Wed, Aug 8, 2012
City projects include airport building maintenance, paving, entry signs
Wed, Aug 1, 2012
Residents question odor study plans
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency will begin a 1-year study to define unpleasant odors in the area.
Tue, Jul 24, 2012
Breaking ground on Airport Blvd. extension
County's shoreline master program approved
The Department of Ecology signed off on the county's updated guidelines.
Resident sought for planning commission
Public works plows through projects
New roads, culvert replacements, flood control all on Arlington's agenda.
Primary will decide top two
Ballots must be returned by August
Housing for sex offenders in Marysville causes controversy
Residents express concern in public comments at the July 23 City Council meeting.
League of Women Voters launches online election resource
The non-partisan online guide will help voters make critical decisions in the primary election.
Mon, Jul 16, 2012
Salmon runs continue to decline despite Tribes' best efforts
The Bernie Kai Kai Gobin salmon hatchery on the Tulalip Reservation will release record numbers of salmon hatchlings this year, but the returning stock doesn't show signs of improvement.
Wed, Jul 11, 2012
Health care bill survives legal challenge
American consumers still have unanswered questions about the sweeping legislation.
Cedar Grove seeks exemption from phosphorus release limits
The local composting company is asking for permission to release unlimited amounts of phosphorus into Steamboat Slough.
Meanwhile, in the air...
A study to find the source of Marysville odor is supported by Cedar Grove, questioned by Marysville officials.
Larsen co-sponsors bill to bring jobs home
The congressman claims the legislation will close existing loopholes for companies that outsource their jobs.
Solar project planned at AHS
The P.U.D. will install a solar array at the high school's sports stadium.
Focus on emergency services budget
Arlington examines options to save money in year ahead
Wed, Jun 27, 2012
Have a safe and legal 4th celebration
Cities and county have strict regulations for firework safety.
State grant targets traffic improvements
Marysville and Arlington will each receive funds for safety upgrades to major intersections.
Fire District grant restores staffing
The Marysville Fire District has received $560,000 to supplement staffing budgets.
Council codifies shopping local
City adds 54 acres in the Star annexation.
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