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City Council considers property taxes, EMS levy

Arlington City Council was scheduled to approve the proposed 2018 property taxes and the 2018 EMS levy this Monday, Nov. 20. At the Nov. 6 public hearing no one spoke on the tax levies, but on proposed budget amendments, Lindsay Dunn inquired about $...

 

Former mayor Bob Kraski passes away

Longtime Arlington mayor and leader Bob Kraski passed away last week. Kraski served on the Arlington City Council for nearly 10 years before being appointed as mayor in 1990. He would go on to serve...

 

Marysville gears up for Touch A Truck

Numerous big rig trucks, police and emergency vehicles and public works trucks will be out for Marysville's annual Touch A Truck on Sept. 9. "We are excited to be offering Touch A Truck for the 21st...

 

Local artists participate in Fresh Paint

More than 100 artists, including several local Marysville and Arlington artists, will be at the Fresh Paint festival at the Port of Everett on Aug. 19 and 20. Artists paint, craft or sculpt at the...

 

Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

The Marysville Strawberry Festival brought thousands to the city's downtown for parades, a carnival, the Market in the Park and much more. The Kiddies Parade and Grand Parade down State Avenue are...

 

Shooting in M'ville results in homicide, suspect arrested

Marysville police responded to a shooting in the 4500 block of 73rd Place NE, contacted a 59-year-old male, and took him into custody without incident for murder in the second degree and assault in the first degree. Shortly after 5 p.m.,on June 11,...

 

Council nixes high density on Highland Drive

Last Monday, Arlington City Council listened to members of the community around Highland Drive and voted against an increase to density on 2 acres along Highland Drive near Stillaguamish Avenue. The surrounding property is already zoned high...

 
 By Grace Swanson    News    April 19, 2017

Arlington mother experiences the tragic cost of distracted driving

OLYMPIA, April 19 — Twenty-three-year-old Cody Meyer loved hiking at Wallace Falls in Gold Bar and lighting off fireworks on the Fourth of July. He spent time playing video games with his father...

 

Students can experience job options

Local high school juniors and seniors are invited to the next Trade Up event in Arlington where they can gain hands-on experience and knowledge of various trades. The event on April 4 will be held...

 

Ride to Remember Oso on March 19

The Ride to Remember Oso on March 19 will commemorate the third anniversary of the 2014 Oso landslide and be the final piece of the America’s Best Communities competition for Arlington and Darrington. “The idea came about from Mark Everett, owner...

 

Families have fun at Touch A Truck

Local kids climbed into the driver's seat and honked horns at the city of Marysville's annual Touch A Truck event on Sept. 10. Marysville's event brings police vehicles, army vehicles, fire vehicles,...

 

M'ville hosts Touch A Truck on Sept. 10

Families and kids will have a chance to get right next to and learn about various trucks and vehicles at Marysville's annual Touch A Truck. Buses, garbage trucks, police vehicles, fire district...

 

Community Transit expands service

Community Transit will launch on Sept. 11 its first significant transit expansion since Snohomish Country voters approved Proposition 1 last fall. The service expansion will add new bus routes along...

 

Free county fair deals with children's mental health issues

To help local families understand the mental health issues surrounding their children Snohomish County will hold a free Children & Youth Mental Wellness Fair on May 7. This is the first year the...

 

Marysville discusses future of State Ave.

Marysville officials are beginning to plan for the future of State Avenue and invited the public to discuss the city's main corridor on Feb. 25. The plan for State Avenue will help to steer the...

 

M'ville plans for future of State Avenue

The city of Marysville is beginning to prepare a master plan for the city's main street corridor, State Avenue, which will help guide how the street looks and is used for the future. City officials...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    December 23, 2015

Council considers budget amendments

This Monday, Arlington City Council was scheduled to have a public hearing on amendments to the city’s 2015 budget. Finance Director Kristin Garcia explained the amendments at last Monday’s workshop meeting. Changes to the budget during the past...

 

Council amends 2015 budget

It was brought to the attention of Arlington City Council that a recent appointee to the city’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee was not eligible to serve on the committee. State law and the Arlington Municipal Code require that the committee be...

 

Council looks at salary ordinance

This week, Arlington City Council was scheduled to approve some amendments to an ordinance on salaries for the mayor and council members as recommended by the Citizen Salary Commission in June. The ordinance was approved earlier this year, as...

 

Preliminary results in for Nov. 3 election

November's General Election included many items important for Arlington and Marysville including city council and mayoral positions, as well as a proposition from Community Transit that could...

 

United Way urges voters to support Proposition 1

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to urge a "Yes" vote on Proposition 1 this November. The measure provides much needed transit investments to ensure our residents can access jobs, education...

 

Meeting the transportation needs of Snohomish County

We've all seen tremendous growth in Snohomish County, and there's more on the way. The Puget Sound Regional Council forecasts the county's population will increase another 240,000 people by 2040 -...

 

Arlington City Council discusses amendment to animal care code

A crowd of animal rights advocates filled Arlington City Council chambers for the workshop meeting Monday, Sept. 14, when Deputy Police Chief Jonathan Ventura reviewed options for updating the city’s animal care and control codes on tethering anima...

 

Families enjoy Touch A Truck

Children got to honk the horns and run the sirens of the city of Marysville's police and public work vehicles and other vehicles during this year's Touch A Truck. The annual event hosted by the city...

 

Touch A Truck returns Sept. 12

Children and families will have the chance to interact with trucks from the city of Marysville and other government organizations at this year's annual Touch A Truck event. Touch A Truck, run by the...

 

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