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Kids read with Royalty

Local students can go to Pinewood Elementary in Marysville to read with the Strawberry Festival Royalty in the annual Reading with Royalty program. The program began on July 19 and will continue each Wednesday throughout the summer until Aug. 23....

 

Brew Fest raises funds to fight Usher syndrome

The Arlington Brew Fest returned for a second year, bringing many breweries to Arlington's Legion Park and raising funds for research for a cure of Usher syndrome on July 22. This is the second year for the event which was started by Vision for a...

 

Sir Hops A Lot is Arlington Arts Council's newest addition to Haller Park

The Arlington Arts Council has donated a 2,700 pound frog sculpture to add an art piece to Haller Park. The council's main mission is to promote art around the town and increase the number of public art pieces that are featured. "One of our goals is...

 

Hibulb hosts child archeologists

Tulalip and Marysville children got to dig through the sand and touch some archaeological artifacts at the Tulalip Tribe's Hibulb Cultural Center during Children's Archaeology Day on July 15. "The Hibulb Cultural Center is hosting this event to have...

 

Behavioral hospital in Smokey Point opens

The 70,000 square foot, 115 bed, Smokey Point Behavioral Hospital held its grand opening and ribbon cutting July 13. The new mental health hospital will provide services for those dealing with drug addiction, depression or other mental problems, and...

 

Books on the bus rolls through Arlington

Arlington kids will be able to keep reading this summer as the Arlington School District's Books on the Bus program has started up again this year. This is the third year for the district's bookmobile program which began on June 28 and will continue...

 

Fireworks incidents reduced over Fourth

This Fourth of July was the first with a fireworks ban in place for the city of Marysville and the Marysville Fire District and Marysville Police Department reported reduced use. The number of emergency responses because of fireworks was much lower than previous July 4 holiday periods, according to...

 

Arrest made in connection with fatal hit and run accident on July 6

A 60-year-old Puyallup man was arrested today by Marysville investigators regarding the fatal hit and run collision that occurred on July 6 at the onramp to Northbound I-5 at 4th St. Good old fashioned police work; surveillance, canvasing neighborhoods, searching for videos, working with local...

 

Arlington Police make arrest in two June robberies

On July 19, 2017 Arlington Police arrested a 20-year-old Arlington man for his involvement in two late night robberies that occurred in June 2017. The first robbery occurred just after midnight on June 9, 2017, in the 7900 block of 200th Street NE. In this incident, an individual approached a...

 

Visitors, community enjoy Arlington's annual Fly-In

Hundreds of pilots and airplanes came to the Arlington Airport from July 7 to July 9 as part of this year's Arlington Fly-In. Small airplanes, historical aircraft, military vehicles and more were on display at the event for locals and the pilots...

 

Marysville plans to expand emergency management program

The city of Marysville plans to expand their current emergency preparedness program in the future. Local Marysville staff plan to take over duties that the county currently handles. Emergency services include responsibilities like responding...

 

Families enjoy Marysville Spray Park, Arlington splash pad in the works

Marysville's Spray Park is open for the summer as Arlington's Haller Park splash pad continues with planning. Splash pads are water attractions with numerous water jets, but no standing water, meant to be a summer activity that is much safer than...

 

Arlington works to fight addiction, homelessness

The city of Arlington is beginning some initiatives, and continuing others, meant to help fight homelessness and addiction in the city. On June 19 the City Council passed an ordinance establishing a Social Services Fund that will be used to assist...

 

Talks continue on Regional Fire Authority

Talks continue between the cities of Arlington and Marysville, and Fire District 12 about potentially combining their fire and emergency services into one Regional Fire Authority. The three groups hired a facilitator/consultant, Karen Reed, to help...

 

Fire damages Value Village in Marysville

An early morning fire July 2 damaged the Value Village store at 1334 State Avenue in Marysville. Firefighters responded to a report of a vehicle on fire at the location, shortly after midnight. They found a fire burning inside a semi-truck attached to the store. Smoke and some flames had also...

 

Arlington celebrates Fourth of July

The city of Arlington held their Fourth of July Frontier Days celebration across the entire day, with parades and many activities for families. Usually one of the biggest days for the town, this year was filled with annual traditions like the Pedal...

 

Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber presents annual carnival

The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce's carnival returned last week and will run through July 4 this year. The carnival, provided through a partnership with Butler Amusements and the local chamber, is an annual event for the Smokey Point...

 

Future of Getchell's SLCs to be studied further

The status quo will remain for Marysville Getchell High School's small learning communities for now, although a new committee is looking at district-wide issues relating to the SLCs. The Marysville School District board of directors approved a...

 

Village Restaurant opens in new location

The Village Restaurant held the grand opening of their new location on June 24 after their previous building burned down earlier this year. For many decades the restaurant had been a well-known part of the Marysville downtown core, however a fire...

 

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 some of the main draws of the festival. This year's...

 

AHS celebrates Class of 2017

About 350 graduates from Arlington High School walked on stage to receive their diploma at the Xfinity Arena in Everett on June 15 during the graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2017. Valedictorian Drake King said students are celebrating a lot...

 

Marysville-Pilchuck Class of 2017 holds graduation

Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors walked across the stage at Xfinity Arena in Everett on June 14 as part of their graduation. A total of 340 students were in this year's graduating class. Many students said it was a time they never thought...

 

Marysville Getchell honors Class of 2017

After 13 years of school, 359 Marysville Getchell students walked across stage during their graduation ceremony on June 14. Getchell students held their graduation at Xfinity Arena in Everett. It has been a long journey for the students to get to...

 

Lakewood honors Class of 2017

Lakewood High School seniors took their final steps as students as they received their diplomas at the school's graduation on June 16. The class will be the last to graduate from the current Lakewood High School, as the new Lakewood High School is sc...

 

Fireworks ban now in effect in Marysville

This is the first year that Marysville's fireworks ban will be in place, but even those who reside in Arlington or in unincorporated Snohomish County should know the laws around discharging fireworks for this Fourth of July. Marysville The fireworks...

 

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