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Every year, hypothermia kills about 600 Americans, half of whom are 65 and older, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hypothermia occurs when a persons body temperature drops below normal and stays low for a prolonged period of time.
ARLINGTON A renowned north county blues harmonica player, Jeff Nicely, recommended AHS 2006 graduate John Tezak as the young musician who should open the Wintertime Blues Concert in the first of three Wintertime Concerts celebrating the talent of Arlington.
EVERETT A seventh-grader at Marysville Middle School, Morgan McFalls plays Randolph MacAfee in Bye Bye Birdie the Village Theatre production which plays through Sunday, Jan. 21 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
MARYSVILLE As the city takes over billing for surface water utilities from Snohomish County, officials have maintained that no increases are on the horizon, just a shift in how the money is collected. But one property owner is wondering why his bill has doubled for the Grove Street duplex he owns.
MARYSVILLE At 8 a.m. on the morning of Jan. 2, Janis Lamoureux and Debbie Dreyer took the last call of their long careers in the Marysville Police Department dispatch center and signed off from the consoles in the Public Safety Building on Grove Street.
MARYSVILLE The local library is hoping to keep kids and adults in good shape this summer by helping them maintain their reading habits during the school vacation months.
ARLINGTON The 17-year land-use dispute over Island Crossing took its first steps toward the Washington State Supreme Court June 28.
Volunteers are not paid not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless. This quote definitely applies to the volunteers at the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Regional Visitor Center.
ARLINGTON The most striking diversity of the 39th Annual Arlington Northwest Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-In, at the Arlington Airport July 11-15, was found in all the reasons that aviation enthusiasts are interested in the field of flight.
MARYSVILLE City leaders and community members turned out in droves to remember long-time resident and civil servant Lillie Lein at memorial services July 13.
The Evergreen State Fairgrounds is looking for a few good ropers for the second annual Evergreen State Fair and Rodeo Donkey Calf Roping event. The event is slated for Sept. 1, beginning at 2 p.m., in the area during the Pro-West Rodeo Show at the Evergreen Equestrian Park.
One of the fairs newest features on the fairgrounds in the Western Heritage Center located next to the Dairy Barn in the southeast corner of the park. A longtime dream of Executive Director, Jerry Senner, this building showcases the living history of the Snohomish River Valleys.
The Monsters of Destruction are back for another round of flying, crushing, landing and pushing their own limits to win the competition each night of Monster Madness Show. The better they score, the higher the purse, and the more cash they win.
On Friday, Aug. 31, the fair will honor the men and women of the Military.
MARYSVILLE The Tulalip Tribes are asking Washington state to take a closer look at a new state park that may encroach on native archeological sites dating back 2,000 years. And to do so the Tribes want to put the entire park beach on the National Register of Historical Places.
Born and raised in Everett, the Evergreen State Fair has been home to Ann Muchoney nearly all of her life. Her husband of 23 years, Tom Muchoney was born in Pennsylvania, but moved to this area after serving in the Air Force. Together, they have discovered a passion that has brought them both to the fair year-after-year serving as doting parents, Assistant Superintendents, and eventually running the Swine Barn.
ARLINGTON — Families will have a chance to prepare for school while acquainting themselves with Arlington’s downtown merchants during the Aug. 30 “Back to School Scavenger Hunt,” sponsored by the Downtown Arlington Business Association.
LAKEWOOD — If they hadn’t risked their lives and thought outside the box, the Lakewood Elementary School building would have been lost.
• The Marysville Police Department needs volunteers to help fight crime in its Marysville Volunteer Program. Volunteers get First Aid and CPR training and learn how to use the police radio. Volunteers must pass a background check, get fingerprinted and be able to physically perform the duties as required. Call the MVP office 360-363-8325, leave a message if no one is there or email email@example.com or visit www.ci.marysville.wa.us to download an application.