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We’re urging you to vote yes for libraries on April 24 and here are just a few of the reasons why. Sno-Isle is an excellent… Continue reading
In response to your recent editorial in support of school levies, I offer a few reasons why I have voted against them. •Government workers have… Continue reading
As a mom of five children who are either current, former or future students in the Marysville School District, I felt compelled to share my… Continue reading
Vote for bonds Arlington voters on Feb. 13 will be asked to authorize the district to issue $107.5 million in bonds to build a replacement… Continue reading
Elect Stickles This is my recommendation for the re-election of Jesica Stickles to the Arlington City Council. I have gotten to know Jesica over the… Continue reading
In regard to the closure of the Olympic Theatre, I wish to sincerely thank my patrons, staff and many friends of the Olympic Theatre for all of their support and patronage the past 37 years of my ownership and operation of the theater here in Arlington.
As a committee member of the annual Arlington Dragstrip Reunion and Car Show, the Port Gardner Vintage Auto Club would like to thank all of you that made this annual event such a success for our local charities. The 10th Annual event was held Sept. 14 at the Arlington Ultra Light Air Strip and the following people made it all possible:
I know this must really stick in the gullet of Liberals, but I guess maybe the Republicans were right. Obamacare is being shut down for an “extended” fix.
I am writing today to endorse Jesica Stickles for Arlington City Council.
I am supporting Bill Blake for Snohomish County Council, District 1.
I was so happy to hear, as would my late husband Arlington City Councilmember Scott Solla, that Jesica Stickles was running for City Council for Arlington.
Arlington boys basketball would like to take this opportunity to recognize many, but not all of the people, groups, and organizations who have been a huge part of our incredible journey this year.
s it too much to ask that our elected county office holders simply do the job they were elected to do? I read the past articles and letters to the editor regarding the activities of various county employees and the County Executive and all sorts of “cloak and dagger” emailing, FOI requests, and smooth–talking non-answers regarding all this activity and wonder why they aren’t simply doing the work of the county and nothing more or less and regarding their public office as an opportunity to uphold it with dignity, honesty and integrity?