Articles published Wed, May 16, 2012
Tale of 'Borrowers' gets thoughtful telling
The scent of lilacs triggers remembrances
Spring's awakening also awakens long-ago memories.
Pacific Swordfish delights with a citrus freshness
Try this impressive dish for a special dinner party.
Annuals provide lots of bang for the buck
Tips for getting the most out of annuals and the least amount of bugs.
Arlington teen gets wish fulfilled
'Make a Wish Day' for Jake Crawford included a special breakfast and a shopping spree.
Kids ride free on Airport Appreciation Day
Sky-high flights gave youngsters a birds-eye view of the airport and surrounding areas.
Adult day care offers respite, compassion
Katie DeVore is a champion for transitional services that allow for aging in place.
Grab your trikes and race for bragging rights
The Strawberry Festival Trike Race is accepting applications from teams to participate in the exciting and hilarious event.
M-DOG hosts dog park work party
Help get the off-leash park ready for increased use and be part of the installation of a bridge for an Eagle Scout project on May 19.
Marysville Relay teams paint the town
A weekend of activities helps promote the Marysville-Tulalip Relay for Life.
Special athletes compete in spring sports festival
Marysville-Pilchuck High School hosted the Special Olympics' Northwest Regional Spring Sports Festival May 7.
Soroptimists celebrate women's contributions
The Marysville club's annual awards banquet recognized achievements in the community.
Memorial Day activities planned
Marysville and Arlington remember military sacrifices with ceremonies, parades.
Letter carriers deliver the goods
The annual Letter Carriers Food Drive, held May 12, resulted in nearly 25,000 pounds of food for the Marysville Food Bank.
Kids get their own day at Gleneagle
Gleneagle Golf Course hosts its first annual Kids' Day on Saturday, May 19, from 9 a.m. to dusk.
Film explores the importance of local food systems
The Arlington Farmers' Market sponsors a screening of "Fresh" as a fundraiser May 26.
Free vaccine outreach meant to protect babies
Low-cost whooping cough vaccine is available for adults as the epidemic continues in Snohomish County.
Estuary restoration will improve salmon habitat, offer flood protection
The Nature Conservancy owns the Port Susan Bay Preserve where the work will take place.
Xfinity comes to Safeway Plaza
Local cities earn healthy award
Both Marysville and Arlington have received a WellCity Award from the Association of Washington Cities.
Suspect's spork makes the case
DNA from the utensil connected a robbery suspect to a sweatshirt found at the scene of the crime.
Standardized testing for homeschool families
Sports camps gear up for spring and summer
The Tomahawk Booster Club offers a series of camps designed to strengthen skills.
LHS jazz choir wins festival
Lakewood FBLA members compete
Marysville Getchell student receives presidential award
Kais Ben Mariem was recognized with a gold-level volunteer service award from President Obama.
Bulldog Games combine fun, fitness, fundraising
The 10th Street School Booster Club plans a fitness-themed event May 19 to raise money for technology upgrades.
Staff changes for coming school year
Shifting needs for Arlington Public Schools leads to reassignments.
Eagles fall to Jackson in Wesco championship meet
Despite being the favorites in both men's and women's, the Eagles could not hold off the Timberwolves long distance runners.