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Marysville mayor answers variety of questions at Coffee Klatch

MARYSVILLE – Mayor Jon Nehring answered a variety of questions at his Coffee Klatch Monday at City Hall. Business Nehring was asked why the city… Continue reading

  • Feb 11, 2020

PUD’s Arlington Microgrid construction moves forward

ARLINGTON – Construction is underway on the next phase of Snohomish County PUD’s Arlington Microgrid and Clean Energy Technology Center project. Moon Construction broke ground… Continue reading

  • Feb 11, 2020

Human skeletal remains found; may be missing man

TULALIP – A resident building a motorcycle track in a wooded area discovered skeletal human remains Sunday. Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit detectives… Continue reading

  • Feb 10, 2020

Man wears dreadlock wig backwards to rob Marysville bank

MARYSVILLE – A man wearing a dreadlock wig backwards robbed the Opus Bank in the 800 block of State Street Thursday. Around 9:35 a.m. the… Continue reading

  • Feb 7, 2020

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Clean fuel OLYMPIA – People will be asked to use a lot less gasoline and to convert to alternative clean fuels in the next 15… Continue reading

  • Feb 7, 2020

City Council adopts code of ethics they hope they will never need

ARLINGTON – The City Council Monday formally adopted a code of ethics to guide its members in how they should conduct themselves in office, and… Continue reading

9 candidates apply to fill City Council vacancy

ARLINGTON – Nine applicants are looking to join the Arlington City Council, filling in for Josh Roundy, who resigned last month for personal reasons. Interested… Continue reading

Urban village planned on 20 acres south of Arlington Airport

ARLINGTON – Plans for a new urban village are in the works on 20 acres of farmland south of Arlington Municipal Airport and within the… Continue reading

Police is focus of Marysville mayor’s State of the City address

MARYSVILLE – Mayor Jon Nehring talked a lot about public safety at his “Vision 2020” State of the City address Friday at the Tulalip Resort… Continue reading

  • Feb 5, 2020

CTE courses gaining in popularity in Marysville schools

MARYSVILLE – The school board learned about expanding CTE offerings at Monday’s meeting. The Regional Apprenticeship Program has been well-publicized but other Career and Technology… Continue reading

  • Feb 4, 2020

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Green fees MARYSVILLE – At Monday’s City Council meeting, the members are expected to increase the green fees at Cedarcrest Golf Course, among other actions.… Continue reading

  • Feb 4, 2020

Taxes up, but for schools about what they were in 2018

MARYSVILLE – For the Marysville School District it could be the imperfect storm. And it’s not going to be a very fun Valentine’s Day for… Continue reading

  • Feb 4, 2020

Town meeting to plan Arlington’s downtown future set for Feb. 11

ARLINGTON - A workshop presenting the initial ideas for Arlington’s downtown corridor will be at 6 p.m. Feb. 11 in the Haller Middle School Commons,… Continue reading

  • Feb 1, 2020

Tribes make deal to keep portion of their sales taxes

OLYMPIA — The Tulalip Tribes have reached an agreement with the state and Snohomish County to end years of litigation and begin sharing millions of… Continue reading

  • Jan 30, 2020

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Mileage tax OLYMPIA – State lawmakers will consider a gradual transition from the state’s gasoline tax to a system that would charge drivers fees based… Continue reading

  • Jan 29, 2020
Superintendent Jason Thompson talks about school boundary proposal. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)

All not happy with Marysville schools boundary proposal

MARYSVILLE – All things being equal, it’s not what some people want. The school board for the Marysville School District wants equity in its schools.… Continue reading

  • Jan 29, 2020
Superintendent Jason Thompson talks about school boundary proposal. (Steve Powell/Staff Photos)

Arlington man scores free Super Bowl tickets in Safeway shopping game

ARLINGTON – One lucky Arlington man is headed to Super Bowl LIV in Miami this weekend for free after scoring a prize package just for… Continue reading

Arlington police give out annual awards

ARLINGTON – The police department’s annual awards ceremony was Jan. 24 at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center. Police Employee of the Year was Sgt. Mike… Continue reading

  • Jan 29, 2020

Arlington Community Resource Center operators opt out; loss in grant funding cited

Volunteers of America tentatively agrees to run center that helps people in crisis

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Gun trafficking A 36-year-old Tulalip man was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle to more than seven years in prison for four felonies… Continue reading

  • Jan 28, 2020