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Six years ago, Pastor Deena Jones of Arlington United Church was approached by a homeless person looking for help. It wasn’t the first time that someone in need had turned to the church for assistance during cold winter nights, but that didn’t make it any easier to turn him away.
The Nov. 5 general election is only three weeks away, and Snohomish County voters should soon be receiving their ballots.
The Lady Eagles volleyball team faced a tough opponent in Kamiak on Tuesday, Oct. 8, but proved they were up for the challenge.
The Eagles’ tennis team faced the Snohomish Panthers in an away match on Wednesday, Oct. 8, losing overall 6-1 to Snohomish.
Those who drive past the Windermere Real Estate office in downtown Arlington may have noticed what looks like a smaller version of the building on a post near the street. It is not a tiny real estate agency, but a Little Free Library.
The Lady Eagles dominated Cascade in a home match on Tuesday, Oct. 1, with a 9-0 shutout.
The Eagles cross country team warmed up for the Twilight Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 5, when they swept a meet at Everett Memorial Stadium on Thursday, Oct. 3.
ARLINGTON — The Eagles cross country team hosted Shorewood and Mariner at River Meadows Park on Wednesday, Sept. 25 — a successful meet following their near sweep of the South Whidbey invite on Saturday, Sept. 21.
The Eagles hosted the Bearcats on Thursday, Sept. 19, winning 5-2 and showing that No. 1 singles player — senior Trent Sarver — will be tough to beat this season.
The Lady Cougars had two Cascade Conference victories early in the season and remained undefeated after sweeping Granite Falls at home on Thursday, Sept. 19, 3-0.
The Arlington Eagles defeated the Stanwood Spartans in the Stilly Cup on Friday, Sept. 20, in an energetic rivalry game ending in a 34-21 victory for Arlington.
The Lady Eagles won their first match of the season on Monday, Sept. 16, in a non-league competition against Redmond.
It’s time for the Eagles’ volleyball season to begin and with a number of returning varsity athletes plus a crop of talented newcomers, expectations are set high for this season.
Thousands of students, teachers and staff returned to school campuses across Arlington on Sept. 4 for the first day of classes for the 2013-14 school year.
It is Washington’s fourth year offering mountain biking to high school and middle school students and while the season doesn’t start until January, local student riders are already gearing up for the 2014 mountain bike season by getting involved in community events, trail work and, of course, riding with friends.
As school begins again, so too do high school sports, and the Arlington girls soccer team is gearing up for the season — new and improved.
The Lady Cougars are returning to the court for their first week of volleyball practice, and even in a non-competitive practice match they are focused, skilled and working together to communicate for what they hope will be a successful season.
Classrooms were packed at Haller Middle School on Aug. 21-22, though they weren’t students who filled the desks — they were teachers.
The Arlington Eagles are preparing for their first game against Marysville-Pilchuck, and they’ve got some returning talent and newcomers to help them this season.
The Cougars are back on the field for the first week of practice and have quite a few replacements to make, having graduated most of their offensive line — and they are taking the opportunity to be even better.