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Students learn science, engineering at Mars Day

Haller Middle School students built makeshift solar panels, programmed robots, created aquaponics, and more as part of their second annual 'Mars Day' on June 14. Sixth-graders at the school got to...

 

Carnival raises funds for chamber

The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce's carnival returned for another year of rides and games from June 7 to 10. The carnival, which is held next to the Tulalip Cabela's, raises funds for the...

 

Festival could not happen without volunteers, sponsors

Hello Marysville and welcome to “The Berry Patch.” The Strawberry Festival, not unlike every other Community Festival, could not go on without the support of sponsors. We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank these...

 

Military families contribute to local communities

Military families often get involved in their communities and provide many benefits to their towns and neighborhoods. To recognize and thank military members and their families for all that they do...

 

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...

 

Communities plan Easter Egg Hunts

Easter Egg Hunts hosted by Arlington and Marysville will return this year at the end of the March. Both annual events will be held on Saturday, March 31, this year. Marysville Easter Egg Hunt There...

 

Arlington's Operation Christmas Hope helps local families have a Merry Christmas

Hundreds of local families received free holiday gifts this year as part of Operation Christmas Hope, an annual effort to make sure local kids don't go without holiday gifts. The event, held this...

 

AHS DECA helps local families

The Arlington High School DECA program delivered food and other donations to families in need this week. This is the 23rd year that DECA students have gathered donations for families. The students...

 

Marysville Police hold coat drive for kids

The Marysville Police Officers Association held their third annual coat drive to provide coats, hats, gloves and scarves to local children in need. The drive was held from Nov. 24 to Nov. 26 in front...

 

Marysville Police accepting donations for coat drive

The Marysville Police are accepting donations of new coats, hats, and gloves for the Marysville Community Food Bank. This is an annual event to help our neighbors in need. Donations will be accepted at the following locations; Friday, Nov. 24,...

 

Working together to help our neighbors

As the weather gets colder and we approach the holiday season, some of our neighbors are struggling to make ends meet. This can be an even more difficult time for people who don’t have enough resources to meet their family’s food and clothing...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

The Marysville Strawberry Festival brought thousands to the city's downtown for parades, a carnival, the Market in the Park and much more. The Kiddies Parade and Grand Parade down State Avenue are...

 

AHS DECA collects food, cash donations to benefit local families

This December students from Arlington High School's DECA program helped collect food and cash donations outside the local Safeway and Walmart as part of the 22nd annual Santa's Little Helpers...

 

AHS DECA Club collecting food

If you’ve shopped at the Arlington Safeway or Walmart over the past week, you’ve probably seen Arlington High School DECA students collecting food at the doors. As shoppers enter the store, they are greeted by the DECA students who pass out...

 

Arlington food bank distributes Thanksgiving meal baskets

When the volunteers at the Arlington Community Food Bank looked at its holiday meal basket distribution for last year, they noticed that the first days of Thanksgiving and Christmas meal distribution...

 

Marysville police collect coats for local children

The Marysville Police Officers Association sponsored a coat drive for the second year in a row to provide coats to local families in need. Volunteers from a local church, the Stilly Venom Baseball...

 

Local unions help provide coats for kids

The Marysville Police Officers Association will run their second annual coat drive on Nov. 18 and 19 while another local union from the Marysville Fire District finished their own coat drive this...

 

All City Food Drive kicks off in M'ville

More than 90 red barrels are currently up at Marysville businesses to collect toys, food and other goods as part of the All City Food Drive which kicked off on Nov. 5. The donations provide the...

 

Arlington Food Bank prepares for holidays

The Arlington Food Bank is getting ready for their Thanksgiving and Christmas meal giveaways this year and is gathering food for the holidays. Many different organizations run food drives for the...

 

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 Co...

 

Community Transit expands service

Community Transit will launch on Sept. 11 its first significant transit expansion since Snohomish Country voters approved Proposition 1 last fall. The service expansion will add new bus routes along...

 

Frances Lena Stevens

Frances Lena Stavens was born on Nov. 14, 1917 and passed away on July 7, 2016. Friends of Frances Stevens (children: Celeste, Sharon, Adrian, Mark) will meet Friday, Aug. 19, 2016, at 7 p.m. at the Mormon Church, 172nd St. NE & 43rd Ave NE, Smokey...

 

Sheldon presents State of the Tribes

Mel Sheldon Jr., Chairman of the Tulalip Tribes, talked about projects the Tribes have completed and the $150 million in future projects during his State of the Tribes address on June 24. Sheldon...

 

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