ARLINGTON – Former Arlington police officer Jason Rhodes was reprimanded in 2010 for not following proper procedures after a minor accident involving his patrol car.
ARLINGTON – Police Chief Jonathan Ventura of Arlington participated recently in some of President Barack Obama’s meetings at the White House on modern policing.
The Oso man suspected of killing his neighbors is now in an Arizona jail after being arrested in Mexico Thursday.
LAKE GOODWIN – It's officially been summer for almost a month, but so far the skies have often been filled with clouds, only rain has been scarce.
John B. Reed, the suspect in the murders of Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn of Oso, has been captured in Mexico and is now in an Arizona jail.
ARLINGTON — Bryan Terry manages the information systems and security for the city of Arlington, and he spoke the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce July 12 about how they could do the same for their businesses and households.
MARYSVILLE – The leading gubernatorial candidate for the Republican Party will be here Wednesday from 3:30-6:30 p.m.
By Kirk Boxleitner
ARLINGTON — CrossFit has a reputation for being tough, but yes, kids can do it.
With local parks and other outdoor spaces seeing a sudden rush of activity from players of the new online Pokémon Go, Marysville and Arlington welcome their citizens to take advantage of public facilities, but caution players to stay safe.
ARLINGTON — The 48th annual Fly-In at the Arlington Airport kicked off its final day July 9 with feats of motorcycling skill from the Seattle Cossacks Stunt and Drill Team.
ARLINGTON — A new layout for the 48th annual Fly-In at the Arlington Airport meant those who entered from the west July 7 were greeted by an assortment of military vehicles and weapons, along with a band of Russian soldiers who looked like they'd stepped out of the last century.
ARLINGTON — Jeff McCloud has been building birdhouses out of recycled wood for 20 years, but it's only been in the past year or so that he's sold them as "Wooden Whatnots of Whitehorse Mountain."
MARYSVILLE – The City Council was on the verge of passing an updated Public Nuisance law anyway, but about 80 people packed the chambers Monday night to have their say.
MARYSVILLE – The Marysville School Board will meet this afternoon to pass a resolution to reimburse substitute teacher Rosemary Cooper for financial losses she could incur as a result of a lawsuit.
TULALIP – Barbara Roy of Arlington was the grand-prize winner in the drawing for meet-and-greet tickets to see Foreigner at the Tulalip Amphitheatre Friday night. But Arlene Klemme of Marysville ended up being the big winner. She placed fourth in the drawing, winning a CD. But Roy also invited her to be her guest at the meet-and-greet. Three people won the Foreigner “Feels Like The First Time” three-package CD. There is a live version in Chicago, a new studio version of classic hits and an all-acoustic CD. Those winners are: Darrin Williams of Marysville, Darice Gamache of Spanaway and Klemme. There were two other winners of the Foreigner “Unplugged” CD in concert. They are Audrey Hanson of Arlington and Marty Fecht of Lake Goodwin. More than two-dozen contestants sent in their favorite Foreigner songs. The results, in order: I Wanna Know What Love Is; Jukebox Hero; It Feels Like the First Time; Hot Blooded; Cold as Ice; A Fool for You Anyway; Double Vision; Head Games: Waiting For a Girl Like You; and Blue Morning, Blue Day. The contest was put on by The Marysville Globe-The Arlington Times in association with the Tulalip Resort Casino and Foreigner’s publicity agent, John Lappen of Las Vegas.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Airport received a famous visitor not just once, but twice in less than a week, as the Goodyear Blimp returned to the airfield July 10, after first touching down there July 4.
ARLINGTON — The city will finally be getting rid of the last of its High-Pressure Sodium light bulbs, and upgrading to the Light-Emitting Diode bulbs that are now standard throughout Snohomish County.
ARLINGTON – For 6 1/2 years, Curtis and Kelly Rookaird feel their lives have been derailed by Burlington Northern Sante Fe. But Curtis said he hopes a federal judge will "stop them in their tracks" next month.
TULALIP – Barbara Roy of Arlington was the grand-prize winner in the drawing for meet-and-greet tickets to see Foreigner at the Tulalip Amphitheatre Friday night.