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Swing into Spring fills AHS with music

Arlington High School's jazz bands brought community members to the school for a night of dinner and dancing as part of their annual Swing into Spring. The concert is a tradition for the school's...

 

Film looks at dangers of screen time

Arlington parents concerned about screen time and how it affects children can attend a free screening of "ScreenAgers: Growing up in the Digital Age" on May 21. Arlington area PTAs are hosting the...

 
 By Sarah Arney    Communities    May 2, 2018

Council considers variety of issues

Arlington City Council met April 23 to review the launch of an initiative that started during its spring retreat in March. The city is proposing changing the design guidelines for historic downtown Arlington to standards, which means the guidelines...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Council reviews tourism grant recommendations

At this Monday’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled to review the proposed lodging tax distributions for 2018. Finance Director Kristin Garcia explained the process and the rational of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee, which...

 

Community tours Arlington schools

Arlington locals learned about potential school improvements from a bond proposal and local curriculum during the most recent Know Your Schools event. Arlington School District officials hold Know You...

 

AHS drama presents 'The Foreigner'

Arlington High School's drama department has begun their fall play, "The Foreigner," which will continue this week with showings on Nov. 10 and 11. The comedy takes place in 1985 in rural Georgia and...

 

Community can tour Arlington schools

Arlington Public Schools invite the public to tour the district's schools during their "Know Our Schools" event on Nov. 15. This year's event will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and begins at...

 

Legends of the Blues returns to BPAC

Legends of the Blues V will be presented Saturday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center at the Arlington High School, 18821 Crown Ridge Boulevard, Arlington.​ Tickets are $15 online, $20 at the door and kids under 12 are...

 

Tony Hoffman speaks to community about addiction, mental health

BMX professional and national speaker Tony Hoffman spoke last week to Arlington kids and community members about his own experience with drug addiction. He talked to students at Lakewood High School...

 

BMX pro talks about addiction

National speaker and BMX professional Tony Hoffman will speak in Arlington about drug addiction and his own struggles on Oct. 19. The talk is hosted by the Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition (ADAC)...

 

Annual Northwest Genealogy Conference set for Aug. 16-19

The Northwest Genealogy Conference returns this month to Arlington for its fourth year from Aug. 16 to 19. The conference is hosted by the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society. President of the...

 

Byrnes Performing Arts Center celebrates 10-year anniversary

Ten years after the Byrnes Performing Arts Center opened its doors, the Arlington School District invited community members to the center for an anniversary celebration. Performances from Arlington Hi...

 

BPAC 10-Year Anniversary Celebration to showcase importance of community arts venue

The Byrnes Performing Arts Center's (BPAC) will be holding its 10-year anniversary celebration on Saturday, June 3. The celebration starts at 5 p.m. with behind-the-scenes tours and refreshments. At...

 

Arlington Arts Council presents 'Summer Vibes'

Start the summer right with appropriate music at “Summer Vibes,” a concert presented by Arlington Arts Council at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd., in Arlington on Saturday, May 27, 7:30 p.m. The show starts with Elias...

 

NCCB schedules May 20 concert

The North Cascades Concert Band's conductor, Rob Pattermann, and the NCCB are happy to announce that Staff Sgt. Hiram Diaz, euphonium player with the U.S. Marine Band "The Presidents Own," from...

 

Arlington City Council addresses variety of issues

At last week’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council learned more about the new horizontal mixed use zoning strategy that will be presented to the public this spring, according to Marc Hayes, permit manager. They also reviewed a revised...

 

'The Coats' concert supports LHS music

Pacific Northwest band “The Coats” will return to Arlington this December in support of the Lakewood High School jazz choir “Swingbeat.” The concert, which includes both “The Coats” and opening numbers by “Swingbeat,” will be held on...

 

AHS Drama presents 'Moon Over Buffalo'

Mistaken identities, broken engagements and more are part of Arlington High School Drama's fall production, the farcical "Moon Over Buffalo." "Moon Over Buffalo is a classic farce. It has a rather...

 

Get tickets now for AHS Drama's fall production "Moon Over Buffalo"

Tickets are now available for Arlington High School) Drama's fall production of "Moon Over Buffalo," AHS' first comedy in many years. "Putting together a comedy is certainly a lot of fun," said AHS...

 

Evening of Honor supports veterans

One Arlington veteran hopes to create a new way for the community to support its service members with the Evening of Honor Concert which was held on Oct. 8. Christopher St. John, a local Navy...

 

Forum focuses on heroin

Local health officials, parents and law enforcement officers came out to discuss the increasing role of heroin in today's society at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center on Sept. 27. The Snohomish...

 

Forums focus on opioid addiction

With heroin and opioid problems continuing across the nation, Snohomish County officials are hosting discussions on the issues in Tulalip, Arlington and two other Snohomish County locations this...

 

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