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Arlington celebrates new Teen Center at Boys & Girls Club

The Arlington Boys & Girls Club opened its new Teen Center with a grand opening party on May 19. The new center provides a place for teens at the club to hang out that offers video games, computers, animation and programming software, a DJ statio...

 

MSD considers budget, future of Getchell's SLCs

The Marysville School District is preparing its budget for a planned ninth year of enrollment decline amid an uncertain amount of money coming from Washington state. District officials are in the process of planning cuts if they are required, and...

 

Auction raises funds for Tulalip Boys & Girls Club

The Tulalip Tribes raised funds for the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club during their 19th annual "It's for the Kids" fundraising auction on May 20. The annual event brings together hundreds of community members at the Tulalip Resort and Casino for...

 

Marysville couple pays off students' lunch debt

Two Marysville community members donated more than $5,000 on May 12 to pay elementary school students' lunch balances at the Marysville School District. The Marysville couple, Thomas and Christine Lee, said that they were looking for a way to help...

 

Cedarcrest presents 'Charlotte's Web'

Cedarcrest Middle School's drama club presented its longest play yet with a presentation of the classic "Charlotte's Web" last week. The middle school drama program is just over a year old now. "We started the drama department here a year ago and thi...

 

AGC plant sale benefits community

The Arlington Garden Club held their annual plant sale on May 13 which helps the club fund their scholarship and community service. Club members grow plants throughout the year to bring to their May sale which happens just before Mother's Day. "We're...

 

Talent abounds at auditions

The Marysville Strawberry Festival's Talent Show is preparing for another great show by ramping up with auditions that were held on May 9 and May 10. Marcy Giesler, organizer of the Talent Show said that the auditions went "really well." "We have a...

 

Arlington Police arrest two on multiple felony charges after traffic stop

At approximately 2:20 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17, an Arlington police officer on routine patrol initiated a stop for a minor traffic violation in the 20400 block of 97th Avenue NE. The vehicle's driver initially stopped the vehicle for the officer...

 

Lakewood High School invites community to spring play

Lakewood High School's drama department began its spring play last week presenting "The Bold, the Young, and the Murdered," which will continue on May 12 and 13. The play is a comedy wrapped in a murder mystery about the exploits of the crew of the...

 

Rep. Larsen tours career/technical classes

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by Arlington High School on May 5 to visit some of the career and technical education classes that are offered at the school. Larsen is the U.S. Representative for Washington's 2nd District, which stretches along the coa...

 

Families enjoy Marysville's Fishing Derby

Kids reeled in their catches at the city of Marysville's annual Fishing Derby which returned to Jennings Park on May 6. The fishing derby provides kids a chance to catch up to one fish at the Kiwanis Pond at Jennings Park. The Everett Steelhead and...

 

Military contributes to local communities

May is Military Appreciation Month and, in addition to the many veterans in Marysville and Arlington, the two communities are home to many active duty members of the military. Naval Station Everett is just south of Marysville and the U.S. Army...

 

Arlington Fire Department contains fire in apartment complex to one unit

At approximately 11:55 a.m. on Wednesday, May 10, Arlington Fire was dispatched to reports of a fire in an apartment at the Wrobliski Manor complex, located in the 1200 block of E. Fifth Street. The first arriving units discovered the fire largely contained to the apartment’s kitchen and...

 

Tribes celebrate new pipeline

The Tulalip Tribes celebrated on April 28 the completion of a new pipeline from Everett that will serve the Tribes' water needs for possibly the next 100 years. The pipeline connects to Everett's water system on Smith Island and provides up to 30...

 

Marysville puts EMS levy on August ballot

The Marysville public will vote on a Emergency Medical Services levy on this August's ballot meant to ensure the Marysville Fire District's services remain stable. The Marysville City Council voted to put the levy up for a vote during their April 24...

 

Darlene Strotz receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Community member Darlene Strotz was recognized with a Community Lifetime Achievement award for her work with her fire district, the Silvana Fair and the community at large. She was given the honor at the 12th annual Community Lifetime Achievement...

 

Arlington/Darrington fall short in America's Best Communities competition

Arlington and Darrington reached the top eight of the America's Best Communities competition, but no further, as the three winners were announced on April 19. The eight finalists from across the country gathered in Denver, Colo., to make their final...

 

M-PHS drama presents 'Shrek The Musical'

Marysville-Pilchuck High School's drama department will put on a musical adaptation of the popular Dreamworks film "Shrek" for their spring play. "Shrek The Musical" begins April 27 and runs through May 6. The story follows the surly, isolated ogre...

 

Marysville celebrates opening of Ebey Waterfront Trail

Local officials opened up the Ebey Waterfront Trail for public use on April 22, creating 1.8 miles of new public waterfront. Tulalip, Marysville and state officials cut the ribbon in front of a crowd on April 22 to commemorate the opening. The new...

 

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...

 

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,...

 

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...

 

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