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ARLINGTON – Wait… Negotiate… Wait… Negotiate… Wait… Negotiate… (repeat as necessary). The Marysville Police Department’s Crisis Negotiation and SWAT teams… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – The Survivor Lap at every Relay for Life is special. That’s when people who beat cancer walk around… Continue reading
Marysville’s interim superintendent explains why boundary high schools would work better here and now
MARYSVILLE – Equity and diversity, along with saving money, seem to be the key reasons why the Marysville School District… Continue reading
By Renae James Are you are looking for an adventure, an opportunity to explore and appreciate the beautiful Northwest? Then Continue reading...
Boys and girls can’t skate through these practices, even though they are rolling along (slide show)
MARYSVILLE – The City Council will look to spend $3.74 million in Transportation Improvement District funds next year. The council… Continue reading
North to Alaska: Arlington man driving tractor to tip of Alaska and back to raise $500K for cure for juvenile diabetes
By Douglas Buell firstname.lastname@example.org ARLINGTON – An Arlington businessman on Wednesday set off on his restored 1956 John Deere tractor… Continue reading
Lace up for the Refuse to Abuse 5k, July 21 at Safeco Stadium
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Walk, run, volunteer or donate to create life-saving change in the fight against breast cancer
By Jerry Cornfield OLYMPIA — Back in 1965, with mounting evidence of the ill effects of smoking, Congress decided every Continue reading...
Praise to the state Department of Transportation for putting up no panhandling signs at the local offramps from I-5. There Continue reading...
MARYSVILLE – Summer is filled with Shakespearean performances, but none are quite like the Red Curtain Foundation’s presentation of M’aQ’betH,… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – While the traditional acts certainly had their fans at the 50th Annual Arlington Fly-In, the newbie was the… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – With the Fourth of July so close, it seemed appropriate for a new business to patriotically raise a… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – Tulalip chairwoman Marie Zackuse talked about everything from the history to the future during her State of the… Continue reading