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Marysville City Council news •The council adopted the $352 million biennial budget. Major infrastructure projects include building the First Street Bypass in anticipation of the… Continue reading

  • Nov 27, 2018

Arlington briefs

Nov. 27

  • Nov 27, 2018

Arlington to get $1.6M grant for 204th Street roundabout, problem intersection off Hwy 9

ARLINGTON – City officials learned last week that Arlington is set to be awarded a $1.6 million grant toward the cost of a roundabout at… Continue reading

Arlington goes big, shops small to kick off Hometown Holidays (slide show)

ARLINGTON - Arlington got its first snowfall for the season Saturday. OK, it came from a snow-making machine in a second-story City Hall window on… Continue reading

Arlington Rotarians help restore fish-bearing Portage Creek

ARLINGTON – Arlington Rotary Club volunteers led a community service project to restore a section of Portage Creek, one of two main fish-bearing creeks passing… Continue reading

  • Nov 22, 2018

Arlington briefs

Nov. 20

  • Nov 21, 2018

Freeze hits cold-weather shelter

MARYSVILLE – A Cold-Weather Shelter to help the homeless this winter is getting the cold shoulder. The Damascus Road Church, as it has for many… Continue reading

School repair lab sends computers to Ghana; always looking for more to fix

MARYSVILLE – Teacher Paul LaGrange and his Computer Repair Lab students are continuing to make the world a little bit smaller. The class has been… Continue reading

  • Nov 21, 2018

Some object to lack of public process as Thompson named superintendent of Marysville schools

MARYSVILLE – Since he took over as acting, then interim and now superintendent of the Marysville School District, Jason Thompson has emphasized trying to heal… Continue reading

Arlington City Council adopts biennial budget

ARLINGTON – The City Council adopted a biennial budget Monday that will put more police and firefighters out on local streets, build and repave roads,… Continue reading

‘Know Your Schools’ field trip gives guests a seat in classroom

ARLINGTON – Adults can learn a lot on an organized field trip to Arlington schools that gives a first-hand look at life in the halls… Continue reading

Globe-Times hires new sales reps

Angela Neal and Steve Campbell have been hired to sell advertising for The Marysville Globe and The Arlington Times. Neal, who will sell in Marysville,… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2018

Tax rates go down in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – If the proposed biennial budget is approved by the City Council Nov. 26, property owners will see their tax rates go down. City… Continue reading

Final election results

State Turnout statewide was 70 percent 1631: Add a pollution tax, 61 percent no, 39 percent yes. 1634: Food tax ban, 60 percent yes, 40… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2018

Arlington pays tribute to armed forces during Veterans Day Parade (video)

ARLINGTON – For longtime resident Barbara Hemmann, this year’s Veterans Day parade Sunday along Olympic Avenue in downtown Arlington held special meaning beyond thanking veterans… Continue reading

Pilot Travel Center at Island Crossing to open in mid-December

ARLINGTON - Travelers and truckers along Interstate 5 near Arlington will have a new place to gas up and eat when the Pilot Travel Center… Continue reading

Grave of Civil War soldier re-dedicated in Arlington Pioneer Cemetery (video)

ARLINGTON – Descendants and local genealogists gathered on Veterans Day for the re-dedication of a headstone memorializing a Civil War union soldier in Arlington and… Continue reading

Marysville waiting on grants for Mother Nature’s Window

MARYSVILLE – Crime around the 35-acre Mother Nature’s Window was a topic of conversation at Mayor Jon Nehring’s Coffee Klatch Wednesday. The heavily wooded property… Continue reading

Marysville hiker’s body found by SAR

And other briefs

  • Nov 14, 2018