There is no Arlington Car Show on Sunday.
Past organizers Bevy and Gil Wold have been receiving calls like crazy about a show.
Bevy Wold said they have no idea who floated a rumor about a Rusty Relics Car Show.
“I don’t know where the information came from,” Bevy Wold said, “But the Rusty Relics did not have an Arlington Car Show scheduled for 2006.”
The U.S. Coast Guard reminds boaters to take the time to do maintenance.
The Coast Guard often responds to calls from boaters whose vessels have become disabled because of mechanical failures that could have been avoided.
They say to check your oil and replace spark plugs every 75 hours, and make sure safety is addressed before leaving the dock.
Military families are invited to a pro-military, fundraising gala event to benefit Operation Homefront Washington at 5 p.m. Sunday at Olson Mansion, 21401 244th Ave. SE, Maple Valley.
Tickets are $77. For more information, call 800-779-5898.
Law-enforcement agencies in east Snohomish County, including the cities of Snohomish, Monroe and Sultan, and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, have received overtime funding from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.
They’ll be on roads this summer watching for bad drivers.
There have been 41 deaths since 1999 between the U.S. 2 trestle and Stevens Pass; 2,500 injury-related collisions; and more than 5,000 property damage collisions.
Don’t become a statistic.
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