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Open House at Strawberry Fields Alpaca Farm this weekend
ARLINGTON – The turnout of costumed superheroes at a fun run in downtown Arlington Saturday didn’t answer the age-old question… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – If the annual Oyster Run in Anacortes is the self-dubbed “Largest Motorcycle Run in the Pacific Northwest,” the… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – The 4-year-old Arlington Viking Festival was defeated. The Downtown Arlington Business Association decided not to fund it after… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – Since the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck almost four years ago, Kelsey Sheldon has not wanted to go to school.… Continue reading
ARLINGTON - When you go to visit schools in Arlington, be prepared for a background check. Arlington Public Schools is Continue reading...
And other briefs Sept. 25
MARYSVILLE – Marysville-Pilchuck beat Marysville Getchell in boys tennis Monday 5-2. At No. 1 singles, Parker Devereux of M-P defeated… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – The combined Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell swim teams won four events in a home meet against Cascade Sept.… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – A local campaign for state representative that turned negative last week could end up in court. In the… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – The City Council on Monday rejected a bid that was more than twice above estimates for a proposed… Continue reading
For a number of years, schools in Washington state have emphasized that students become involved in community service. That connection… Continue reading
Marysville presents fire district awards MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Fire District presented a Phoenix Award Sept. 20 to nine members… 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
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When a five-person submersible descends to the floor of the North Atlantic, Continue reading...
MARYSVILLE — An Everett composting company has agreed to pay more than $785,000 to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging it Continue reading...