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Musings Artist Inspired closing their business

Musings Artist Inspired closing

We are sorry to announce that, due to unexpected circumstances beyond their control, our friends at Musings Artist Inspired in the Mill Creek Town Center will be closing their doors in early June.

Fellow artists and friends Marcia Beck and Leigh Anne Weller opened Musings in 2007 and provided a location for local and regional artists to showcase and sell their artwork. They  offered a unique shopping experience for their loyal customers.

All local artist work will be available for sale at Musings until the last week of May.

Starting Thursday, May 2nd, select merchandise will be on sale and all sales will be final.

University Book Store announces the passing of CEO Bryan Pearce

University Book Store Chief Executive Officer and Mill Creek resident, Bryan Pearce, who had been with the store since 1990 and was named CEO in 2002, succumbed to a yearlong battle with cancer on Saturday, April 20, 2013.

University Book Store Chief Executive Officer and Mill Creek resident, Bryan Pearce, who had been with the store since 1990 and was named CEO in 2002, succumbed to a yearlong battle with cancer on Saturday, April 20, 2013.

His successor Louise Little, previously the store's director of Human Resources since 1989, said, "Bryan lived this last year with an incredible amount of focus and determination, not to mention courage. He was a teacher, mentor, friend, and colleague who inspired those of us who worked with him to be the best that we could be. To say he will be missed does not come close to describing the extreme sense of loss we are feeling."

Mill Creek Business Association offering five college scholarships

The Mill Creek Business Association is offering five scholarships of $2,000 each to graduating seniors.

Since its very beginnings, the Mill Creek Business Association has been committed to encouraging and assisting local high school students in their pursuit of higher learning in business or another field with which they would like to pursue a career in business.

The Mill Creek Business Association is offering five scholarships of $2,000 each to graduating seniors. All scholarships are open to students who are goal-oriented toward business, regardless of their actual majors.

Snohomish County housing prices continue to trend up as inventory shrinks

Northwest Multiple Listing Service figures show that the median Snohomish County price for single-family houses and condos increased 18% from March 2012 to March 2013.

Northwest Multiple Listing Service figures show that the median Snohomish County price for single-family houses and condos increased 18% from March 2012 to March 2013. The median price for last month’s closed sales of single-family homes and condos in Snohomish County was $269,950 compared to $228,500 in March of 2012.

The year-to-year increase was even more for Everett, Mukilteo, and Mill Creek. Over the past year prices for single-family houses and condos increased 21% in this multiple listing service area. According to Northwest Multiple Listing Service figures the median price for last month’s closed sales of single-family homes and condos in this part of the North Sound was $270,000 compared to $222,600 in March of 2012.

Elle Marie announces Elle-gant Gowns prom dress drive

Elle Marie Hair Studio organizes annual prom dress drive making it easier for young ladies to enjoy a night of dreams.

Elle Marie Hair Studio organizes annual prom dress drive making it easier for young ladies to enjoy a night of dreams.

Are old prom, homecoming and tolo dresses taking up space in your closet? Elle Marie Hair Studio can help! Now through April 14th, 2013, Elle Marie is collecting dresses for distribution to various schools throughout Snohomish County. To show their appreciation, the salon is offering $10 in Elle Marie Beauty Bucks to each guest that makes a donation.

Shawn O Donnell's St. Patrick's Day Festival 2013

St. Patrick's Day occurs on Sunday, March 17th and is a day to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. Americans embrace the holiday with parades and Irish themed parties.

St. Patrick's Day occurs on Sunday, March 17th and is a day to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland. Americans embrace St. Patrick's Day with parades and Irish themed parties and by consuming large quantities of beer and food and by wearing the color green.

It is a day to celebrate Irish-American culture in the United States that was basically invented in America by Irish-Americans.

For local celebrations Shawn O'Donnell's Pub has an action packed week planned with entertainment every day:

Mill Creek to get new K-9 dog thanks to local businessman

Ken Armstrong, Mill Creek City Manager, announced that Mill Creek’s new K-9 program suffered a setback when the City’s K-9 team was pulled out of training.

February 25, 2013 update.

According to Ken Armstrong there is a happy beginning to Mongo’s next chapter, “Mongo did find a new home (on a farm in Oregon) and by all accounts is one happy camper!”

Officer Ian Durkee said that he and Axel are getting to know one another and will begin a new training course soon, “I am really impressed with Axel so far and am eager to get into training with him. We are working on getting into a K-9 academy being hosted by Redmond PD, but there is no set start date for that yet.”

February 19, 2013 article

At the February 12, 2013 City Council meeting Ken Armstrong, Mill Creek City Manager, announced that Mill Creek’s new K-9 program suffered a setback when the City’s K-9 team was pulled out of training.

Ivar's brings back Scoop + offers free clams

Sen. Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson holding a sheet of clam stamps in his Washington, D.C. office in 1960.

During November 2012, the popular Ivar's Everett Seafood Bar, located at: 1520 41st Street, near Everett Memorial Stadium, temporarily closed its doors for its first major makeover since opening in 1986.

During this time several pieces of historical artwork were taken down, including a photo of Senator Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson holding Ivar Haglund’s “clam stamps.” After several community members expressed concern over the absent photo, Ivar’s is now ready to re-hang the restored image of the hometown hero and once-presidential hopeful during a “reveal” on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 10:15 AM.

Local woman creates art magazine for kids

Bothell resident, Eva Soukalova created a magazine for kids called arTree. She feels strongly that there is a need for kids to be exposed to more art.

Bothell resident, Eva Soukalova, is an art director with a background in child education and psychology. She feels strongly that there is a need for kids to be exposed to more art. This was her inspiration to create a magazine for kids called arTree.

Soukalova said, “The public school programs are being cut, art classes are expensive and parents do not have enough time to look for high-quality art projects online. I love art and ever since my kids were born, I was trying to teach them how to appreciate it and, of course, how to create it. I created hundreds of projects and lesson plans and decided that a magazine is the best way to share it with everybody. After all, which kid does not like to get their own mail?”

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