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ARLINGTON – The decorative candles mounted on street poles in Arlington around…
ARLINGTON — When Jennifer Jensen's third-grade students took scissors to magazines in her class at Presidents Elementary, they were "Thinking Win/Win."
ARLINGTON — As the end of school approaches, families might be wondering how to keep their kids entertained over the summer, while still keeping their minds active.
LAKEWOOD — Lakewood High School might be on spring break, but its Drama Club is still working feverishly through its vacation to prepare for the April 15 debut of ''You Can't Take It With You.'' The three-act romantic comedy is a Pulitzer Prize-winning play that was also made into an Academy Award-winning film.
ARLINGTON — Tony Bravo dedicated his life to Jesus after kicking a year-long addiction to heroin, but it's been through the H.U.G.E. Men of God that he's found a place of fellowship.
ARLINGTON — Heidi Graham's eighth-grade students at Post Middle School agreed that it's harder to sum up who you are in six words than in 500.
ARLINGTON — Families started lining up at Cascade Valley Hospital at 3:30 p.m. for the 5 p.m. start of photos with Santa and characters from Disney's Frozen Dec. 4.
SMOKEY POINT — After a year off last year, the Arlington Nativity Festival is returning for its fourth year at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Smokey Point, from Thursday through Sunday, Dec. 10-13.
ARLINGTON — What became a worldwide community devoted to supplying people with prosthetic limbs started out as an Arlington dad's nerdy hobby.
LAKEWOOD — Last year's first-time experiment has become this year's winter tradition as the Lakewood High School Drama group will present "It's a Wonderful Life" for the second season in a row.
SMOKEY POINT — A shift from October to November proved to be a good move for the Stillaguamish Senior Center's annual fall bazaar, which drew more vendors and shoppers than previous years Nov. 14.
ARLINGTON — Every October, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Michelle Crawford and her friends swing by the Cascade Valley Hospital for the first leg of a ''Mammograms and Margaritas'' night.
ARLINGTON — Joe Mazzone came all the way from Chicago to skateboard in Arlington, so he wasn't about to let a little rain discourage him, even when it turned into a lot of rain.
ARLINGTON — While myths of vikings who wore horned helmets and behaved like barbarians might persist in the media, visitors to Arlington's downtown Oct. 3 received some hands-on lessons about the real history of viking cultures, during the city and Down Arlington Business Association's first "Viking Fest."
ARLINGTON — "It's just a surrounding of unconditional love," Margaret McClure said of Voices of the Village. "When people don't have a voice and you hand them a microphone, they treasure the sound of their own voice. Those who are non-verbal are often not heard, and they can come to think that no one cares about them. This band gives them an opportunity to be heard."
ARLINGTON — The Arlington American Legion Post 76 Lounge has already had its POW/MIA table on display for more than a year.
ARLINGTON — Lakewood 10-year-old Maddie Telschow is no stranger to typing on a variety of electronic devices, but the old-fashioned typewriter at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Hall proved a more intimidating prospect.