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MARYSVILLE Local churches are banding together Aug. 12 for the annual back to school classic that draws thousands of people to Asbery Field.
MARYSVILLE Workers are driving more than 250 concrete piles 60 feet into the soil at the Grove Elementary School construction site to make the new, two-story building safer in earthquakes.
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MARYSVILLE Workers are half finished with the first major improvements to the Jennings Memorial Park entry way in several years, as a local company installed several new fixtures in the courtyard next to the big red barn last week.
Rietta Costa and her gingerbread house, MacPherson Cabin the prize-winning entry in Third Streets 2006 Gingerbread House Contest in Marysville
From back left, Erich Schweiger on fiddle, Jack Archibald on banjo, Jim Karr on standup bass, Bill Gum on standup bass, Chaim Bezalel on guitar and autoharp and front, Monika de Nasha on banjo, Rebecca Fletcher on hammered dulcimer and mandolin, Paul Platis on guitar and John Muhler on percussion comprise the South End String Band, will perform a benefit concert at the Floyd Norgaard Cultural Center, 27130 102nd Ave., in Stanwood at 7 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 13. A common practice for this Camano Island community band, the group of artists and professionals often play for free for many a good causes around Camano Island, Stanwood, and sometimes beyond. Thats why they played at the Save-the-Grange Dinner, the Camano Community Centers St. Pats Day fundraisers and for the Snow Goose Festival as well as many school concerts in the area. Along with their musical talents, the event will include the visual expressions of participating musicians with an array of watercolors, graphics, pottery, oil paintings, stained glass and more. All proceeds from admissions and art sales will be donated to support future music and art at the Floyd.
ARLINGTON ?A major motion picture starring James Garner, Brian Dennehy and Drew Fuller will not be in theaters until March 2007, but supporters of Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation will have a chance to preview the film Jan. 11, at the Olympic Theatre in Arlington.
EVERETT ?Solovei Art Gallery starts the new year with a bang, showing the fabulous impressionist and Russian realism oil paintings of an Arlington artist, Aleksandr (Alex) Kargopoltsev, through Jan. 30.
EVERETT Naval Station Everett is pleased to present its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Program on Friday, Jan. 12, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
OLYMPIA The Washington State Department of Natural Resources and Washington State University Snohomish County Forestry Extension are offering a nine-week forest stewardship course to help North Sound area forest owners protect and manage their lands. Sessions will be held Tuesday evenings, 6-9 p.m., Feb. 6 through April 3, at the state WSU Extension Complex in South Everett. An all-day field session will be held on Saturday, March 10.
SNOHOMISH An award-winning black-and-white infrared photographer of Marysville, Susie Howells work is part of this months show at the Arts of Snohomish Gallery, Paintography Clicking on the Right Side of the Brain.
Winter greatly increases the odds for a young child to be ill. It may be a case of strep, a touch of flu, or simply the common cold, but damp, chilly winter weather combined with lots of school contact with other children means a sick child is a likely occurrence.
ARLINGTON Arlington Library Branch Manager Kathy Bullene was one of several local and regional organization members to express their gratitude toward the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians.
Each year, United Way of Snohomish County honors volunteers and community members with its prestigious Spirit Awards.
MARYSVILLE A pair of local college students are trying to be the spark in the next big thing.
MARYSVILLE The Marysville Soroptimists will be holding their annual auction next month to raise funds for their many endeavors in the community.
MARYSVILLE For the last 30 years Marysville city government has benefited from the efforts of one woman. It is the kind of organizational memory that many companies would give a lot for. And this woman has seen the city through the eyes of a part-time clerk helping residents all the way to being the lead non-elected executive.
ARLINGTON The fourth annual Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show attracted a number of auto enthusiasts Sept. 8, each of whom came into their love of classic cars and other tricked-out vehicles for their own reasons.
An unedited version of the Crash kills one teen story which appeared in the Sept. 12 issue of The Marysville Globe was unintentionally posted to The Marysville Globes Web site.
MARYSVILLE Some local realtors will be accepting donations over the next two weeks for their annual rummage sale to benefit local foster children.