TULALIP – Native Americans are six times more likely to die from an overdose of heroin than whites in Snohomish County, a new report says.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington wrestling team defeated Marysville Getchell 64-6 Jan. 27.
Seems like everyone is on the Seattle Seahawks bandwagon now, but the question remains, "Are You A True 12?"
ARLINGTON – Both of the victims who died in a fire in Arlington Jan. 19 have now been identified.
ARLINGTON — At the same time that the Arlington City Council rescinded rate increases for its water, sewer and storm utilities, the council also agreed to contract with the FCS Group for a detailed financial analysis of its water and sewer utility rates and connection fees.
MARYSVILLE — At 7:56 a.m. on Jan. 23, the Marysville Fire District responded to the scene of a storage facility located at 6902 27th Ave. NE.
The term “College and Career Readiness” has gained popularity in our vocabulary over the past decade. College and Career Readiness is more than a new term; it is a new way of looking at the number and kind of credits that students earn in high school in order to be prepared for their post-high school life.
MARYSVILLE – Juan E. Arias, a 22-year-old Marysville man, died Jan. 22 when his vehicle lost control and hit another car head-on at Highway 9 at the Snohomish River at about 3:26 p.m.
ARLINGTON — Sunday's game made for intense viewing for Seattle Seahawks fans. Visitors to the Arlington Free Methodist Church were on the edge of their seats Jan. 18, as they were treated to buffet lines of freshly cooked meals and desserts, while watching a heart-pounding post-season game.
Despite Paul Coleman's 14 points and seven rebounds, Lakewood fell to Archbishop Murphy 59-45 in a conference basketball game Jan. 20.
ARLINGTON — Six-foot-three Arlington senior Nathan Aune worked to get his career-first slam dunk Jan 20.
MARYSVILLE — Lakewood High School senior Kalan Knott had never volunteered for community service during Martin Luther King Jr. Day before, and had never volunteered at a food bank before, but this year, he wanted to get involved.
ARLINGTON — Investigators made sure the roof of a burned-out mobile home was stable before they entered Jan. 20, the morning after a fire in the 16400 block of Jordan Way.
ARLINGTON — When the Arlington School District ran its $3 million levy proposal in November, to replace 26 of its 53 buses, the measure received 48 percent approval, just shy of the simple majority needed to pass.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington wrestling team placed sixth at the M-P Premier tournament Jan. 17.
ARLINGTON — The first phase of proposed reforms for the Arlington Police Department hinges on replacing two commander positions with an additional patrol officer and a deputy police chief.
One might think state lawmakers representing Snohomish County routinely break bread to sift out the causes and concerns on which they’ll unite in a legislative session. But you’d be wrong.
ARLINGTON — The city recently came one step closer to giving citizens more input into the salaries of their elected officials, as the City Council reviewed a draft ordinance to create a Citizen Salary Review Commission.
SMOKEY POINT — "This will be a last look at 2014, but more importantly, it will be a look ahead to 2015," Paul Ellis, the new city administrator for Arlington, said as he delivered the State of the City address Jan. 13 to the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce.
The Arlington girls basketball team won its second conference game dominating Oak Harbor 64-11 Jan. 14.