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ARLINGTON – When John Ellis of Arlington sits in his back yard on a sunny day strumming, “When the Saints… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE — Federal investigators were at the scene Thursday of a fatal plane crash near the Arlington Airport. Ironically, plane… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – Native American dancers, singers and drummers from all over participated in the 30th Annual Festival of the River… Continue reading
By Lorraine Loomis Treaty Indian tribes in Western Washington are outraged that the Environmental Protection Agency is advancing the agenda Continue reading...
ARLINGTON – A golf tournament that provides scholarships for local graduating high school seniors is looking for sponsors and players.… Continue reading
ARLINGTON – The sound of vintage aircraft in the skies over Arlington, ground-level whir of illuminated drones in formation and… Continue reading
I haven’t watched much TV for years. Despite all the channels, there just doesn’t seem to be many good shows. Continue reading...
You want me to answer my emails.” A smattering of laughter and applause echoed through the hotel conference room. My Continue reading...
MARYSVILLE – The 5-year-old Marysville Farmers Market was in trouble. The director was leaving to start his own church. Another… Continue reading
MARYSVILLE – Years ago, people, young ones especially, feared police. Now, police in the Marysville Police Department want to be… Continue reading
Western Washington care provider creates a caring, responsive team with you at the centre
John is an attendee of Computer Literacy Workshops being held this month Continue reading...
When Remedy Tulalip opened its doors, it did so under a simple, Continue reading...
Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards $95,000 in scholarships to Washington students
August can be a surprisingly busy month in the garden. Here are five timely chores, if attended to this month, Continue reading...