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In the beginning, Catie Arrigoni wasn't sure she wanted to run the steeplechase...When the idea was first mentioned, "I hadn't even heard of it," said Arrigoni, a 19-year-old sophomore at Everett Community College...Arrigoni was being recruited by
Everything he learned in his life, including jobs seemingly unrelated to his current small business, became a building block for his success. Klesick recently was a panelist for the Effectual Entrepreneurship workshop at Everett Community College. He
Two different composers present two different women and what they did to deal with horrible disappointment. Francis Poulenc tells the story of a woman shunned by her lover over the telephone. In Puccini's tale a woman is disowned by her family after
The 15th Annual Camano Island Studio Tour allows visitors to see artists in action in this free, self-guided tour of 48 artists, 31 studios and three galleries featuring ceramics, fiber and textile wearables, glass, jewelry, masks, sculpture, pastels,
The Trojans, who have matched the school record for single-season wins with 34, will tune up for next week's Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges championships by hosting the league's Northern Region tournament today, Friday and
A free Mother's Day Sail is Saturday at The Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach State Park. There are classic wooden boats to see, and for kids, a chance to build toy boats, using hand tools and wooden hulls from scrap wood. The event is from 10 a.
The 15th Annual Camano Island Studio Tour goes for two weekends for visitors to see artists in action in this free, self-guided tour of 48 artists, 31 studios and three galleries featuring ceramics, fiber and textile wearables, glass, jewelry, masks,
People Coastal Community Bank has hired Robin Reinig to be a vice president and branch manager of the newest branch, in Smokey Point. Reinig has extensive experience banking in Snohomish County and started her banking career with SeaFirst Bank. She
This is the second annual public art show and sale hosted by the Marysville Arts Coalition and features displays by local artists, artwork including paintings and jewelry, silk scarves and photography, live music and treats, hands-on creative
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through April 28, Christianson's Nursery, 15806 Best Road, Mount Vernon. While visiting the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, visit Christianson's historic 1888 Schoolhouse for a show of local artists from the Stanwood Camano Arts Guild.