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Marysville enjoys Strawberry Festival

Thousands of visitors and locals participated in this year's Strawberry Festival, enjoying rides at the carnival, perusing the market and watching the Grand Parade, among other activities. The...

 

AHS celebrates Class of 2018

More than 300 Arlington High School students celebrated completing high school at the school's Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony on June 14. Many speakers appreciated the variety of accomplishments...

 

M-P's Class of 2018 honored

Hundreds of students from Marysville-Pilchuck High School got their diploma during the school's graduation on June 13. The students in the school's Class of 2018 had to endure more than most because...

 

MG's Class of 2018 celebrate graduation

Marysville Getchell High School seniors took their first steps as graduates on June 13 at the school's Commencement Ceremony. Students walked across the stage at the Angels of the Winds Arena and for...

 

Strawberry Festival's Kids Day provides fun for the entire family

The Marysville Strawberry Festival kicked off this year with events on June 9, including a day out at Asbery Field meant just for the kids. Bouncy houses, trampolines and a mechanical bull, along...

 

Show 'n Shine fills Olympic Avenue

Olympic Avenue was filled with antique cars, roadsters and other vehicles during the 19th year of Arlington's Show 'n Shine Car Show. The downtown car show was held on June 9. The event is put on by...

 

Lakewood's Class of 2018 celebrates graduation

Lakewood High School graduating seniors turned their tassels and took their first steps away from high school during their 2018 commencement ceremony on June 8. The graduating class accomplished a...

 

Strawberry Festival kicks off on June 9

The Marysville Strawberry Festival will return with a parade and its main festivities on June 16 and will have events running from June 9 to 17. The festival is kicked off with the Berry Run on June...

 

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...

 

Challenge Day connects families to healthy options

Marysville kids climbed the rock wall and kicked soccer balls while learning about local healthy activities for the summer at the Healthy Communities Challenge Day. This year's event was held on June...

 

Fireworks banned in M'ville, fine increases

Following a successful reduction in property damage and injuries in the first year of a citywide fireworks ban, the city of Marysville and Marysville Fire District once again remind residents that...

 

Arlington honors fallen veterans

The Arlington community gathered around Legion Park, up and down Olympic Avenue, to recognize Memorial Day and watch the Memorial parade on May 28. The annual parade is put on by the American Legion...

 

Marysville commemorates Memorial Day

Community members recognized fallen veterans during military service during Marysville's annual Memorial Day ceremony on May 28. The ceremony is organized by Marysville's American Legion Post 178 and...

 

Arlington considers utility fee to provide funding for EMS

The Arlington City Council is considering a $15 per month Ambulance Utility Fee that would provide relief to the city's general fund which they would then use to improve public safety. A public...

 

Planned Haller Park splash pad will be delayed

The Haller Park splash pad project has been delayed after the bidding process came back with only a single bid that was about $500,000 over budget. The city had the project at a budget of $775,500, bu...

 

Berg steps down as MSD superintendent

After a 32-year career in education and five years with the Marysville School District, Superintendent Becky Berg will be relinquishing her duties and responsibilities as superintendent pending Board...

 

Health fair comes to Legion Park

Arlington health organizations gathered in downtown Legion Park to connect with local families at the Spring into Summer Health Fair put on by the Stilly Valley Chamber of Commerce. This is the first...

 

MFD hosts open house, dedicates new fire engines

The Marysville Fire District added two new fire engines to their fleet and invited the community to their open house and engine dedication on May 16. The 2017 Rosenbauer fire engines have been in...

 

Marysville School District holds Military Career Day

Army, Navy and other military options were available at the Marysville School District's Military Career Day on May 10. Students from Marysville-Pilchuck High School, Marysville Getchell High School...

 

Swing into Spring fills AHS with music

Arlington High School's jazz bands brought community members to the school for a night of dinner and dancing as part of their annual Swing into Spring. The concert is a tradition for the school's...

 

Performers shine at Talent Show auditions

Marysville Strawberry Festival Talent Show hopefuls came to the Marysville-Pilchuck High School auditorium to sing, dance or perform as part of the Talent Show auditions on May 10 and 11. The Talent...

 

Local kids reel in fish at Marysville's Fishing Derby

Children reeled in fish, sometimes their first catch ever, at the annual Marysville Fishing Derby held on May 5. The event, held at the Jennings Park pond, provides a local free option for families...

 

Arlington students learn about trades

Arlington students learned about career opportunities around the area as part of the district's second annual Skilled Trades event. A total of 31 businesses and organizations came out to Arlington...

 

FFA students hold annual plant sale

Arlington High School FFA students raised funds by selling plants that they have taken care of throughout the year as part of their annual Plant Sale. This year's event was held from May 4 to 6. FFA (...

 
 News    May 9, 2018

Arlington Police and Fire personnel respond to dog attack

At approximately 12:26 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, Arlington Police and Fire personnel responded to a report of a dog bite to a person in the 6500 block of 204th Street NE. Upon arrival, officers and firefighters discovered four people with injuries from...

 

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