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UPDATE | Dan Anderson found alive
May 18 2011, 8:13 PM
Shortly before 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, one of the ground teams reported finding missing hiker Dan Anderson in the Miner's Creek area, according to Rebecca Hover of the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
Lakewood girls golf claims conference title
May 18 2011, 2:24 PM
MARYSVILLE — The Lakewood High School girls golf team captured their first Cascade Conference Championship, May 9, when they won the league tournament by besting last year’s champions King’s by one stroke and scoring enough points to jump from third place in the league standings to first place.
Coury delivers ‘State of the Station’
May 25 2011, 8:47 AM
MARYSVILLE — The base commander of Naval Station Everett laughingly warned the members of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce that they “live in interesting times,” which he admitted he wasn’t sure whether was a curse or not.
‘Cruzin for a Cure’ supports American Cancer Society
May 25 2011, 8:49 AM
SMOKEY POINT — In spite of gray skies and a bit of drizzle, the second annual “Cruzin for a Cure” car and bike show beat out last year’s registration numbers.
Food security begins at home
May 27 2011, 7:54 AM
Preserving the Harvest, a hands-on, how-to food preservation series teaches how to can, freeze, and dry local foods.
Juicy ripe peaches, snapping fresh green beans, sweet raspberry jam, and crunchy dill pickles – nothing tastes better than home-preserved foods. In addition, a well-stocked pantry is a big step towards ensuring your family always has plenty of healthy food available. However, safely preserving fruits, vegetables, and meats requires a bit of knowledge, some time set aside, and a small investment in equipment.
You can learn how to safely preserve fresh foods in a series of Saturday workshops at WSU Snohomish County Extension in Everett. WSU Master Food Preserver Susy Hymas will share her knowledge and passion for preserving food in five workshops: June 4, June 18, July 9, July 23, and August 6. Please bring a brown bag lunch.
Cities, Tulalip Tribes join for economic summit
Jun 01 2011, 1:27 PM
TULALIP — “There’s a lot of good information and good vibrations here today,” said Mel Sheldon Jr., chair of the Tulalip Tribes, to the crowd in the Tulalip Resort’s Orca Ballroom. “The goal and desire that we all share in common is to better our communities and our county.”
New art gallery opens on Arlington's Olympic Avenue
Jun 02 2011, 9:47 AM
ARLINGTON — After opening to the public on June 1, the Fogdog Gallery will conduct its official grand opening on June 4.
The new art gallery will share a space with the Petite Sweet Bakery, located at 318 N. Olympic Ave. in downtown Arlington.
VCS Friendship Walk returns to downtown Arlington
Jun 02 2011, 7:22 AM
ARLINGTON — Walking teams and individual walkers are invited to join Village Community Services’ fourth annual “Friendship Walk.”
The walk will start at the Legion Park gazebo, located at 114 N. Olympic Ave. in Arlington, at 1 p.m., on June 25. Registration for the walk opens at 11 a.m. that same day.
Powder Puff football raises funds for Marysville, Lakewood youth teams
Jun 02 2011, 7:28 AM
MARYSVILLE — Marysville and Lakewood moms are going head-to-head to help their kids stay in the game.
The Marysville “Tomamamas” and the Lakewood “Cougar Mamas” are already gearing up for a Powder Puff football game on June 17, starting at 7 p.m. at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, to raise funds for the Marysville Youth Football League and the Lakewood Youth Football Athletic Association.
“The economy hasn’t been improving, and the simple truth is that some families are having to choose between extracurricular activities versus basic necessities like groceries, gas and medical care,” said Dawn Taylor, a spokesperson for the event. “We hope this can bring our two communities together for a great event that families can attend without spending a ton of money, but which will benefit so many others.”
Trujillo joins the staff of Marysville Globe, Arlington Times
Jun 07 2011, 8:21 AM
MARYSVILLE — Chris Trujillo’s childhood passion for sports not only led him into a career in writing as an adult, but has also contributed to his curiosity about the world around him.