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A totem pole that was displayed in Legion Park from 1976 until the late 1990s has been restored by Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer member Marty Rausch and is now displayed in the garden at the west end of the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum. The pole was removed from Legion Park because it was so seriously rotted that it was unsafe for public display. After Raush discovered that it was stashed in a pile of timber he spent more than a year working to restore it to its original form.
ARLINGTON To avoid long lines at the post office this week, consider using the shipping servcies of the new, Copy, Mail & More in the recently expanded Arlington Pharmacy, at 526 N. West Avenue.
Holly Kemp loads piles of coats from Whidbey Bank in Smokey Point to her car for delivery to several different services for the less fortunate
SEATTLE As North County winds down at the end of the year, theres stll plenty of fun and enriching events in Seattle, for that special treat.
Mary Walker of Arlington won a print by Helen Lueken.
Stanwood A five-year resident of Merrill Gardens at Stanwood, artist Laura Christianson has received the honor of having her artwork featured on Merrill Gardens corporate holiday greeting cards.
MOUNT VERNON In its continuing effort to make high quality, classical vocal programming available to all audiences and individuals, regardless of their age, income, or demographic background, Skagit Opera offers one last gasp of special Christmas music this weekend with the amazing brass ensemble, Brass Menagerie and Amahl and the Night Visitors.
Seattle Seattle Symphonys Masterpiece series presents a program for string lovers and more featuring Dvoraks Serenade for Strings, Barbers Cello Concerto and Elgars Enigma Variations. Cellist Mark Kosower will make his Seattle Symphony debut in the demanding role of soloist in Barbers Cello Concerto. Performances will be led by Music Director Gerard Schwarz on Thursday, Jan. 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 6, at 8 p.m.
WARM BEACH ?Laura Goheen, of Arlington, and the acoustic band, Living the Dream, will be performing at the Lights of Christmas Joyland Concert Hall Thursday, Dec. 21.
MARYSVILLE The local business community is supporting this citys efforts to clamp down on vandalism and graffiti, with one important caveat: they want officials to rely on voluntary efforts to restrict the access to the tools of the trade.
10 Years Ago 1997
MARYSVILLE The body of a Marysville woman was found in a patch of blackberry bushes next to the Burlington Northern-Santa Fe railroad tracks on Jan. 31 and police quickly labeled the circumstances suspicious.
MARYSVILLE If knowledge is power the Marysville School District is getting ready to turn up the voltage this Saturday.
TULALIP The online learning project developed by the Tulalip Tribes and the Marysville School District is being beta-tested at two elementary schools on the Tulalip Indian Reservation, but members of both the district and Tribal boards stress that when it is complete it will be a resource for all schools.
Tiger Scouts of Den 3, Pack 28, of Granite Falls toured the offices of The Marysville Globe Feb
MARYSVILLE City leaders backed off from a plan to dramatically increase traffic impact fees for new buildings in Marysville, opting to charge $6,300 per single family residence and $2,000 per new commercial peak hour trips generated.
TULALIP The Marysville School District got a late but welcome start last weekend to a new campus that will house three different schools on one combined campus next to Quil Ceda Elementary School on 27th Avenue NE.
MARYSVILLE The citys first Earth Walk let people see a side of the city that most never do and scores of folks crowded the citys sewage treatment plant on the shores of Ebey Slough during the open house on April 21.
MARYSVILLE Nature lovers, fish lovers and one sewer muskrat made a splash of sorts last Saturday for the this citys first Earth Walk Adventure.
OKinsella wins PUD art