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City comprehensive plan amendment docket OKd; includes controversial proposed rezone previously denied

ARLINGTON – The City Council on Monday approved a docket containing 11 amendments to Arlington’s comprehensive plan including a controversial 2017 rezone and other requests… Continue reading

Police: Remains found in Arlington thought possibly human, aren’t

Update April 5 at 8:45 a.m. PST: Detectives have determined that the remains discovered in a wooded area in the Gleneagle neighborhood are not human.… Continue reading

  • Apr 5, 2019

Friendly skies: How does passenger air service at Paine Field impact Arlington Airport?

ARLINGTON – Passenger air service out of Paine Field is being hailed as an economic boon for Snohomish County since the first Alaska Airlines Boeing… Continue reading

1st St. Bypass can get going as final house vacated

MARYSVILLE – The final holdout has moved so the $12 million First Street Bypass project can continue. At Monday’s City Council work session, Chief Administrative… Continue reading

The aviator adding hangars to keep up with growing demand

ARLINGTON – If you ask pilots around Arlington Municipal Airport, Duane Wilcoxon is the local flyer who will burn through 40 gallons of fuel and… Continue reading

Marysville dangerous place for distracted drivers

MARYSVILLE – A report says Marysville has the fifth-largest problem in the state when it comes to distracted drivers. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety… Continue reading

Marysville programs help ESL student

MARYSVILLE – Six years ago, when Daira Paniagua moved with her family to Marysville from a town outside Mexico City, she didn’t understand any English.… Continue reading

Tickets now on sale for Marysville Strawberry Fashion Show and Luncheon

MARYSVILLE – Tickets are available for the Marysville Strawberry Festival fashion show that features model citizens strutting to raise funds for student scholarships and showing… Continue reading

  • Apr 3, 2019

Got talent? Apply, audition for 2019 Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show

MARYSVILLE – If you’ve got a show-stopping talent you want to share with the world, start with Marysville. Auditions are coming for your chance to… Continue reading

  • Apr 3, 2019

Marysville School District to sell 2 more surplus properties

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville School District planned a special meeting Tuesday morning to approve the sale of two surplus properties. One consists of 17.97 acres… Continue reading

  • Apr 1, 2019
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.
                                ‘Always in our hearts. Never forgotten.’

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.
                                ‘Always in our hearts. Never forgotten.’

Village’s Supported Employment program builds job skills

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

Arlington awarded $600,000 grant for sidewalks near Boys & Girls Club, Quake and Evans Fields

ARLINGTON - The city has been awarded a $600,000 grant to add sidewalks near the Arlington Boys & Girls Club, Quake and Evans Fields. The… Continue reading

  • Mar 29, 2019

Tulalips partner with Stanford for cannabis study to treat opioid addiction

By Douglas Buell dbuell@arlingtontimes.com TULALIP — When the Tulalip Tribes opened their cannabis store last August they were already exploring the benefits the plant could… Continue reading

  • Mar 29, 2019

District’s Open Doors program adds new test prep, credits for GED students

ARLINGTON – Arlington Public Schools’ Open Doors Reengagement Program gives students who left school or are at risk of dropping out a path to getting… Continue reading

First Tulalip woman graduates from Healing to Wellness Court

Family, community never gave up on her

Poetry Slam branches out from MG to library

MARYSVILLE – Poetry Slams have been popular at Marysville Getchell High School, but now they are branching out to the library. A Teen Poetry Slam… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2019

Marysville to give tax break to encourage waterfront development

Farmer’s Market to move from City Hall to Grocery Outlet

Injured man flown to Harborview after crash in Arlington

ARLINGTON – A man was flown by helicopter to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle and another was taken to an Arlington hospital after a crash… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2019

Marysville golf course has a premier season

MARYSVILLE – Thanks in part to the best weather in a decade, Cedarcrest Golf Court set all kinds of revenue records for 2018. Premier Golf… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2019