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Children’s book author teaches both young and old

Bench, posing with his wife Sandy, will be selling and signing his book at Bartell Drugs this Saturday, just in time for Easter.

World class juvenile ballroom dancers hosting performance

This is an incredible opportunity for this young local couple to meet kid dancers from around the world and to compete at this high world class level.&...

Aquafest 2009 welcomes new events and sponsors

Aquafest Coed Softball Tournament Join us for the first annual Aquafest Coed Softball Tournament!Progressive Fitness owners and event co-chairs Chris...

CERT Training starts at end of month

Lake Stevens Fire, Arlington Fire and Marysville Fire are teaming up for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training starting March 27. The course...

High taxes jeopardize jobs

 For example, charities and nonprofit groups are alarmed by President Obama’s proposal to reduce tax deductions for charitable contributions...

Say hello to Dolly at the 5th Avenue Theatre

You may remember the production’s most well-known songs including of course, “Hello Dolly!” and “It Only Takes a Moment”....

Fraud suspects identified by Lake Stevens Police

The females, who reside in Pierce County, have received money from their victims by advertising tickets for sale on CraigsList (Seattle) for the sold out...

Police looking for property stolen in Machias robbery

 The robbery was reported about 8:30 a.m. Sunday, March 1. A man said that two men wearing black shirts that said “Police” on them came...

Skyline teacher Hodge returns to smiles and hugs

Hodge had already survived neck and back injuries while serving in Iraq with his National Guard unit when his vehicle got struck by an IED (improvised ...