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EVERETT — Tuition vouchers are available to train 136 unemployed people at Paine Field through its Washington Aerospace Training and Research Center.Each voucher covers all… Continue reading
Brad Goldman took a chance when his wife insisted that he purchase his first airplane — a 1963 Cessna 205 with only 1,800 hours on it. At the time, he didn't know that that investment would eventually lead him to spend his summers battling Northwest wildfires as an air attack specialist contracting with the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies.
SMOKEY POINT — Skagit Regional Clinic is expanding its cardiology services into the Smokey Point area and has hired a new cardiologist. Dr. Yelena Rosenberg, who recently completed a cardiology fellowship at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center, will provide general cardiology to patients at Skagit Regional Clinics' existing office and expand the clinics' services into Arlington starting Sept. 15. In addition to working at the Skagit's Mount Vernon office, Rosenberg will also be seeing patients at 16410 Smokey Point Blvd., Building No. 200, in Smokey Point.
Two area district hospitals have announced that a new 42,000-square-foot medical facility will soon be taking shape in Smokey Point. Arlington-based Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics and Skagit Valley Hospital of Mount Vernon will be partnering on the construction of the facility, which is set for completion in late 2011, administrators said.
Two area networking groups are kicking off the first of a series of events aimed at increasing commerce in the Arlington and Marysville communities.
ARLINGTON — Business community members are being encouraged to check out the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce's annual barbeque luncheon. The function, which takes place from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 10, will be held at the Legion Park Gazebo in downtown Arlington.
Mayor Margaret Larson and City Council member Linda Byrnes were among those on hand during a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Arlington business. On July 13, PC Recycle, located at 5702 172nd Street NE, celebrated its grand opening.
ARLINGTON — Penny pinchers rejoice. In early September, a Dollar Tree will be opening up in Arlington. According to company officials, the discount variety store that sells all items for one dollar or less will be located at 3704 172nd Street NE, near the Smokey Point Safeway. The approximately 9,000-square-foot store will bring between 10-12 full-time jobs to the city. "Dollar Tree continues to grow and is proud to be part of the Arlington community," said Chelle Davis, Dollar Tree spokesperson. Dollar Tree operates more than 3,800 stores in 48 states, and has stores in Marysville, Lake Stevens, Everett.
Deric Dobesh remembers the first time he saw the damage. Wading through 18 inches of water and a walking over pieces of collapsed roofing, the owner of Big Foot Music noticed that a couple of guitars still hung from a partially collapsed wall.
Sherie Rzeczkowski knew she wanted to start a bakery. But when the opportunity to expand presented itself, she couldn’t say no.
Before it finalizes its move to Marysville in mid-June, Silicon Energy of Arlington has already helped Snohomish County go a bit greener.
The Rotary International District 5050 Conference gave Rotarians from Marysville, Arlington and beyond an opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments over the course of the past year.
Businesses and community members may have noticed a new face selling advertising space in the pages of The Arlington Times. Terrie McClay recently joined The Times as a multi-media sales consultant. McClay, who has more than 20 years of experience in sales, will be covering territory in northern Snohomish and southern Skagit counties.
A Denver-based building materials supplier announced Tuesday that it will acquire Oso Lumber, Inc.
Silicon Energy of Arlington became the state's first solar panel manufacturer last summer, and after being purchased by Spectrum Renewable Investments in California from the Arlington-based OutBack Power Systems at the start of this year, Silicon Energy is set to move to a new facility this summer.
Members of the Haller Middle School Volunteer Club recently collected cash and a full shopping cart of donated items to support Kids’ Kloset.
The Snohomish County-based business is celebrating 30 years — including the past 13 in Arlington — in 2010.
It's been a family affair for a local heating system installation and repair business. After surviving a difficult economic climate this past year, Cozy Heating of Arlington has continued to thrive. The business celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2009, and owners and managers said they're hoping to continue to meet the needs of their customers.
Sound Harley-Davidson was recently honored by the Marysville Kiwanis for their support of community events and activities.