SILVANA — When Darlene Strotz first joined the Snohomish County Fire District 19 in Silvana, she was the first woman to serve there.
MARYSVILLE — For most people, the bombing of Pearl Harbor 73 years ago is a historic event, but for World War II veterans such as Marysville's Art Olsen, it was a defining moment in his life.
ARLINGTON — Gingerbread houses might be more of a Christmas staple. But Karla Benjamin and Charleen O'Neal saw great enthusiasm for building "edible haunted houses" out of Graham crackers and Halloween candies at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club Oct. 29.
ARLINGTON — In spite of the day's dreary weather and the recent tragedy in neighboring Marysville, Arlington's annual Hometown Holidays drew sizable crowds of trick-or-treaters and costumed attendees of all ages Oct. 25.
If you've put off choosing a Halloween costume, the good news is that you still have time to shop for options in a variety of price ranges.
Western Washington University student Brendon Forbes Brereton, son of Lawrence P. Brereton of Cheney and Darina H. Durham of Arlington, received a $2,500 Kathryn A. Brunken Scholarship Endowment for the 2014-15 academic year.
ARLINGTON — Runners, walkers and strollers of all ages and ability levels are invited to take to the streets to help support women's health on Saturday, Oct. 11.
ARLINGTON — Brayden Broetz is an old hand at first days of school. As he started third grade at Presidents Elementary Sept. 3, his biggest transition was moving up to the second floor.
ARLINGTON — The Bryant Blueberry Farm's sixth annual festival returned to its fields July 26, drawing a thousand attendees from throughout the western side of the state and beyond.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Community Garden hosted the second session of its Children's Storybook Gardening Program July 12, and organizers encouraged families to check out the third session later this summer.