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Man arrested in Marysville after shots fired at first-responders

MARYSVILLE — A 50-year-old man was arrested Tuesday night after a massive emergency response near Shoultes Elementary School. Police say his wife called 9-1-1 about… Continue reading

  • Nov 7, 2018

Marysville budget plan adds 4 officers over next 2 years

MARYSVILLE – Four new police officers are included in the proposed biennial budget Mayor Jon Nehring presented to the City Council at a work session… Continue reading

Briefs

(Nov. 6)

  • Nov 7, 2018

Arlington High School’s JROTC passes Air Force assessment thanks to outreach effort

ARLINGTON- Arlington High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps received an “Exceeds Standards” rating during an evaluation Oct. 29. Last year, there were… Continue reading

  • Nov 7, 2018

Marysville proposes 4th of July event at M-P

MARYSVILLE – The City Council is expected to decide Monday if Marysville will put on a public event for the Fourth of July next year.… Continue reading

Playing it safe at Marysville schools

MARYSVILLE – Jason Thompson would like to have a school resource officer at every school in the Marysville district. The interim superintendent also would like… Continue reading

Nov. 5 public hearing set for Arlington’s proposed budget that is up 21 percent

ARLINGTON – Against a backdrop of steady economic growth, the city’s proposed biennial budget is making good on goals to bolster public safety and deliver… Continue reading

Turn in election ballots by Tuesday

Voters in Marysville and Arlington have until Tuesday at 5 p.m. to mail in their general election ballots. It can’t get much easier as you… Continue reading

iBorrow arranges $10 million loan for Arlington’s largest building

ARLINGTON - Direct lender iBorrow has arranged a $10.2 million loan for the owners of Arlington’s largest industrial and office building. The 244,590-square-foot Weiss building… Continue reading

Briefs

(Oct. 31)

  • Oct 31, 2018

Briefs

(Oct. 30)

  • Oct 30, 2018

Strawberry Festival shows off new waterfront office in #MarysvilleWa

MARYSVILLE – Marysville Strawberry Festival organizers celebrated the relocation of their new office with an open house. Maryfest President Jodi Hiatt said people shouldn’t have… Continue reading

Arlington Hometown Halloween a runaway hit with families (Slide show and video)

ARLINGTON – Pumpkins rolled to the finish line (video), while the candy crush of costumed kids filled trick-or-treat bags visiting downtown businesses during this year’s… Continue reading

Time to recycle education

MARYSVILLE – Do not put a garden hose or Christmas lights in your recycling.  Things like that are causing a “Recycling Crisis,” Robin Freedman told… Continue reading

Moment of Trust: Arlington Police’s embedded social worker program seeing early results getting homeless treatment, housing they need

ARLINGTON – On a recent patrol, officer Ken Thomas arranged a meal with a homeless man to get him into treatment, drove another man to… Continue reading

Christie Veley talks about the Regional Fire Authority proposal at a public meeting last week. Steve Powell/Staff Photo

After 27-year engagement city, fire district ready to tie the knot

MARYSVILLE – While the city and Fire District 12 are looking into combining into a Regional Fire Authority, it’s not like they don’t know each… Continue reading

Christie Veley talks about the Regional Fire Authority proposal at a public meeting last week. Steve Powell/Staff Photo

Backwards, forwards, time to fill out that top-heavy ballot

ARLINGTON - In a year that has seen its share of polarizing “up is down” and “down is up” political foolishness sure to add to… Continue reading

Arlington Public Schools hosting forums with families about school safety

ARLINGTON – When workers limbed up trees along 172nd Street NE at Weston High School, it wasn’t so much for maintenance purposes. Rather, it removed… Continue reading

Student Voices lunches bring out kids-eye view for schools chief

ARLINGTON – Kent Prairie Elementary School could use more money for landscape maintenance, a better traffic plan for dropping off students, smaller classroom sizes, and… Continue reading

AVID motivates Marysville students to turn their lives around

TULALIP – Katherine Jordan’s sophomore AVID class at Mountain View Arts & Tech High School is made up of students who failed almost every class… Continue reading