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Articles published Tue, Jul 20, 2010

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aquafest-news

Get your picture in the paper with Reptile Man or Elvis

Volunteers still needed at this year’s Aquafest festival

Firefighter Breakfast giving back to community

Celebrity Softball game sure to be a crowd pleaser

The Aquafest Celebrity Softball game brings laughs and fun to Aquafest.

Aquafest 50th Anniversary cancellation stamp now available

Join in the Children’s Parade

Reardon, Allied Waste launch “green living” essay contest

Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon invites junior high and high school students to enter the “Living Evergreen” essay contest as part of the upcoming Evergreen State Fair.

Road and boat launch closures during Aquafest

editorial

Tanning tax ticks me off

On July 16, a “tanning tax” went into effect for the nation’s indoor tanning salons.

guest-editorial

Pulaski’s gift

Ask any wildland firefighter and they’ll swear by their “pulaski,” a tool that combines an axe and a mattock (similar to a pickaxe).

letters

Letters for July 28, 2010

news

Several initiatives will appear on November ballot

Know your initiatives before you vote

Aquafest Junior Idol holds try outs

Winners to perform during Aquafest celebration

Robinson, Hedges chosen as Citizens of the Year

Both will be honored during Aquafest’s Grand Parade

Local law enforcement steps up speed patrols

Capri Sun Pouch Brigade helps students in Africa

Hayden Ploeger, a 5th grader at Mt. Pilchuck Elementary was searching the web one day and came up with a great idea.