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Marysville police raise funds for Special Olympics

Marysville Police Department officials served families at the local Red Robin on Oct. 21 at an annul event to raise funds for the Special Olympics. Members of the police department partnered with the...

 

Reduce cold-weather fire risks in your home

Plenty of things heat up when the temperature drops, including the risk for fire hazards. Fireplaces, stoves, heating systems, candles, and even electric lights are used more often during the winter t...

 

Baseball club collects for hurricane victims

Local baseball club the Marysville Pilots helped raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma last week. On Sept. 19 and 20 members of the club and coaches helped shoppers and gathered...

 

Marysville receives new HAWK signal

A new type of signal will be activated soon on Marysville's Fourth Street that officials hope will improve pedestrian safety in the area. The "high-intensity activated crosswalk," or "HAWK" signal is...

 

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...

 

Council considers Red Cross grant

This Monday, at Arlington City Council’s workshop meeting, council was scheduled to discuss a grant applicant to Red Cross for $10,000 to help pay for the Ride to Remember Oso, honoring the third anniversary of the landslide, and the Celebration...

 

Chapman, Whyte named Students of the Month

Two Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors were recognized for their community involvement and academics as the November Students of the Month. The award is given by the Marysville Kiwanis and...

 

Marysville Fire responds to Nov. 15 residential fire

At 08:42 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15, the Marysville Fire District was dispatched to a residential fire in the 5600 block of Grove Street. Firefighters arrived at 08:48 a.m. and located a fire in a...

 

Downtown Arlington business destroyed by fire

A fire broke out on Oct. 24 around 7 p.m. in downtown Arlington at the Two Bits & More store. The store is one of the original downtown buildings and currently sits with a partially collapsed...

 

Show n' Shine returns to Arlington

Arlington's 17th annual Show 'n Shine car show brought restored cars, hot rods, antiques and more to Olympic Avenue for car enthusiasts. The event, put on by the Downtown Arlington Business...

 

Marysville Fire responds to Dec. 21 house fire

At 10:27 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 21, the Marysville Fire District was dispatched to a residential fire in the 6800 block of 69th Place NE. Firefighters arrived at 10:33 a.m. and located a fire in a...

 

Arlington Community Resource Center grand opening celebrates partnerships

Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW), a leader in human services among communities in the Northwest, will celebrate the official grand opening of the Arlington Community Resource Center Thursday Oct. 1. The event is to take place from 3 to...

 

Tips to help kids have a safe walk to school

With school just about to begin, kids will no longer be playing in the parks and instead walking to school or their bus stop and local officials hope to keep kids safe on the street with these tips...

 

Richard "Dick" Balnicky

Richard "Dick" Balnicky of Tulalip, Washington passed away on June 17, 2015 at the age of 70. He was preceded in death by his mother Elizabeth Balnicky. He is survived by his daughter Kelly Ann...

 

M-P students honored as Students of the Month

Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Kendall McCoy and Ernest Adcock were recognized as April's Students of the Month for making their school a better place. The Marysville Soroptimist and...

 

One year since Oso tragedy, long road still remains ahead

As the Stillaguamish Valley community prepares for the one-year anniversary of the March 22 Oso landslide that took 43 lives, many seek to remind the community that the healing process is not yet...

 

Community Recovery Team launches new website

A new website at www.mtunited.org is now online and provides resources to support parents and others in the continuing aftermath of the M-PHS school shooting. The website is run by the Community...

 

Red Cross Real Heroes honors M-PHS shooting responders

Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring honored multiple local agencies that stepped up in the aftermath of the Oct. 24 Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting with Red Cross Real Hero medals. The Red Cross...

 

PUD offers low-income, senior energy assistance

In the coming year, Snohomish County Public Utility District expects its energy assistance programs to help more than 17,000 senior citizens and low-income customers struggling with their electric bills. The programs currently provide reductions of...

 

Communities rally around M-P

It's been an emotional, tumultuous week for the Marysville-Pichuck community, but many have been able to use football as an agent of healing. In a gesture of support and solidarity, Oak Harbor...

 

Many organizations, people helped on the day of MPHS shooting

The Marysville School District, Tulalip Tribes, city of Marysville all came together to respond to the Oct. 24 MPHS school shooting, but they also had a lot of support. "The support from this community, this proves that we're going to get through...

 

Washington state saw one if its worst wildfires ever last week so Walgreens began collecting donations

Central Washington had one of the state’s worst wildfires in state history last week and local Walgreens stores will be collecting donations to help the recovery. The wildfires destroyed more than 150 homes in the state’s central counties and...

 

Seattle Mariners will pay tribute to Oso landslide victims

Local residents can receive free tickets for the Seattle Mariners’ “Stilly Valley Community Day” on July 26. To honor the Stillaguamish Valley area and victims of the March 22 Oso landslide the Seattle Mariners are handing out free tickets in...

 

Something new and exciting

Nothing says summer to me more than flowering perennials in the missus's garden. While the spring blooms of the peonies and delphiniums have long faded, the summer performers are starting to take...

 
 By Beckye Randall    Schools    June 4, 2014

Clothes for the Cause at Allen Creek

After the Oso landslide, donations of clothing and household items from individuals and community organizations threatened to overwhelm the capacity to collect and distribute them. Ten weeks later,...

 

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