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Herald Publisher Josh O’Connor to lead Sound Publishing

EVERETT – Josh O’Connor, publisher of The Daily Herald, has been appointed President and Publisher of Sound Publishing, the media company announced Friday. He succeeds… Continue reading

Arlington could see a burst of new public art soon

ARLINGTON – The Snohomish County town that covets its reputation for public art is about to go on another binge. A walk around downtown Arlington,… Continue reading

Briefs

Larsen seeks re-election EVERETT - Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-District 2) launches his campaign for re-election for Congress Monday at Scuttlebutt Brewing in Everett. The event… Continue reading

  • Apr 27, 2018

Smokey Point Behavioral Health partners with schools for on-site mental health services

ARLINGTON – Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital is partnering with three local high schools to provide free mental health services for students on each campus at… Continue reading

Larsen works for housing funds

MARYSVILLE – Congressman Rick Larsen is concerned. The Arlington Democrat is worried that programs such as Housing Hope’s could face budget cuts or even elimination… Continue reading

Job fair connects job seekers with private, public sector employees looking to hire

TULALIP – The sixth annual Snohomish County Career Fair provided job seekers on Tuesday with an opportunity to meet with employers actively looking to fill… Continue reading

Longtime Maryfest members get to return, judge rules

MARYSVILLE — A preliminary injunction was granted Tuesday in a lawsuit involving Maryfest, the volunteer organization that runs the Marysville Strawberry Festival. As a result,… Continue reading

SnoCo asks M’ville to join opioid fight

MARYSVILLE – Snohomish County is treating the opioid epidemic as if it is a disaster. It’s Department of Emergency Management and its Opioid Response Multi-Agency… Continue reading

Volunteers with love for trees join Earth Day planting for Quilceda Creek

MARYSVILLE – Justine Brock and her parents trudged through mud and reed canary grass with dozens of Earth Day volunteers Saturday to plant trees in… Continue reading

Conversations with Cops expands to high schools

ARLINGTON- High school students are learning a lot about Arlington police thanks to an outreach program. The “Conversations with Cops” program with officers meeting community… Continue reading

  • Apr 24, 2018

Arlington girl, 15, found

ARLINGTON – Lilly Potter has been found. Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue was looking for 15-year-old Lilly, who was last seen around late… Continue reading

  • Apr 24, 2018

‘Make a decision’ on schools future

MARYSVILLE – “Make a decision.” Jason Thompson, acting superintendent for the Marysville School District, said a number of people told him to do just that… Continue reading

State AG files suit against Maryfest, former VP

MARYSVILLE – The rumors about Maryfest, the local nonprofit that puts on the Marysville Strawberry Festival each year, can finally be put to rest. The… Continue reading

Arlington Rotary donates life-saving defibrillators to police

ARLINGTON – Police are getting life-saving portable defibrillators to keep in their vehicles for emergency calls thanks to a donation from the Arlington Rotary Club.… Continue reading

Man, 88, dies in mobile home fire

MARYSVILLE – An 88-year-old man died Wednesday from injuries suffered in a mobile home fire. Two other people were treated for minor smoke inhalation after… Continue reading

  • Apr 18, 2018

2 Tulalip campus schools look to combine

MARYSVILLE – Principal Ray Houser talked about the desire to combine Mountain View and Arts and Tech high school on the Tulalip campus at the… Continue reading

Key future of M’ville schools meeting Saturday

MARYSVILLE – The last of a six-phase 1 1/2-year process to obtain public input regarding possible changes in secondary schools in Marysville will take place… Continue reading

Longer sentence in son’s killing brings smile to dad’s face (slide show)

EVERETT – Robert Myrick Sr. of Marysville hasn’t smiled much since his son, Robbie Myrick Jr., was killed after a fight last August. But he… Continue reading

AMCAL Multi-Housing wants to build 255-unit senior housing community in Smokey Point

ARLINGTON – Two multi-family projects in the works would add 567 new units for seniors and families to the Smokey Point area, helping meet the… Continue reading

Walk, bike (or drive) to Complete Streets workshop April 26

ARLINGTON – While people’s love affair with their cars has been a way of life so ingrained in American society for decades, some communities are… Continue reading