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Housing Hope opens Twin Lakes Landing

Thirty-eight families who are currently homeless will soon be transitioning to new homes in Lakewood with the opening of Housing Hope's Twin Lakes Landing project. Housing Hope opened the new...

AHS jazz choir presents 'It's a Wonderful Christmas Show'

The Arlington High School jazz choir Flight ushered in the holiday season with their annual "It's a Wonderful Christmas Show" this December. The choir performed the show on Dec. 1, 2, 8 and 9. The...

Cedarcrest shines with annual Tour of Lights

Families got to ride trains through a Cedarcrest Golf Course that was covered with festive lights and decorations during the annual Marysville Tour of Lights. The event is presented by Marysville...

Horizontal Mixed Use moves toward city code

After much discussion in the past year, Arlington City Council will vote next Monday, Dec. 18, to make the necessary changes to the city code to adopt a Horizontal Mixed Use (HMU) style of development. Languages changes include removing a Transfer...

James looks forward to serving on council

Longtime Marysville resident Mark James will step into the Marysville City Council next year as one of two new council members. In the Nov. 7 general election James defeated incumbent Donna Wright...

Church hosts annual Nativity Festival

More than 500 nativity scenes were set up at Arlington's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as part of the church's annual Arlington Nativity Festival. The event, which is free to the...

'A Simple Gesture' helps food bank

The Arlington Community Food Bank hopes to bag more donations Leaders at the Arlington Community Food Bank found a simple way to encourage people to continue making donations. The food bank will...

Local horse rescue looks for new home

The local All Breed Equine Rez-Q horse rescue in Tulalip will likely have to find a new property next year as the land they lease may go on the market soon. The rescue takes in abandoned, neglected...

Turkey Trot helps food bank

On Thanksgiving morning the Arlington Runners Club and the Rotary Club of Arlington partnered to put on "The Turkey Trot," a 5K run, to benefit the Arlington Community Food Bank. Despite being a...

Tulalip Bay FD holds Santa Run

Tulalip-area firefighters are busy decking out a fire engine with Christmas decorations to spread holiday cheer in the area. They will use the backup engine to bring Santa Claus to the neighborhoods...

Reception honors Wright, Seibert

Members of the community are invited to join the city of Marysville in honoring outgoing City Councilmembers Donna Wright and Jeff Seibert for their collective 42 years of local public service. A...

MSD honors students from every school

Marysville students were recognized for their academic achievements and community participation at a new Awards Night and Family Dinner on Dec. 5. The dinner was designed to celebrate students and...

Arlington Rotary honors students

Two middle and two high school students were recognized Nov. 30 by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference in their respective schools. The Rotarians wanted to recognize students who...

Lynden Christian defeats Eagles 78-41

The Arlington girls basketball team took on one of the best teams in the state when they faced the Lynden Christian Lyncs, on Dec. 8. The Lyncs got off to a fast start as they went on a 9-0 run to...

MG defeats M-PHS 51-22

It was rivalry week as the Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team welcomed the Marysville Getchell Chargers to their home court on Dec. 9. From the tip-off both teams seemed to have trouble...

Flag football group hosts toy drive

The Marysville JPF adult flag football group held their annual toy drive tournament on Dec. 9, bringing in many donations for Toys for Tots. Multiple teams competed throughout the day at Tulalip's...

Tomahawks pummel Chargers 63-38

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball team welcomed their crosstown rivals, the Marysville Getchell Chargers, to their home court on Dec. 9. The tension between both teams could be felt as every...

The December To-Do List for gardeners

I always feel bad sending out a list of chores this month. Somehow it feels like we should be taking this month off and for the most part we probably can, but just in case you didn’t finish the tasks you should have accomplished in November, here...

New Edward Jones office opens in M'ville

Local Andy Smith opened a new Edward Jones financial advising office in Marysville this December. The office, at 4229 76th St. NE, Suite 102, Marysville, held their grand opening on Dec. 6. Smith,...

Accord fosters cooperation

A 28-year-old investment in cooperation and government-to-government relations between Indian tribes and the state of Washington is still paying off today. Through the 1989 Centennial Accord the...

Rev. Kenneth David Taylor

Ken journeyed to his Heavenly home on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. He was born May 31, 1924 in Hardin, Montana. After serving in the Marine Corp during WWII, he settled in Marysville, where he met his...

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