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The man who built a better crab trap: Arlington crab pot maker gets help from Russians to keep company’s head above water
Second in a two-part series ARLINGTON - When the Alaskan crab industry shifted from a derby-style season to a quota… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – Legendary rock star Rick Springfield delighted fans with the classic “Jessie’s Girl” and other old favorites at the… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – An Arlington advocate for senior citizens, the mentally ill and homeless has been honored as the Mayor’s volunteer… Continue reading
City Council approves ambulance utility fee to curb mountain EMS costs, dedicate more funds to public safety needs – Updated
ARLINGTON – A $15 ambulance utility fee to slash mounting EMS costs and devote more general fund money for public… Continue reading
Remedy Tulalip cannabis shop opens: Tulalip-owned enterprise one of 1st in Indian Country in the U.S.
TULALIP – The Tulalip Tribes opened the doors to Remedy Tulalip Friday, becoming one of the first legalized marijuana dispensaries… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – Michael Van Beek of Arlington is fitting in well with his new team - the Washington State University Continue reading...
ARLINGTON – Lacrosse is starting up in Arlington this year and is looking for players from Lakewood and Marysville to Continue reading...
The Herald ARLINGTON — A 16-year-old Arlington boy went to police in April, and reported years of sexual abuse by… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – Coinciding with election night this year, many Arlington community members elected to get outdoors to visit with neighbors… Continue reading
OLYMPIA — Teacher salaries are soaring as the Washington Education Association predicted they would. Leaders of the statewide teacher union Continue reading...
TULALIP – Campers at the Port Susan Camping Club participated in their annual Port Susan Days Festival Aug. 11. Kimmie… Continue reading
Marysville’s Homemade festival brings out the creativity of artists of all kinds of crafts (slide show)
MARYSVILLE – Getting winter wood for the fireplace was the closest Al Baker of Marysville ever got to woodworking. That… Continue reading
Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field raises funds and awareness to fight domestic violence
Lace up for the Refuse to Abuse 5k, July 21 at Safeco Stadium
Start the discussion and register today for the Refuse to Abuse 5K
When a five-person submersible descends to the floor of the North Atlantic, Continue reading...
MARYSVILLE – Schools are finally listening to what local employers have been saying for years. That they need workers. Acro Continue reading...