- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
ARLINGTON — The work of technical crews on stage plays often goes unnoticed, yet they are essential to the success of a show. Not only does stagecraft require special technical skills, it also requires an artistic mind.
ARLINGTON — Most people don’t look forward to going to jail, but many of Arlington’s more upstanding citizens were eager to be handcuffed and confined by law enforcement April 9.
ARLINGTON — City and school district officials met at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center for their bimonthly joint meeting Monday, April 14, and the BPAC was at the top of the agenda.
EVERETT — “The apparent quiet and calm on the waterfront is misleading when you consider what our sailors are doing around the world,” said Capt. Thomas Mascolo, at the State of the Station luncheon for Naval Station Everett, April 18. “When we don’t appear busy, your Everett-based sailors are very busy, in inverse proportion to the occupancy of the port.”
SMOKEY POINT — Many patrons of the Smokey Point Red Robin restaurant were surprised to see their waiters wearing a slightly different uniform, and police officers from Arlington, Marysville and Lake Stevens got a chance to walk in somebody else’s shoes, all on behalf of charity.
For an exhaustive list of events submitted to our Calendar section, please visit our website at www.arlingtontimes.com.
ARLINGTON — The Sarvey Wildlife Center’s fourth-annual “Sweet on Sarvey” donation drive generated more than $1,200 in cash and five SUVs full of food and supplies for the animals in their care, but donation drive coordinator Dorthy Ottaway emphasized that more is always needed and appreciated.
ARLINGTON — Arlington-area residents will have a chance to dispose of confidential documents safely and support scholarships for local vocational students at the same time.
SMOKEY POINT — Area police officers will be working side jobs to support Special Olympics.
ARLINGTON — Kyle Emery and Steven White were recently named the latest Eagle Scouts of Arlington Boys Scouts of America Troop 92, while White’s family was also named “Scouting Family of the Year” by Troop 92.
Winter athletes make
LAKEWOOD Losing to Lynden in their Feb. 21 playoff opener didnt seem like such a bad thing for Lakewood girls basketball.
Ken Wilcox crossed the mighty Cascades into the amazingly green and drizzly Western Washington the first time with his parents and five siblings July 4, 1967.
When I go through my recipe box and find a hand written recipe from my mom its always a special feeling. She gave me this recipe over 30 years ago and told me it came from a Farm Journal. Everyone loves these when I make them. I can still see moms in a Tupperware container, each row separated by wax paper. They were a real treat then and I only make them on special occasions. Now days mom makes me write out my own recipes and she still has plenty to share.
ARLINGTON Chancellor Kenyon Chan, of the University of Washingtons Bothell campus, shared his thoughts on the value of higher education with the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce Tuesday, Jan. 9 and, perhaps inadvertently, offered tidbits of hope to advocates of a north county campus.