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Day of Hope supports local families

Local families received free shoes, groceries, health and dental screenings, and more at the Day of Hope in Arlington on Sept. 16. Arlington-area churches partnered together with the international nonprofit organization Convoy of Hope to bring the...

 

Kids experience pioneer life

Kids and families got to play as pioneers and learn about history at the Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers' annual Pioneer Days on Sept. 16. The local historical organization brings out artifacts like a clothes press, a wheat grinder and a butter...

 

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 an event for getting an understanding about the...

 

Larsen invites constituents to Marysville 'Mobile Office Hours'

Constituents of Rep. Rick Larsen (WA-02) are invited to meet one-on-one with his staff at a “mobile office hours” event in Marysville on Saturday, Sept. 23. Larsen’s staff hold monthly “Mobile Office Hours” events to provide constituents assistance with federal agencies, including issues s...

 

Local school districts welcome students back for new year

Local school districts opened their doors for the first day of school last week on Sept. 6. The Marysville, Lakewood and Arlington school districts all welcomed their students, grade 1 through 12, back, while kindergarten students begin the week...

 

Marysville celebrates Touch A Truck

Kids got to climb into fire engines, garbage trucks, public works vehicles and more at Marysville's annual Touch A Truck on Sept. 9. The city of Marysville puts on the event each year at Asbery Field and brings in a number of different trucks from a...

 

Cars, spectators turn out for Drag Strip Reunion

Drag racers and hundreds of other cars came down to the Arlington Airport field for the 14th annual Arlington Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show on Sept. 9. The car show is put on by volunteers and raises funds for many local charities. It typically dra...

 

Tulalip Tribes help raise awareness, remember overdose victims

The Tulalip Tribal community participated in International Overdose Awareness Day with their own event commemorating those who have passed, and raising awareness about overdose issues on Aug. 31. "We wanted to create awareness. We've lost a lot of li...

 

Marysville School District prepares for new year

Marysville School District officials worked across the summer to make improvements to their schools in preparation for the upcoming school year. Those changes include a new gym floor at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, a new wheelchair ramp for the...

 

Arlington PD steps up recruitment

The Arlington Police Department is working on a recruitment video that officials hope will make Arlington an attractive option for police officer candidates. "We are, pretty much like all agencies, having trouble filling all of our positions," said...

 

Kids learn about aviation

Kids got to take to the air and got a close-up look at the various airplanes at the Arlington Municipal Airport during the annual Airport Appreciation Day held on Aug. 26. The Arlington Municipal Airport holds the event each year to invite the...

 

Tulalip Tribes host Back to School Bash

Local native students received free backpacks, school supplies and participated in rides and games at Tulalip Tribes' Annual Back to School Bash on Aug. 23. The event at the Don Hatch Youth Center provides activities like rides and rock wall climbs...

 

Arlington schools prepare for start of new school year

The Arlington School District is preparing for the new school year with new initiatives to improve facilities and education for students. Officials at the district have adopted a new strategic plan and district logo, a new English curriculum for all...

 

Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers gather for 105th annual picnic

The Stillaguamish Valley Pioneers gathered on Aug. 20 for their 105th annual Pioneer Picnic The Pioneers association was started by the original settlers of the valley and continues to the present with descendants of the original homesteaders and...

 

Community turns out for All Marysville Garage Sale

More than 70 locals hosted garage sales in Marysville during the first All Marysville Garage Sale weekend held from Aug. 18 to 20. The event was meant to start an all-city garage sale similar to events in other areas. "My wife enjoys events like...

 

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 bulk of its Walmart gift cards to registered families...

 

Festival of the River

The Stillaguamish Tribe's Festival of the River returned to the Arlington area, bringing music, Native culture and environmental education to the public on Aug. 12 and 13. The local tribe presents the festival each year to educate the public about th...

 

Lakewood's new high school on track for Sept. opening

The new Lakewood High School is on schedule to open for students the first day of the upcoming school year this September. Lakewood School District officials report that the new high school construction is still ongoing, but on track to be finished....

 

Arlington City Council approves SODA ordinance

Arlington's City Council has approved a new ordinance they hope will keep repeat drug offenders away from the Smokey Point area. The council approved the new "Stay Out of Designated Area" or SODA ordinance during their Aug. 7 meeting. The new...

 

Neighborhood events highlight Marysville's National Night Out

Marysville neighborhoods got together on Aug. 1 as part of the annual National Night Out to meet local police officers, firefighters and city officials. The national event began in 1984 and is meant to raise awareness of community police efforts and...

 

Arlington celebrates National Night Out

Arlington communities came out to meet their neighbors and their police officers during National Night Out on Aug. 1. At least seven different Arlington neighborhoods including Gleneagle, Crown Ridge, Kona Crest, Country Manor, Airway Park and...

 

Preliminary results in for primary election

Preliminary results for August's primary election are in and Marysville's EMS Levy appears to have passed along with several candidates moving on to the ballot in November's general election. The primary election is for special measures like the...

 

Silvana Fair celebrates 70th year

The Silvana Fair celebrated its 70th year in operation on July 29, helping local kids present their animals in one of the first fairs of the summer season. The annual event in Silvana provides activities for families, an opportunity for kids to...

 

Talks continue on forming Regional Fire Authority

Officials from Arlington, Marysville and Fire District 12 met on July 27 to continue talks of consolidating their fire services into a Regional Fire Authority (RFA). Fire department officials and elected representatives discussed some of the...

 

MSD's Remle earns national award

Matt Remle, a Native American liaison for the Marysville School District, was recently recognized as the National Indian Education Association's Educator of the Year. Remle said the news definitely surprised him. "Honestly, I'm still in a little bit...

 

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