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Veterans Day will be honored by ceremonies and events put on by the American Legion in both Marysville and Arlington this year.

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The Arlington School Board will put a bond to replace Post Middle School, a classroom and security levy, as well as a replacement levy before the voters in February.

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Kent Prairie Elementary students have been gathering school supplies over the past few weeks so they can donate them to students in Uganda. For the past 30 years, an organization called Sister Schools has been working with schools to help with the donations to schools and orphanages in Uganda. 

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The Marysville School Board unanimously approved sending to voters in February a $120 million levy measure to rebuild two schools and add security improvements to other schools.

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The Overdrive Digital Bookmobile stopped during on its route around the nation at the Marysville Library on Oct. 17 to talk about digital books.

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Marysville local Lacey Lamb was diagnosed with breast cancer a little more than two years ago on Aug. 3, 2017, but continues her recovery through her strength and support from community.

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The Arlington Police Department has put on pink badges for Breast Cancer Awareness Month for the last few years, but this year plans to do more to raise funds and awareness.

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The annual Making Strides walk of Snohomish County will bring together breast cancer survivors and allies again to support cancer research and local services.

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Local kids ran through color as part of the Tulalip Tribes' fourth annual Say Something Color Run to kick off their Unity and Wellness Month.

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Arlington’s Kiwanis Club recognized Rex Bartlett, owner of Rex’s Rentals in Arlington, for his community service and giving spirit on Oct. 3.

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Voters approved the formation of a Marysville Regional Fire Authority in April and the final steps for the formation of the new organization were completed Oct. 1.

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Arlington High School students will be able to weight train better now that all weight cages for the school have been replaced thanks to a donation from the Stillaguamish and Tulalip tribes.

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Families rode along the Ebey Waterfront Trail as part of the High Tide Ride on Sept. 21 put on by the city of Marysville and local bicycling organizations.

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A recently opened home in Marysville will be the 300th Oxford House in the state which provides self-run addiction recovery support.

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The Marysville/Tulalip branch of the Salvation Army will be raising funds at a live auction on Sept. 19 to help prevent local homelessness and provide services.

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Local Eagle Scout Lee Hall built and installed multiple shelves for the new Strawberry Festival office in downtown Marysville for his Eagle Scout project this summer.

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Welcome to Jeff Thomas, Marysville's new Community Development Director. Thomas previously was Community Development Director for the cities of Sammamish and Bellingham, and has private and public sector planning experience. 

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Kids will be able to get close to garbage trucks, public works vehicles, buses and other large trucks during the city of Marysville’s annual Touch a Truck event.

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The city’s Community Development Block Grant program invites Marysville residents to review its annual performance evaluation report on how federal block grant funds are spent in the city, mostly to help address issues around low-income housing and homelessness.

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Local city and fire officials plan to host various Patriot Day ceremonies to recognize 9/11 and invite community members to remember the day with them.

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The North County Regional Fire Authority plans to put a proposal on the November to ask for levy funding meant for additional staff and equipment.

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This August the Washington State History museum recognized Tessa Campbell and Fred Poyner IV for their work helping to create the Interwoven oral history project.

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With summer blood supplies at critically low levels, now it’s even more important for you to consider donating blood if you can.