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MARYSVILLE Police say a Fourth of July house fire may not be arson as originally suspected but the homes owner and some neighbors still think the blaze wasnt an accident.
Reggy Renslo of Marysville, won a new all terrain vehicle last week from a local tire store. She entered a sweepstakes at the State Avenue Les Schwab Store when she got her brakes replaced and filled out an entry form. She got to hop on and ride off last week when manager Ken Shankles handed her the keys. I cant believe I won, Renslo said. Im originally from Idaho. My whole family was jealous. Pictured here from left are Renslo, John Peterson of Pierres Polaris in Kenmore and Shankles. The company gave away 36 of the ATVs during a six-week period.
10 Years Ago 1997
MARYSVILLE Getting small is a tall order, and the Marysville School District wants to know what parents think of a plan to split Marysville-Pilchuck High School into as many as seven or eight smaller learning communities. Each new school would be about 400 students and would concentrate on a career path or a learning theme.
Tulalip Elementary is currently working to form a new partnership that will bring students to school on Saturdays.
10- years ago 1996
TULALIP The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin digging up an old chemical munitions storage site on the Tulalip Indian Reservation next week and should be finished with the $4.5 million project by February of 2007.
10 years ago 1996
TULALIP A local woman was tangled in a bureaucratic fix recently when her husband died and she was faced with huge cremation surcharges because the corpse exceeded weight standards.
M-PHS juniors, from left, Michael Running and Colin Kreiger man the TV3 information Wednesday, Nov
by Jane Crawford
MARYSVILLE What if you could bring the shopping mall to your house and avoid the hassle?
MARYSVILLE Some people might think 119 years of marriage is punishment enough, but two local lovebirds with that much experience went back to the well one more time last month.
From January to December, artists from Marysville and Arlington, between and beyond, work in their studios and on their kitchen tables trying to capture the beauty they see in the world
Now that the holidays are over, take down your decorations and start the New Year safely, advises the National Fire Protection Association and Underwriters Laboratories Inc., the not-for-profit product safety testing organization.
Yes, once again the most common New Years Resolution is to lose weight. And while trimming that waistline may seem a solo job, the truth is that family and friends can have an enormous influence on the success or failure of someones attempt at weight loss.
Community events from car shows and museum exhibits to dance and various forms of exercise, fun runs, disc golf and special celebrations all make life in north Snohomish county extra special.
High school drama students and community theater advocates provide live entertainment right here near home.
Perhaps the most abundant of creativity in our communities lies in the realm of music:
From left Jacob Martin, Abi Swanson, Lyle Forde and Tom Almi celebrate another successful year at the Pacific Vocal Jazz Festival at Bellevue Community College Jan. 26, after Martin and Swanson were chosen as Outstanding Soloists for their jazz singing. Last years AHS soloist winners who are now studying at BCC, Mia Gonzales and John Tezak, offered special performances at the festival. The entire Jazzmine choir won third place out of 15 outstanding choirs from across Washington state. Jazzmine is now preparing its annual dinner show, which is set for Feb. 23, 24 and March 2, 3 and 4 at the AHS commons. Tickets are available at Flowers By George and Arlington Pharmacy.