Wed, Mar 9, 2011
Tribal leaders elected March 13
Members of the Tulalip Tribes will choose three representatives for the Tribes' Board of Directors.
Low-risk offenders do time at home
Marysville Police Department operates an Electronic Home Monitoring program.
Recycle electronics safely
Bring old TVs, computers and more to Pacific Power Batteries March 12.
Marysville U civics class moved to March 30
Learn about local police and law enforcement services.
Free trees from the Arbor Day Foundation
Join the foundation in March and receive 10 free dogwood trees.
Mayor Larson named Citizen of the Year
Council approves TPA by a 5 - 2 vote.
Wed, Feb 23, 2011
Hear master plan for 88th Street
Neighborhood meeting about the 88th Street Master Plan rescheduled to March 3.
City of Arlington launches new website
The online interface builds on popular features with greater ease and convenience.
Nehring supporters host reception
The mayor's re-election campaign kicks off March 8.
Council considers lodging tax to fund tourism projects
Owners of the Medallion Hotel in Smokey Point are not convinced of its benefits.
$4.7 million grant fights homelessness
Snohomish County and local partners have received federal funds to combat homelessness.
Wed, Feb 9, 2011
Golf course to maintain recreational designation
Koster announces the requested land redesignation at Gleneagle is of "no public benefit."
Robbery leads to multiple arrests
Arlington police have identified eight suspects in a string of related robberies.
Feds supply money for home repairs, energy rehabs
The Housing Authority of Snohomish County has more than $125,000 available for low-interest loans.
West Arlington plan gets unanimous approval
The master plan overlay will guide development in the Smokey Point area.
Wed, Jan 26, 2011
Utility offers interactive fun
PUD has launched a Time to Play campaign on its website.
Float plane accident ends in tragedy
A 6-year-old boy died in the Lake Goodwin crash.
The future of Smokey Point Boulevard
The City of Arlington's master plan lays out uses in Island Crossing, West Bluff and Smokey Point.
Mayor to deliver State of the City address
Fill your own sandbags
The City of Marysville provides free sand and bags for residents at the Public Works Building.
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