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Local police officer helps send bikes to Zambia

One Marysville police officer helped to send 24 bicycles around the world to Zambia where they are helping locals have reliable transportation. Police officer Joe Belleme said he learned about the...

ASD bond would improve schools

Arlington School District voters will make a decision on Feb. 13 regarding a $107.5 million bond proposal which funds a variety of projects, including replacing Post Middle School. All schools would...

Housing Hope helps local families build their own homes

Eight local families finished building their own homes this January as part of Housing Hope's Team HomeBuilding program. The eight families moved into the Arlington homes on Jan. 12 after a ceremony ...

Work underway to install new medians on 67th Ave.

The city of Arlington is installing new medians on 67th Avenue NE that could become a standard model for the city's traffic dividers. Work began on the medians on Jan. 8. Arlington Maintenance and...

Pierman, Estudillo are Students of the Month

Arthur Estudillo and Abagail Pierman, two Arts and Technology High School seniors, were recognized as January's Students of the Month. The two students were honored for their academic involvement at...

Swimmers host Lynnwood, Meadowdale

The Marysville boys swim and dive teams welcomed the Lynnwood Royals and the Meadowdale Mavericks to their pool on Jan. 11. Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell entered this swim meet without...

Grace Academy defeats Lopez Island 58-35

The Grace Academy boys basketball team took on the Lopez Island Lobos as they looked to improve on their successful season, on Jan. 11. The Eagles got off to a strong start as they fed off their...

M-P grapplers remain undefeated

The Marysville-Pilchuck wrestling team looked to continue their undefeated season against their cross-town rival Marysville Getchell Chargers on Jan. 12. The Tomahawks struck first as they secured...

Houseplants are all the rage (again)

Houseplants are all the rage (again). That's right, back in the late 60's and early 70's everyone was decorating their homes and apartments with all sorts of foliage plants and even making macramé...

Hit the reset button and make your health a priority

Happy New Year! As we move out of a season full of indulgences like eating sugary and rich foods, drinking alcohol and staying up late, now is the time to hit the reset button and make your health a...

Ecosystem out of balance

All natural resources are connected and we are all connected to them, but most of those resources are not being managed as part of a larger whole, and that can lead to huge imbalances in this...

Vote 'Yes' for kids

Our family moved to Arlington 12 years ago, and have enjoyed having our six kids in the Arlington School District. They have been very blessed to have excellent teachers, programs and activities. However, our schools have some room for improvement....

Nicholas Ray Berner

Nicholas Ray Berner, 32, passed away Jan. 2, 2018. He was born Feb. 27, 1985 in Everett, WA to Don Berner and Sally Niswanger. He grew up in surrounding cities of Everett, Mukilteo being his...

Elizabeth Hiatt (Betty) Erbeck

Elizabeth (Betty) Hiatt Erbeck of Marysville, WA died on Monday, January 1, 2018 just 10 days prior to her 103rd birthday. Betty was born on Jan. 11, 1915 to Judson and Katherine Hiatt of Hinsdale,...

John (Jack) Dugger

John (Jack) Dugger, 90, of Arlington, WA died January 1, 2018. Jack was born to Ethel and Jack Dugger in Shelton, WA on December 21, 1927. He was the oldest of five children. He spent his school...

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