Wed, Jul 29, 2009
Tulalip elders receive lawyers' Local Hero award
The tribal court elders panel was recognized for its effective methods for working with native youth offenders.
Columbia College announces new funding resource for military spouses
Historic caboose damaged by fire
The building served as an office for Maryfest, the Strawberry Festival committee.
Wed, Jul 15, 2009
Marysville prepares for growth
The city has voted to annex more than 2,800 acres in a move that will make Marysville the second-largest city in Snohomish County.
Tribal-owned gas station to open this fall
The three-phase project will be located at the 116th Street exit in Quil Ceda Village.
Marysville raises garbage rates
Vacancies to be filled on city's Salary Commission
Free fill dirt offered by city
Foreclosure help available at free workshop
Register to attend the free foreclosure prevention workshop July 23 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Cascade High School in Everett.
County announces modified burn ban
Outdoor burning is restricted in unincorporated Snohomish County until further notice.
Arlington lays out transportation plan
The six-year plan addresses several major vehicle and pedestrian concerns.
Wed, Jun 17, 2009
Summer hiatus at NCO
A safer home in the works
A Marysville woman will soon be more comfortable and safer in her home, thanks to a low-interest loan program managed by HASCO.
360 Break Dance Battle draws hundreds
Mayor earns leadership certificate
Mayor Dennis Kendall of Marysville has completed the AWC's advanced program for municipal leadership.
Summer work to target 110 miles of county roads
Both the county and partnering cities will ramp up road work over the next few months.
County waste disposal reduces hours and services
A decrease in waste tonnage has convinced the Solid Waste Division to reduce its hours of operation.
Garbage pickup day may change
The City of Marysville is altering some routes for garbage service to save money.
City leaders honor Olympic hopefuls
Three Arlington athletes may get the chance to compete in the 2016 Olympic Games.
Fireworks law reminders
As the 4th of July approaches, city officials remind residents about new fireworks laws.
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