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Gobin didn’t plan to follow in dad’s political footsteps

TULALIP – That Terri Gobin is chairwoman of the Tulalip Tribes is a shock to her. “I didn’t plan to be on the board ever,”… Continue reading

 

Village’s Supported Employment program builds job skills

Tickets available for 12th annual Village Community Services’ Gala and Auction April 6

 

Donation helps Marysville police continue fight against school bullying

MARYSVILLE – Marysville police got a boost Wednesday in their continuing fight to battle bullying and suicide in local schools with an almost $31,600 donation.… Continue reading

 

A bronze sculpture titled “It was a Home” depicting a row of mailboxes that stood at the entrance to Steelhead Haven was unveiled during a memorial remembrance ceremony marking five years since the Oso landslide.
                                A bronze sculpture titled “It was a Home” depicting a row of mailboxes that stood at the entrance to Steelhead Haven was unveiled during a memorial remembrance ceremony marking five years since the Oso landslide.

Memorial event remembers 43 lives lost in Oso slide 5 years ago (slide show)

“Always in our hearts. Never forgotten.”

A bronze sculpture titled “It was a Home” depicting a row of mailboxes that stood at the entrance to Steelhead Haven was unveiled during a memorial remembrance ceremony marking five years since the Oso landslide.
                                A bronze sculpture titled “It was a Home” depicting a row of mailboxes that stood at the entrance to Steelhead Haven was unveiled during a memorial remembrance ceremony marking five years since the Oso landslide.

Arlington Youth Council leaders give teens a voice on community issues

ARLINGTON – If you happen to stop by the principal’s office at Arlington High School, a colorful flyer hangs on the door highlighting an elite… Continue reading

City finds creative way to fund public art: 10 percent of construction sales tax

ARLINGTON – When it comes to funding public art in a town known for loving it, the city of Arlington is ready to put more… Continue reading

The House That Ken Built

MARYSVILLE – It will forever be known as the House That Ken Built. Ken Cage worked for a couple of decades trying to bring a… Continue reading

Funeral services Wednesday for Marysville museum founder Ken Cage

Update: Funeral services for Kenneth M. Cage will take place Wednesday, March 20, starting at 1 p.m. at the Marysville Masonic Lodge #122, 419 Columbia… Continue reading

To make up snow days, Marysville schools won’t get out now until June 21

MARYSVILLE – Hey kids, remember how excited you were about the snow days? Well, this isn’t Bernie Sanders land. Nothing comes free. Students won’t be… Continue reading

North County Fire and EMS, Arlington Fire join forces to provide more services

ARLINGTON – The Arlington Fire Department and North County Fire & EMS are partnering to provide more services to their residents and businesses. The city… Continue reading

  • Mar 19, 2019

NSF mean RFA is needed to improve response times

MARYSVILLE – If you’re having a medical emergency or fire, nothing’s more important than time. Reducing response time is just one improvement residents can expect… Continue reading

Update: Marysville police arrest suspect in hatchet attack

MARYSVILLE – Marysville police arrested a 19-year-old transient man Tuesday night in connection with a hatchet attack earlier this month that left a man with… Continue reading

A taste of Italy brewing in downtown Arlington

ARLINGTON - “Why are there so many people here?” an insistent 3-year-old Giacomo Baiamonte asked as he looked over a crowd squeezing into a corner… Continue reading

M’ville Police seek public’s help to ID possible witnesses to fatal hit and run

Update: Marysville Police on Friday located the vehicle and interviewed the people they were seeking to question. MARYSVILLE - Marysville police are asking for the… Continue reading

How healthy are Stilly Valley residents? Health providers ask in new survey

ARLINGTON – Arlington and Darrington residents are invited to take a survey to give local public health care providers a better idea of what people… Continue reading

Arlington Rotary Club awards outstanding students

ARLINGTON – Five outstanding students were recognized Feb. 28 by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference in their schools, and the recognition… Continue reading

  • Mar 8, 2019

Community briefs

Eagle Neobots team competes at district ARLINGTON - The Arlington High School Neobots Robotics Team competed in the Mount Vernon District Tournament March 1-3. Thirty-two… Continue reading

  • Mar 8, 2019

A byway for industry: City to celebrate opening of new Arlington Valley Road

ARLINGTON – With Arlington’s laser-like focus on manufacturing and industry as the means to grow family-wage jobs and build prosperity, projects like the new Arlington… Continue reading

Strawberry Festival ripe with new stuff, including pro wrestling

MARYSVILLE – “Let’s get ready to rumble.” As Maryfest, the nonprofit that puts on the Marysville Strawberry Festival, announced its royalty this week, it also… Continue reading

Community briefs

2 meetings set on RFA; open houses. too MARYSVILLE –Two community conversations about the Regional Fire Authority will take place this month. The one March… Continue reading

  • Mar 7, 2019