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Arlington: Free concert of old-time music

A free concert of old-time music is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at the Sisco Heights Community Club, 13527 99th Ave. NE., south of Arlington.

More info: 360-659-5498.

Equestrian event slated for Friday night

An open game and show equestrian event is set to begin at 7 p.m. Friday at the RWB Arena and Horse Ranch, 12916 99th Ave. NE.

The event that caters to all levels of equestrian ability. Divisions are based on time brackets, not age groups or fastest times. The series runs the first and third Fridays of each month and includes great day awards, trophy buckles and series end prizes.

More info: 503-789-4247.

Lake Stevens: Firefighters plan pancake breakfast

Firefighters in Lake Stevens plan their annual pancake breakfasts on July 28 and 29.

The breakfasts are set from 6 a.m. to noon at the downtown fire station 12409 21st Street NE. They will include all-you-can eat pancakes, with ham and eggs on the side. Participants are asked to make a donation.

Monroe: School board posts online survey

People can share their opinions, ideas about how the Monroe School Board can improve the schools by filling an online survey.

The two-minute survey can be found at the Monroe School District website, Other forms of the survey are available.

More info: 360-804-2503 or

Council delays decision on annexation measure

The Monroe City Council delayed a decision on whether to put the annexation of Roosevelt Ridge on the November ballot.

The council wanted to make changes to the language of the item. The discussion is scheduled to continue next Tuesday.

Snohomish County: Shoreline rules approved

Snohomish County rules for developing and preserving shorelines have received the state Department of Ecology’s approval, following years of work.

The new rules replace county regulations in place since 1974. They cover the county’s estimated 2,000 miles of freshwater and marine shoreline.

About 200 cities and counties statewide are updating or developing their shoreline programs under the state’s 1972 voter-approved Shoreline Management Act.

The law requires cities and counties with shorelines to develop and update local programs to minimize environmental damage, reserve areas for water-oriented uses and protect access to public area.

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