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Arlington hosts Easter Egg Hunt

Hundreds of kids came out to dash for eggs during the Arlington's annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 15 at the Arlington Airport Field. The event had one of its largest turnouts last year with more than 1,000 kids coming to the field. This year appeared...

 

Families enjoy Marysville's Easter Egg Hunt

Kids found thousands of eggs near Jennings Park's barn and gardens during the 2017 city of Marysville Easter Egg Hunt on April 15. Around 12,000 eggs were planned to be hidden around the park during the day, most containing candy but some containing...

 
 News    April 19, 2017 

ASD selects next AHS principal

Bainbridge High School's principal Duane Fish will become the next principal at Arlington High School and plans to begin on July 1. The Arlington School District's Board of Directors confirmed the selection of Fish as the next principal of their...

 
 By Grace Swanson    News    April 19, 2017 

Arlington mother experiences the tragic cost of distracted driving

OLYMPIA, April 19 — Twenty-three-year-old Cody Meyer loved hiking at Wallace Falls in Gold Bar and lighting off fireworks on the Fourth of July. He spent time playing video games with his father and brother and hanging out with his girlfriend,...

 
 News    April 19, 2017 

Arlington, Darrington finish just short of top prizes In ABC competition

DENVER, Colo.; April 19, 2017 — While it fell just short of the top prizes, Arlington and Darrington, will forever be considered one of America’s Best Communities. The Arlington/Darrington team earned $150,000 in prize grants from America’s Best Communities, a $10 million community...

 

New Easter Egg Hunt raises funds for local horse rescue

Marysville and Tulalip locals came out to the All Breed Equine Rez-Q horse rescue in Tulalip to hunt for eggs and meet the Easter Bunny on April 8. This is the first year the local horse rescue has hosted an Easter Egg Hunt, which they started to pro...

 

America's Best Communities finale coming April 19

Arlington and Darrington have been in the national America's Best Communities competition for about three years now and are one of eight finalists who will meet on April 19. The final announcement of winners will take place that day in Denver, Colo....

 

John McCoy named Strawberry Festival Grand Marshal

State Senator John McCoy has been named as this year's Grand Marshal for the 2017 Strawberry Festival Grand Parade. "I was surprised, but very excited about the honor," said McCoy. "I look forward to leading the parade," he said. McCoy represents...

 

Arlington closes Traffic Violations Bureau

Traffic tickets from the Arlington Police Department will no longer be payable in Arlington, but a new online option is scheduled to be available soon and a phone option will remain. The city of Arlington will be closing its Traffic Violations...

 

Gov. Inslee visits M-PHS

Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee visited Marysville-Pilchuck High School on March 28 to see the local school district's mental health supports and STEM education practices. The purpose of the visit was "really to promote STEM [Science, Technology,...

 

Arlington Garden Club donates for Oso bench

The Arlington Garden Club has donated $2,200 to Snohomish County Parks to build a bench near the site of the Oso landslide. Club members met with a Snohomish County Parks planner on March 31 to look over the site, pick a location to put the bench...

 

AFD connects with history of 'mascot'

The "mascot" of the Arlington Fire Department, an elk head that has hung in local stations since the 1930s, was reunited with some of the original photos of its capture on March 30. Arlington Fire Department Deputy Chief Tom Cooper said that the elk...

 

Tulalip Tribes host coastal jams to promote indigenous music, culture

For the past few months the Hibulb Cultural Center in Tulalip has hosted Coast Salish music jams to help keep traditional indigenous music going. "This is a cultural center. It's a place where our culture is living, and this is an example of that,"...

 

Mayor Tolbert gives State of the City

In her State of the City address, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said she hopes the city can attract retail businesses, provide family-wage jobs and manage growth. Tolbert has delivered her State of the City to local organizations over the last...

 

M'ville schools get together for All-City Sing

Marysville's elementary and middle schools got together last week to sing together in the annual All-City Sing to finish off Music in the Schools Month. The two-day event brought elementary and middle schools from the Marysville School District to...

 

Rep. Larsen sponsors school safety bill

Schools across the United States could have more federal funds to improve safety and security if the School Safety Act of 2017 is passed. The bill is being sponsored by local U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen, who represents Washington's second congressional dis...

 

Police arrest three suspects in connection with March 24 shooting

Marysville Police Detectives have arrested three suspects in connection with the Friday, March 24, shooting in the Albertson’s parking lot located at 301 Marysville Mall Way. Two adult suspects, a 20-year-old Snohomish man and a 19-year-old Marysville man, were booked for Assault in the first...

 

Ride to Remember Oso honors victims, strong communities

To honor the third anniversary of the Oso landslide which took 43 lives and wiped out much of the small Oso community, local community members gathered to remember and hold a bike ride. The Ride to Remember Oso bike ride was held on March 19, taking...

 

Levy lid extension helps school districts

The maximum amount of funds that Washington state school districts can collect from local levies was scheduled to be reduced by 4 percent in 2018, but state legislators have pushed that date back by one year. The reduction of levy funds would have...

 

AHS students build tiny home homeless shelter

Arlington High School students are putting together a small housing unit that will compete in a state "Showcase of Skills" competition and then serve as a homeless shelter in Seattle. Teacher Scott Striegel said that Washington state put out a...

 

M'ville detectives investigating Friday morning shooting

Marysville Police Detectives are investigating the shooting of a 20-year-old man early on morning the morning of Friday, March 24. Just after 4 a.m., officers responded to the Albertson’s parking lot at 301 Marysville Mall Way where it was reported a man had been shot. Officers arrived on-scene...

 

Local youth leads service project at Arlington's Haller Park

Local kids and community members came out to Haller Park on March 11 to help prepare the park for upcoming improvements and renovations. The effort was lead by local 5-year-old Jackson Martin, and his mother Breanne Martin, who earned a "Disney...

 

State Board of Ed. visits Quil Ceda Elementary

The Washington State Board of Education came to visit Quil Ceda Elementary on March 7 to see the school’s integration of Native American culture into elementary school learning. Cory Taylor, principal of Quil Ceda Elementary, said that the...

 

County plans future of Kayak Point Park

Snohomish County Parks officials hope to make improvements to Kayak Point Park and have begun planning a vision for the future for the area. Parks officials met with the public on March 9 to begin gathering feedback for a master plan for the park....

 

Huestis, Johnson reappointed to Marysville Parks Board

 The Marysville City Council has confirmed the reappointment of Kelly Huestis and Katherine (Kay) Johnson to three-year terms on the Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreations Board. Both were recommended for reappointment by Mayor Jon Nehring.  Huestis is a longtime Marysville youth soccer...

 

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