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We’re urging you to vote yes for libraries on April 24 and here are just a few of the reasons why. Sno-Isle is an excellent… Continue reading
In response to your recent editorial in support of school levies, I offer a few reasons why I have voted against them. •Government workers have… Continue reading
As a mom of five children who are either current, former or future students in the Marysville School District, I felt compelled to share my… Continue reading
Vote for bonds Arlington voters on Feb. 13 will be asked to authorize the district to issue $107.5 million in bonds to build a replacement… Continue reading
Elect Stickles This is my recommendation for the re-election of Jesica Stickles to the Arlington City Council. I have gotten to know Jesica over the… Continue reading
I read with great interest the article you published March 10 regarding the Marysville Strawberry Festival. On behalf of the board, the volunteers and the… Continue reading
With all of the hugely negative political news everyone has been hammered with lately, it almost seems that a lot of people may be pretty apathetic about voting in the upcoming Nov. 5 election. However, I once heard that changing things on the federal level is a pretty hard thing to do while doing the same along local lines can at least sometimes yield changes that benefit the community.
Not long ago, Americans were told that Detroit, one of America’s largest cities, filed for Bankruptcy. But, wait, since then, Washington D.C., Camden, N.J., Cincinnati, Ohio, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Calif. and Baltimore, Md., are all facing similar fates. Can it happen in Snohomish County? Most would say, “No way!” But, I would caution you that the 1,000,000 people who once lived in Detroit and fled probably said the same thing. So, what does this have to do with a County Council race in Snohomish County? It has everything to do with it.