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Snohomish County Elections office releases preliminary results for Feb. 13 Special Election

The Snohomish County Elections office has released the preliminary results for the Feb. 13 Special Election. The results listed are current as of 8 p.m. on Feb. 13. The Arlington SD Proposition No. 1, Bonds to Construct and Renovate School...

Leah's Dream Foundation holds Valentine's Party

The local Leah's Dream Foundation held their second annual Valentine's Party for those with autism or other special needs and their friends and family. The party was held on Feb. 9 at the...

Fathers, daughters dance at B&G Club

The Arlington Boys & Girls Club hosted a new event for fathers and their daughters to put on their formalwear and dance for an evening. The Father-Daughter Dance was held on Feb. 9 and Feb. 10 at ...

Local florists prepare for Valentine's Day

Local floral shops have been preparing for many weeks in the lead-up to the busiest time of the year for them: Valentine's Day. "It's the busiest 48 hours of the year for us, Feb. 13 and 14," said...

AHS students organize fun run to benefit Seattle Children's Hospital

Arlington High School students Brittany Anderson and Kate Morris are organizing a fun run for Presidents Day that will support the Seattle Children's Hospital. The "Presidents Day Dash" fun run will ...

Celebration raises funds to build school in Africa

One young adult in Marysville is spending his birthday not focused on himself but on helping others with a "ME To WE Celebration" that was held on Feb. 10. The event was held by the WE Charity, an...

Survey gathers citizen input about having public event for 4th of July

After banning fireworks within city limits Marysville officials have been looking at the possibility of a public event for the Fourth of July. Currently the city is gathering opinions with a community survey available for community members. The...

39th District lawmakers to hold town hall meetings

Residents of the 39th Legislative District can share their concerns, comments and ideas about bills and public policy being discussed and debated at the state Capitol by attending one of two town hall meetings being held on Saturday, Feb. 17. The...

Arlington K9 dogs visit school to interact with students

Two Arlington Police K9 dogs visited the Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center on Jan. 30 to show the students, parents and staff what they can do. Tara, a black lab, has been trained by her handler, ...

Two Arlington High School teachers earn National Board Certification

Arlington High School teachers Jennifer Case and Ashleigh Beard have earned their National Board Certification. To become a National Board Certified Teacher, they had to go through a three-year...

Van Beek signs letter of intent

Arlington High School senior Michael Van Beek has committed to playing football for Washington State University next year as a preferred walk-on. Michael signed his letter of intent in front of...

Swim teams compete at District

The Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell boys swim teams competed in 3A District finals on Jan. 10. Marysville-Pilchuck finished seventh overall out of 13 teams with a score of 123.5. The...

Arlington girls fall to Stanwood 70-37

The Arlington girls basketball team took on the Stanwood Spartans in the first round of the 3A District Tournament, on Feb. 9. From the start of the game the Spartans took control with their...

Everett defeats Marysville Getchell 77-50

The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team visited the Everett Seagulls for the 3A Play-In matchup on Feb. 8. From the tip-off both teams battled back and forth never allowing a large lead to grow...

More things to do in February

Considering all the rain that we have received lately, it is probably safe to assume that most of us have not completed the tasks I wrote about last week. I managed to hoe out some of my shot weed...

Trinity Salon and Spa opens in Marysville

Downtown Marysville has a new salon and spa as the Trinity Salon and Spa held their ribbon cutting and grand opening on Feb. 7. The locally owned salon had officially opened just a day before on Feb. ...

Hirst 'fix' will hurt salmon

In a hasty move to “fix” the Hirst ruling, the State Legislature and Gov. Jay Inslee are writing a bad check on our limited water supply at the cost of salmon, future generations and holders of...

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