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ARLINGTON Ben Burgoyne finally stopped piloting his own plane this year, but at the age of 90, hes still flying high.
A weekend full of a thousand heart-warming moments
ARLINGTON The 17-year land-use dispute over Island Crossing seems to be headed for the Washington State Supreme Court in light of the Washington State Court of Appeals reaffirmation of its previous decision.
DARRINGTON The Darrington High School senior graduating class was treated to a rendition of Don McLeans famous Miss American Pie song by salutatorian Jordan Grimmer during its June 10 graduation ceremony.
MARYSVILLE The Masters Touch Christian School Class of 2007 was the last class of students who will ever graduate from MTCS.
ARLINGTON After the June 8 filing deadline for town, city and school district offices, Arlington Mayor Margaret Larson and City Council members Marilyn Oertle, in Position 5, and Dick Butner, in Position 6, found themselves running unopposed, but there are still a few races with competition in North Snohomish County.
ARLINGTON The 29th Annual Post Middle School Social Studies Fair drew a packed house June 2, and proud parents and school staff turned out to inspect the reports and displays that the eighth-grade students have been working on since the end of January.
ARLINGTON Even though the B in BCS Computer stands for Business, BCS owner and manager Mike DeLuca wants customers to know that he can cater to many of their home computer needs as well.
ARLINGTON Seniors enjoyed a luau with their friends and families at the Olympic Place Retirement and Assisted Living Community Sept. 20.
ARLINGTON Close to four-dozen area families received support from regional law enforcement, military members, businesses and other organizations, during the Fraternal Order of Polices fifth-annual Shop with a Cop program in Snohomish County.
ARLINGTON Students at Arlington Christian School were asked to contemplate The Most Unforgettable Person Ive Ever Known for their Arts & Authors project, coordinated by Sheila Craft and the entire student body presented their finished projects at the Arts & Author Night Open House in the evening of Jan. 31.
HALLER PARK The smell of bacon over Legion Park had diminished in time for the Kiwanis Auction at noon Friday, July 4. Big black clouds billowed overhead, cracking with light every now and then, but they never shed rain on the large crowd of Kiwanis supporters ready to bid.
ARLINGTON Two years of hard work went into the planning and execution of the Arlington Disc Golf Course located at Twin Rivers Park. Hours of clearing out blackberry brush and hacking through weeds reached a culminating event on June 16 when the course officially opened to the public.
ARLINGTON With the Fourth of July fast approaching, Arlington Fire Department Deputy Chief Tom Cooper wants to remind all area residents of when its legal to purchase and set off their fireworks, as well as to let them know what fireworks are legal to purchase and set off, for the sake of their own safety.
ARLINGTON Within the past week, the Arlington School District has bid farewell to two more of its schools graduating classes for this year, sending each of them off with best wishes and advice for the future.
SMOKEY POINT As of press time, Arlington Police are still searching for the suspect in a June 15 bank robbery in Smokey Point.
ARLINGTON Sharon Shaw announced recently that she will be leaving her position as executive director of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce June 30.
Across the world, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints desire to touch lives and lift their fellow men. In small and simple ways, they follow the example of Jesus Christ in their inspired efforts to lift up the hands which hang down, and strengthen the feeble knees.