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Pioneer students win Gear Up & Go! awards

Five students and one teacher from Arlington School District were named winners of the 2014 Winter Games and will receive awards for their participation and efforts over the winter school break. Gear...

 

United Way offering free tax preparation site in Marysville

United Way of Snohomish County is once again offering free tax preparation at Goodwill’s Marysville Job Training and Education Center. Volunteer tax preparers will be available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-8 p.m., and on Saturdays from 10 a.m....

 

Arlington Library offering a variety of February activities

The Arlington Library is offering a variety of activities for kids and adults. Children and Families Ready Reader - Baby Storytime Silly stories, happy songs, rhymes and activities for newborns...

 

Cities provide variety of healthy activities, classes

The parks and recreation departments of Arlington and Marysville are offering a wide variety of healthy activities and classes for local youths and adults. Arlington Learning the Trails of the Mt. Loop Scenic Highway Classes will cover hiking basics...

 

PUD offers safety reminders for winter storms

With more stormy weather likely this winter, Snohomish County Public Utility District reminds customers to take steps to be safe when Mother Nature strikes. Steer Clear of Downed Power Lines Approaching downed power lines can be fatal. You don’t...

 

Arlington Rotary names Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Arlington recognized its Outstanding Students for the month of November. Students honored were awarded a voucher for a $50 donation to a non-profit group or organization of their...

 

Eagle Creek students join Gear Up & Go! program

This fall, Eagle Creek Elementary students joined the rest of the Arlington elementary schools participating in the Snohomish County Gear Up & Go! fitness program. Arlington is taking the lead...

 

Students take MLK as a day 'on' not day 'off'

In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” On Jan. 19, approximately 250 high school students will answer this call to action as part of the annual MLK Day...

 

Four additional Arlington teachers earn National Board Certification in November

Arlington had four teachers who earned their National Board Certification® in November, joining 25 other current district teachers who previously earned their certification. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards recently announced...

 

Scrimgeour named Head Start, ECEAP Teacher of the Year

Arlington Public Schools has announced APPLE Preschool teacher Heide Scrimgeour as the recipient of the Washington State Association of Head Start and ECEAP Teacher of the Year Award this year....

 

Boeing Commercial Airplanes gives United Way $750,000 grant

United Way of Snohomish County announced recently that it had received a $725,000 grant from Boeing Commercial Airplanes to support work in education, financial stability and lean for nonprofits. “Boeing’s is the largest corporate contribution...

 

Miss Idaho talks to local students about diabetes

Fifth grade students at Presidents Elementary heard a poignant message from Sierra Sandison about what it is like to be diagnosed with Type I diabetes and how everyone has something about them that...

 

Naloxone now available in Snohomish County

In 2013 there were 86 opioid drug overdoses in Snohomish County, and 580 within Washington State.  The availability of naloxone (sold under the brand name Narcan) could potentially cut down on deaths due to heroin and prescription opioid drugs...

 

Local businesses, Soroptimists make donations to trio of local charities

Through the combined efforts of Trusty Threads, Dues Produce Barn and Soroptimist International of Marysville 12 bags of coats, blankets, sleeping bags and more were collected for the thirrd annual...

 

Dec. 10 Rants and Raves

Rave: To the good holiday spirit at my home this weekend. Lights magically appeared outside, and the lights on the tree inside are wonderful as well. The kitchen had a great workout too. Best weekend ever! Rave: Nice visit from Santa Saturday as we b...

 

Cedarcrest Golf Course offers fourth annual Tour of Lights

Marysville's Cedarcrest Golf Course will become an after-dark winter wonderland starting Dec. 11 when fairways are transformed into a showcase for dazzling light displays at the fourth annual Holiday...

 

Local orthodontist donates 1,112 pounds of candy to non-profits

After eleven years, the Bourne Orthodontics Candy Buy-Back program finished 2014 with great success. This year, over 1,100 pounds of trick or treating delights were dropped off by cavity saving kids...

 

Merrysville Electric Lights Parade this Saturday

The City of Marysville invites you and your family to step into a winter wonderland of holiday fun, food, music and a parade of lights during the 26th Annual Merrysville for the Holidays winter...

 

Cedar Grove provides food and essential supplies to Marysville Community Food Bank

Cedar Grove Composting's Everett employees delivered food, diapers and other essential items to the Marysville Community Food Bank November 17, following a company-wide, employee food drive. In...

 

Marysville Resident Hired in Labor Role at United Way

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to announce the hiring of Marysville resident Betty Welsh as Labor Donor Relations and Community Liaison Manager. Welsh joins United Way’s Resource Development team, where she will be the liaison between...

 

PUD offers low-income, senior energy assistance

In the coming year, Snohomish County Public Utility District expects its energy assistance programs to help more than 17,000 senior citizens and low-income customers struggling with their electric bills. The programs currently provide reductions of...

 

Marysville Resident Hired in Labor Role at United Way

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to announce the hiring of Marysville resident Betty Welsh as Labor Donor Relations and Community Liaison Manager. Welsh joins United Way's Resource Development...

 

Volunteering in your community just got easier

The Arlington Washington Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is pleased to introduce Justserve.org. This website, with no cost or obligation, is designed to reach out to everyone in our community who desires to volunteer and...

 

Marysville Food Bank and Toy Store seek food, toy donations for local families

With Christmas just around the corner, Marysville Community Food Bank and Toy Store volunteers are urging community members to help neighbors in need by donating food and unused toys – just look for the familiar red giving barrels at more than 60 p...

 

Sheriff's office warns of emerging warrant scam

Several area residents have reported today that they received a phone call from someone claiming to be a Sheriff’s Office deputy with a warrant for their arrest. The caller said that the victim would need to pay over the phone to have the warrant ...

 

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