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A new traffic signal will be installed on 172nd Street at 40th Avenue as Arlington officials hope to improve safety and pedestrian access along the corridor.

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Tulalip Bay Fire District is in initial discussions with Everett Fire Department and Fire District 4 about a potential Regional Fire Authority.

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Snohomish County’s allotment of COVID-19 vaccine doses continues to incresae, although not enough to meet the full need.

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The Marysville School District is currently considering two final options for their high school boundaries and officials hope to make a decision by spring of this year.

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In addition to protecting the residents of the Tulalip Tribes, police officials spent considerable effort reaching out to the community and continue to build trust. 

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The Arlington School District plans to bring back fourth and fifth graders for in-school learning on Feb. 16 and are considering a March return for middle school students.

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Snohomish County saw declining COVID-19 numbers and a bump in their vaccine supply as officials continue to respond to the pandemic.

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The Arlington Rotary is partnering with the American Red Cross for a blood drive on Feb. 8 in Arlington.

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In January the Arlington High School National Honor Society supported the Arlington Kids’ Kloset with volunteer assistance.

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Kari Parks started Flourish Organic Farms in 2017 as a jump into agriculture on her five-acre property located west of Interstate 5 near Arlington. 

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Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring delivered his State of the City virtually this year during a Facebook Live event on Jan. 21.

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This year’s Arlington Eagle Festival will hold activities either virtually or meant to be enjoyed on one’s own and will begin Jan. 23 and continue through Feb. 13.

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Snohomish County saw a second consecutive week of increasing COVID-19 cases while officials continue to plan for vaccine rollout.

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More than 11,000 COVID-19 vaccines have been administered across the county as officials continue to prepare a vaccination distribution system for the general public.

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The city of Arlington’s work on a new roundabout for the 204th Street and 77th Avenue intersection is expected to be complete early this year.

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COVID-19 case rates in Snohomish County began dropping for the first time since September and the vaccine rollout has begun locally, local officials report.

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The Marysville Fire District responded to a possible arson incident on Dec. 28 when they came to fight a fire at a burning building near downtown Marysville.

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In response to the high unemployment in the area, Sno-Isle Libraries has now made available the Your Next Job program to help people find their path to employment.

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Marysville locals can get rid of Styrofoam and cardboard from their holiday celebrations at a recycling event on Jan. 9.

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The Arlington Fire Department recently completed the annual Santa Run Food Drive. For almost 30 years, off-duty fire department staff escorts Santa on a 10-night tour of Arlington neighborhoods spreading holiday cheer. With Christmas music playing, a decorated fire engine and Santa on a ligh…

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The Arlington Education Foundation is providing Santa Photos in December this year to help raise funds for the organization.

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Arlington parents and community members gave feedback about where they hope the district can improve and what they liked about their schools during a Community Voices meeting on Dec. 10.

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COVID-19 case rates in Snohomish County have increased for the 11th week in a row as officials remain concerned about hospital capacity in the coming weeks.

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Members of the Arlington High School boys basketball team helped to collect more than 1,800 pounds of food and $3,600 for the Arlington Community Food Bank.