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All blood types needed for Carbajal Memorial Drive Dec. 15

ARLINGTON - The Carbahal Family Memorial Blood Drive is teaming with Bloodworks Northwest asking people to roll up their sleaves during this critical time Dec.… Continue reading

  • Dec 10, 2018

Recycling fees to rise slightly after China ban on ‘dirty’ recyclables

ARLINGTON – Not to be a Grinch, but if you’re in the habit of squeezing your gift-wrapping paper, ribbons and bows into a big ball… Continue reading

Council adopts Arlington-Marysville manufacturing industrial center plan

ARLINGTON – The City Council Monday approved the Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center subarea plan, a key step in the area’s goals to become a designated… Continue reading

Investigation slows charges in Arlington teen sex crime case

ARLINGTON – A Snohomish County deputy prosecutor said Monday that a now 35-year-old Arlington woman arrested last summer on suspicion of various sex crimes with… Continue reading

Marysville council learns about unhealthy part of the community

MARYSVILLE – The health of the city, or rather the unhealthy part of it, was spotlighted in two presentations to the City Council at Monday’s… Continue reading

Council public hearing Monday for manufacturing industrial center plan

ARLINGTON – The City Council set a public hearing Monday for the Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center (AMMIC) subarea plan and hope to adopt the area’s… Continue reading

Arlington School Board to consider third try for school bond

ARLINGTON – An Arlington Public Schools construction bond measure that failed in the general election last month could return for a third try with voters… Continue reading

Woman stabs 2 officers with scissors in Marysville

MARYSVILLE — A young woman stabbed two Marysville officers with a pair of scissors but did not leave them with serious injuries, according to reports… Continue reading

Panel recommends RFA for Marysville, District 12

MARYSVILLE – A Regional Fire Authority is looking more likely. A committee that has been researching an RFA for about a year is recommending that… Continue reading

Marysville City Council news

Marysville City Council news •The council adopted the $352 million biennial budget. Major infrastructure projects include building the First Street Bypass in anticipation of the… Continue reading

  • Nov 27, 2018

Arlington briefs

Nov. 27

  • Nov 27, 2018

Arlington to get $1.6M grant for 204th Street roundabout, problem intersection off Hwy 9

ARLINGTON – City officials learned last week that Arlington is set to be awarded a $1.6 million grant toward the cost of a roundabout at… Continue reading

Arlington goes big, shops small to kick off Hometown Holidays (slide show)

ARLINGTON - Arlington got its first snowfall for the season Saturday. OK, it came from a snow-making machine in a second-story City Hall window on… Continue reading

Arlington Rotarians help restore fish-bearing Portage Creek

ARLINGTON – Arlington Rotary Club volunteers led a community service project to restore a section of Portage Creek, one of two main fish-bearing creeks passing… Continue reading

  • Nov 22, 2018

Arlington briefs

Nov. 20

  • Nov 21, 2018

Freeze hits cold-weather shelter

MARYSVILLE – A Cold-Weather Shelter to help the homeless this winter is getting the cold shoulder. The Damascus Road Church, as it has for many… Continue reading

School repair lab sends computers to Ghana; always looking for more to fix

MARYSVILLE – Teacher Paul LaGrange and his Computer Repair Lab students are continuing to make the world a little bit smaller. The class has been… Continue reading

  • Nov 21, 2018

Some object to lack of public process as Thompson named superintendent of Marysville schools

MARYSVILLE – Since he took over as acting, then interim and now superintendent of the Marysville School District, Jason Thompson has emphasized trying to heal… Continue reading

Arlington City Council adopts biennial budget

ARLINGTON – The City Council adopted a biennial budget Monday that will put more police and firefighters out on local streets, build and repave roads,… Continue reading