MARYSVILLE — In the month since they've opened, the new offices of the Salvation Army in Marysville have already picked up the local branch's traditional practices of Wednesday night dinners, serving an average of 40 people each. It also looks forward to offering music for young people every Friday night.
MARYSVILLE — As soon as the signal was given, the tables full of jewelry, purses, scarves, shoes, belts, hats, gloves, makeup and other accessories were thronged by more than 70 attendees of "Swapping for a Cause" Oct. 9.
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Special Education PTSA's Family Fun & Info Fair returns to Cedarcrest Middle School from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8, and space is filling up fast.
ARLINGTON — Oso resident Tim Ward was one of those hit hardest by the March 22 slide.
TULALIP — The United Way's annual Spirit of Snohomish County breakfast Oct. 1 recognized not only the continued impact of the March 22 State Route 530 slide, but also the resilient ways in which the communities of Arlington, Oso and Darrington have responded to the disaster.
OSO — When the stretch of State Route 530 that had been wiped out by the March 22 slide was reopened Sept. 27, the north side of the road was lined with 43 freshly planted cedar trees, one for each life lost in the disaster.