ARLINGTON — A pair of Arlington High School seniors have been singled out for statewide attention in their respective fields.
ARLINGTON — The Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics reported on their facilities construction at the May 13 luncheon meeting of the Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce, and invited community members to attend their May 31 groundbreaking ceremony.
ARLINGTON— Arlington High School senior Jacob Aylesworth will be starting his freshman year at the University of Washington in the fall, but this summer, he’ll be taking a historic trip to China.
More than 50 contestants from across the state and even Canada turned out for the Snohomish County All American Girl preliminary pageant Feb. 27, more than doubling the pageant’s usual preliminary turnout numbers.
While the skies might have turned slightly gray and rainy over the Arlington Municipal Airport by the next day, the first day of this year’s Arlington Fly-In treated thousands of children to aviation-themed fun in the hot summer sun. The traditional opening day Wednesday “Kids Day” on July 6 drew even more attendees than Arlington Fly-In Executive Director Barbara Tolbert could keep track of exactly.
The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Association’s 101st annual “Pioneer Picnic” on Sunday, Aug. 18, recapped the city of Arlington’s past year while offering promises of what its citizens could look forward to in the year that lies ahead.
The Tulalip Tribes hit a new high-water mark by “raising their hands” to 300 community and non-profit groups to the tune of a record-setting $5.48 million this year. The 18th annual “Raising Hands Celebration of Community” recognition dinner, in the Orca Ballroom of the Tulalip Resort on Sept. 24, dispensed funds to organizations both locally and throughout the state, as Tulalip Tribal Board Chair Mel Sheldon Jr. credited those in attendance with benefiting not only the Tribes, but also the broader communities beyond.