Thu, May 7, 2009
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.
Survey underway for improvements to 67th Avenue NE
Tue, May 5, 2009
Arlington announces closure of 188th St. NE
Thu, Apr 23, 2009
Cedarcrest Restaurant still in private hands
The lessees and the city will meet in arbitration to reach a settlement.
Finance manager named city's employee of the month
Denise Gritton was instrumental in earning two prestigious accounting awards for Marysville.
Tidal energy pilot program slated for Admiralty Inlet
PUD will partner with an Irish firm to design, build and install marine turbines off Whidbey Island.
Unstable road closed in Arlington
Residents living along Tveit Road will have to endure a 6-mile detour while repairs are made to the crumbling roadway.
City offers hotel-motel tourism grants
Boys and Girls Club coming to Marysville this May
The former 10th Street School building was recently purchased by the city and will be leased to the Boys and Girls Club.
Wed, Apr 15, 2009
Woman rescued after car drives into slough
One woman rushed to hospital after vehicle drives into slough. Divers search for second possible victim but no one found.
Thu, Apr 9, 2009
Larsen on the hot seat in Marysville
Residents attending a Town Talk hosted by Rep. Rick Larsen expressed concerns about the economy, military spending, health care, the environment and foreign aid.
Threatened chinook the focus of Stillaguamish Tribe's hatchery
Efforts are underway to supplement the population of chinook from the South Fork of the Stillaguamish River.
Tribes report on progress, challenges at chamber meeting
Tulalip Tribes chairman Mel Sheldon shared the Tribes' plans with members of the Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce at a recent breakfast meeting.
Snowboarders win medals at B.C. competition
Tulalip boarders compete with First Nations Snowboard Team.
Comcast gets Arlington contract
The contract will provide the city with a free public access channel and enhanced services to citizens.
Thu, Mar 26, 2009
Tribal members re-elect leaders at General Council meeting
With 770 votes cast on March 14, Marie Zackuse and Marlin Fryberg Jr. were returned to their seats on the Tulalips' Board of Directors.
Earth Hour slated for March 28
Touted as a "global vote" for the Earth, promoters are urging everyone to turn off their lights for an hour at 8:30 p.m. (local time) on March 28.
Bajio Mexican Grill opens at Lakewood Crossing
Unique Mexican cuisine featured at franchised restaurant.
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