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Take the Family Sugar Slash Challenge

It’s sugar season. Halloween alone is responsible for over 600 million pounds of candy sold in America. American children eat on average an extra pound of candy on Halloween. We are all aware at...

 

Program helps donate Halloween candy to troops

Kids can donate their excess Halloween candy to troops overseas and receive cash as part of a Candy Buyback program from Marysville’s Ideal Wellness. This is the fourth year of the program from the Smokey Point and Mill Creek weight loss clinic....

 

All City Food Drive kicks off on Nov. 4

Food and toy donation barrels will be found throughout Marysville on Nov. 4 as the Marysville All City Food Drive kicks off for the holiday season. The red barrels around the community are meant to collect donations for the Marysville Community Food...

 

Arlington chamber hosts candidates forum

Local candidates in Arlington City Council races and the Snohomish County Council District 1 race talked at a local candidates forum on Oct. 10. The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce hosted...

 

Toy drive features Seahawks players

Current and former Seattle Seahawks players will be helping at a toy donation drive at Tulalip’s Seattle Premium Outlets on Oct. 20. The “Toys for Tots Blue Drive” will be at the Seattle Premium Outlets Mall at 10600 Quil Ceda Blvd, Tulalip, 1-...

 

Local cities team up to fight panhandling

Marysville and Arlington officials worked together on a community resource brochure that they hope will guide people to organizations that help homeless individuals instead of giving money directly...

 

M'ville considers Stay Out of Drug Area

Marysville officials may approve a new "Stay Out of Drug Area" for north Marysville/Lakewood that would prevent some offenders from returning to the area. The potential ordinance would allow for...

 

Arlington Arts Council auction will be held Oct. 21

In recognition of the partnership that Arlington Arts Council enjoys with the city of Arlington, the city’s Public Works Director Jim Kelly has been named Art Advocate of 2017. The Sarah M. Arney Art Advocate of the Year award was established nine...

 

Larsen tours Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by the recently opened Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital to get a tour of the region's new facility. The 115-bed hospital opened in June at 3955 156th St. NE, Marysville....

 

Cities receive grant for industrial center

Marysville and Arlington received a total of $100,000 in grant funding to finish more work around their planned Manufacturing and Industrial Center near Smokey Point and north Marysville. Local...

 

Nutritional labels can be confusing

Let's face it, nutritional labels are confusing. It can be hard to tell if what you are looking at on the label is a positive or negative for your health. Fact or Fiction: Low Fat is better for you....

 

City Council considers street closures, tourism grant applications

After discussion at the Sept. 25 workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled this week to adopt amendments to the city’s comp plans for water and wastewater systems. In its consent agenda, council was expected to approve street closures...

 

Fiber-optic network coming to north M'ville

Comcast will provide the latest infrastructure improvement to the north Marysville area that is planned for manufacturing and industrial jobs. They are building a high-speed fiber-optic network in...

 

Auditors arrive for annual audit

In the agenda for this week’s workshop meeting, on Monday, Sept. 24, the city’s finance director Kristin Garcia announced that auditors arrived Monday, Sept. 18 to begin the 2016 audit. “They are beginning the review of 2016 financial...

 

Small animal shelters hold adoption event

Several small animal shelters gathered on Sept. 16 in Smokey Point for an adoption event and to highlight uncommon animals that need to be adopted and lesser-known local shelters. "This is basically...

 

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...

 

Local foods shine at Farm to Table dinner

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce highlighted locally produced food with their "Farm to Table" dinner on Sept. 9. The dinner helped raise money for a new Arlington Farmers Market...

 

Easy hacks to help you get healthy

We are always looking for the best hacks to help save us time, money and energy in all aspects of life. Health and wellness being one of them whether we are looking to lose weight, get fit, change a...

 

Drag Strip Reunion comes to the Arlington Airport

The annual Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show will bring hundreds of cars and dragsters to the Arlington Airport again this year on Sept. 9. The show is at the Arlington Airport and the entranc...

 

Helping Hands helps local families prepare for school

Arlington thrift store Helping Hands gave away more than $2,000 this month to a couple dozen area families to help them with school supplies.. On Aug. 19 the nonprofit thrift store handed out the...

 

Sno-Isle Libraries select location for new library

Sno-Isle Libraries has entered into a lease for a Smokey Point building where they plan to open a new Lakewood/Smokey Point library at the beginning of 2018. They hope to open in January next year....

 

Arlington chamber gets new executive director

Jennifer Egger takes the helm at the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Longtime Arlington community member Jennifer Egger is the new executive director of the Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce. The local chamber of commerce supports Arlingto...

 

Chamber's Farm to Table dinner supports local farms

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce hopes to support local farms and families this September with their "Farm to Table Dinner." The Sept. 9 dinner will feature locally farmed food prepared...

 

Photovoice: Farmers speak out with images

Two Arlington area farmers joined others from across Snohomish County to express their concerns about agriculture here, in the Stillaguamish Valley, and in the Snohomish and Skykomish river valleys...

 

Frank Louis Moreno

Frank was born in Hico, Texas, and raised by his maternal grandmother in nearby Waco. As a young man, he worked endless hours in the fields of south Texas, farming, ranching and repairing machinery....

 

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