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Arlington steps out for annual Fourth of July parade

ARLINGTON – This year’s traditional Fourth of July Grand Parade had the kind of energy that would have made our nation’s founding fathers feel like… Continue reading

  • Jul 10, 2019

Goodbye: After 30 years, Ballew goes out with a bang

MARYSVILLE – Jim Ballew is going out with a bang. The city parks director for 30 years, who was a driving force behind Marysville’s impressive… Continue reading

Arlington man sentenced for sex abuse of minor

ARLINGTON – A 36-year-old Arlington man was recently sentenced in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to three years in prison and 15 years of supervised… Continue reading

  • Jul 8, 2019

Free small business digital marketing class

The NW Innovation Resource Center and City of Arlington are hosting a free workshop that will share with small business owners several digital marketing tips… Continue reading

  • Jul 8, 2019

Arlington City Council to discuss fireworks ban

ARLINGTON – The City Council is considering a ban on fireworks and will discuss several options at a work session later in July. Existing city… Continue reading

Cascade Industrial Center: New name for investment in Arlington, Marysville

SEATTLE – The Cascade Industrial Center – formerly the Arlington-Marysville Manufacturing and Industrial Center – became the region’s designated regional Manufacturing Industrial Center by the… Continue reading

Cascade Industrial Center brand growing from roots of Arlington Awaits

ARLINGTON – Marketing alone won’t attract investors to the newly designated Cascade Industrial Center in Arlington and Marysville, but it has created a buzz over… Continue reading

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                                Construction continues on the new Quilceda Creek Casino just off Interstate 5.

New casino, hall, marina add to economic power of Tulalip

TULALIP – The Tulalip Tribes already are a huge economic force in the region, and three projects in the works are only going to add… Continue reading

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                                Construction continues on the new Quilceda Creek Casino just off Interstate 5.

Powerline Trail gets a charge from Marysville, L.S.

MARYSVILLE – A trail between Lake Stevens and Marysville is in the works that could eventually connect with three existing trails and become a regional… Continue reading

A four-car accident closed Highway 9 for some time Tuesday afternoon. (Courtesy Photo)

4-car accident shuts down Highway 9

MARYSVILLE — One man suffered critical injuries, and three other people were hurt in a four-car crash Tuesday afternoon on Highway 9. Troopers shut down… Continue reading

  • Jul 3, 2019
A four-car accident closed Highway 9 for some time Tuesday afternoon. (Courtesy Photo)

Arlington man, 22, arrested in killing

By Zachariah Bryan For the Globe-Times EVERETT — Police are investigating if a series of escalating confrontations led to a homicidal hit-and-run June 28 in… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2019

Marysville announces free summer movie lineup

MARYSVILLE – The city has announced its free movie lineup for this summer’s Popcorn in the Park series. New this year will be movie theme-related… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2019

Deaths

Marysville Barbara Beattie, 84, June 23 Steven Brizer, 60, June 23 Marlene Eiden, 82, June 22 Robert Jobin Jr., 53, June 22 David Johnson, 85,… Continue reading

  • Jul 2, 2019

Arlington, Marysville plan bang up 4th of July

Arlington 4th of July celebration will bring out the red, white and blue in festival-goers as families start the day with a fundraiser pancake breakfast,… Continue reading

  • Jun 28, 2019

Designation means more family wage jobs in Marysville

For years, Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring has been touting the city as a place to live, work and play. He’s been right about living and… Continue reading

  • Jun 27, 2019

Plan to reduce traffic woes in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – Traffic continues to be a main concern of city residents, and the city’s new six-year Transportation Improvement Program continues to try to address… Continue reading

Arlington Police Bike Rodeo teaches kids rules for safe ride

ARLINGTON – When it comes to Arlington police efforts to promote child safety behind the handlebars, this isn’t their first bike rodeo. But it has… Continue reading

Arlington Community Band needs musicians who can march, carry a tune

ARLINGTON – While roadie-ing days are behind her with two high school percussionists off in college, Kristi Neeleman is still a band mom devoted to… Continue reading

  • Jun 22, 2019

Jake’s House Church members pitch in to ‘Beautify Arlington’

ARLINGTON - Over 100 members of Jake’s House Church shared their love for community during a first-ever “Beautify Arlington” service project this month. Church members… Continue reading

Uplands housing proposal could be catalyst for Country Charm recreational access

ARLINGTON – Country Charm Recreation and Conservation Area, the largest reigning jewel in Arlington’s parks system at 140 acres, is also its least accessible. That… Continue reading