Articles published Wed, May 5, 2010
'Enter Laughing' is sweet, funny and nostalgic
The broad comedy looks at life in the 1930s through Carl Reiner's eyes.
Avalanche disaster sets book's tone
Review: "Whiter Than Snow"
Escapist fare offered by two recent releases
Reviews: "Nine" and "The Men Who Stare at Goats"
American roots music at the Byrnes Center
Marley's Ghost will perform Sunday, May 16, in a benefit for the Arlington Arts Council.
Find affordable fashion in downtown Marysville
Trusty Threads is hip yet comfortable for local shoppers.
Voters choose Angel of the Winds again
KING5's "Best of Western Washington" contest puts the Arlington casino on top
Make breakfast for Mom
A Breakfast Skillet is the perfect Mother's Day treat.
The impact of grandparents
Love and stability are the greatest gifts of grandparents.
Treasures hold memories and more than a little dust
Mementos connect us to the past - maybe too much.
Whatever happened to spring?
April's wet, cool weather has delayed some spring gardening chores.
Author's pets tell a story of friendship
Jaxon the cat and Smidgun the dog are featured in local writer's book.
Gospel quartet performs in Marysville
The King's Heralds will be at Marysville's Seventh-Day Adventist Church on May 13.
Arlington women work together for weight loss success
The Eagle Mommas lost 3.15 percent of the team weight at the April weigh-in.
Dog park gets new trees
M-PHS grad earns dairy crown
Emily Neff was named Dairy Ambassador at annual banquet.
Letter carriers collect food
The annual food drive is planned for May 8.
Community pitches in for clean-up day
All over town, volunteers and businesses joined forces to responsibly get rid of unwanted items.
Health, nutrition and fitness vendors sought for Healthy Communities event
The June 5 event will take place at Allen Creek Elementary.
Talent show applications due
Auditions are set for May 11 and 12 for the Strawberry Festival event.
Bike safety month focuses on helmet use
Bike helmets could prevent 45,000 head injuries to kids.
Kiwanis concert helps provide vocational scholarships
Community musicians will help raise money for the Kenneth J. Ploeger Memorial Scholarship fund.
In case of emergency: City tests mobile water system
Marysville Public Works and emergency officials conducted an emergency drill to test the city's mobile water provision system.
Allen Creek receives Earth Day facelift
Plantings, displays were all part of the AQWA event.
Summer publication schedule changes
Register for free job skills training
Marysville Goodwill Job Training and Education Center offers free classes for job-seekers beginning May 24.
Rookie paramedics get new training tool
A grant from the Medic One Foundation helped pay for a life support manikin.
M-P students combine art with academics
Jared Rumsey and Kelli Erdmann share a love of music and dance.
Eagle Creek students study the environment
EcoFest featured activities and demonstrations ranging from solar power to salmon life cycles.
Training pays off for ROTC cadets
The Arlington teams competed in state championship.
AHS jazz bands welcome spring
"Swing Into Spring" fundraiser is planned for May 7 and 8.
$4.5 million earmarked for school improvements
Marysville's Totem Middle School and Tulalip Elementary were awarded School Improvement Grants.
Disappointment the word at Marysville schools
A reduced bond measure of $32 million failed to gain supermajority approval by voters.
Keep Trafton Alive
Guest Editorial: Calling all concerned citizens