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COVID-19 case rates for Snohomish County reached record highs after more than quadrupling in the span of two weeks.

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Arlington’s Eagle Festival is scheduled to return to downtown Olympic Avenue this year on Feb. 4 and 5.

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Local fathers and daughters can create a special night together on the dance floor at the annual Father-Daughter Valentine’s Dance in Marysville.

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Marysville Pilchuck High School students William Nowoy and Carly Scallan were recognized for their involvement in their schools as the December Students of the Month.

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Snohomish County was ranked as the third most financially charitable county in Washington state according to one recent study on the issue.

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The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is offering a detailed reminder about what people should do if they test positive for COVID-19. Cases are rising sharply, driven by the omicron variant, which is believed to be more contagious than previous variants, including delta. Tracking c…

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Totem Middle School’s new mascot will be the ‘phoenix’ and the decision about the future of Marysville Pilchuck High School’s mascot has been delayed until January.

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The Marysville School Board approved a final timeline for their superintendent search and a base salary of $265,000 for the position during their most recent board meeting.

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The city of Arlington hopes to bring higher education targeted at manufacturing and industrial skills with a planned Center of Excellence.

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Michael Kingman and Erica Knapp were sworn in as new board members during the Dec. 13 Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors meeting. Sheri Kelly, who was appointed to the school board last year to fill a board vacancy, was also elected to the school board. Kingman represents district a…

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The Marysville School District Board of Directors is accepting applications to replace the position of District 3 Board Director, serving the central areas of the school district. The elected board candidate for District 3, Sherry Weersing, notified the school district in writing on Dec. 9, …

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The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians donated $600,000 between two local food banks on Tuesday, Nov. 23. The donation included $300,000 to support the Arlington Community Food Bank and another $300,000 to support the Stanwood Camano Food Bank. The Tribe donated an additional $90,000 to A Christ…

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Girls on the Run of Snohomish County (GOTR) is looking for dedicated individuals to serve as coaches and mentors during the spring season, April 18-June 13, 2022. The nonprofit organization is currently seeking volunteer coaches to facilitate the program for girls in 3rd through 8th grade in…

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The Tulalip Bay Fire Department will bring Santa Claus out to communities and collect food again as part of their annual Santa Run.

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Marysville Patrol Officers were called to the scene of a home in the Sunnyside neighborhood on Nov. 27, at about 8:32 a.m..  The 911 caller interrupted a burglary to their residence.  While confronting the suspects, the victim homeowner was assaulted.  Shots were fired by one of the suspects…

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COVID transmission in Snohomish County remains high but is overall trending downward across the last two months as vaccination demand increases due to booster shots and vaccines for kids age 5 to 11.

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Marysville Police officers will all wear body cameras beginning next year, thanks to a five-year contract unanimously approved by the Marysville City Council on Nov. 8. The $1.3 million contract with AXON also includes new tasers and an evidence storage system. 

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The A Christmas Wish program will again provide gifts to Arlington families in need this holiday season.

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The year was 1970 and I was just about to graduate from college with a degree in plant science. One of my job options was to go to work in Leucadia or Encinitas, California for one of the many foliage companies where plants like Spider Plants, Boston Ivy, Snake Plants, Aglaonema, and Prayer …

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People shopping in downtown Arlington can build a keepsake in the coming weeks. If they purchase a bracelet and map at the Stilly Valley Chamber of Commerce, they can participate in the annual Charm Walk. People shop at local, participating businesses and receive a special charm they can add…

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Firefighters throughout north Snohomish County will drive holiday-decorated fire engines to collect food and donations for local food banks during the annual Santa Runs that takes place in mid-December. Santa Runs will take place in the Tulalip and Arlington areas. 

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Haller Middle School sixth graders got an up close and personal visit from a former NASA employee on Oct. 29. Dr. James Joki worked for the space agency for 10 years and was a flight controller assigned to Mission Control when Neil Armstrong made his first steps on the moon in 1969. 

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Locals will be able to walk through Arlington’s downtown businesses and pick up charms again as part of the Hometown Holidays Charm Walk.