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Aberdeen teacher arrested on suspicion of 1st degree rape of a child in Marysville

A 35-year-old Aberdeen teacher has been taken into custody on suspicion of a 2017 sexual assault in Marysville of an 11-year-old relative. Ryan Harless was… Continue reading

  • Feb 14, 2019

Happy Valentine’s Day: Local students back to school 2 hours late

Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood parents are getting a Valentine’s Day present. The school districts announced they will be open for learning Thursday, with a two-hour… Continue reading

  • Feb 14, 2019

Arlington schools construction and security bond failing for third time

EVERETT - The Arlington school district’s $96 million bond to pay for school construction and security improvements is failing for a third time in early… Continue reading

Voters will decide about RFA in April

MARYSVILLE – Voters will decide in a special election April 23 if they want to fund a new Regional Fire Authority. The City Council voted… Continue reading

Top 10 Arlington doesn’t make final cut for reality TV show; businesses inspired to start own revolution

ARLINGTON – Apprehension turned to numbness as business and community members cozied up to laptops and devices Tuesday morning with the announcement that Arlington didn’t… Continue reading

Community briefs

Police help Special Olympics MARYSVILLE – Marysville police, including K9 Copper, are joining Seattle police and Snohomish County Feb. 9 to brave the icy waters… Continue reading

  • Feb 9, 2019

Faith: Bethleham Lutheran Church tries to distinguish itself from others

Bethlehem Lutheran Church distinguishes itself through the combination of Scripture-based liturgical and elemental worship and unique community outreach, service and evangelical programs for the greater… Continue reading

  • Feb 9, 2019

Eagle Creek’s Great Kindness Challenge brings community together

ARLINGTON - Kindness is viral. It can spread from lofty good deeds that create a culture of unity and respect, to the simplest act of… Continue reading

  • Feb 8, 2019

New StillCo co-working space opens in downtown Arlington

Chamber’s Stilly Valley Collective offers startups communal office space, without office drama

Fans flock to Arlington Eagle Festival, annual winter wing ding that welcomes return of the birds

ARLINGTON – Crowds filled downtown Arlington for the Eagle Festival last weekend, an annual wing ding that welcomes the return of wintering bald eagles to… Continue reading

Local schools back in session, but 2 hours late

Marysville council to meet Thursday morning

Year’s first blast of snow blankets Arlington; another round on the way this weekend (slide show)

ARLINGTON – Another round of accumulating snow is on the way to Arlington this weekend after the heavy snowfall that greeted football fans on Super… Continue reading

Arlington’s $96 million schools construction, student safety bond in voters’ hands

ARLINGTON – As Election Day Tuesday approaches, the fate of a $96 million school construction and safety improvements bond measure now rests in the hands… Continue reading

Faith: Marysville United Methodist Church

1. What is the vision for your church and ministry? We are a community where grace and love are for all people. We embrace diversity… Continue reading

  • Feb 2, 2019

Teaching of gender identity evolving in Marysville schools

MARYSVILLE – Life can be confusing, especially so if your gender identity is not heterosexual. That is why the Marysville School District teaches students about… Continue reading

Some Arlington utility customers to see billing date change; rates won’t

ARLINGTON – Arlington utility customers may see a change in their billing date in the coming weeks, but rest easy – the rates won’t change.… Continue reading

Group for adults with special needs loses sponsor

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Tulalip Integrated Learning Center is looking to form its own nonprofit after its sponsoring agency, Eagle Wings disAbility Ministries, ended its… Continue reading

Police reunite missing 13-year-old Arlington girl with family

ARLINGTON – A 13-year-old Arlington girl missing for over three weeks has been found. Everett police located Destiney Vanderweele Wednesday afternoon, and she has been… Continue reading

  • Jan 31, 2019

Marysville chips up green fees at Cedarcrest

MARYSVILLE – When you think of golf, you may think of big hitters and long drives. But that’s not the case when it comes to… Continue reading

State of the District’s eye on equity, positive growth mindset

ARLINGTON – Barrier-free equity and cultivating a positive growth mindset that puts high value on effort and perseverance are two lessons Arlington schools are taking… Continue reading