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ARLINGTON — Mount Pilchuck Ski & Sport in Arlington hosts five small businesses within its establishment, and will be having an open house on Jan. 4.
ARLINGTON — The Board of Snohomish County Public Hospital District No. 3 and the PeaceHealth Board have approved a letter of intent for the Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics to affiliate with PeaceHealth.
ARLINGTON — Among those making merry in downtown Arlington on Dec. 7 were members of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce, who capitalized on the crowds drawn to Olympic Avenue by the city's "Hometown Holidays" celebrations that day, by setting up a vendor tent in the Arlington City Hall plaza for the return of the Chamber's annual Old-Fashioned Bake Sale.
SMOKEY POINT — The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce installed its new Board of Directors during its winter holiday luncheon on Dec. 10, which included a mix of familiar faces and newcomers to the Board.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Pizza Factory at 509 West Ave. is hosting a vendor fair on Sunday, Dec. 8, from noon to 4 p.m. to raise funds for Operation Christmas Hope.
The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce is asking people to shop locally on Nov. 30, said Chamber President Kristen Granroth. A day like Small Business Saturday encourages people to discover products and services that are available locally, and the hope is those new customers will turn into repeat customers, she said.
ARLINGTON — Roxanne Fisher opened Healing Wind MFR Therapy in Suite C at 437 N. Olympic Ave. earlier this year to provide myofascial release, a specialized stretching technique used by some physical and massage therapists to treat patients with soft-tissue issues, but what sets Healing Wind apart from other outlets for massage therapy in the area is the degree to which Fisher attempts to address the connection between mind and body.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington High School commons will host the first in what event organizers hope will become an annual series of "Holiday Shoppe" fundraisers for the AHS Art Club from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23.
ARLINGTON — Arlington High School's DECA will be conducting mock competitions on the Saturdays of Nov. 23 and Dec. 7, but the DECA students need help from members of the community to make this happen.
ARLINGTON — Inspire Hair Studio, located at 108 E. Fifth St. in Arlington, will host the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce's next Business After Hours, from 5:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, and salon owner Pam Evans couldn't be more thrilled.
SMOKEY POINT — The Stillaguamish Athletic Club’s fifth annual Health and Fitness Fair’s 21 vendors met with as many as 500 members of the public on Monday, Nov. 4.
SMOKEY POINT — The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce will be conducting their State of the Chamber meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the Medallion Hotel in Smokey Point, with registration at 11:30 a.m. and the buffet kicking off at 11:50 a.m.
ARLINGTON — Kids' Kloset was bustling with activity at its offices in the former Arlington High School building on Friday, Oct. 25, as its facilities were refurbished by 24 employees of Lowe's, representing store branches in Smokey Point, Everett, Monroe, Mill Creek, Lynnwood, Bellevue, Bellingham, north Seattle and even Issaquah.
ARLINGTON — Friday, Oct. 25, saw the Angel of the Winds Casino officially break ground on construction of a new $20-million, 125-room, five-story hotel.
ARLINGTON — Pamela Evans has done hair for 27 years, 13 of them in Arlington, so when the previous owner of her hair salon decided to retire, she renamed the business in honor of the biggest reason why she’s kept going in the beauty industry.
SMOKEY POINT — XYZ Studio and Your Image Studio were officially welcomed as neighbors of Mt. Pilchuck Ski & Sport at 5200 172nd St. NE in Arlington on Saturday, Sept. 28, as 35 participants turned out for that morning's free Zumba class in spite of the gray skies and drizzle outside.
Two local companies — OutBack Power Technologies in Arlington and Silicon Energy in Marysville — served as hub sites for this year’s Snohomish County Solar Tour, whose informational walk-throughs on Saturday, Sept. 21, were designed to answer the questions of area residents and industry professionals alike.
Arlington residents Lynn and Bentley Marks have been expanding their businesses just south of the Arlington Airport on a semi-annual basis for the past few years, and this fall will prove no exception.
When Domino’s Pizza opened the doors of its latest location in Smokey Point on Friday, Sept. 13, it donated 100 percent of that branch’s sales for the day to the Children’s Organ Transplant Association to aid Lacey Ernst, a 5-year-old Arlington girl in need of a heart transplant.
The Snohomish County Solar Tour 2013 is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 21, as part of the American Solar Energy Society’s national solar tour. A variety of homes and businesses around Snohomish County are available for tours on that day only. Owners will provide access to residences and businesses to show the latest technologies available in solar and green energy solutions.