Wed, May 16, 2012
Suspect's spork makes the case
DNA from the utensil connected a robbery suspect to a sweatshirt found at the scene of the crime.
Tue, May 1, 2012
Marysville, Tribes tackle composting giant
The City of Marysville has joined forces with the Tulalip Tribes to fight the proposed expansion of Cedar Grove Composting's Smith Island facility.
Marysville celebrity gets key to the city
Michael Jefferson, a Marysville native and a contestant on "Survivor," was given the key to the city at the April 23 City Council meeting.
Tulalip swap meet opens in May
Family atmosphere to set the tone for the second season.
Arrest made in Arlington burglaries
The Arlington Police Department arrested a 32-year-old Marysville man on April 26.
Arlington Depot opens
Officials attended a ribbon-cutting to officially open the Centennial Trail visitors center and public restroom facility in Legion Park on April 28.
Arlington considers adjustments to gambling zone
The owners of the Buzz Inn and Aces Casino are hoping to switch business locations.
Thu, Apr 19, 2012
Information Services team honored as city's Employees of the Month
Network and software upgrades were completed with very little disruption to the city's operations, thanks to long hours spent over a holiday weekend.
Police notify public about offenders
Two Level III sex offenders are residing in the Marysville area, according to police.
Airport master plan update moves forward
The city of Arlington is negotiating a right-of-way lease with BNSF for the 67th Avenue project.
Pay for building permits online
The City of Marysville now offers online payment of residential permits.
Iconic bridge closed, set for demolition
Thu, Apr 5, 2012
New training center brings Army, jobs to Marysville
The Army Reserves Center at Smokey Point greeted visitors during an official grand opening ceremony on April 1.
Marysville launches neighborhood improvement program, seeks award nominees
The new Pride of Marysville neighborhood improvement award program seeks nominees with homes and businesses that shine with curb appeal.
Elections decide tribal leaders
Deborah Parker and Marlin Fryberg Jr. were elected to three-year terms on the Tulalip Board of Directors.
Veterans' job fair planned at reserves center
Police track funeral burglary suspects
A pair of Snohomish County men are suspected of involvement in a string of burglaries at the homes of those attending family funerals.
Arlington 'lightens up' on new business fees
By streamlining transportation impact and utility hookup fees for new uses of existing buildings, Arlington hopes to attract more businesses.
Fri, Mar 23, 2012
Arlington police warn of sex offender
A Level III sex offender is living in the Smokey Point area.
Wed, Mar 21, 2012
Local medical care expanded through partnership
Two regional hospitals, Skagit Valley Hospital and Cascade Valley Hospital, formed a partnership to create the Cascade Skagit Health Alliance.
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