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10 Years Ago 1997
ARLINGTON Cascade Valley Hospital staff met with community members Feb. 7 to discuss what the hospitals neighbors and patients can expect from the upcoming renovation and expansion project.
ARLINGTON Cal Kinney declines to call attention to himself, but his legacy of service to the community has done so for him.
ARLINGTON Arlington High Schools culinary career class students are cooking.
ARLINGTON After after winning the $2.3 million Lotto jackpot, Arlington resident Owen Osborns concerns remained practical.
Albert Bowles, age 98, was recognized recently as resident of the month at Olympic Place in Arlington
ARLINGTON The Stillaguamish Senior Centers first Senior Health and Wellness Fair in a number of years isnt until Sept. 12, but because theyre still looking for prospective booths, they want to get the word out early.
Arlington Art Hutton was elected president of the board of Village Community Services recently, succeeding Vicki Adams who passed on the gavel after leading the agency for nine years.
ARLINGTON Gene Glascock was seen riding his horse through Bryant, north of Arlington, late afternoon Wednesday, July 18 and after several calls into the Arlington Times office about him, Beth Hill confirmed he would be arriving at her house Thursday afternoon.
ARLINGTON Arlington School District Deputy Superintendent Warren Hopkins requested the approval of four new courses for the Arlington High School Vocational Department for the 2007-2008 school year, but AHS Vocational Director Brett Sarver reported that five courses are on tap for the coming school year.
ARLINGTON Angie Drake enjoyed cleaning houses and wanted to do her part to help the environment, so Eco-Cleaning seemed like a natural way to bring those interests together.
ARLINGTON Rita Harris had never been to the East Coast before.
From left, Kristin Kinnamon, Jennifer Bravo, Ginger Dollarhide and Jeannette Elmquist chat during the Arlington Visitor Information Centers open house Tuesday, July 31
ARLINGTON Sarah Hegge received the first Arlington Kiwanis Club Community Recognition Award at the clubs annual installation banquet Sept. 19.
MARYSVILLE All Sno-Isle Libraries branches will be closed on Monday, Oct. 8 for an all-staff training. The branches will re-open at their normal times on Tuesday, Oct. 9.
ARLINGTON The second layer of asphalt is down on the final section of the Olympic Avenue street project and the final tweaking will be done by the end of September, said Paul Ellis, the citys capital projects manager.
ARLINGTON City and school district officials met at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center for their bimonthly joint meeting Monday, April 14, and the BPAC was at the top of the agenda.
ARLINGTON A building seen for years as an eyesore is set to be revitalized with the rest of the citys downtown.
Principal Ed Aylesworth was the perfect person to recognize the historical significance of Trafton School Friday, April 18, when school district officials and friends gathered to honor the designation of the school as an historical site.
ARLINGTON Most people dont look forward to going to jail, but many of Arlingtons more upstanding citizens were eager to be handcuffed and confined by law enforcement April 9.