Thu, May 16, 2013
FEMA grant buys new equipment for Arlington medics
The Arlington Fire Department was awarded $62,000 to purchase new heart monitors and defibrillators.
Thieves target senior center
The Stillaguamish Senior Center has been burglarized twice within the last month.
Learn about solar energy
Community meetings are scheduled for homeowners to find out about incentives and options.
Gathering resources to help countys homeless
Project Homeless Connect is a one-day event that is seeking donations of backpacks and toiletries for up to 1,200 attendees.
Healthcare systems pitch affiliation
Four responses were received in response to a Request for Proposals for affiliation with Cascade Valley Hospital, Skagit Valley Hospital and Island Hospital.
Firearm registry bill signed into law
Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed HB 1612, sponsored by Rep. Mike Hope of Lake Stevens, creating a new database of felony gun offenders.
Bridge closure planned â again
Depending on the weather, the new Ebey Slough Bridge may be closed the weekend of May 17-20.
Council identifies road priorities, authorizes calls for bids
A sales tax measure for road maintenance and repair will be presented to voters in August.
Arlington police arrest two in weekend robbery spree
The two Arlington men are suspects in several armed robberies over the past few months.
Tue, Apr 30, 2013
Roundabout proposed for Getchell Road
The street-light intersection at State Route 9 and 84th Street could be replaced by a roundabout by fall of 2014.
Smokey Point Medical Center attracting international attention
Members sought for salary commission
The City of Marysville has two openings on its commission.
Tue, Apr 23, 2013
Nominations for Marysville's most appealing buildings open
The Pride of Marysville Neighborhood Improvement Award program honors the best-kept homes, businesses and neighborhoods.
New coalition of regional leaders formed to oppose coal exports
Leadership Alliance Against Coal includes leaders from Puget Sound cities and tribes.
Council plans ballot measure to fund transportation projects
TBD board needs pro and con statements from community
Mon, Apr 15, 2013
April 9 now a day to recognize volunteer service
Marysville adopts the nationwide designation of Mayor’s Day of Recognition for National Service.
City shares downtown plans
The April 10 session of Marysville University focused on possible downtown and waterfront revitalization initiatives.
Hear about SR 9 roundabout
WSDOT plans a public hearing April 24 at Marysville Getchell High School.
Court ruling a win for treaty rights
Federal judge Ricardo Martinez upholds tribal treaty rights in Washington culvert case.
Tue, Apr 9, 2013
Olympic Theatre's future looking brighter
Thanks to a large donation, the Olympic Theatre will likely be able to convert to digital before the industry deadline.
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