Thu, Dec 20, 2012
Guided snowshoe walks make winter accessible
Join the Forest Service for hikes, group tours and more.
Rasmussen to resign from City Council due to move
Transit services on holiday schedule
Share your stories of the trail
Snohomish County seeks photos and stories of Centennial Trail for an interpretive project.
Free clinic now open on Saturdays
The Saturday Clinic is held at Stanwoods Safe Harbor Free Clinic on 1st and 3rd Saturdays of every month.
Arlington to participate in regional fire services study
The possibility of partnering with other local fire agencies will be determined.
Wed, Dec 5, 2012
Marysville gets ready for winter
The City of Marysville is prepared for winter; citizens and businesses are urged to do the same.
Mayor establishes new Youth Council
Nehring seeks student members to give young people a stronger voice in their community's future.
Parvo outbreak closes dog parks
Marysville's Strawberry Fields For Rover off-leash park remains open, but officials urge owners to take precautions.
Officer will not be tried again
After Derek Carlile's recent trial ended in a mistrial, Snohomish County prosecutors have decided to dismiss criminal charges against him in his daughter's shooting death.
Honda dealership opening in Marysville
The O'Brien Auto Group will open a new showroom north of 156th Street.
Mayor seeks citizens for Library Board
Arlington updating sign code
Citizens are invited to comment on the draft documents.
City learns of WSDOT funding to pave SR 531 next year
Arlington City Council approves the 2013 budget, including an increase in property tax rates.
Better access from Lakewood shopping
The overcrossing at 156th St. NE opened in mid-November.
Tue, Nov 20, 2012
Getting from here to there a little easier
The fully connected 51st Avenue provides new south to north access for Marysville.
Help with power bills available
Snohomish County's Energy Assistance Program is fully funded.
PUD refi will save $11 million
Strong bond ratings trim borrowing costs for the public utility.
Coal project elicits comments
The lead agencies are holding comment meetings as they scope the impact of coal trains and expanded shipping facilities.
Arlington considers 1 percent increase in property taxes
The City Council has set a deadline for approval of the 2013 budget.
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