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Marysville schools collecting supplies until Aug. 10

The Marysville School District and local volunteers are helping collect school supplies during the next month as part of the 2018 Stuff the Bus campaign. The campaign provides school supplies to...

 

Arlington Street Fair fills Olympic Avenue

Almost 200 vendors lined up on Olympic Avenue for the annual Arlington Street Fair which was held July 13 to 15 this year. The Downtown Arlington Business Association (DABA) runs the event each year...

 

Summer program provides nutritious meals for kids

The Marysville School District has begun providing free lunches again this summer to any child 18 or younger at many sites across the city. District staff are distributing the meals during specific...

 

MPD officer recognized for picking up a U.S. flag

Marysville Police Officer Dave Negron received recognition from President Donald Trump and thousands of others for stopping to pick up a U.S. flag on the Fourth of July. "On July 4, 2018, while he...

 

Fly-In celebrates 50th anniversary

The Arlington Fly-In celebrated its 50th year of bringing planes and aviation exhibits to the local airport.. The event at the Arlington Airport brings numerous planes and other flight-related...

 

Arlington celebrates Fourth of July

Arlington community groups helped organize events throughout the Fourth of July as part of Arlington's annual celebration. Haller Park was bustling with activities in the morning with the annual Pedal...

 

Groundbreaking held for Haller splash pad

Local kids received the honor of breaking ground for the Haller Park splash pad on July 4. City officials said that the splash pad construction is scheduled to finish by the end of March next year so...

 

Larsen visits Twin Lakes Landing

U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen visited Lakewood's recently opened Twin Lakes Landing from Housing Hope and talked about the affordable housing crisis with local experts on July 5. Larsen is the local...

 

Families have fun at Marysville's Splish Splash Summer Bash

The city of Marysville decided to kick off their children's concert series this year with a party at Comeford Park called the Splish Splash Summer Bash. The event was held on June 27 and brought...

 

Books on the Bus helps keep kids reading

Arlington kids have the opportunity to check out books again this summer from the Arlington School District's Books on the Bus program, which kicked off on June 27. Every Wednesday until Aug. 22 the...

 

Zackuse delivers State of the Tribes

Tulalip Tribal chairwoman Marie Zackuse talked about the Tribes' projects from the previous year and their plans for the future at her State of the Tribes address on June 29. Zackuse said that the Tri...

 

ASD sends bond back to voters

The Arlington School District will try again with their $107.5 million bond proposal as their board of directors voted to put the measure on the Nov. 6 ballot. The bond failed in February with 55.89...

 

Fireworks laws vary in local cities, county

This will be the second year that fireworks are banned in Marysville, while Arlington and Snohomish County residents can discharge them only on July 4. As scheduled in Marysville's original ordinance...

 

Marysville Farmers Market opens for the season

The Marysville Farmers Market opened for their 2018 season on June 23 with the most vendors they have ever had at the market. The market will be open Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., until Labor...

 

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...

 

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