As more job opportunities have continued to arise at Tulalip Resort Casino, Quil Ceda Creek Casino and Tulalip Bingo & Slots, all three properties will host a “Tulalip Hiring Fair” on Friday, June 18, from 10 a.m. to noon with application assistance from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.. There will be …
Local Black activists and government officials plan to talk about racial equity and Black history at a Marysville Juneteenth event at Comeford Park.
The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors recognized “Simply Amazing” students and staff at its regular board meeting on May 24. The Simply Amazing program is a districtwide recognition of students and staff who stand out for going above and beyond at their schools.
On July 14, 2021, the Marysville School District Board of Directors will receive a report from the district Instructional Materials and Curriculum Committee recommending adoption of the following instructional material for grades 6-8: Second Step Digital Resources, Grade 5 FLASH Lesson Plan …
Local Paul Lewis hoped to take one last trip to a wilderness site he had been to many times before his own disabilities prevented him from ever seeing it again.
The Arlington High School Diversity Council hosted a gallery walk on May 19 to showcase the “See Every Eagle” project. Students involved with the Diversity Council, Yearbook staff, and ASB leadership collaborated this year with some mentors to ensure AHS photos that are on display throughout…
At the May 5, 2021, Lakewood School Board meeting Director Larry Bean submitted his letter of resignation from his position as Lakewood School Board Director for Director District #5. His resignation is effective May 5, 2021. Director Bean began serving as a Board member on June 2, 2010 an…
The Marysville Salary Commission now has four new members. The appointments were recommended by Mayor Jon Nehring and authorized by the City Council at its April 26 meeting.
Marysville-Pilchuck High School students Julia Davis and Victoria Wilde were recognized for their volunteer service to the community as the April Students of the Month.
Got questions about city of Marysville programs and projects? You can ask Mayor Jon Nehring from the comfort of your own home by joining him for a virtual Coffee Klatch. The Facebook Live event is scheduled for Monday, May 24, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Memorial Day is celebrated each May to commemorate the people who died in service of the United States of America. This year is will be observed on May 31. May is also National Military Appreciation Month,
United States military personnel serve both domestically and abroad. Active-duty personnel are following in the footsteps of retired veterans and protecting the freedoms of their fellow Americans while also playing a vital role in protecting millions of non-Americans across the globe.
Snohomish County officials say that renewed business restrictions could be coming to the county as the coronavirus case rate and hospitalization rate continue to increase locally.
After a months-long process the Marysville Police Department premiered their new vehicle model and graphics that they hope will be their model and design for the foreseeable future.
The Ken Baxter Community Center is scheduled for demolition beginning May 10 and the center is planned to reopen next year in what is currently the Marysville Municipal Court building.
Stronger Together is a COVID-compliant family-friendly on-line and outdoor event on May 15 and 16 in Arlington, Darrington and Lakewood. This multi-community cultural event is about exploring the surface, shallow and deep cultures that we each bring to our communities. How we are the same? …
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 (see map for reference). Seat 3 became vacant when Director Pete Lundberg recently resigned his position for per…
Several local organizations and the city of Marysville will again team up to help residents recycle personal documents and other material at the annual Shred-a-Thon.
The southbound Stillaguamish River Bridge on I-5 will receive maintenance this summer that will close some lanes and help preserve the bridge structure.
The Arlington Garden Club will have their first plant sale and fundraiser in more than a year on May 22 at the parking lot of the Gleneagle Country Club. The sale will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.