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ARLINGTON – In family stories passed down through generations, Phil Bartlow’s great-grandfather died in a circus accident that morphed into being killed by lions while… Continue reading

 

Randalls honored for bringing community gardening to Arlington

ARLINGTON – Arlington resident Bea Randall’s love of gardening grew at home helping her mother pull weeds and tend flower beds as a little girl,… Continue reading

 

Thousands attend Arlington Street Fair, enjoy Kornstalk Music Festival

ARLINGTON – Thousands of browsers snooping for antiques, collectibles and crafts visited the Arlington Street Fair downtown last weekend, while sounds from the Kornstalk Music… Continue reading

 

AHS students’ bike racks add colorful legacy for downtown

ARLINGTON – Whenever Hunter Urionaguena passes by Arlington Hardware and Lumber store from now on where his uncle’s memorial bench sits out front, he’ll have… Continue reading

Survey takes pulse of well-being in Stillaguamish Valley

ARLINGTON – While most people feel a connection to the Stillaguamish Valley, three quarters believe they could do a lot or little more to improve… Continue reading

Arlington City Council to discuss fireworks ban

ARLINGTON – The City Council is considering a ban on fireworks and will discuss several options at a work session later in July. Existing city… Continue reading

Cascade Industrial Center: New name for investment in Arlington, Marysville

SEATTLE – The Cascade Industrial Center – formerly the Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing and Industrial Center – became the region’s designated regional Manufacturing Industrial Center by the… Continue reading

Cascade Industrial Center brand growing from roots of Arlington Awaits

ARLINGTON – Marketing alone won’t attract investors to the newly designated Cascade Industrial Center in Arlington and Marysville, but it has created a buzz over… Continue reading

Arlington Police Bike Rodeo teaches kids rules for safe ride

ARLINGTON – When it comes to Arlington police efforts to promote child safety behind the handlebars, this isn’t their first bike rodeo. But it has… Continue reading

Jake’s House Church members pitch in to ‘Beautify Arlington’

ARLINGTON - Over 100 members of Jake’s House Church shared their love for community during a first-ever “Beautify Arlington” service project this month. Church members… Continue reading

Uplands housing proposal could be catalyst for Country Charm recreational access

ARLINGTON – Country Charm Recreation and Conservation Area, the largest reigning jewel in Arlington’s parks system at 140 acres, is also its least accessible. That… Continue reading

AHS graduates celebrate journey with courage, heart (Slide Show/Video)

EVERETT – For some graduates in the Arlington High School Class of 2019 who likened school life to a four-year journey along a yellow brick… Continue reading

Weston HS grads: You’ve done it, you’ve won it

ARLINGTON – For a small and resilient graduating class, more than half the students from Weston High School are headed off to college, while the… Continue reading

Show ‘n Shine Car Show cruises into 20th anniversary

ARLINGTON – You’ve got to get up pretty early to find parking during the annual Show ‘n Shine Car Show along Olympic Avenue. Just ask… Continue reading

Strawberries ripe and ready for picking at Biringer Farm

ARLINGTON - The strawberry season has officially started in the Stillaguamish Valley. That’s the juicy crop report from Biringer Farm. The savory red berries are… Continue reading

Relax, this cougar sighting in downtown Arlington no cause for alarm

ARLINGTON – This is one time where it’s safe to take a cougar sighting in downtown sitting down. City staff Friday installed a new bench… Continue reading

New splash pad opens at Haller Park; worth the wait

ARLINGTON – Arlington’s new Splash Pad opened in Haller Park over the Memorial Day weekend, and as the park’s frog mascot sculpture might say, the… Continue reading

City Council to consider two rezones denied by planning commission

ARLINGTON – The City Council Monday will consider two property rezones recommended for denial unanimously by the planning commission that have neighbors worried that new… Continue reading

Students rolling out designer metal bike racks for downtown

ARLINGTON – The city soon will roll out artistic metal bike racks downtown that were designed by inventive high school students and precision finished by… Continue reading

Families explore diversity, vitality of others at Festival of World Cultures (slide show)

MARYSVILLLE – “There’s a lot of positive energy in here,” said the drummer leading the Yolihani Group from Mexico before pounding out another forceful beat… Continue reading