.
Building a robot is a team effort
Two dozen Arlington High School students worked for six weeks to build a robot for the FIRST competition in Seattle.
AHS tackles the riotous play "Noises Off"
The challenging revolving set is just one of the reasons to go see this student production of Michael Frayn's hilarious comedy.
"Diary" at Grace Academy
Marysville students plant trees for Earth Day
Students from Quil Ceda Elementary planted 2,000 trees on the campus perimeter.
Vote on reduced bond by April 27
The Marysville School District has lowered its bond request from $78 million to $32 million.
Budget discussions planned
Marysville School District will hold meetings to share 2010-2011 budget work.
Critical conversations about our schools
Talk of the Town: Community members are engaging in discussions about the purpose of public education.