As fire chief for North County Fire/EMS, I want to remind our community that an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) levy renewal is on their primary… Continue reading
North County Firefighters currently have the privilege of providing emergency medical services to the residents of North County Fire and EMS. Some of the communities… Continue reading
“First Class” subsidies on Amtrak are paid by you, if you are a taxpayer. How many of you actually can even take a weekend car… Continue reading
PAC’s and Special Interest Lobbyists spend over $10 million a day per The Examiner (4/29/10) to secure their wishes with Congresspeople.
The Relay for Life keeps on giving even after the event is over. I would like to extend a big thank you to the Marysville Fire Department for their participation in the North Snohomish County Relay.
Thank you for the on-line responses to my letter to the editor about historic Trafton Schoolhouse. I appreciate your points and your cordiality.For the record,… Continue reading
With 122 years from generation to generation;
Here in Arlington, the bell shall ring.
I am writing to express my sympathies for all those affected by the problem of closing Trafton School in Arlington. It is troublesome for the entire district as well.
Recently I was shopping at the Marysville Walmart store. The young lady ahead of me in the checkstand had purchased some items and then stated… Continue reading
Thanks to Mr. Graef for his concern with mothers and their hand-held electronic (crack devices) toys. Our precious children have such a short window in… Continue reading
The members of the Arlington Free Methodist Church and the Missions Committee want to pass on a very heart-felt thanks to all the people who… Continue reading
“They represent, I believe, the most responsible decisions we could make with the constraints we faced.” These words were in the latest press release of… Continue reading
In 2007 I purchased a beautiful home by the Stillaguamish River. I thought I was doing everything the right way. I saved 20 percent for… Continue reading
Our prisons are wastelands for the mentally ill. The segregated units where many are housed are numerous tiers of dingy, claustrophobic cells. Places where these… Continue reading
We are very fortunate to live in a city that takes justifiable pride in itself and offers a close knittedness that’s all too often taken… Continue reading
In the Oct. 21, 2009, issue of “The Arlington Times” there is a front-page story regarding “Graffiti and public perception.” In this article, it states… Continue reading
We respectfully request that you join us in supporting Rico Tessandore, Attorney at Law, in the upcoming election.Born into a working-class family, Rico was raised… Continue reading