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 By Andrew Hines    Sports    April 18, 2018 

Shorecrest shuts out Eagles on the pitch

The Arlington boys soccer welcomed the Shorecrest Scots to their home field on April 10. Early on both teams played aggressive, taking turns making runs to the goal only to get their final shots...

 

Eagle Scout makes sign for Haller Park

Arlington's Haller Park has a new sign to welcome guests thanks to a local teen taking on the task for his Eagle Scout project. The sign is made from a tree that was previously in park but was...

 

Arlington's Colin Nelson named WITEA Rookie Teacher of the Year

Arlington Public Schools middle school teacher Collin Nelson has been recognized as the Rookie Teacher of the Year by the Washington Industrial Technology Education Association (WITEA). Nelson is a...

 

Rep. Larsen tours Lakewood High School

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by the new Lakewood High School on March 27 to tour many of the STEM and CTE classes that are new or have been improved by the new campus. Larsen represents Washington's...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    April 4, 2018

Chargers pummel Eagles 17-0

The Arlington girls softball team welcomed the Marysville Getchell Chargers to the their home field on March 30. The Chargers got off to a quick start as they scored three runs in the top of the...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 28, 2018

The former gas station property on Olympic Avenue and Fourth Street that the city of Arlington hopes to turn into an innovation center.

The Arlington Track and Field Team hosted seven other teams, including the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks, for the annual Chuck Randall Relays on March 24. The Chuck Randall Relays sets itself apart...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 28, 2018

Chargers fall to Eagles 8-3

The Arlington boys baseball team opened up their two-game series against the Marysville Getchell Chargers on March 21. In the top of the first inning the Chargers showed that they came to play, as...

 

Arlington's George Boulton passes away

Local business owner, long-time Kiwanis member and involved Arlington community member George Boulton passed away on March 18. He died from complications relating to cancer at the age of 81. George...

 

Local students participate in walkout to protest gun violence

Hundreds of students from local school districts chose to participate in the March 14 national walkout at the one-month mark after the Parkland, Fla.. school shooting. The walkout happened across the...

 

Arlington hosts state Knowledge Bowl

Teams from around Washington came to Arlington High School to compete in the state Knowledge Bowl competition on March 17. Knowledge Bowl is a competition where teams of up to six students face other...

 

Youth Dynamics host auction

The local Youth Dynamics raised funds for their programs for local kids at their annual dinner and auction on March 17. The auction supports a number of different initiatives from Youth Dynamics, a regional faith-based organization that provides supp...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 21, 2018

M-P battles Arlington on the pitch

The Arlington boys soccer team welcomed the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks for the Eagles' first home game of the season, on March 14. From the first pass, the Tomahawks put pressure on the Eagles as...

 

Knowledge Bowl tests students' skills

If you know what the shell on a crab's back is called or what material is used in parquetry then you're probably ready for the Knowledge Bowl. Arlington High School staff members and students...

 

Arlington High School Knowledge Bowl students test their intellectual skills against AHS staff during a Knowledge Bowl on March 8. Arlington will be hosting the state Knowledge Bowl on March 17.

Arlington High School teacher Nick Brown has been recognized as the January Educator of the Month by the Snohomish County radio stations and the Law Offices of Rick Merrill. Brown has taught English...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    March 7, 2018

Arlington prepares for start of track season

The Arlington Eagles Track and Field team had another great year last season as they finished 7-1 on both the boys and girls sides. The boys finished off last year with a District Championship and 11...

 

AHS drama presents 'Seussical The Musical'

Famous Dr. Seuss stories will come to the stage this March as the Arlington High School drama department presents "Seussical The Musical." The play incorporates a number of characters from various...

 

Prairie victory ends Arlington's season

The Arlington boys basketball team travelled to Battle Ground High School to take on the Prairie Falcons in the Regional round of the State Tournament on Feb. 24. After a solid regular season and a...

 

AHS may lose AFJROTC program

Arlington High School's AFJROTC program may end next year because of the U.S. Congress cutting funding to the program due to a lack of enrollment. The Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps...

 

ASD bond failing, MSD levies passing

It appears that both of the Marysville School District’s levy propositions have narrowly passed while the Arlington School District’s bond proposal has failed in the Feb. 13 special election. Arlington School District Bond As of Feb. 16,...

 

Rotary honors students

Four outstanding middle and high school students were recognized on Jan. 25 by the Rotary Club of Arlington for making a difference. The Rotarians wanted to recognize students who stand out in differe...

 

Eagles defeat Meadowdale, fall to Lynnwood

The Arlington girls basketball team took on the Meadowdale Mavericks in the second round of the 3A District Tournament on Feb. 13. From the second the ball hit the floor the Eagles controlled the...

 

Tomahawks defeat Eagles 61-49

The Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball team took on the Arlington Eagles at Jackson High School for the second round of the 3A District Tournament on Feb. 14. Both teams fought back and forth early...

 

Local NAACP chapter names Robinson Student of the Month

Arlington High School senior Destiny Robinson was recognized Feb. 13 as the January Student of the Month for the Snohomish County Chapter of the NAACP. Robinson received a $100 cash scholarship and a...

 

Van Beek signs letter of intent

Arlington High School senior Michael Van Beek has committed to playing football for Washington State University next year as a preferred walk-on. Michael signed his letter of intent in front of...

 

AHS students organize fun run to benefit Seattle Children's Hospital

Arlington High School students Brittany Anderson and Kate Morris are organizing a fun run for Presidents Day that will support the Seattle Children's Hospital. The "Presidents Day Dash" fun run will...

 

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