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Opportunity Zone status adds another incentive for investment, jobs in Manufacturing Industrial Center

ARLINGTON – A new federal tax incentive offers the potential to attract more private investment into Arlington’s advancing manufacturing and industrial sector. Opportunity Zones were… Continue reading

Marysville Strawberry Festival hosts open house at new digs Oct. 25

MARYSVILLE – Maryfest, the group behind the annual Marysville Strawberry Festival, is hosting an open house Oct. 25. The public is invited to meet members… Continue reading

  • Oct 12, 2018

Cold-weather shelter needs sprinklers

MARYSVILLE – Fire Marshal Tom Maloney just wants to make sure our most vulnerable aren’t even more vulnerable. At last week’s Marysville Area Pastors Association… Continue reading

Marysville OKs use of eminent domain in bypass, State projects

MARYSVILLE – The First Street Bypass and the widening of State Avenue are two road projects many people in town are excited about. But you… Continue reading

City signs final lease for Fire Station #48

ARLINGTON – The city signed what will be the last lease for Arlington Fire Station No. 48 now that the Smokey Point commercial building in… Continue reading

M-P students get behind suicide prevention efforts

MARYSVILLE – Suicide prevention is an important topic in this community - but especially at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. At M-P’s football game at Stanwood Sept.… Continue reading

  • Oct 6, 2018

Police seek man on property crime spree last seen in Arlington, Everett

Local authorities are seeking the whereabouts of 37-year-old Joshua Larue who has been on a property crime spree throughout Snohomish County and was last spotted… Continue reading

  • Oct 5, 2018

Tulalips lose suit over paying sales taxes to state, Snoco

SEATTLE — A federal judge ruled Thursday in favor of the state of Washington and Snohomish County in a lawsuit over the right to collect… Continue reading

SLIDESHOW – Eagles land for homecoming parade in A-Town

ARLINGTON – It’s Homecoming Week in A-Town, and hundreds of true-blue-and-gold Arlington High School Eagles joined in the traditional homecoming parade along Olympic Avenue Wednesday… Continue reading

  • Oct 4, 2018

Alert neighbor keeps burglary from happening in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – An alert neighbor kept a burglary from happening Wednesday. The neighbor knew the homeowner was at work, when three people were seen entering… Continue reading

  • Oct 3, 2018

Voices of the Village fundraising concert Oct. 4 to help people with disabilities

MARYSVILLE - Voices of the Village will perform a fundraising concert to help benefit people with disabilities on Thursday, Oct. 4. The concert, featuring supporting… Continue reading

  • Oct 3, 2018

DOC officer sentenced in Marysville after pleading guilty to 4 sex crimes

MARYSVILLE – Municipal Court Judge Lorrie Towers and two juvenile victims held nothing back at a former corrections officer’s sentencing last week. An ex-Department of… Continue reading

Marysville working to help students find their paths

MARYSVILLE – Helping students figure out what they want to do is utmost on the minds of Marysville educators. At Monday’s school board meeting, educators… Continue reading

Political debate interesting at chamber breakfast at Tulalip

TULALIP – If the audience at the Marysville-Tulalip Chamber breakfast Friday is any indication, Initiative 1631 is going down. Arguments against the measure received much… Continue reading

Pioneer Days celebrates successful event bringing Stilly Valley history to life; historians digitize The Arlington Times

Written - sort of - in the style of pioneer times ARLINGTON – Pioneer Days, arranged entirely by the men and women of the Stillaguamish… Continue reading

Over $700K in grants to bring new apparatus, power cots, more firefighters for Arlington

ARLINGTON – The Arlington Fire Department, Camano Island Fire and Rescue, and North County Fire/EMS were awarded a $770,000 FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant to… Continue reading

School board signs off on labor contracts for teachers, staff

ARLINGTON – The Arlington School Board formally approved two-year collective bargaining agreements with unions representing teachers and classified employees. Under terms of the contract voted… Continue reading

Local pig farmer tells Larsen he doesn’t live high on the hog (slide show)

MARYSVILLE – They may be small local farmers, but their issues are worldly - tariffs and the trade war. Luke Conyac of Hogstad Farm, along… Continue reading

Briefs (Sept. 21)

Marysville presents fire district awards MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Fire District presented a Phoenix Award Sept. 20 to nine members in honor of their extraordinary… Continue reading

  • Sep 25, 2018