Tue, Sep 21, 2010
Coffee and conversation with mayor
Mayor Jon Nehring will visit with residents at the YMCA on Sept. 29.
City moves forward on 67th
Construction could get underway next May.
Thirteen apply for empty council seat
The Marysville City Council will interview applicants at the Sept. 27 meeting.
Wed, Sep 8, 2010
Police and fire needs top city agenda
Arlington hires Beazley as police chief, seeks bids on fire station remodel.
Coca-Cola building sold to city
The Public Works department may become the property's eventual tenant.
Tulalip Tribes gives $35,000 for TV series on Native Americans
"Growing Native" is a public television series that will explore Native America, its peoples, cultures and tribal traditions.
Home invasion suspect under arrest
An Arlington family was robbed at gunpoint August 30.
Wed, Aug 25, 2010
Welcome Center dedicated at museum site
The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Association and members of the Stillaguamish Tribe celebrated the center's opening.
Apply to serve on Marysville City Council
Councilman Jon Nehring's appointment as mayor has created an opening on the seven-member council.
Arlington police chief leaving
Chief Robert Sullenberger has announced his resignation from the post.
Ancient language meets modern technology
The Tulalip Tribes are incorporating video game technology to teach children the Lushootseed language.
Riverfront marina purchased by City of Marysville
Marysville paid $1.9 million for the Geddes Marina, next to Ebey Slough.
Surplus computers up for bid
The City of Arlington is auctioning off excess equipment through Aug. 31.
Tue, Aug 10, 2010
Teens arrested in school bus vandalism case
The 17-year-olds caused nearly $50,000 damage to school buses.
Additions to Outlook's editorial staff
Megan Adams and Sarah Arney join the NCO team
Arlington's refi enables fire station upgrade
Arlington council members also approved the city's six-year transportation plan.
Marine resource volunteers make a difference
Snohomish County seeks members for its Marine Resources Advisory Committee.
County seeks volunteers for Council on Aging
Snohomish County residents help guide policies affecting the elderly.
Mon, Aug 2, 2010
School bus vandalism estimated at $50,000
Arlington police are asking for the public's help to catch vandals that damaged Arlington School District buses.
Tue, Jul 27, 2010
National Night Out set for August 3
The community summit on public safety and crime reduction will be held at the Tulalip Amphitheatre.
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