Business

Cabela’s store opens in Tulalip April 19

TULALIP — The Cabela's chain of hunting, fishing and outdoor supplies stores will open the doors to its new Tulalip store at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 19. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:45 a.m. Opening day will be part of a weekend-long celebration featuring outdoor celebrities, special guests, giveaways and more.

  • Mar 7, 2012

Out of the Blue Aviation closes its doors

A six-year career in aviation came to a close with a Saturday afternoon potluck in an Arlington Airport hangar, and Cathy Mighell was joined by plenty of friends and colleagues who wished her well, even as they wished that she wasn’t saying farewell.

Tulalip Dressbarn commemorates 10th anniversary of ‘SOS’ for working women

TULALIP — The Tulalip Dressbarn is re-teaming with international non-profit organization "Dress For Success" to give disadvantaged women an "SOS" to get them employed.

  • Feb 21, 2012

Tulalip Tribal Board chair delivers State of the Tribes address on Feb. 24

TULALIP — Tulalip Tribal Board Chair Mel Sheldon Jr. will give this year's State of the Tulalip Tribes address during the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce Business Before Hours monthly breakfast starting at 7 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 24.

  • Feb 21, 2012

United Way of Snohomish County opens free tax preparation site in Marysville

MARYSVILLE — Last year, 2,231 Snohomish County working families had their taxes prepared for free at a United Way Tax Preparation Site, saving an estimated $368,000 in tax preparation fees. Approximately 84 percent of them received an average refund of $2,189, for a total of more than $4.1 million, including $1.1 million in Earned Income Tax Credits. It's one of the reasons why Ron Foss of Marysville will be volunteering again to help people prepare their basic tax returns.

  • Feb 1, 2012

Tulalip resort hires general manager, national sales manager for hotel

TULALIP — The Tulalip Resort Casino has appointed Samuel B. Askew as general manager of their "four-diamond" luxury hotel.

  • Jan 26, 2012

Seattle Premium Outlets adding parking garage

Those who have stopped by the Seattle Premium Outlets on the Tulalip Reservation since the fall of last year might have noticed a new development to the west of the outlet center.

  • Jan 25, 2012

Marysville Spring Craft Show already seeking vendors

MARYSVILLE — Even though the city of Marysville's Parks and Recreation Department isn't presenting its Spring Craft Show until April 14 of this year, they're already accepting applications for the juried craft show, and looking for artists, crafters and high-quality vendors to take part in this event.

  • Jan 5, 2012

‘Money Power’ course set for Jan. 25 in Marysville community center

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Parks and Recreation Department is offering a unique course called "Money Power." Through this course, you can learn to change the way you think about money and the kind of choices you make.

  • Jan 4, 2012

Roy Robinson presents donation to food bank

The Marysville Community Food Bank received two gifts for the holidays from Roy Robinson Chevrolet on Dec. 1.

Marysville merchants offer ‘Passport to Christmas’ Dec. 3

MARYSVILLE — The Downtown Marysville Merchants Association is organizing "A Passport to Christmas" on Saturday Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Nov 29, 2011

Small businesses play key role in communities

While many holiday shoppers are already gearing up for “Black Friday,” the Arlington and Marysville communities are asking that they keep “Small Business Saturday” in mind as well on Nov. 26.

Cascade Companion Care reopens in Smokey Point

Barely more than seven months after opening in downtown Arlington, Cascade Companion Care has reopened in Smokey Point to better serve the community.

Salon de Porres opens in Quil Ceda Village

Beth Hauck and Melissa Gilbertson both graduated from Marysville-Pilchuck High School in 1993, and they’ve since teamed up to benefit their hometown in an eye-catching way.

Tulalip Tribes open gas station

TULALIP — The Marine Drive Chevron fueling station celebrated its soft opening on the early morning of Nov. 3, as Tulalip Tribal members took part in a blessing ceremony and reflected on the progress that this business venture represents for their people. “It’s a symbol of how our Tribes are growing and feeding the economy, not just of our base, but on both sides of the freeway,” said Tulalip Tribal Vice Chair Glen Gobin. “It seems to have sprung up overnight. It took 90 days, from start to finish. It’s amazing how everyone came together, working long hours in heavy traffic, to make this happen. That’s great teamwork.”

Veterans’ Job and Resource Fair set for Nov. 8 at Armed Forces Reserve Center

MARYSVILLE — The Fleet & Family Support Program and WorkSource of Snohomish County will present the Snohomish County Regional Veterans' Job and Resource Fair on Tuesday, Nov. 8. The Armed Forces Reserve Center, located at 13610 40th Ave. NE in Marysville, will host the event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., during which veterans will be able meet local employers, find resources and more.

  • Nov 1, 2011

Sound Publishing purchases Olympic View Publishing

Sequim-based Olympic View Publishing Company announced Nov. 1 the sale of the company to Sound Publishing, a community newspaper group based in Poulsbo, Wash.

  • Nov 1, 2011

Marysville Tobacco Joes lets customers roll their own cigarettes to save money

MARYSVILLE — Michael Thorn opened Marysville Tobacco Joes two months ago with an eye toward helping his customers cut down on the amount of their money that literally goes up in smoke. "We all know the price of purchasing smokes is through the roof," said Thorn, the owner of Tobacco Joes on the corner of State Avenue and Fifth Street. "You can save your money by rolling your own smokes, using our roll-your-own filling station."

Pilchuck Hot Rod Academy opens in Smokey Point

No matter how much Dave Grinnell struggled with his studies growing up, he could always find solace in his enthusiasm for automobiles. When Grinnell was told that he could no longer pursue his previous career in construction due to the wear and tear that it had put on his body, he thought back to his youthful love of classic cars and souped-up rigs, and realized that he had an opportunity to help out the kids of today who face scholastic challenges similar to those he overcame.

McNeal joins staff of Globe, Times

Jake McNeal is a newcomer to Marysville and Arlington, but in many ways his new hometowns remind him of the ones where he grew up in Oregon. “It’s a lot like Beaverton,” said McNeal, who recently stepped in as the new reporter for The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times. “It’s very spacious with a lot of smaller businesses. I’m used to this kind of community. It’s comfortable.”