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ASD bond would improve schools

Arlington School District voters will make a decision on Feb. 13 regarding a $107.5 million bond proposal which funds a variety of projects, including replacing Post Middle School. All schools would...

 

Local police officer helps send bikes to Zambia

One Marysville police officer helped to send 24 bicycles around the world to Zambia where they are helping locals have reliable transportation. Police officer Joe Belleme said he learned about the...

 

Housing Hope helps local families build their own homes

Eight local families finished building their own homes this January as part of Housing Hope's Team HomeBuilding program. The eight families moved into the Arlington homes on Jan. 12 after a ceremony...

 

Community celebrates opening of new library

Sno-Isle Libraries officials held the grand opening for their new local library that will serve the Smokey Point and Lakewood areas on Jan. 6. The library is at 3411 169th Place NE, Suites ABC, Arling...

 

Nehring discusses plans for Marysville in 2018

Continuing road planning, trail expansions, public safety initiatives and advancing the Manufacturing-Industrial Center are some of the projects slated for Marysville in the new year. “I’m excited about 2018. Things are really going well here in...

 

Hibulb's Native Art Mart highlights tribal artists

The Hibulb Cultural Center's Native Art Marts allow local tribal artists an opportunity to display and sell their work every month. Lena Jones, a Hibulb Cultural Center employee and the main organizer...

 

Two suspects arrested in Pinewood vandalism case

Two suspects were arrested on Jan. 4 in connection with vandalism to Marysville's Pinewood Elementary caused largely by discharging a firearm or firearms into the school. The school is believed to...

 
 By Josh Kelety    News    January 10, 2018

Despite new majority, State Democrats won't scramble for a capital gains tax

OLYMPIA, Wash. — While Democrats in the state legislature have supported enacting a capital gains tax to fund public education in the past, they aren’t itching to pass one this legislative session now that they control both the statehouse and...

 
 By Alex Visser    News    January 10, 2018

Senate Democrats take early aim at gun legislation

With a newfound majority in the Washington Senate, state Democrats have found an early target in firearm regulation as the 2018 legislative session gets set to begin. Senate Bill 6049 would regulate the ownership and manufacturing of large capacity...

 
 By Taylor McAvoy    News    January 10, 2018

State lawmakers to introduce 'trigger modifications' gun bill

Senate bill 5992, to be introduced to the state Legislature would ban a gun parts intended to increase the weapon’s rate of fire. The statute includes a ban on products that produce rapid bursts or other trigger functions. This includes bump...

 
 By Josh Kelety    News    January 10, 2018

State Sen. Doug Ericksen isn't taking a job in the Trump administration

Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, will not take a job at President Donald Trump's Environmental Protection Agency, despite reports to the contrary. A report in the Bellingham Herald on Jan. 5 stated tha...

 
 By Taylor McAvoy    News    January 10, 2018

Activists try to occupy the front steps of the state capitol

Climate activists erected tents and teepees Monday in front of the Washington State Capitol building, on Jan. 8, the opening day of the Legislature's 60-day session. "We are here today in prayer,"...

 

Kids get hands-on science demonstration at library

Although it was winter break for many local children, Sno-Isle Libraries kept science going with their Winter Science Extravaganza program. This year, kids at the Marysville Library got a hands-on...

 

Tolbert discusses Arlington's plans for 2018

When looking forward to the issues that the city will be addressing in 2018, Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert said the planned Marysville-Arlington Manufacturing Industrial Center continues to have the potential to create a lot of local jobs. Local...

 
 By Nathan Whalen    News    January 3, 2018

MSD puts levies on Feb. 13 ballot

The Marysville School District is asking voters in February approve a couple of replacement levies that would provide millions of dollars of funding which is used to help pay for teachers and support staff, extra-curricular activities, athletics,...

 

Cold weather shelters ready if needed

Marysville and Arlington's cold weather shelters are open for the season whenever the temperature is forecasted to drop below freezing levels. Arlington Emergency Cold Weather Shelter "We're open...

 

UPDATE: Missing Arlington man found

UPDATE (Jan. 5, 1:26 p.m.): Tylor Sullivan has been located; Thank you everyone for your help in getting the word out. He was returning home on his own and ran into Search and Rescue on the trail....

 

Tulalip Tribes break ground on new casino

Officials from the Tulalip Tribes broke ground on Dec. 12 for a new and expanded Quil Ceda Creek Casino that will include a hotel and parking garage. Officials say that they currently plan for the...

 

Arlington's Operation Christmas Hope helps local families have a Merry Christmas

Hundreds of local families received free holiday gifts this year as part of Operation Christmas Hope, an annual effort to make sure local kids don't go without holiday gifts. The event, held this...

 

Marysville's annual Toy Store provides holiday gifts to families in the community

The Marysville Toy Store provided toys and other gifts to hundreds of families in need this holiday season. The program is run by a group of Marysville Community Food Bank volunteers, is staffed...

 

MPD considers buying drones, laser scanner

The Marysville Police Department is looking to unmanned drones and a laser scanner to improve the way officers map vehicle accidents and crime scenes, and produce higher-quality visuals. The City...

 

Negotiations for merging fire services end

Talks between Marysville and Arlington to potentially merge their fire services are likely coming to an end after the Marysville City Council voted to end negotiations during their Dec. 11 meeting. The city of Marysville is currently provided fire se...

 

Welcome to Angel Of The Winds Arena

The Everett Public Facilities District and Spectra by Comcast Spectacor announced Dec. 13 that an agreement has been reached with Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort on a 10-year naming rights partnership through 2028. The value and terms of the naming...

 

Track Santa's progress on Christmas Eve

On Christmas Eve, everyone wants to know where Santa is. There are a variety of websites that follow Santa along his journey. If you would like to follow Santa, you can check out the Official NORAD...

 

AHS jazz choir presents 'It's a Wonderful Christmas Show'

The Arlington High School jazz choir Flight ushered in the holiday season with their annual "It's a Wonderful Christmas Show" this December. The choir performed the show on Dec. 1, 2, 8 and 9. The...

 

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