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Hibulb hosts child archeologists

Tulalip and Marysville children got to dig through the sand and touch some archaeological artifacts at the Tulalip Tribe's Hibulb Cultural Center during Children's Archaeology Day on July 15. "The Hibulb Cultural Center is hosting this event to have...

 

Behavioral hospital in Smokey Point opens

The 70,000 square foot, 115 bed, Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital held its grand opening and ribbon cutting July 13. The new mental health hospital will provide services for those dealing with drug addiction, depression or other mental problems, and...

 

Books on the bus rolls through Arlington

Arlington kids will be able to keep reading this summer as the Arlington School District's Books on the Bus program has started up again this year. This is the third year for the district's bookmobile program which began on June 28 and will continue...

 

Fireworks incidents reduced over Fourth

This Fourth of July was the first with a fireworks ban in place for the city of Marysville and the Marysville Fire District and Marysville Police Department reported reduced use. The number of emergency responses because of fireworks was much lower than previous July 4 holiday periods, according to...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 19, 2017

Smiles abound at ultimate track camp

With the summer months and warm weather comes the long list of camps for the kids throughout the community. The Marysville Parks and Recreation teamed up with the Lakewood Track and Field Program once again to put on the Ultimate Sports Track and...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 19, 2017

Whitehorse Saloon proves too much for Packin' Heat

The Arlington Co-Ed Softball League is off to a hot start as Packin' Heat took on Whitehorse Saloon on July 12. In the first two innings Packin' Heat held their own as they scored a total of three runs, and kept the game close by only allowing four...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 19, 2017

Marijuana sellers sponsor kickball tournament

For the first year ever, the local cannabis licensees will be teaming up with the city of Arlington to put on a kickball tournament. The kickball tournament will be held at Quake Park, Arlington, on Saturday July 22, from noon to 4 p.m. “Kickball is just one of those games that we all thought...

 

Livestock shows mark Silvana Fair

The Silvana Fair will return this year for its 70th anniversary on July 29. The fair, held near the Silvana Viking Hall at 1331 Pioneer Way, is an event held early in the season meant for local kids to practice their livestock showing. Parking and...

 

Marysville Value Village fire suspect arrested

The suspect in the Value Village fire that occurred in the early morning hours of July 2 turned himself into investigators at the Marysville Police Department. The suspect, a 36-year-old Marysville man, was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for a felony charge of Reckless Burning First Degree....

 

Board selects Dr. Beatty as Health Officer

Following a lengthy recruitment process, the Board of Health unanimously approved an employment agreement with Dr. Mark Beatty to serve as the Snohomish Health District's next health officer. The selection of Dr. Beatty came after interviews with...

 

Creating your natural first-aid kit

With summer in full swing and the sun out you might be noticing a few different ailments we don't see in other times of the year like bug bites, dehydration and sun burns. We also tend to get more active in the summer which can lead to sore muscles,...

 

STD rates increase in Snohomish County

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently estimated that there are nearly 20 million new sexually transmitted infections every year in this country. Given these large numbers-and increased cases being reported locally-the...

 
 By Becky Berg    Opinion    July 19, 2017

Legislature helps schools

Upon becoming a school board member, there are several things that happen, one of which is becoming a member of the Washington State School Directors Association (WSSDA). This organization works to further the education of school board members, and...

 

Sno-Isle provides prep for upcoming eclipse

In preparation of the Aug. 21 solar eclipse the Sno-Isle Libraries is offering astronomy and eclipse classes for children in both the Arlington and Marysville libraries. Marysville's class is coming on July 29 and Arlington's is on Aug. 11. The Aug....

 

Arlington transportation plan paves way for regional transportation funding

A public hearing was scheduled this Monday on the annual update of the city’s six-year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP). The plan is important because any road project must be listed on the plan to be eligible for state or federal funding from the Puget Sound Regional Council. At last week’...

 

Landscaping in layers gives garden style

Before I purchased the Sunnyside Nursery back in 1989, I owned a landscape contracting business in California where we designed, installed, and maintained residential, commercial, and municipal landscapes. The bread and butter of the business was...

 

Stephani Lucille Moser

Stephani Lucille Moser was born on Oct. 19, 1998, the beloved daughter of Scott Moser and Mitzi Crozier. She passed away unexpectedly on July 8, 2017, surrounded by her friends on a beautiful Saturday. Stephani loved her family and friends, leaving...

 

Brian Richard Lind

Brian Richard Lind, 31, of Stanwood, passed away on July 6, 2017. Brian was born June 16, 1986, in Everett, Washington. Brian is survived by his fiancé, Angela Johnson; mother and stepfather, Peggy and Mike Kuehn; father and step-mother, Rick and...

 

Levi David Aleck Sr.

Levi David Aleck Sr., 81, of Marysville, WA passed away July 4, 2017. He was born April 21, 1936 in Mill Bay, B.C., Canada to Edmond and Sara Aleck. Levi was a logger, fisherman, he ran a green chain and was a fish technician. He is survived by his...

 

Doyle Dean Parks

Doyle Dean Parks passed away in Marysville, on July 3, 2017. He was born on Aug. 3, 1939, in Eunice, New Mexico. Doyle is survived by his wife of 47 years, Janice Leder Parks, his two sisters Marsha Parks Christensen, Betty Parks Fisher, his three...

 

Arrest made in connection with fatal hit and run accident on July 6

A 60-year-old Puyallup man was arrested today by Marysville investigators regarding the fatal hit and run collision that occurred on July 6 at the onramp to Northbound I-5 at 4th St. Good old fashioned police work; surveillance, canvasing neighborhoods, searching for videos, working with local...

 

Arlington Police make arrest in two June robberies

On July 19, 2017 Arlington Police arrested a 20-year-old Arlington man for his involvement in two late night robberies that occurred in June 2017. The first robbery occurred just after midnight on June 9, 2017, in the 7900 block of 200th Street NE. In this incident, an individual approached a...

 

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