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Police: Man shot dead by Marysville officers while attacking wife with knife

MARYSVILLE – A man who reportedly tried to stab his wife in front of police was shot and killed by those Marysville officers Tuesday night,… Continue reading

  • Sep 20, 2018

 

I-5 ramp closure at 116th Sept. 21-24

MARYSVILLE – If your weekend plans include stopping in the Marysville-Tulalip area be sure to budget extra time for your trip. Contractor crews will close… Continue reading

  • Sep 20, 2018

 

Tech, trades helping Marysville schools get rid of ‘black cloud’

MARYSVILLE – Interim superintendent Jason Thompson says the Marysville School District is making progress toward getting out from under a “black cloud.” Its use of… Continue reading

 

Arlington man jailed for eluding police in stolen school district truck

ARLINGTON – A 25-year-old Arlington man is in jail after he tried to elude police Sunday in an Arlington Public Schools vehicle that was reportedly… Continue reading

Arlington rejects bid for downtown innovation center, pocket park

ARLINGTON – The City Council on Monday rejected a bid that was more than twice above estimates for a proposed downtown Innovation Center and pocket… Continue reading

Lovick kids: Allegations about family’s struggles, not sex abuse

MARYSVILLE – A local campaign for state representative that turned negative last week could end up in court. In the race for the 44th District,… Continue reading

BNSF railroad repairs along 67th at 172nd St NE and 204th St NE set for Sept. 18 and 19

ARLINGTON - Burlington Northern Santa Fe will be making pavement repairs at the 172nd Street NE and 67th Avenue NE crossing from 7 p.m.-7 a.m.… Continue reading

  • Sep 17, 2018

Crash closes I-5 southbound for hours Sunday

ARLINGTON — A crash blocked all southbound lanes of I-5, sending people to the hospital and causing a miles-long backup Sunday afternoon. A Chevrolet Suburban… Continue reading

  • Sep 17, 2018

$70K missing; former Little League president faces charges

MARYSVILLE — Marysville Little League’s former president faces felony charges after an audit turned up more than $70,000 in missing money. Leo Carlos, 49, has… Continue reading

Almost $1 million, guns, drugs found in Arlington bust

ARLINGTON — An Arlington-area home was stocked with $980,000 in hidden cash, 29 guns and about 10,000 fentanyl pills designed to look like oxycodone, according… Continue reading

Work begins on Arlington Splash Pad

ARLINGTON – Reece Construction began working on the Splash Pad at Haller Park this week. Underground utilities are being installed with construction on the pad… Continue reading

  • Sep 14, 2018

Candidates for 39th Legislative District speak out on transportation, business

ARLINGTON – Candidates running for three contested seats in the 39th Legislative District shared their views on transportation, education and other key issues with a… Continue reading

Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show pays tribute to roar of engines past

ARLINGTON – When Mike Hayes was a 13-year-old in 1960s Marysville, he used to walk by a black, stylish classic car on his way home… Continue reading

Arlington’s intimate little art festival in Legion Park draws art lovers

ARLINGTON – With dark clouds looming over last weekend’s annual Art in Legion Park, the hundreds who attended the two-day festival in Arlington wouldn’t have… Continue reading

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – Mayor Jon Nehring read a proclamation at Monday night’s City Council meeting making September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month here. Josh Estes, whose young… Continue reading

  • Sep 11, 2018

Officer, social worker helping Marysville homeless get off the streets

MARYSVILLE – Mike Buell has done a lot with the Marysville Police Department over the years. But nothing has been as rewarding as what he’s… Continue reading

Stem cell treatment an option instead of surgery

MARYSVILLE – If you don’t want to go under the knife for a surgery, there is a less-invasive option – stem cell treatment. This is… Continue reading

Arlington Public Schools, teachers union reach tentative contract agreement: 14% pay increase over two years

ARLINGTON - Arlington Public Schools and the teachers union signed on to a tentative contract agreement and new salary schedule on Monday night that enabled… Continue reading

Coca-Cola distribution center to be built in Arlington near airport

ARLINGTON – Sharing a Coke could become much easier soon in Arlington. Utah-based bottler and distributor of Coca-Cola projects, Swire Coca-Cola, USA, has submitted an… Continue reading

For new Arlington students from Vietnam, 1st day of school an experience

ARLINGTON – School campuses across Arlington were abuzz as students celebrated their first day back to school. At Pioneer Elementary, eager parents and siblings waited… Continue reading

  • Sep 7, 2018