Articles published Wed, May 30, 2012
Season-ending musical pulls out all the stops
"Anything Goes" ships out at the Historic Everett Theatre with the Northwest Savoyards, June 8-17, 2012.
Real-life action more compelling than dialogue
"Act of Valor" would have worked better as a documentary with actors' narration.
Rich Huebner named sports sales manager at Snohomish County Sports Commission
Veterans have always borne the cost
Memorial Day is about more than outdoor barbecues and camping trips.
Mini Elephant Ears bring the fun of county fairs to dessert
Add Strawberry and Torn Mint Salad, homemade rhubarb jam and vanilla ice cream for a fresh springtime treat.
Deadheading rhodies and a couple of groovy new plants
Practical tips to keep your garden at its best all year long.
Perennials, bulbs and a Bolivian begonia
Camp Fire Club continues graffiti work
Relay goes purple in Marysville
Teams registered for the Marysville-Tulalip Relay for Life spent May 19 holding fundraisers all over town.
Classic car show in Arlington
The Downtown Show 'n Shine is presented by the Downtown Arlington Business Association.
Tiny facets create big impressions
See the work of faceter Vern Tovrea and other collectors and hobbyists at the Everett Rock and Gem Club's annual show, June 2 and 3.
Healthy fun offered at Challenge Day
Join in the free fun at the 4th Annual Healthy Communities Challenge Day June 2.
Reading mentor receives mayor's award
Mayor Jon Nehring honored Linda Jackman as April's Volunteer of the Month for her work teaching young children to read their way toward success.
Remembering fallen heroes on Memorial Day
The Marysville Cemetery was filled with visitors for events hosted by the American Legion Post #178.
Free health screenings offered
The Tulalip Lions Club will be in the Home Depot parking lot Friday, June 1.
Expansion plans at Cedar Grove put on hold
The company's growth was deemed to have a "significant impact," requiring a full environmental impact study.
Kudos for online permitting project
Anne Miller named Employee of the Month for guiding the online building permits and database project.
Charges filed in death of policeman's daughter
Derek Carlile, a Marysville police officer, was charged with second-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of his 7-year-old daughter.
BNSF to sign three of four agreements for 67th Avenue project
The Arlington council discusses and rejects - for now - a sales tax increase to fund public safety.
ELL Pen Pals celebrate literary success
The Marysville program, funded by the Everett Elks Club, pairs English language learners in elementary and middle school with adult reading mentors from the community.
Haddock congratulated on award
The Lakewood School District superintendent was named Most Effective Administrator by WASA.
Lakewood announces top grads
Four students will share valedictorian and salutatorian honors at the 2012 commencement ceremony.
Marysville seniors excel in school, life
The Students of the Month were selected for their involvement in school and their community.
Friends and community rally to help paralyzed M-P student Nic Trout
The 16-year-old was seriously injured in a dirt bike accident in March.
Students take aim at leukemia
Post Middle School students held a messy fundraiser to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Two Eagles picked for East-West All-Star game
Bo Brummell and Colton Hordyk will represent Arlington High School in the state's all-star football game.
AHS graduates headed to success
Three Arlington seniors have been accepted into prestigious military academies while others received academic recognition.
Drowning is quick and quiet
Snohomish County life jacket loaner cabinets are now available
Hatcheries are necessary tools
Guest Editorial - Being Frank