Lost and found: Family bible back in loved ones’ hands after half century

ARLINGTON – A treasured family Bible given as a wedding gift that went missing for almost 50 years is back… Continue reading

Smokey Point Walmart chosen for pollinator garden pilot project

ARLINGTON – The Smokey Point Walmart store was chosen by the company to join in a pollinator garden pilot project… Continue reading

WWU students to have a go at downtown corridor plan

ARLINGTON – The city is enlisting college students to create a downtown corridor plan and bring a fresh perspective to… Continue reading

Arlington vows to ‘never forget’ 9/11; impart history with generation not yet born (slideshow)

ARLINGTON – Residents gathered at the 9/11 Memorial at Firehouse 46 to remember the innocent victims and public safety personnel… Continue reading

Friday the 13th unlucky for foes of local football teams (slide show)

It was Friday the 13th, but it was only unlucky for the four teams playing our local teams. All four… Continue reading

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MG runners win, as does Arlington in volleyball, soccer, tennis

Cross Country Marysville Getchell The Charger girls won a three-team Wesco 3A race at Strawberry Fields Thursday with 19 points.… Continue reading

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Programs before, not after, addiction key to stopping it

Places like Marysville, Arlington and Snohomish County are doing a great job dealing with the homeless and opioid epidemic through… Continue reading

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‘79 Eagles proud of state football title

ARLINGTON – Forty years ago Arlington won the state football title. That’s a rarity as only a handful of schools Continue reading...

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                                ‘Winter Splash’ is something new to look for in 2020.

Looking ahead to early 2020 arrivals

By Steve Smith Back in March I introduced you to several new plants for 2019. There was a landscape rose Continue reading...

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Learn about comics, Digital Bookmobile at Marysville Library

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville Library will host an expert on comics along with the Digital Bookmobile, both in mid-October. The Continue reading...

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Focus on foliage this fall

I recently read an article on designing with foliage in the garden by a local author, Christina Salwitz. She has Continue reading...

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Great Pumpkin Spice ideas for healthy eaters

It’s Pumpkin Spiced everything season. You might enjoy this fun fall flavor, but it’s important to know what you are… Continue reading

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Work over summer helps prepare students, facilities for new school year in Arlington

By Gary Sabol Staff from Arlington Public Schools spent the summer providing enriching programs to students and working on different… Continue reading

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Marysville gets in touch with community through trucks

MARYSVILLE – Despite cloudy skies thousands of people attended the city’s annual Touch a Truck event Saturday. As always, the… Continue reading

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Marysville honors memory of 9-11

MARYSVILLE – Members of the city police and fire departments and the public paid tribute to those involved in the… Continue reading

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Automotive peace of mind comes easily in Everett

With loaner cars and quality customer service, Everett shops make it worthwhile to pay a visit

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Discover in-home care with a human touch

Western Washington care provider creates a caring, responsive team with you at the centre

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Local biz at Emmy’s

MARYSVILLE – It’s as good as winning an Emmy for David Day. Day, owner of New World Health and Wellness Continue reading...

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