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City staffers put customers first

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring recognized the city’s Utility Billing team as employees of the month for June. Team members who work in City Hall, including Financial Operations Manager John Nield,...

 

Silvana-based business helps Project Homeless Connect feed 1200 at day-long event

For Silvana Meats, a small specialty meats store based in Silvana, helping the community comes naturally. According to George, one of the store’s employees, Silvana donates to quite a few...

 

Feeling the heat

Marysville City Councilmembers Rob Toyer (front, second from left) and Michael Stevens (front, second from right) participated in fire training with firefighters from Marysville Fire District. Photo...

 

Everett sailors help prepare cemetery for Memorial Day

Over fifty active duty enlisted personnel from Naval Station Everett volunteered on May 23 to beautify the graves and markers of veterans, laid to rest at the Marysville Cemetery. Work included...

 

Temporary span for Skagit Bridge announced

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) released this rendering of the planned bridge replacement over the Skagit River.   An emergency fix for the collapsed portion of the Skag...

 

'Methow Meadows' selected for Art at the Barn poster

In a competition among members of Arlington Arts Council, Vicki Johnson's "Methow Meadow" was selected to be featured on the poster for the 10th annual Art at the Barn in Oso show that is...

 

New coalition of regional leaders formed to oppose coal exports

SEATTLE â Leaders of city governments and tribal nations across the Pacific Northwest today announced the formation of a new coalition to oppose coal trains and coal exports. The Leadership Alliance Against Coal will work together to raise...

 

Legionnaires give thanks to local home improvement store

Early on a Sunday morning in March, five members of American Legion Post 178 visited the Home Depot store at Quil Ceda Village during the before-hours staff meeting to hand out volunteer recognition c...

 

Affordable housing service expands to Snohomish County

Snohomish County and others are joining with local housing and service providers to increase affordable housing options through a free rental listing service called Housing Search NW. The free property search for renters in Snohomish County will...

 

County approves bonds for infrastructure

Snohomish County approved $120 million in bonds March 20 as part of a package to build a new courthouse and a new sheriff’s precinct, as well as to purchase improved laptops for deputies, with funding also available for conservation futures,...

 

Recycle your old fridge for savings

Your old, energy-wasting second fridge or freezer is wasting you money â about $200 this year and every year you keep it. The PUD will haul it away for free and recycle it. Start your spring cleaning by getting rid of those old appliances. If you...

 

AHS presents ‘Legally Blonde’ at BPAC

Baily Hudson as Elle (center) rehearses with the cast of Legally Blonde. Photo courtesy of Brenna Kamppi.   For two weekends in March, 48 Arlington High School singers, dancers, and actors will s...

 

Festival celebrates shore birds and their habitat

When Arlington resident Ruth Milner first discovered shorebirds in her youth, she never imagined that one day she would develop close friendships with renowned experts who study them all over the worl...

 

Public speaks out on coal terminal

The public provided more than 124,000 comments on the scope of an upcoming environmental impact statement (EIS) for a proposed bulk-cargo shipping terminal and rail spur improvements at Cherry Point,...

 

Fewer homeless in Snohomish County

Early data collected Jan. 24 during Snohomish County’s Annual Homeless Point In Time (PIT) count show a decrease over numbers collected during 2012. For this year’s count, approximately 150 volunteers spent the day and early evening...

 

Crisis coordinator honored as December volunteer

Greg Kanehen earned recognition as Marysville’s Volunteer of the Month for December for his coordination and leadership of the Chaplain Crisis Support Team and other community involvement....

 

Learn about disaster preparedness at free class

If a disaster on the scale of Superstorm Sandy struck your home, family and community, would you be ready? The City of Marysville encourages you to attend a free Marysville University civics learning class entitled “Disaster Preparedness:...

 

Guided snowshoe walks make winter accessible

Get outdoors and learn about winter ecology snowshoeing on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest January through March. No experience is necessary and the Forest Service provides snowshoes....

 

Marysville gets ready for winter

Marysville Public Works, Police and Emergency Management personnel have been training, reviewing and preparing for when the season delivers its first winter storms - and they urge residents and businesses to be prepared, too. City public works crews...

 

Mayor seeks citizens for Library Board

The City of Marysville is seeking individuals interested in serving on the Library Board of Trustees. Nominees must reside within Marysville School District area boundaries or city limits. The seven-member board meets at 4 p.m. on the second Thursday...

 

Arlington Rotary recognizes top students

(L to R) Sara Regelbrugge, Darrington High School; Crystal Inman, Weston High School; Kendal O'Kinsella, Lakewood High School.   The Rotary Club of Arlington recognized its Outstanding Students...

 

Serve on Arlington board

The City of Arlington is looking for volunteers to fill a vacancy on the Parks, Arts and Recreation Commission and the Library Board. The Parks, Arts and Recreation Commission (PARC) provides support and advice to the mayor and City Council on...

 

Input sought on affordable housing needs

Snohomish County invites residents to provide input on local community needs for affordable housing, public facilities, infrastructure and service projects to be funded with federal grant funds for 2013. Snohomish County, in cooperation with 19...

 

Local ladies head Arlington area's Helping Hands, Linking Arms Food Drive

Four ladies. One mission. To fill the shelves of local food banks. A few months ago, Dawn Dickson, Leslie Moss, Laurie O'Bryant and Diane Krieg, all of Arlington, were contacted by coordinators of Helping Hands, Linking Arms to take on a major...

 

Tribes and state to continue cooperative hatchery program

Phil Lucus, director of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, signing MOU while Terry Williams, commissioner of Fisheries and Natural Resources for Tulalip Tribes, looks on. Photo courtesy...

 

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