Life

People keep hopping to Arlington kangaroo farm (slide show)

People keep hopping to Arlington kangaroo farm (slide show)

ARLINGTON – If you like soft kisses go to the Outback Kangaroo Farm. No, silly, don’t kiss a kangaroo. Kiss an alpaca. Michelle Adams, a… Continue reading

People keep hopping to Arlington kangaroo farm (slide show)
Part of the cast of ‘Cabaret.’

Come to the ‘Cabaret’ in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – “Cabaret,” featuring teens ages 15-19 enrolled in Red Curtain’s Summer Stars program, will be performed Aug. 9-11 at its arts center. The award-winning… Continue reading

  • Aug 5, 2019
Part of the cast of ‘Cabaret.’
Arlington Times Logo

Golf tourney raises scholarship money in Arlington

ARLINGTON – A golf tournament that provides scholarships for local graduating high school seniors is looking for sponsors and players. The 5th Annual Todd Evans… Continue reading

  • Aug 5, 2019
Arlington Times Logo
Arlington Times Logo

Auction to help dogs this month

MARYSVILLE – The 3rd Annual Auction Fore the Mutts will take place from 2-6 p.m. Aug. 18 at Cedarcrest Golf Course. There will be games… Continue reading

  • Aug 3, 2019
Arlington Times Logo
‘Most important librarian in world’ reads in Marysville

‘Most important librarian in world’ reads in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – “The most important librarian in the world” read during storytime at the Marysville library Thursday. That’s how U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen introduced Carla… Continue reading

  • Aug 2, 2019
‘Most important librarian in world’ reads in Marysville
Marysville Kiwanis goes big with ‘Crabtoberfest’

Marysville Kiwanis goes big with ‘Crabtoberfest’

MARYSVILLE – For many years the Marysville Kiwanis Club has lacked the big fundraiser other local service organizations have. But not any longer. The club… Continue reading

  • Aug 2, 2019
Marysville Kiwanis goes big with ‘Crabtoberfest’
Arlington Times Logo

Free fest features family fun in Arlington

ARLINGTON – If you want the “Lowdown” on this year’s Stillaguamish Festival of the River, you’ll be doing the “Lido Shuffle” Aug. 11. Legendary group… Continue reading

  • Aug 2, 2019
Arlington Times Logo
Steve Powell/Staff Photo                                 Jared and Lorrie Row hold a painting of Monte Row.

Son takes over in leap of faith

MARYSVILLE – Some might call it circumstance. Others might call it fate. But for Jared Row, it’s about faith. Roe, 35, quit his job at… Continue reading

Steve Powell/Staff Photo                                 Jared and Lorrie Row hold a painting of Monte Row.
Librarian of Congress in Marysville Thursday

Librarian of Congress in Marysville Thursday

MARYSVILLE – The Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden, and U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen are scheduled to visit the Marysville Library at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 1.… Continue reading

  • Jul 30, 2019
Librarian of Congress in Marysville Thursday
Arlington Times Logo

Briefs

Fireworks injury TULALIP — A new Arlington resident was severely injured in a fireworks accident at Boom City July 4. Ryan Maughan, 41, who just… Continue reading

  • Jul 30, 2019
Arlington Times Logo
No room in your garden? Try climbers

No room in your garden? Try climbers

By Steve Smith Anyone who has followed me knows that one of my mantras is “There is always room for one more plant”. No matter… Continue reading

  • Jul 29, 2019
No room in your garden? Try climbers
These four candidates for outgoing City Councilman Rob Toyer’s spot have been coming to the meetings for weeks. Their congeniality is evident as they sit together at the one Monday night. They are Noah Rui, Gary Kemp, Kelly Richards and Todd Fahlman. Residents are getting ballots in the mail now for the Aug. 6 primary election. A political forum Tuesday night at 6:30 at the Red Curtain Center for the Arts will feature council candidates and also the two running for mayor. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)

Marysville Mental Health Court ‘dovetails’ with embedded social worker program

MARYSVILLE – This city’s embedded social worker police program, along with ones in Arlington and Snohomish County, are well-known. But Marysville Municiple Court has a… Continue reading

These four candidates for outgoing City Councilman Rob Toyer’s spot have been coming to the meetings for weeks. Their congeniality is evident as they sit together at the one Monday night. They are Noah Rui, Gary Kemp, Kelly Richards and Todd Fahlman. Residents are getting ballots in the mail now for the Aug. 6 primary election. A political forum Tuesday night at 6:30 at the Red Curtain Center for the Arts will feature council candidates and also the two running for mayor. (Steve Powell/Staff Photo)
Relay participants want to put ACS out of business

Relay participants want to put ACS out of business

MARYSVILLE – Cancer survivor Debbie Bowers said it best. “I want to put the American Cancer Society out of business,” she said at last weekend’s… Continue reading

Relay participants want to put ACS out of business
LEGO robotics a big hit at libraries

LEGO robotics a big hit at libraries

Kathy Smargiassi has many strengths as a children’s librarian. Until a few years ago though, robotics wasn’t one of them. Smargiassi was working at the… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2019
LEGO robotics a big hit at libraries
Libraries update computing, printing, copying services

Libraries update computing, printing, copying services

Sno-Isle Libraries has completed a major update to its public computing, printing and copying services. Customers can still visit any library to use a computer… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2019
Libraries update computing, printing, copying services
Church rounds up visitors for Western Sunday

Church rounds up visitors for Western Sunday

MARYSVILLE – Allen Creek Baptist Church reached out to have a community event it called Western Roundup Sunday. The church, across from Walmart on Highway… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2019
Church rounds up visitors for Western Sunday
One-man band kicks off kids concerts in Marysville

One-man band kicks off kids concerts in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – Eric Haines and his one-man band performed in front of about 100 people at the opening of the Summmer Children’s Concert Series Tuesday.… Continue reading

  • Jul 17, 2019
One-man band kicks off kids concerts in Marysville
Golf tourney raises $34K for special needs events

Golf tourney raises $34K for special needs events

TULALIP – The 5th Annual Leah’s Dream Foundation golf tournament Saturday brought in more than $34,000 to help people with special needs. Foundation member Amy… Continue reading

Golf tourney raises $34K for special needs events
Marysville moms help raise funds to find cure for CF

Marysville moms help raise funds to find cure for CF

TULALIP – When Keldan Pablo and Kaidynce Olsen got their picture taken, they had to be separated by their moms Kelsie and Cortney. Not because… Continue reading

Marysville moms help raise funds to find cure for CF
The free library. (Courtesy Photo)

Youth groups build free library near church on 4th in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – A Girl Scout group worked with some Webelos to build a Little Free Library at 1607 4th St. Marysville Scouts BSA Pack 180… Continue reading

  • Jul 10, 2019
The free library. (Courtesy Photo)