EVERETT — An Oso couple was shot before their bodies were buried in the hills near their home, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner reported Thursday.
Tony Clyde Reed was taken into custody May 16 by the U.S. Marshals Service and booked into the San Diego County jail.
ARLINGTON — Every time Chevi Jefferson, 7, descended the slippery wet wooden steps outside her front door on a rainy day, her bus driver, Dana McCollum, would gasp and pray she didn't trip.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington City Council is considering whether to award a contract for a comprehensive salary survey.
ARLINGTON — The city is poised to accept a Federal Aviation Administration grant to design lighting for the Arlington Airport's primary taxiway.
OSO – Detectives have found the remains of one man and one woman in the Oso area.
SMOKEY POINT — Sno-Isle Libraries is looking to fill a service gap in Smokey Point/Lakewood.
ARLINGTON — "Housing insecurity can have a lasting effect on families," said Kristina Gallant, housing affordability analyst for the Housing Authority of Snohomish County.
ARLINGTON — Principal Kerri Helgeson explained to the Arlington school board March 14 that Pioneer Elementary helps out students who have special needs, not only with advanced learning technology, but also with peer helpers their own age.
EVRETT — The Arlington baseball team defeated Marysville-Pilchuck 7-3 in the 3A district third-place game May 14, earning them a spot in the state tournament.
ARLINGTON — The Northwest Innovation Resource Center paid a visit to Arlington May 11 at the City Council Chambers with a two-part seminar.
ARLINGTON — One day, Austin Faux decided to be good at golf.
DUVALL — The Lakewood boys and girls track teams both placed first out of four teams at the 2A sub-district championship at Cedarcrest High School May 11.
ARLINGTON — As spring turns to summer, local motorists can look forward to more road construction work.
MARYSVILLE — It wasn't their first time working in the weeds in Comeford Park, but the 35 employees of the Marysville branch of Keller Williams Realty had a new reason to focus on this particular city park for the company's Red Day of community service May 12.
EVERETT — Arlington and Marysville-Pilchuck will compete for the 3A district third-place crown Saturday, May 14, at Everett Memorial Stadium at 4 p.m.
Praise to all of the moms in the world. Without you, where would we be?
MARYSVILLE — Chandler Bishop pitched and was two-for-four at the plate hitting two RBI, and Kendall Fields hit a triple and two RBI as Arlington's softball team beat Marysville-Pilchuck 11-5 May 3.
ARLINGTON — A steamroller is not a traditional art tool, but a donation from Rex’s Rentals allowed Emily Palmiter’s students at Arlington High School to create eye-catching linoleum prints depicting the Pacific Northwest.
LAKEWOOD – Comments are being sought by the city of Marysville for the Lakewood Neighborhood Master Plan.