ARLINGTON – Lanette Ziegler’s class at Haller Middle School created ornaments for the Christmas tree in the Capitol in Olympia.
ARLINGTON — What began as a simple rearrangement of the lounge’s decor led members of American Legion Post 76 to discover a 71-year-old piece of history that had been sitting under their noses for decades.
TULALIP – Students and community members packed the Quil Ceda Elementary School gym Nov. 25 for Tulalip Day.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Community Food Bank had a harder time than usual preparing for the start of its Thanksgiving basket distributions on Nov. 20.
ARLINGTON — Christy Whetstine is glad to be back home at 223 N. Olympic Ave. Whetstine had worked as a waitress for 15 years at Brooster’s restaurant, and was there when owner Bruce Bruch died of lung cancer in 2008.
ARLINGTON – Angel of the Winds Casino-Hotel, owned and operated by the Stillaguamish Tribe, is announcing the opening of Washington’s first tribally owned and operated Micro Brewery - Angel’s Tap House Brewery.
Thanksgiving in the United States came about on Nov. 26, 1789. President George Washington, by recommendation of both houses of Congress, suggested that a day of “thanksgiving and prayer” be established.
MARYSVILLE – Marysville police have arrested a 31-year-old Lake Stevens woman for allegedly stealing a package off the front porch of a Marysville home last week.
LAKEWOOD — The Lakewood school board voted unanimously Nov. 18 to put two replacement levies on the ballot, one for educational programs and operations, the other for capital projects and technology.
MARYSVILLE — Hop Jack's opened in Smokey Point Nov. 23 at The Marketplace. The 4,400-square-foot restaurant and bar expects to employ 80 people at 2623 172nd St. NE.
ARLINGTON – When Debbie Howell’s son died of cancer 11 years ago, she decided she wanted to help others suffering the same pain.
ARLINGTON — Shame enables drug addiction. All the speakers agreed on that message at the Nov. 19 “Beyond the Shadows” event.
ARLINGTON — A weekend of moderate flooding that led to the temporary closures of Haller and Twin Rivers parks served as a prelude for a more severe storm the following week.
MARYSVILLE – Flat Track Roller Derby came to Marysville Nov. 21 at the Marysville Skate Center as Skagit Valley lost to the Spokannibals 323-88.
MARYSVILLE – MOD Pizza in downtown Marysville on the corner of State and Fourth opened to a packed house Friday, and business was brisk through the weekend.
PUYALLUP — It may not have ended the way Arlington wanted it to, but the girls soccer team enjoyed their time in Puyallup and placed fourth in the state with a record of 17-6.
Arlington and Lakewood winter sports teams ready themselves for the season.
MARYSVILLE – History is in the making. The city is getting its first new museum in 125 years.
MARYSVILLE – An up to 45-member citizen advisory committee has been looking at what the Marysville School District needs in the way of building new and updating schools for eight months.
It’s the calm after the storm. The wind huffed and puffed and blew a lot of trees down Tuesday night, causing power outages and major commuting problems in North Snohomish County and elsewhere.