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Running Start Information Session Feb. 9 at EvCC
Jan 21 2010, 10:06 AM
EVERETT — High school students and their parents can learn about Everett Community College*s Running Start program at an information
Rep. Barbara Bailey to hold tele-town hall meeting Tuesday, Feb. 2
Jan 22 2010, 9:29 AM
Rep. Barbara Bailey is inviting residents of the 10th District to participate in her tele-town hall meeting Tuesday, Feb. 2. The community conversation will begin at 7 p.m. and last an hour.
Construction date set for Arlington Walmart
Jan 22 2010, 2:18 PM
ARLINGTON — Construction is set to begin on a new Walmart on Monday, Jan. 25, according to city officials.
Kristin Banfield, city of Arlington spokeswoman, confirmed Wednesday, Jan. 20, that crews will begin construction at the site, located on 172nd Street NE (SR 531).
Banfield said in an e-mail that the estimated completion date for the Walmart is Sept. 20.
Haggen Food & Pharmacy offering free prenatal vitamins, fluoride supplements
Jan 28 2010, 7:24 AM
Prenatal vitamins, which contribute to the health of expectant mothers and their babies, are being offered for free at Haggen Food & Pharmacy stores.
Haggen stores provide free prenatal vitamins and fluoride supplements to anyone who has prescriptions for them. No insurance plan is required. The prenatal vitamins usually cost $8-$19 per month. The fluoride supplements, recommended for children living in households without a fluoridated water supply, retail for approximately $6 per month.
King County judge rules state Legislature not equipped to fund basic ed
Feb 04 2010, 3:18 PM
SEATTLE — Washington is not equipped to fund basic education under the state's constitution, ruled a King County Superior Court judge Thursday, Feb. 4.
In his opinion, Judge John Erlick said that the state has made progress toward its constitutional obligation, but funding for education is "not stable, and is not dependable."
Erlick said that local school districts must rely on other revenue sources, adding that the Legislature has continued to underfund basic education.
Q13's Most Wanted features Marysville murder cold case
Feb 26 2010, 11:53 AM
MARYSVILLE — "Washington's Most Wanted," will be airing a segment, at 10:30 p.m., Feb. 26 and 27 on Q13 FOX, about the unsolved 1998 homicide of Marysville's Jennifer Brinkman.
Jennifer lived at 1909 Grove St. with her father, Michael Brinkman, who found her dead in their home on March 21, 1998. She was 19 years old.
Michael Brinkman and his girlfriend had left to go to Disneyland March 13, but Jennifer had decided to stay at home. This was the first time Jennifer had stayed at home alone for any substantial length of time. Michael reluctantly agreed to let her stay, considering it a test of her maturity. When Michael returned home March 21, he found Jennifer lying on the floor of her bedroom, and ran out into the street to flag down a Marysville Police officer.
Marysville Police investigators arrest Arlington man for voyeurism/child pornography
Mar 05 2010, 4:52 AM
MARYSVILLE - Marysville detectives arrested a 26-year-old Arlington resident, March 4 following the completion of an investigation into the allegations the man was committing acts of voyeurism in a Marysville home he was renting a room in.
Police were originally called to the Marysville residence on Jan. 19, 2010 when family members of the residence found a hidden video recorder in a bathroom. When confronted by the family, the man admitted to having set up the video camera and recording images. He fled the residence before police arrived.
Washington state's 'Cash for Appliances' program begins
Mar 16 2010, 12:00 PM
WASHINGTON — In an effort to get residents to upgrade to more energy efficient appliances, the Washington state Cash for Appliances rebate program began on Monday, March 15.
Quilceda Watershed residents, volunteers invited to reflect on restoration
Mar 18 2010, 11:53 AM
MARYSVILLE — Anyone interested in the salmon and water quality of Quilceda Creek is invited to attend a March 25 Quilceda Watershed Forum at the Marysville School District Service Center.
Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest CEO Chris Charbonneau Receives National Ruth Green Award
Mar 23 2010, 2:10 PM
SEATTLE - On Thursday, March 18, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) presented the Ruth Green Award to Christine R. Charbonneau, President/CEO of Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest (PPGNW). The award is given to a Planned Parenthood affiliate chief executive chosen by her or his peers for outstanding leadership with board volunteers in planning, public affairs, and fundraising. It is one of the highest honors given to Planned Parenthood Affiliate CEOs for their work in carrying out the mission of Planned Parenthood. The award was presented at PPFA's National Conference Gala held in metropolitan Washington, DC, and celebrated by over 1,000 Planned Parenthood leaders who work every day to improve the health and lives of women across the nation.
"Chris Charbonneau is a true visionary among health care providers," said PPFA President Cecile Richards. "Whether she is leading a merger or creating a business model to ensure low-cost contraceptives for hundreds of thousands American women, Chris has an uncanny ability to innovate and create stability for her organization at the same time. Chris's leadership has been instrumental in putting Planned Parenthood in a better position to deliver more health care to more people in more places."