ARLINGTON — The owner of Blaze the dog threatened to fight back if the city attempts to charge him with violating recently passed animal care and control laws.
TULALIP — It was a night for festive song, flavorful cuisine and terrible impressions of Marlon Brando in The Godfather, but it was also a moment to honor those who had sacrificed on behalf of others.
TULALIP — ''So if it looks like someone needs CPR, first we ask ourselves, is it safe?'' Jessie Chen, a volunteer for the American Red Cross of Snohomish County, told the kids at the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club on Nov. 13. ''Then we ask them, 'Are you okay?' Then, if they don't respond, we tell someone, 'You, call 911!'''
MARYSVILLE — Representatives of the Marysville Special Education PTSA have made frequent trips to Olympia to lobby state legislators, but Nov. 10 marked the first time that was reciprocated.
MARYSVILLE — Those looking to support the Marysville Community Food Bank through the annual All-City Food Drive still have a chance to break the event's records for food and money donations on Saturday, Nov. 14, when the Marysville Walmart sets out its big red barrels.
ARLINGTON — The start of construction for Cascade Valley Hospital's new helispot was met with some criticisms Nov. 2, as two neighbors addressed the City Council with concerns.
ARLINGTON — With the implementation of full-time kindergarten this year, the Arlington School Board was treated to a firsthand look at how students learn how to teach themselves.
ARLINGTON — The staff of the Helping Hands thrift store in Arlington recently reflected on the community contributions, while acknowledging that some problems have remained constant regardless of its location.
ARLINGTON — The last time David Delancy visited Arlington National Cemetery, it was 1987 and three days before he would head off to boot camp.
ARLINGTON — Even after a decade in operation, the Arlington Kids' Kloset is still evolving.
ARLINGTON — After 103 years, the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers' annual reunion and picnic has become a comfortably routine affair. Members bring potluck dishes to Pioneer Hall before receiving updates from the president of their association and the mayor of Arlington.
ARLINGTON — Haller Park was the final stop on many city officials' tour through Arlington's neighborhoods at the Aug. 4 National Night Out Against Crime, and the citizens they met came ready to share their concerns.
ARLINGTON — As far as Pastor Rick Schranck is concerned, the measure of a church is not its facilities, but its congregation.
ARLINGTON — The "All-In" anti-crime campaign that began in Arlington last year is looking to continue with some four-legged partners.
ARLINGTON — Friends and family of Dick Butner gathered at Weller Funeral Home May 29 to share their memories of a man who made public service his nearly lifelong vocation.