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Tulalip-area teachers will be able to take advantage of a special shopping event being held just for them at the Dressbarn in Tulalip. From April 15-18, the national women's apparel retail chain is hosting a Teacher "Very Indulgent Party" to express its appreciation for female teachers who shape the youth of their communities. The Tulalip Dressbarn's Teacher VIP takes place April 18. Each Dressbarn store is hosting this event on only one of these four days.
Reuben Watkins got into hairstyling because he wanted to improve people's moods, and he's opened the Kings and Queens Barber and Beauty Shop in Quil Ceda Village to fill what he sees as an untapped need in the area.
On March 10, 10-year-old Emily Norman suffered injuries that sent her to Harborview Medical Center. On March 20, friends and neighbors of the Norman family staged a fundraiser for Emily that drew more than $2,500.
The 2010 legislative session will be the subject of the next Business Before Hours meeting conducted by the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce. The Tulalip Resort Casino will host the event, March 26 from 7-9 a.m., to discuss what lies ahead for local businesses as a result of local, state and federal government budget cuts.
"I'll finally be able to sit down and read a book!" laughed Mary Burns, owner of the BookWorks on Third Street, about her impending retirement.
The Tulalip Dressbarn is teaming up with its local "Dress for Success" affiliate to give disadvantaged women an "SOS" to get into the workforce.
Rotarians, teachers and fellow students teamed up to sell Marysville-Pilchuck High School students on the real-world benefits of academic achievement Feb. 18.
The Marysville Goodwill Job Training and Education Center, located at 9315 State Ave., will register people March 1-2 for free classes, in their eight-week session from March 15 through May 6.
When the building space next to the Clear Image Photography and Portrait Studio opened up, Clear Image owner Daniel Jolly decided it was the perfect opportunity for him to take a few chances at once.
It was by no means the first Rotary Business Week at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, but School for the Entrepreneur Principal Dave Rose noted that this year’s event, which took place Feb. 1-3, had a bit of a different setup.
After considering the option of running the Cedarcrest Restaurant itself, the city of Marysville has instead chosen to lease it to a new manager, who will not be a city employee.
Body Craft Inc. Collision Center of Marysville was recognized as a 2009 AutocheX Premier Achiever for “outstanding customer service and satisfaction” at the eighth annual AutocheX Premier Achiever Awards last year.
Marysville's LeeAnn Schmidt-Kleinsasser loves fashion and wants to provide inexpensive, quality clothes for the whole family.
Approximately six years and numerous delays later, construction crews on Monday, Jan. 25, began building a new Walmart in Smokey Point.
The Snohomish County Public Utility District has already signed up approximately 1,200 of its customers for its “Energy Challenge,” and for two Marysville businesses that are taking part in the program, it’s proving surprisingly simple.
Customers of the Marysville branch of Horizon Bank, located at 3617 88th St. NE, found themselves banking with Washington Federal Jan. 9.
The construction work to create a new continuous roadway between Interstate 5 and State Route 9 begins Jan. 22.
The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce is still offering scholarships to Everett Community College's SuperHost Training Seminars, which are normally priced $99 apiece.
“While other businesses are letting employees go, we’re hiring more,” said Gary Morris, RV sales manager of the Roy Robinson RV Center in Marysville.