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.
MARYSVILLE — The Career Support Workshop for Girls at the Marysville Family YMCA's Youth Development Center Jan. 30 went well beyond giving job advice to young women.
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 — 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 — "It's a big honor and a big deal," said David Delancy, sergeant-at-arms of Arlington American Legion Post 76. "Little Arlington is paying a visit to big Arlington."
STANWOOD — When Gil Emory and his former classmates get together at his house, the conversations sound much like you'd expect at a high school reunion, as old friends catch up on each other's families, activities and ailments.