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Cleanup helps people dispose of unwanted items

The city of Arlington helped locals recycle or dump their refrigerators, furniture and electronics as part of their 2018 Spring Cleanup event on June 9. City employees and Waste Management employees...

 

New stage dedicated in Legion Park

Arlington's Legion Park now has a new stage that bands will be able to play at for downtown events and it was built largely through community and volunteer efforts. Community members gathered at the...

 

Looking at some of the newer, unique health trends

It seems every day there is a new trend in health and wellness. With so many new products on the market and "hot" new health trends it's difficult to know what is worth your valuable time and money...

 

Show 'n Shine rolls back into Arlington

Olympic Avenue in Arlington will likely be filled with cars and hot rods as the annual downtown Show 'n Shine Car Show returns for its 19th year this June. The event will be held on June 9 and is put on by the Downtown Arlington Business Association...

 

Free cleanup helps residents dispose of unwanted items

Arlington's 2018 Spring Cleanup Event will help local residents get rid of their refrigerators, freezers and many kinds of electronics on June 9. The free service is available to residents who bring one of this year's city water/sewer billing...

 

Council considers new position in planning and development

After discussion at the May 29 council workshop meeting, council was expected to vote on Monday, June 4, to approve an employment agreement with Jonathan Ventura as police chief, an appointment by the mayor that must be approved by council. Also...

 

Robert Lee La Course

Robert Lee La Course was born July 4, 1955. He passed away May 5, 2018. Robert is survived by his wife Annette Lee Jones LaCourse and his children Tanya Annette, Tracy Ann, Catherine June, Juanita...

 

Arlington Rotary provides defibrillators to community

Arlington police, Haller Park and the Stillaguamish Senior Center, among others, now have better tools to respond to life-threatening heart problems thanks to the Arlington Rotary Club. The local...

 

Film looks at dangers of screen time

Arlington parents concerned about screen time and how it affects children can attend a free screening of "ScreenAgers: Growing up in the Digital Age" on May 21. Arlington area PTAs are hosting the...

 

Sno-Isle Libraries seeks public input for next director

Sno-Isle Libraries is planning to hire a new executive director by the end of the year as their current director has announced her retirement. The library district is now collecting public opinion about what they want from a new director with an onli...

 

Sno-Isle levy narrowly passing

Although the margin is close, Sno-Isle Libraries officials are "cautiously optimistic" that their April 24 proposed library levy measure has passed. As of April 26, 50.46 percent of voters in...

 

How to maximize your healthy habits

If you have been working to improve your health habits, why not get the most out of that effort. Everyone loves to get more bang for their buck, so why not apply that to your health as well. Hydrate...

 

Arlington planning future of its roads

The city of Arlington has begun to make a master plan for how their future streets should look for commuters, bikers and pedestrians as the community grows. As part of this effort they met with local...

 

Stilly Center hosts Aging Mastery Program

Aging adults can learn about how to keep their physical and mental health strong at the Aging Mastery Program being hosted at the Stillaguamish Senior Center in May. The program was developed by the National Council on Aging and is hosted across the...

 

Community members help plan manufacturing, industrial area

Marysville and Arlington have started to map out their vision for the Arlington Marysville Manufacturing Industrial Center with a public kickoff meeting on April 4. The Arlington Marysville...

 

Re-motivate your wellness routine

Remember how gung-ho you were January 1st for your wellness goals? Ready to make 2018 the healthiest year yet. Now here we are in April and the motivation has faded. It’s normal if those new...

 

Sno-Isle Libraries put levy on April ballot

Local voters will be voting on a levy from the Sno-Isle Libraries on their April 24 ballot that is meant to maintain the library district's current operations. Sno-Isle Libraries run local libraries i...

 

Construction underway on Legion Park stage

Volunteer-led construction has begun at Legion Park to build an official stage for the downtown area. Work started on the project on March 17 and city officials hope that the project will be finished...

 

Arlington's George Boulton passes away

Local business owner, long-time Kiwanis member and involved Arlington community member George Boulton passed away on March 18. He died from complications relating to cancer at the age of 81. George...

 

Tolbert gives State of the City

Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert talked about the city's efforts toward public safety, getting those with addictions treated, and the economy during her State of the City on March 13. Policing...

 

Stillaguamish Senior Center hosts Health Fair on March 28

The Stillaguamish Senior Center will gather a number of local health resources and organizations for aging adults as part of their Health Fair on March 28. The Health Fair will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the center at 18218 Smokey Point Blvd.,...

 

City implements changes on Smokey Point Blvd.

The city of Arlington has implemented additional stop signs and a reduced speed limit to Smokey Point Boulevard in an effort to reduce collisions. The changes were finished on March 7. The...

 

Questions, answers and facts about Sno-Isle operations levy

Property taxes are a tough subject, but worth talking about. Almost all of the money needed to operate the Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood/Smokey Point libraries - and the other 20 community...

 

New exercise trends that you will love

There is always a new trend when it comes it getting fit. Some are great and long lasting; while others fade away as quickly as they appeared — prancercising anyone? The great thing is that no...

 

Focusing on infrastructure and economic development

As we leave the winter season and enter into spring, we are graced with a little more sunshine, more people leaving their homes for outdoor activities and the simple joy of enjoying the longer days. More hours in the day also signal the beginning of...

 

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