Tue, Aug 10, 2010
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.
Residents organize to fight stench
Citizens for a Smell-Free Marysville are up in arms over continued odor problems.
Park playground victimized by arson
A structure at Lake Goodwin Community Park was set on fire early Monday morning.
New interim manager for Quil Ceda Village
Steve Gobin has been tapped to temporarily step into the business manager position following John McCoy's resignation.
Marysville welcomes new mayor
Jon Nehring plans to build on the foundations put in place by former mayor Dennis Kendall.
Home repair program has money to lend
The Housing Authority of Snohomish County has received new funding for its rehabilitation program.
Primary ballots in the mail
The "top two" system means the top vote-getters in each race will advance to the general election.
County creates strategy for sustainable land use
Councilmember Dave Somers proposed the new initiative.
Wed, Jul 14, 2010
Fundraising scam claims Housing Hope association
Housing Hope and the Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington are being targeted in a fundraising scam.
Splash! Water play helps locals cool down
Snohomish County's water parks see increased usage during the recent heat wave.
Grant will close a gap on popular trail
The Centennial Trail will benefit from a $1 million state grant.
Healthy Communities an award-winning initiative
Marysville was honored with a Municipal Excellence Award at the Association of Washington Cities annual conference.
Aviation buffs enjoy the Fly-In
The annual event was held July 7-11 at Arlington Airport.
Canoe journey a rite of passage, cultural symbol
Members of the Tulalip Tribes have joined hundreds of Coast Salish paddlers from the Pacific Northwest, Canada and beyond for the 21st annual Canoe Journey.
Winemakers can compete at state fair
Local winemakers have a chance to showcase their product at the second annual wine competition.
Illegal fireworks seized from Boom City stand
Tribal police and federal agents arrested a tribal member for possession and sale of illegal explosives and possession of prescription pills.
Arlington employees explore creative funding
A golf tournament fundraiser will help pay for an artistic gateway sign.
Kundu offers resignation by e-mail
The embattled school board member resigned before the July 11 meeting.
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