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911 Driving School comes to Marysville
Apr 20 2011, 12:06 PM
MARYSVILLE — After years of witnessing the aftermath of poor driving decisions, three Arlington Police Officers have decided to try and instill good driving habits into young drivers from the start.
‘Taste of Decadence’ benefits VCS
Apr 20 2011, 12:09 PM
SMOKEY POINT — Village Community Services offered a taste of “Wonderland” to 165 attendees of its ninth annual “Taste of Decadence.”
While the April 9 fundraiser collected approximately $15,000, roughly equal to last year’s total, with this year’s theme of “Alice in Wonderland,” VCS Resource Development Manager Michelle Dietz believes the evening’s message was at least as important as the monies it earned through its silent auctions of professionally made desserts and other donated items.
Cougar Creek Elementary gets free greenhouse, $1,000
Apr 20 2011, 12:10 PM
LAKEWOOD — Students at Cougar Creek Elementary will be getting hands-on lessons on growing potatoes and other plants thanks to donations from the Washington State Potato Commission.
On April 12, Cougar Creek Elementary teacher Elizabeth Zylstra received an oversized check for $1,000 from Karen Bonaudi of the Washington State Potato Commission, which will go toward supplies for the free greenhouse that the commission will also be awarding to the school.
Zylstra explained to the school’s students at that day’s assembly that she’d entered the commission’s “Kids Are Growing” competition, which dispensed free greenhouses to 10 schools across the state this year, including Cougar Creek Elementary.
Fountain Drive-In celebrates 50 years in Arlington
Apr 27 2011, 12:40 PM
ARLINGTON — “There was this one little old man who kept coming by and telling Fred he would lose his shirt,” laughed Lorita Eoff, Fred’s wife, as they sat together in the Fountain Drive-In, at the corner of Division and Broadway streets in Arlington.
Arlington Police seek suspect in attempted robbery
Apr 28 2011, 9:35 AM
ARLINGTON — Arlington police are seeking the public’s help to apprehend a suspect in an attempted robbery that occurred the morning of April 27 at the Arlington Motor Inn, located at 2214 SR 530 NE in Arlington.
UPDATE | All lanes reopened after deadly accident blocks I-5 near Arlington
May 10 2011, 10:38 AM
ARLINGTON - All southbound lanes of I-5, just north of SR 531 near Arlington have reopened after being blocked for several hours from an earlier fatal accident.
The Washington State Department of Transportation reported that the lanes were reopened shortly before 8 a.m.
The Washington State Patrol and WSDOT Incident Response Team are on scene. According to WSDOT , traffic is being stopped and detoured off at exit 208. Traffic caught between the collision scene and exit 208 are using the right shoulder to bypass the scene. To get around the scene, drivers are being detoured off at SR 530, then to Smokey Point Blvd., then to 172n St. NE and then back to I-5.
‘Cruzin for a Cure’ in Smokey Point
May 10 2011, 10:56 AM
SMOKEY POINT — The “Cruzin for a Cure” car and bike show returns for a second year to the Weston High School campus on May 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
COLUMN | Gooding's Guide To Fitness
May 11 2011, 10:51 AM
While experimenting with exercise bands, how many of you have gotten frustrated and now use them in place of bungee cords? Have they made you feel clumsy and entangled? Some of you may have used them on occasion, but feel they aren’t anything to write home about. If you fall into one of these groups who have missed the benefits of exercise bands and tubing, please keep reading.
UPDATE | Search still on for former Arlington City Council member Dan Anderson in the mountains
May 17 2011, 5:01 PM
DARRINGTON — The search remains ongoing for Marysville resident and former Arlington City Council member Daniel Anderson.
Anderson, a 46-year-old Washington State Patrol trooper for 20 years, was off-duty when his spot locator signaled an emergency at 6:15 p.m. on May 15. He'd been part of a group that was biking and snowshoeing on the west side of the mountains, before he went hiking alone east across the Cascade Range from Granite Falls, with Holden Village near Stehekin as his planned destination.
According to Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Director of Communications Rebecca Hover, rescuers followed Anderson's tracks at the 4,000-foot level near Miner's Creek.
UPDATE | Dan Anderson found alive
May 18 2011, 8:13 PM
Shortly before 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, one of the ground teams reported finding missing hiker Dan Anderson in the Miner's Creek area, according to Rebecca Hover of the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.