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Arlington pays tribute to armed forces during Veterans Day Parade (video)

ARLINGTON – For longtime resident Barbara Hemmann, this year’s Veterans Day parade Sunday along Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington held special meaning beyond thanking veterans… Continue reading

 

Pilot Travel Center at Island Crossing to open in mid-December

ARLINGTON - Travelers and truckers along Interstate 5 near Arlington will have a new place to gas up and eat when the Pilot Travel Center… Continue reading

 

Grave of Civil War soldier re-dedicated in Arlington Pioneer Cemetery (video)

ARLINGTON – Descendants and local genealogists gathered on Veterans Day for the re-dedication of a headstone memorializing a Civil War union soldier in Arlington and… Continue reading

 

Marysville waiting on grants for Mother Nature’s Window

MARYSVILLE – Crime around the 35-acre Mother Nature’s Window was a topic of conversation at Mayor Jon Nehring’s Coffee Klatch Wednesday. The heavily wooded property… Continue reading

Marysville hiker’s body found by SAR

And other briefs

  • Nov 14, 2018

Marysville looks at grant to fix up Allen Creek in Jennings Park

MARYSVILLE – The City Council will discuss an almost $241,000 grant at its meeting Tuesday night at 7 at City Hall. The meeting date was… Continue reading

  • Nov 12, 2018

School district’s Transition Program moves into support house

ARLINGTON- Arlington Public Schools’ Transition Program moved from Arlington High School to a house on the campus of the district’s Support Services building. The house… Continue reading

House renovation for Arlington schools Transition Program turns up a mystery wall worth reading about

ARLINGTON – If these walls could talk, they would say “read the one over there that’s wallpapered with pages from 1964 Arlington Times.” When the… Continue reading

Arlington briefs

(Nov. 10)

  • Nov 9, 2018

Gulf War: A Veteran’s Story

ARLINGTON – Navy veteran Lindsay Dunn of Arlington will never forget the early-morning explosions that ripped through the USS Princeton during the Gulf War, just… Continue reading

Students notice similarities when studying culture of Mexico (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – When students study different cultures, they often notice differences. But when teachers Xochitl Palacios and Corina Hansen of Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary taught… Continue reading

Numbers updated, but election results basically the same

Statewide, pollution tax measure failing, but gun control initiative passing

Man arrested in Marysville after shots fired at first-responders

MARYSVILLE — A 50-year-old man was arrested Tuesday night after a massive emergency response near Shoultes Elementary School. Police say his wife called 9-1-1 about… Continue reading

  • Nov 7, 2018

Marysville budget plan adds 4 officers over next 2 years

MARYSVILLE – Four new police officers are included in the proposed biennial budget Mayor Jon Nehring presented to the City Council at a work session… Continue reading

Briefs

(Nov. 6)

  • Nov 7, 2018

Arlington High School’s JROTC passes Air Force assessment thanks to outreach effort

ARLINGTON- Arlington High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps received an “Exceeds Standards” rating during an evaluation Oct. 29. Last year, there were… Continue reading

  • Nov 7, 2018

Marysville proposes 4th of July event at M-P

MARYSVILLE – The City Council is expected to decide Monday if Marysville will put on a public event for the Fourth of July next year.… Continue reading

Playing it safe at Marysville schools

MARYSVILLE – Jason Thompson would like to have a school resource officer at every school in the Marysville district. The interim superintendent also would like… Continue reading

Nov. 5 public hearing set for Arlington’s proposed budget that is up 21 percent

ARLINGTON – Against a backdrop of steady economic growth, the city’s proposed biennial budget is making good on goals to bolster public safety and deliver… Continue reading

Turn in election ballots by Tuesday

Voters in Marysville and Arlington have until Tuesday at 5 p.m. to mail in their general election ballots. It can’t get much easier as you… Continue reading