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Articles from the July 26, 2017 edition

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Kids read with Royalty

Local students can go to Pinewood Elementary in Marysville to read with the Strawberry Festival Royalty in the annual Reading with Royalty program. The program began on July 19 and will continue each...

 

City Council considers variety of issues

At the Monday, July 24, workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled to honor Mike and Terri Schur with the Mayor's Volunteer Award and to hear a presentation from Stacy Anderson on the upcoming Day of Hope. Council is also considering a...

 

Brew Fest raises funds to fight Usher syndrome

The Arlington Brew Fest returned for a second year, bringing many breweries to Arlington's Legion Park and raising funds for research for a cure of Usher syndrome on July 22. This is the second year...

 

Communities celebrate National Night Out

National Night Out returns on Aug. 1, giving local communities a chance to meet the police officers, firefighters and city officials who serve them. The national night was started to promote...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 26, 2017

Boys & Girls Club offers volleyball camp

The Arlington Boys and Girls Club just finished up running their Volleyball Camp that was held, July 17-20, 9 a.m. to noon. Every year the Boys and Girls Club helps local youth compete and train in th...

 
 By Andrew HInes    Sports    July 26, 2017

Blue Team defeats Green Team 5-4

The Blue Team took on the Green Team in the Arlington Aces Recreational Baseball League on July 19. The Green Team got off to a fast start as they stayed disciplined at the plate and scored three...

 

MSD school supply drive continues until Aug. 4

Local businesses and the city of Marysville will be collecting donations of school supplies for families in need for two weeks until Aug. 4. The "Stuff the Bus" initiative began July 24. The goal of...

 

Stillaguamish Tribe receives $1 million grant

The Stillaguamish Tribe received a national $1 million grant this month to research the applicability of a machine that could process dairy water to improve stream quality. The Tribe was the lone Wash...

 

Momentia is coming to Arlington

Those living with dementia or taking care of someone with dementia may have more to do in the future as local grassroots movement Momentia is starting in Arlington. The movement, which began in Seattle, will hold their first “Snomentia-North”...

 

The structures of leadership

I like to walk. It's a great feeling to be outdoors in the fresh air, stretching my legs, and just having a little time to think. But walking has had a side benefit that I didn't plan or expect. It...

 

EMS levy, local races on ballot for Aug. 1 primary election

Ballots for the Snohomish County Primary Election have been mailed out to voters in the county, including to Marysville and Arlington residents. The ballot for the Aug. 1 election contains any races that have more than two candidates, or any other...

 

Attracting butterflies to your garden

Part of the joy of gardening, for me, is in watching feathered friends visit my yard and flit about the shrubs, flowers, feeders and water features. As much as I love my plants, these little...

 

Sherman George Card Jr.

Sherman George Card Jr., long time resident of Ebey Mountain in Arlington and most recently of Marysville, WA, passed away June 8, 2017. A memorial gathering/celebration will be held on July 30,...

 

Violet Louise (Vi) Johnson

Violet Louise (Vi) Johnson passed peacefully at home with family by her side on July 14, 2017 from natural causes. She was born to William and Ella Harrison on September 16, 1922 in Spokane, WA. She...

 

June Ellen Harrison

In loving memory of June Ellen Harrison who went to be with the Lord on July 18, 2017. June, age 79, of Arlington, WA. She is survived by her children, Richard and Vicki Willard, Kristy and Robert...

 

Sir Hops A Lot is Arlington Arts Council's newest addition to Haller Park

The Arlington Arts Council has donated a 2,700 pound frog sculpture to add an art piece to Haller Park. The council's main mission is to promote art around the town and increase the number of public...

 

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