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Haller Park improvements include new restrooms

Haller Park’s new restrooms are currently being installed and Arlington officials expect that they will be open in the next few weeks. The new bathrooms will replace the old unit which was built in the ‘60s and suffered “under the influence of flood water,” said Marc Hayes, director of...

 

Local youth leads service project at Arlington's Haller Park

Local kids and community members came out to Haller Park on March 11 to help prepare the park for upcoming improvements and renovations. The effort was lead by local 5-year-old Jackson Martin, and his mother Breanne Martin, who earned a "Disney...

 

Arlington youth earns Disney grant

Local Arlington 5-year-old Jackson Martin was awarded the national "Disney Summer of Service" grant and will help a work party this March to prepare the Haller Park splash pad. The work will take place on March 11 and children aged 5 to 12 are invite...

 

O'Neal is the first recipient of Mayor's Volunteer Award

Charleen "Char" O'Neal is the first recipient of the Mayor's Volunteer Award in Arlington, meant to recognize the people who donate their time to improve the local community. O'Neal volunteers 80 to 90 hours each month at various locations around...

 

Marysville Toy Store helps spread Christmas spirit

The Marysville Toy Store, which provides free holiday gifts and toys for low-income families, was open last week until Dec. 15. The toy store allows families, selected by the Marysville Community Food Bank, to receive free gifts, stocking stuffers,...

 

Arlington Rotary treats local seniors to a holiday lunch

The Arlington Rotary Club helped provide a holiday lunch for seniors at the Stillaguamish Senior Center on Dec. 16. Every year around the holidays the club comes to the center to buy lunch and serve the residents there, said Rotary member Dave...

 

New president for Arlington DABA

After three years of serving as president of the Downtown Arlington Business Association, Mike Britt will be stepping down and a new leader is coming in for the downtown organization. Local Jeff Phebus is the current president-elect for the 2017...

 

Arlington celebrates Hometown Holidays

Arlington families came down to Olympic Avenue to welcome Santa Claus into town and participate in other holiday cheer at Arlington's Hometown Holidays on Dec. 3. The day included the Santa Parade, lighting the tree at Legion Park, caroling, wagon...

 

Community enjoys Merrysville for the Holidays

The city of Marysville kicked off their holiday season with the 28th annual Merrysville for the Holidays with hundreds of community members gathered around Comeford Park on Dec. 3. The downtown Marysville park was the center of the lighting of the...

 

Arlington launches salary study

At this week’s regular meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled to launch a salary study on non-represented employees. Victoria McGrath, of McGrath Human Resources Group, was scheduled to explain how a market-based salary system works and present an overview of methodology with recommended...

 

Council considers tourism grants

After discussion at this Monday’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council is expected to vote next Monday on the distribution of $146,158 in lodging tax grants as recommended by the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC). Budgeted amount was $160,000. Seventeen requests totaled $185,335. The LTAC...

 

MFD makes student 'Chief for a Day'

Nate Heitman, a local high school student, got to be "Chief for a Day" with the Marysville Fire District on Nov. 9. The "Chief for a Day" program is something the fire district provides to local kids as a way to help raise funds at charity auctions,...

 

Arlington City Council considers city budget

Arlington staff have proposed the 2017-18 budget for the city which they say will "hold the line" on current services, provide room for some transportation projects and have a small increase in property tax. The proposed 1 percent increase would be...

 

Housing Hope breaks ground on project

Housing Hope broke ground on Oct. 28 on their Twin Lakes Landing project in Lakewood which will become a 50-unit development providing households for homeless and low-income families. The Snohomish County nonprofit organization Housing Hope has provi...

 
 By C1    News    September 28, 2016

VCS hosts annual Friendship Walk

Village Community Services held their annual Friendship Walk, Run and Car Wash on Sept. 24, which helps raise funds for programs for those living with disabilities. The 10K run, 5K run and one-mile friendship walk were held by Legion Park in...

 

Sunrise Rotary Hosts Shrimp Boil

The Marysville Sunrise Rotary held its annual Shrimp Boil and Golf Tournament on Sept. 10 and raised approximately $35,000 which will be used to make improvements at a Marysville Park....

 

Rotary installs board

The Rotary Club of Arlington has installed a new board of directors for the 2016-2017 club year. Erik Granroth has been elected as President of the Rotary Club of Arlington this year. Jola Barnett has been installed as President Elect, as well as,...

 

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 vehicles and utility vehicles are among the big rigs...

 
 By Sarah Arney    News    August 24, 2016

Back2School Rally hands out supplies

More than 674 students registered for free backpacks full of school supplies and they collected their backpacks at the Back2School Rally Sunday at Presidents Elementary School in Arlington. At least 150 more were not registered, said coordinators...

 

Arlington celebrates Fourth of July

Arlington residents came together for their multiple Fourth of July events which have become traditions in the community. Families came out for celebrations like the Grand Parade down Olympic Avenue, the Arlington Rotary's Duck Dash and fireworks at...

 

Dollars for Scholars awards scholarship

Arlington Dollars for Scholars Chapter is pleased to announce that Grace Meno has received a Student Volunteer Award from Scholarship America Dollars for Scholars. Grace was awarded a $1,000 scholarship for her postsecondary education and was chosen...

 
 By Andrew Hines    Sports    July 13, 2016

Locals compete in Pedal, Paddle, Puff

On the morning of the Fourth of July families settle in to their traditions as they begin their day. For a number of people that tradition is the Pedal, Paddle, Puff triathlon held at Haller Park in Arlington. This event, presented by the Arlington...

 

Rotary thanks sponsors who are improving Haller Park

The Arlington Rotary Club invited sponsors who have improved Haller Park and are helping with the next big improvement for the park: a splash pad. The Rotary started helping Haller Park and finished installing new playground equipment in 2014. "When...

 

Fourth of July festivities return to Arlington

Arlington’s Frontier Days Fourth of July festivities will return this year with many locals’ favorites events returning to the town, as well as some new additions. A new Stilly Beer and Wine Garden from the Arlington Runners’ Club will begin on July 3 at 4 p.m. at Haller Park. The beer garden...

 

Arlington Rotary gives scholarships

Four graduating seniors from Arlington and Darrington school districts received scholarships from the Rotary Club of Arlington worth $2,000 each. Arlington High School students Grace Meno and Emma VanderWeyst, and Darrington High School students...

 

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