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UPDATED | Marysville police investigating Thursday evening bank robbery
May 21 2010, 8:32 AM
MARYSVILLE - On Thursday evening at approximately 5:05 p.m. Marysville Police responded to investigate an armed robbery of the Union Bank located in the 1000 block of State Avenue. The bank was robbed by an unshaven white male approximately 30-45 years in age. The suspect was described as being approximately 5 feet, 11 inches tall with a medium build and sandy brown hair. The man was wearing a dark gray or black Carhart brand jacket with a blue hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.
Lakewood School District hires new administrator
May 27 2010, 7:36 AM
LAKEWOOD - The Lakewood School District will soon have a new director of instructional programs and technology.
Tita Mallory, who spent the last eight years as director of curriculum, instruction and assessment for the Aberdeen School District, begins her new position with the district July 1.
Mallory takes over for Cathy Anderegg, who has held the position in Lakewood for the past two years.
Tulalip Police searching for suspects in armed robbery at Seattle Premium Outlet Mall
May 27 2010, 12:08 PM
TULALIP - Tulalip Tribal Police are searching for two suspects in the armed robbery that took place at the Coach store at the Seattle Premium Outlets Mall at 7 a.m., Thursday, May 27.
According to Tulalip Tribal Police, two of the store's employees were preparing to open the store to customers when the bell rang for the delivery door at the back of the store.
It’s easier than we think
Jun 02 2010, 1:36 PM
Remember when you applied for your first job? Many of us had the experience of filling out an application and shakily handing it to the manager of a business, hoping to get called for an interview. And then after getting a job, going through the equally anxiety-inducing process of learning a slew of new tasks and trying to meet the expectations of a complete stranger!
Imagine what it’s like for adults with developmental conditions like Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy and autism—who may have all the necessary skills for employment, but are often overlooked because employers have preconceived notions about their on-the-job needs and limitations. What I’ve witnessed, however, is that building an inclusive workplace is easier than we think…
Arlington, Marysville students graduate EvCC
Jun 09 2010, 7:10 AM
EVERETT — A number of Arlington, Marysville and Lakewood residents will be among those graduating with honors from Everett Community College June 11.
The college’s commencement ceremony takes place at 7 p.m. at Comcast Arena, and seven local graduates have been named Everett Community College 2010 Outstanding Graduates.
Those 24 graduates include Beau Baker (engineering), Clyde Downing (physics), Susan Fulfs (business technology), Natali Gonzalez (cosmetology) and Connor Woodward (chemistry) from Marysville and Sharil Kallstrom (nursing) and Jongseo Park (mathematics) from Arlington.
Lakewood teacher to take part in space camp
Jun 09 2010, 10:51 AM
LAKEWOOD — Space camp isn’t just for students.
Cascade Conference announces spring’s best
Jun 11 2010, 11:35 AM
Lakewood coach Larry Delaney was recognized for the work he did with the Cougars on the diamond, as he was voted 2010 Cascade Conference’s baseball coach of the year by his peers.
Tulalip Lions Club, PC Recycle of Arlington collect 'e-waste'
Jun 16 2010, 6:56 AM
TULALIP — The Tulalip Lions Club is teaming up with PC Recycle of Arlington to help area techies dispose of their old or outdated electronics in an environmentally safe way.
Both groups will be collecting "e-waste" at the northeast corner of the Tulalip Home Depot lot, located at 9310 34th Ave NE., June 25-26 from noon to 4 p.m.
Income tax not needed
Jun 16 2010, 10:16 AM
This fall Washington voters will likely again be asked to pass a state income tax. Tax proponents want to impose a tax of 5 percent on people with yearly incomes over $200,000 and on couples with incomes over $400,000. The rate would rise to 9 percent at the $500,000 and $1 million levels.
UPDATE | Supreme Court rules against Arlington group's effort to keep Ref. 71 signatures secret
Jun 26 2010, 12:30 PM
ARLINGTON — Despite contention from an Arlington-based group, the Supreme Court has ruled that the names on signed referendum petitions cannot be kept anonymous.