Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Arlington fall fun with costumes, pumpkins and a clock
Arlington gets set for the holidays
The Holiday Open House and Snowmen Rendezvous is planned for Saturday, Nov. 5.
Holiday food drive kicks off
The All-City Food Drive is planned for Saturday, Nov. 5, with donation locations throughout Marysville.
Orthodontist continues candy buy-back
Dr. Jason Bourne has been paying kids for their candy for eight years.
Library's landscaping gets facelift courtesy of Eagle Scout
The grounds of the Arlington Library caught the attention of Lakewood High student Parker Yancey.
Musicians sought for Nativity Festival
The new annual event seeks musicians and vocalists to donate performances from Dec. 8 to 11.
American Legion plans Veterans' Day open house
The Marysville post will dedicate a new box for collecting worn-out flags.
Second community forum addresses holiday safety
The informational meeting, sponsored by Marysville Police Department and the Marysville Community Coalition, is set for Nov. 15 at 7 p.m.
Christmas charity needs help
Christmas House has lost its warehouse space and seeks a donated replacement for the next year.
Apply for tourism funds
Snohomish County is accepting applications to fund projects that develop and promote tourism.
Thu, Oct 27, 2011
Memorial planned for Getchell student
Juan Mendoza was killed Monday, Oct. 24, in a car crash that injured two other students.
Mon, Oct 24, 2011
Teenager killed, two injured in crash
The three young men, students at Marysville Getchell High School, were involved in a car accident.
Tue, Oct 18, 2011
The undead walk in Arlington
The first ever Zombie Walk will raise funds for students' art supplies as part of Arlington's Hometown Halloween.
Closing the gap opens up the fun
The Centennial Trail "gap" from 152nd St. to Arlington is now complete.
Community center 'dynamic duo' noted for volunteer work
Goldie Landis and Jeanne Wilson were named Volunteers of the Month for September for their work at the Ken Baxter Community Center.
Local woman is crowned Miss Washington USA
Christina Clarke, a Marysville resident, will focus on the issues of bullying and AIDS awareness.
Marysville's 'dog whisperer' trains dog owners
Rose Perry helps local families teach their dogs good social behavior.
Pumpkins dot the landscape
October's signature produce is the pumpkin, and the big orange gourds can be found all around the county.
Community art becomes student's project
Zachariah Wing is focused on creating a hundred plywood wreaths.
Strawberry Festival open house planned
The Berry Patch
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