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Upgrades done at Wenberg Park

LAKE GOODWIN — Last summer’s inconvenience will lead to years of improved fun at Wenberg Park on Lake Goodwin. The park was closed for $3… Continue reading

  • Dec 26, 2018

Arlington woman arrested in Burger King robbery

ARLINGTON – Police arrested a 37-year-old Arlington woman Dec. 19 for a November armed robbery of Burger King in the 20300 block of 77th Avenue… Continue reading

  • Dec 24, 2018

Council approves $145,000 to fund tourism-related activities

ARLINGTON – The City Council on Monday approved $145,000 for tourism-related projects that will support the annual Fly-In, enrich the arts community, expand summer music… Continue reading

Arlington briefs

Eagle Festival entries sought; so are homeless shelter volunteers; record Santa Run; Christmas tree pickup

  • Dec 21, 2018

Sheriff’s Office wants help ID’ing costumed man who robbed Trafton Store; may be linked to 5 robberies in past week, 2 in Arlington

ARLINGTON – A man dressed in what appeared to be a reindeer onesie costume is still on the loose after robbing the Trafton General Store… Continue reading

Toyer to give up council spot to run for county treasurer

MARYSVILLE — City Councilman Rob Toyer said Wednesday he will not seek re-election as he is running for Snohomish County treasurer next year instead. Toyer’s… Continue reading

  • Dec 20, 2018

Marysville, church volunteers clean up nuisance property

MARYSVILLE – Mike Oleson got an early Christmas present Tuesday - one he’d been wanting for five years. Code Enforcement and other city workers, along… Continue reading

Marysville buys last home for First Street Bypass

MARYSVILLE – It took a while, but the city has purchased the last house on First Street, paving the way for the First Street Bypass.… Continue reading

  • Dec 18, 2018

Christmas tree catches fire

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Fire District reminds everyone to celebrate the holidays safely after a recent fire near a family’s Christmas tree. An extension cord… Continue reading

  • Dec 18, 2018

Tonight’s Tour of Lights turned off because of high winds

MARYSVILLE – Tonight’s Tour of Lights at Cedarcrest Golf Course is canceled due to concern for public safety. A storm of extreme weather is forecasted… Continue reading

  • Dec 14, 2018

Hammering out RAP’s details

MARYSVILLE – Local legislators plan to support a bill that would help fund the startup of the proposed Regional Apprenticeship Pathways Center at Marysville-Pilchuck High… Continue reading

Arlington in Top 10 for ‘Small Business Revolution – Main Street’ show on Hulu

ARLINGTON – Arlington couldn’t have scripted it better, and just in time for the holidays. The city is among the Top 10 communities that will… Continue reading

Arlington briefs

Dec. 11

  • Dec 11, 2018

Arlington Fire medic units now equipped with grant-funded power cots

ARLINGTON – The techniques used by paramedics and firefighters to transport patients at the scenes of accidents and emergencies save lives, but all that lifting… Continue reading

Arlington Schools Board OKs running leaner bond proposal in February for 3rd try

ARLINGTON – The Arlington School Board Monday approved running a construction and security bond measure in a February special election for a third try with… Continue reading

AHS’ DECA Club students are Santa’s Helpers keeping spirits bright for families in need

ARLINGTON – Thanks to the hard work of Santa’s Helpers, dozens of kids in need and their families in Arlington will have a happier Christmas… Continue reading

All blood types needed for Carbajal Memorial Drive Dec. 15

ARLINGTON - The Carbahal Family Memorial Blood Drive is teaming with Bloodworks Northwest asking people to roll up their sleaves during this critical time Dec.… Continue reading

  • Dec 10, 2018

Recycling fees to rise slightly after China ban on ‘dirty’ recyclables

ARLINGTON – Not to be a Grinch, but if you’re in the habit of squeezing your gift-wrapping paper, ribbons and bows into a big ball… Continue reading

Council adopts Arlington-Marysville manufacturing industrial center plan

ARLINGTON – The City Council Monday approved the Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center subarea plan, a key step in the area’s goals to become a designated… Continue reading

Investigation slows charges in Arlington teen sex crime case

ARLINGTON – A Snohomish County deputy prosecutor said Monday that a now 35-year-old Arlington woman arrested last summer on suspicion of various sex crimes with… Continue reading