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Preliminary results in for General Election

Changes are coming to both the Marysville City Council and Arlington City Council as multiple incumbents were defeated in the Nov. 7 General Election. Preliminary ballot results were posted on Nov. 7 with updates throughout the week. Marysville City...

 

M'ville Chamber hosts candidates forum

Local candidates for Marysville and Snohomish County races in the upcoming general election talked about their platforms at a candidates forum on Sept. 29. Candidates from two Marysville City Council...

 

Chamber hosts candidates forum

The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce will host a candidates forum for local races in the upcoming November election during their monthly meeting on Sept. 29. Candidates in two of the Marysville City Council races and in Snohomish County...

 

Preliminary results in for primary election

Preliminary results for August's primary election are in and Marysville's EMS Levy appears to have passed along with several candidates moving on to the ballot in November's general election. The...

 

EMS levy, local races on ballot for Aug. 1 primary election

Ballots for the Snohomish County Primary Election have been mailed out to voters in the county, including to Marysville and Arlington residents. The ballot for the Aug. 1 election contains any races that have more than two candidates, or any other...

 

Community celebrates Boys & Girls Club expansion

Arlington officials and community members celebrated on May 20 the improvements to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club and the two ballfields next to the club that are now complete. The project was pa...

 

Quake Field improvements nearing completion

Local kids will soon begin playing on the new Quake Field near the Arlington Boys & Girls Club, one of the first projects of the Stilly Valley Youth Project to be finished. The youth project put n...

 

Arlington Fire Dept. conducts inspection

Arlington Fire Chief Bruce Stedman and other Arlington officials took a tour of local fire stations and equipment to inspect maintenance and training procedures in the department. City Council...

 

Groundbreaking held at Quake Field

Construction of two new baseball fields in Arlington has begun at Bill Quake Memorial Field as part of the Stilly Valley Youth Project. The two fields next to the Arlington Boys & Girls Club will...

 

Officials break ground for new M-PHS cafeteria

Marysville officials broke ground near the site of the future Marysville-Pilchuck High School cafeteria, which will replace the old cafeteria, site of the Oct. 24, 2014 school shooting. Officials symb...

 
 By Sarah Arney    Communities    May 4, 2016

Volunteers work on Whitehorse Trail

Three hundred people helped clear blackberries on the Whitehorse Trail Saturday. For Comcast Cares Day, employees and their friends and families showed up in Oso on Saturday, gathering at a newly acquired future trail head, one mile west of Oso....

 

County approves tax incentive for potential industrial center

A new tax incentive for manufacturing and industrial businesses is closer to becoming a reality for Marysville and Arlington after Snohomish County Council approval on March 23. Marysville and...

 

Arlington police discuss issues with community

Arlington citizens and police came out to the City Council Chambers on March 30 and 31 to discuss the homeless population, addiction and crime in Arlington. Deputy Chief of Police Jonathan Ventura...

 

Historic farm saved from development

An historic farm in the Stillaguamish Valley won’t be covered by MacMansions after all. A 140-acre farm west of Arlington has been saved by Forterra, a regional sustainability organization that bought a subdivision waiting for construction....

 

Kiwanis clubs support SV Youth Project

The Stilly Valley Youth Project, which will improve multiple youth recreation options for kids in the area, received more than $6,000 from Kiwanis clubs from across the western U.S. and Canada. The...

 

Oso memorial benches donated to Haller Park

Two new granite benches with engravings in remembrance of the March 22 Oso mudslide at Haller Park were unveiled on Nov. 15. The benches were donated to the city by the Tulalip Cabela's store....

 
 By Beckye Randall    News    June 11, 2014

County council gives regional manufacturing a boost

The public hearing held before the Snohomish County Council last Wednesday was one of those rare events at which all the comments heard were in favor of the proposal being discussed. The subject of the hearing was the proposal, spearheaded by...

 
 By Andrew Kneeland    News    June 11, 2014

Arlington celebrates 67th Avenue completion

A 14-year project finally came to an end last weekend, as the City of Arlington celebrated the completion of the final phase of its 67th Avenue improvement project. "It's been a long time coming," Arl...

 

County employees raise $50k for Oso victims

Snohomish County employees have come together to raise $50,714 to support Oso landslide victims and presented a check of $29,000 to the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation on May 23. Snohomish County...

 
 By Outlook Staff    News    May 14, 2014

County planners consider creation of MIC in north Snohomish County

A public hearing date of June 4 has been set to gather comments on a proposed Snohomish County ordinance that would designate 4,091 acres of industrial commercial properties between Marysville and...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    April 16, 2014

Golf course owners seek tax break

Snohomish County Council sent three council members to Arlington Thursday to join three City Council members at a public hearing on a request from Woodland Ridge Joint Venture, to change the tax...

 

Local food service businesses recognized for safety

Disciplined and detail-oriented food operations in Snohomish County were recognized for their food safety efforts with the Snohomish Health District’s Food Safety Excellence Awards. The awards were given out on Feb. 11 to seven of the 4,500 food...

 

Three Snohomish County councilmembers sworn in, including local Ken Klein

New Snohomish County councilmembers, including Arlington's Ken Klein, took their oath of office before the council's first meeting of the year on Jan. 6. Klein is an Arlington resident who previously...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    December 24, 2013

Arlington procrastinates on marijuana sales

Arlington City Council held a public hearing Dec. 16 on a proposed extension of a moratorium on creating regulations for the permitting and licensing of marijuana producers, processors and retail establishments. In its efforts to create a system of...

 

Election results still unclear in some races

The Nov. 5 election is over, but the ballots are still being counted and some races are still too close to call. The final results will be certified on Nov. 26. As we’ve probably all heard by now, the most controversial item on the ballot, I-522,...

 

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