Wed, Oct 10, 2012
Arlington food bank gets donation
Church volunteers earn citywide recognition
Mayor Jon Nehring honored Marysville First Assembly of God Church members for their "I Heart Marysville" community cleanup campaign.
Food bank gives 'Food for Thought'
A new program, driven by volunteers and community support, helps make sure school kids don't go hungry over the weekend.
A lifelong love of the beauty of rocks
Gracie,who turns 96 this year, is a long-time member of the Marysville Rock and Gem Club and one of the exhibitors at this year's Rocktoberfest.
Wed, Sep 19, 2012
Stilly Senior Center hosts Health Fair
Dick Foley will be on hand for the annual Health and Social Services Fair on Sept. 26.
Tue, Sep 18, 2012
Friendship Walk benefits disabled adults
The 5th annual Friendship Walk and Car Wash is set for Sept. 22 in downtown Arlington.
Libraries encourage summer reading
Arlington and Marysville branches of the Sno-Isle Libraries held contests over the summer to spur interest in reading for adults and teens.
Solemn ceremony remembers 9/11 victims, local firefighter
The family of Jeff Thornton, who died on Sept. 11, 2001, joined locals for a morning ceremony at the library.
Best market in America is in Arlington
The Arlington Farmers' Market was voted the favorite small market in the nation.
Plaque is permanent reminder of one man's contributions
Ken Baxter's public service is honored with a memorial plaque at the community center that bears his name.
Signups for youth basketball underway
Next steps for Olympic Theatre
The historic movie house is facing an uncertain future, and locals are committed to keeping the doors open.
Ensuring kids' safety as passengers
Safe Kids Snohomish County urges caregivers to have their child safety seats inspected on Friday, September 21.
Tue, Sep 4, 2012
See city's big rigs up close
The City of Marysville hosts the popular Touch a Truck event on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Building on our history
Marysville's history museum is nearing construction after 38 years of work.
Passion may not be enough to save Olympic Theatre
The venerable single-screen theater in downtown Arlington may succumb to technology.
See how Stilly Valley settlers lived
Pioneer Days at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Hall is set for Sept. 15.
Local ladies head Arlington area's Helping Hands, Linking Arms Food Drive
Dinner and dance to help disabled adults
Eagle Wings disAbility Ministries hosts its annual gala event on Sept. 15.
Wed, Aug 22, 2012
UPDATED: Arlington's hometown theater is in danger of closing
Next meeting set for Monday, Sept. 10. The Olympic Theatre, a fixture in downtown Arlington since 1939, may be forced to close its doors.
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