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ARLINGTON — Celebrity shooter and nationally recognized firearms instructor Gabby Franco will be speaking and teaching classes at the Norpoint Gun Range in Arlington from Aug. 23-25, where she will focus on self-defense, empowering women and preventative safety measures.
ARLINGTON — It's just about football season again and the Arlington Grid Iron Club is hosting its annual Regal Eagle Auction on Saturday, Sept. 7, to raise money for scholarships and equipment to support the Arlington High School football team.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Municipal Airport was packed with hundreds of basketball players and their fans during the annual 3-on-3 X-travaganza basketball tournament on Aug. 10-11.
When police officers, firefighters, K9 units and city officials convene on one location, it’s generally not a good sign. But on Tuesday, Aug. 6, it was a welcome celebration between community members and law enforcement for Arlington’s annual National Night Out Against Crime.
The Arlington Aces hardball league is in full swing for the summer, with local former high school baseball players keeping their skills fresh with weekly games.
Before she ever stepped foot in her kindergarten classroom, Arlington High School senior Morgan Ginnis was in the water.
Ken Klein and Bill Blake were leading in the primary election race for Snohomish County Council District 1 according to preliminary results released as of 5 p.m. on Aug. 8, by the Snohomish County Elections Office.
Haller Middle School’s Stadium was buzzing with red and blue on Sunday, Aug. 4, as hundreds of people crowded the stands for a chance to be an extra in a Hollywood film called ‘Seven Minutes.’
The Arlington Boys & Girls Club is hosting summer sports camps, while sign-ups are just beginning for fall sports programs on Aug. 19.
UPDATE — Filmmakers request that all extras please wear red or blue. No logos, art or copyrighted material of any kind allowed. ARLINGTON — The football stadium at Haller Middle School will soon be used as the location for a film called "Seven Minutes" the feature-length directorial debut from Jay Martin — and the filmmakers are looking for extras to fill the stands.
Maintaining a strong youth sports culture in a single community requires volunteer efforts from dozens of local sports fanatics, who rarely receive recognition for their behind-the-scenes efforts. One such man is Doug Diel, who has been involved in youth sports in Arlington for almost 20 years.
The Cougars hosted 21 schools from around Washington State at the seventh annual Lakewood 7-on-7 Tournament and Lineman Challenge on Saturday, July 27.
Getting a current or former athlete to travel to the suburbs for a free signing can be a bit of a difficulty, but Britt Sports Cards in Arlington is doing just that.
he ninth annual 3-on-3 X-travaganza basketball tournament is set for Aug. 10-11 at the Arlington Airport and is expected to draw hundreds of competitors and thousands of spectators to the Arlington community.
For more than five years, the Arlington Arts Council has offered art opportunities for kids during the annual Street Fair. This year was no exception.
For those who are looking for a new kind of workout, North Sound Kettlebell in Arlington has opened to the public and offers classes in using kettle bells for cardiovascular and strength training.
Stilly Valley Little League’s Junior All-Star team is heading to the state championships on July 20 in Medical Lake, Wash.
New Cougars head basketball coach David Choi is jumping into his role early by hosting a basketball camp with help from Lakewood basketball players from July 8-11.
Haller Park was packed with locals enjoying warm weather and warm pancakes on the morning of July 4, as members of the Arlington Heights Firefighters Association held their 30th annual pancake feed fundraiser.
A local man has spent more than a decade perfecting his skills as a competitive rower and his hard work paid off on Sunday, June 23, when he took home a silver medal from the Northwest Masters Regionals rowing competition in Vancouver, B.C.