Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Suspect in stolen dog case cleared of all charges
Susan Kush had been charged with theft in the abduction of Takoda from a Marysville home.
Public hearing on budget, utility tax increases Nov. 7
Arlington is also considering raising sales tax and property tax percentages to close a $2 million deficit.
Mayoral candidates face tough questions
OUR Marysville hosted a public forum for the city's two candidates for mayor on Oct. 19.
$140,000 awarded to boost tourism
The City Council selected a dozen projects for funding from the tax proceeds.
Tue, Oct 18, 2011
Visitor center and restrooms get the nod
Arlington City Council begins the call for bids for the project, which will be situated in downtown Arlington.
Voters to choose city leaders
Residents of Marysville and Arlington will elect mayors this fall, and voters face tough choices in both cities.
Fill your own sandbags for free
The City of Marysville offers free bags and sand for residents.
Police deliver sobering picture
A public forum on Oct. 11 addressed the problem of illegal drug use in Marysville.
State issues Marysville clean bill of financial health
The city marks five consecutive years of reports with no adverse findings.
Crimes drop by 15% in Marysville
The city's overall crime rate is down 15 percent over 2010 levels through August.
Chamber presents candidate forum
Tue, Oct 4, 2011
Meet the candidates for City Council seats
Arlington and Marysville each have two contested council positions.
New Marysville fire captain
Social Security forum at EvCC
The Snohomish County Labor Council is hosting two forums this fall, the first one at EvCC on Oct. 18.
Employee's idea saves taxpayers' money
Mayor Jon Nehring presented the Innovative Service Award to Kari Chennault, the city's surface water supervisor, for saving $300,000 on construction costs.
Arlington seeking applicants to fill vacant council seat
The death of Scott Solla has created a vacancy on the Arlington City Council.
Council weighs tax and fee hikes
Arlington is trying to close a $2 million budget hole by raising fees and cutting expenses.
Wed, Sep 21, 2011
Firehouse makeover keeps charm, adds modern fixes
The renovated station house will serve as a convenient and well-equipped home away from home for firefighters.
Flushing water mains ensures quality standards
The City of Marysville began flushing water mains on Sept. 19, and the process will continue over the next six months.
Paying tribute to lost lives
Local residents and officials gathered for special remembrances on Sept. 11, the tenth anniversary of the worst terrorist attacks ever on America.
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