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.
ARLINGTON Local students joined area veterans in honoring the sacrifices of all the men and women of Americas armed forces, in time for the day of the year that this nation sets aside to remember its fallen and surviving military members alike.
Along with the new street, the city of Arlington is also getting two new works of public art that will be dedicated with a special art reception at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 27.
by Don C. Brunell
Labor Day weekend represents the final countdown of the summer season and it should be a time of fun and leisure but when drinking and driving are added to these festivities, fun in the sun can quickly turn to tragedy.
A bunch of characters from Camano Island, the South End String Band, plays Thursday night, Aug. 23 at the Arlington Music in the Parks program from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Terrace Park, 809 E. Fifth St. in Arlington.
Everett A Marysville-Pilchuck High School senior, Joe Royal, plays Cat in the Hat in the Village Theatres KIDSTAGE Summer Stock Everett through Aug. 19 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
Two recent proposals a branch campus of the University of Washington in Lakewood and a Community Transit transit center in Smokey Point are being touted as a possible impetus for a solution to the traffic woes in the Lakewood and Smokey Point areas.
As an elected official charged with ensuring the safety and well-being of over 5,200 students in the Arlington Public Schools, I feel it is absolutely essential to our community that we continue to have a vital emergency room at Cascade Valley Hospital.