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Fireworks laws vary in local cities, county

This will be the second year that fireworks are banned in Marysville, while Arlington and Snohomish County residents can discharge them only on July 4. As scheduled in Marysville's original ordinance...

 

Arlington Garden Club donates to Oso Fire Dept.

The Arlington Garden Club donated a couple of planters to the Oso Fire Department and helped clean their Oso Memorial Garden up on June 22. Last year the club also donated a bench to the site of the...

 

Council considers new position in planning and development

After discussion at the May 29 council workshop meeting, council was expected to vote on Monday, June 4, to approve an employment agreement with Jonathan Ventura as police chief, an appointment by the mayor that must be approved by council. Also...

 

Arlington considers utility fee to provide funding for EMS

The Arlington City Council is considering a $15 per month Ambulance Utility Fee that would provide relief to the city's general fund which they would then use to improve public safety. A public...

 

Health fair comes to Legion Park

Arlington health organizations gathered in downtown Legion Park to connect with local families at the Spring into Summer Health Fair put on by the Stilly Valley Chamber of Commerce. This is the first...

 
 News    May 9, 2018

Arlington Police and Fire personnel respond to dog attack

At approximately 12:26 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, Arlington Police and Fire personnel responded to a report of a dog bite to a person in the 6500 block of 204th Street NE. Upon arrival, officers and firefighters discovered four people with injuries from...

 

Concerns expressed about downtown development

Arlington City Council was scheduled to accept the lowest bidder on the Arlington Valley Road, which will provide access to industrial lands between 67th Avenue and Kent Prairie. The road has been in the works since 2015, when the city identified...

 

Communities plan Easter Egg Hunts

Easter Egg Hunts hosted by Arlington and Marysville will return this year at the end of the March. Both annual events will be held on Saturday, March 31, this year. Marysville Easter Egg Hunt There...

 

Arlington, firefighters disagree on Senate Bill 6213

Officials from Arlington’s firefighters union are disappointed after a bill that would have given greater coverage for some health risks was lobbied against by an Arlington representative. Senate Bill 6213 would have added a number of cancers that...

 

Local fire districts form academy

Local fire districts may have a closer fire academy to certify their recruits this year as Snohomish County districts are working together to form their own training academy. South Snohomish County...

 

Nehring gives State of the City

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring talked about the current state of the city's public safety initiatives, economy and recreation opportunities during his State of the City on Jan. 26. Nehring was happy...

 

Larsen meets with Arlington's DABA

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by downtown Arlington on Jan. 24 to meet with local leaders from the Downtown Arlington Business Association to learn about how the organization is doing. The Downtown...

 

Marysville Fire District welcomes new members

The Marysville Fire District introduced a new board director, swore in two new firefighter/paramedics, and introduced a new mechanic joining the district's staff on Jan. 17. New Board Director Tom...

 

APD has positive impact on community

With nearly 30 personnel responsible for the protection of more than 19,000 people, the Arlington Police Department responds to tens of thousands of incidents throughout the year. Led by Chief Jonatha...

 

ASD bond would improve schools

Arlington School District voters will make a decision on Feb. 13 regarding a $107.5 million bond proposal which funds a variety of projects, including replacing Post Middle School. All schools would...

 

Tolbert discusses Arlington's plans for 2018

When looking forward to the issues that the city will be addressing in 2018, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said the planned Marysville-Arlington Manufacturing Industrial Center continues to have the potential to create a lot of local jobs. Local...

 

Arlington firefighters give coats to local kids

As a cold snap blankets the Puget Sound region, some needy children will be dressed for the elements thanks to the actions of charitable firefighters. Firefighters from Fire District 21 - the...

 

UPDATE: Missing Arlington man found

UPDATE (Jan. 5, 1:26 p.m.): Tylor Sullivan has been located; Thank you everyone for your help in getting the word out. He was returning home on his own and ran into Search and Rescue on the trail....

 

Negotiations for merging fire services end

Talks between Marysville and Arlington to potentially merge their fire services are likely coming to an end after the Marysville City Council voted to end negotiations during their Dec. 11 meeting. The city of Marysville is currently provided fire se...

 

James looks forward to serving on council

Longtime Marysville resident Mark James will step into the Marysville City Council next year as one of two new council members. In the Nov. 7 general election James defeated incumbent Donna Wright...

 

Arlington welcomes Santa during Hometown Holidays

The Arlington community welcomed Santa Claus into town with a variety of holiday activities during the annual Hometown Holidays celebration on Dec. 2. The local tradition included the parade which...

 

Arlington firefighters, Santa team up to collect food

Santa Claus and the Arlington Fire Department began visiting local neighborhoods on Dec. 1 as part of the department's annual Santa Run. The 28th annual event, which runs until Dec. 10, brings...

 

CVHF holds Glitter and Gold Gala

The Cascade Valley Health Foundation held their Glitter and Gold: A Winter Fundraiser and Gala on Nov. 24 to raise funds for their community efforts. Community members make themed trees filled with...

 

King hopes to make a difference on City Council

Longtime Marysville resident and community member Tom King will serve as one of the new Marysville City Council members next year. In the Nov. 7 general election, King won the Marysville City Council...

 

Roundy looks to address city's growth

Local accountant Joshua Roundy will serve as the newest member of the Arlington City Council next year. The City Council pos. 2 seat was one of several local elections on this year's Nov. 7 ballot...

 

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