Thu, Jun 4, 2009
Arson dog joins county fire marshal's office
Topper the Labrador can sniff out accelerants used in arsons and other fires.
Marysville rowers succeed at regatta
The first-year club will send several team members to the national championships in Ohio.
Grants available for rural homeowners
Funding awarded to homelessness projects
$1.5 million dedicated to ending homelessness in Snohomish County.
Watch those sprinklers this summer
Summer watering restrictions are in effect in Marysville.
Deadline for candidate filing June 5
175 local offices up for election in 2009.
Practice makes perfect when it comes to an emergency
The City of Arlington partners with schools and hospitals for a drill June 5.
Street crews begin annual weed spraying program
Products used to tackle weeds are EPA-approved.
Wed, May 20, 2009
Traveling to the islands? Take a flight from Arlington
Arlington welcomes new police chief
Commander Terry Quintrall earns the city's thanks for his service as interim chief.
Arlington airport expansion begins
Larger administrative space and other amenities will be built into the 7,400-sq.-ft. office.
Community garden open for business
A plot of land bequeathed to Bethlehem Lutheran Church has become a community garden, thanks to a partnership with the City of Marysville.
Sun, May 10, 2009
Snohomish County death attributed to swine flu
The victim of the first flu-related death in the state also had underlying heart disease.
Fire injures Marysville man
Fri, May 8, 2009
Restaurant becomes a drive-through
Thu, May 7, 2009
Gymnasts to compete in Junior Olympics
Two girls from local troupe will travel to Norfolk, VA, for national competition.
Swine flu scare mild in Snohomish County
Snohomish County has several "probable" cases of swine flu, and the Snohomish Health District offers update links, online health tips and recorded information in English and Spanish.
Licensing office to open
Community celebrates Arlington grandfather's homecoming
After spending nearly three months in a Mexican prison, Ed Chrisman is finally back home.
Arlington breaks ground on new treatment plant
The project is expected to be completed in 2011, at a cost of $41 million.
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