Articles published Tue, May 1, 2012
Mariachi band teaches heritage, pride, music
Youngsters as well as adults participate in the local community band.
Walking tour of Arlington art
See and learn about the Arlington Arts Council's collection of public art on a leisurely walk along the Centennial Trail in downtown Arlington.
Return of BBC series is cause for celebration
The brilliant "Sherlock" offers three 90-minute episodes beginning May 6.
Use versatile polenta for tasty side dish
French Fried Herbed Polenta can be served as an appetizer, a snack, or a delicious side dish.
Tomatoes, peonies and candy tuft
Tips on greenhouse-like cages, staking, and a perennial hit.
MHS tea raises money for museum
The Marysville Historical Society's annual tea drew hundreds of supporters.
Volunteers make a clean sweep
The clean-up effort in Marysville spread throughout the town with three weekends of work.
Doggie daycare a haven for four-legged friends
Camp Ruffhouse is a happy but structured facility for dogs' daily care or overnight boarding.
Elementary students improve creek water with planting
Project SeaWolf organized an opportunity for fourth and fifth graders to plant nearly 1,500 trees near a sensitive Marysville creek area.
Marysville letter carriers collect for food bank
The annual Letter Carriers Food Drive will take place Saturday, May 12.
Free tax prep results in more than $500,000 in refunds
Volunteers at United Way's Marysville free tax preparation site helped return more than $500K to our community.
Family fun at the Arlington Airport
Enjoy free airplane rides, tractor rides, and helicopter tours during Airport Appreciation Day Saturday, May 5.
Marysville, Tribes tackle composting giant
The City of Marysville has joined forces with the Tulalip Tribes to fight the proposed expansion of Cedar Grove Composting's Smith Island facility.
Marysville celebrity gets key to the city
Michael Jefferson, a Marysville native and a contestant on "Survivor," was given the key to the city at the April 23 City Council meeting.
Tulalip swap meet opens in May
Family atmosphere to set the tone for the second season.
Arrest made in Arlington burglaries
The Arlington Police Department arrested a 32-year-old Marysville man on April 26.
Arlington Depot opens
Officials attended a ribbon-cutting to officially open the Centennial Trail visitors center and public restroom facility in Legion Park on April 28.
Arlington considers adjustments to gambling zone
The owners of the Buzz Inn and Aces Casino are hoping to switch business locations.
Ancient Ukrainian curse provides laughs
Students at Arts & Tech High School present three performances of "Fools," a Neil Simon play.
Arlington track team has big goals
Coach Judd Hunter fully expects both the boys' and girls' teams to be successful at State.
Youngsters learn about money skills
United Way of Snohomish County sponsored Financial Literacy Reading Days, with activities at Liberty Elementary School.
Local teams prepare for district tournaments
With post-season play looming, a look at the teams' chances and probable opponents.
School's video gets high scores
The one-take production number featured more than 1,500 students participating in the Lip Dub contest.
Students determined to succeed
The April Students of the Month have shown commitment to school and community.
M-P women's tennis team hopes for strong finish
The girls are looking forward to post-season play.
AHS students earn scholarships
Junior Achievement Scholarship Awards were presented by Masonic Lodge No. 129.
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