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The Stilly Valley Youth Dynamics held their annual dinner and auction on March 16 to raise funds for their work with local youth.

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The Cascade Valley Health Foundation and local Hospital District hope to learn more about what local residents want for their own health and well-being.

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Fire District 12 and city of Marysville voters will approve or reject a Regional Fire Authority during the upcoming April 23 special election.

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People who need help learning how to obtain an apartment and get past previous mistakes on their rental record can get help from Volunteers of America’s Renter Certification Program.

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Arlington locals now have a space downtown in front of the police station that is a designated meeting place for online selling or buying.

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We’ll spring forward to begin daylight saving time this Sunday, March 10. The Marysville Fire District encourages residents to change the batteries in your smoke alarms when setting your clocks forward.

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Locals who take care of their family members dealing with illness can find information about how to support themselves at the “Powerful Tools for Caregivers” program.

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Mountain View Arts and Technology High School students Raechel Gilyeat and Justina Thompson were recognized by the Marysville Rotary Club for the work they do for their community.

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Residents around the county have been receiving calls that appear to be coming from the Arlington Police Department but are actually scammers.

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The city of Marysville held its second Treat Your Self Women’s Expo to bring together a variety of vendors for local women to visit on Feb. 23.

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The Stilly Valley Collective hosted a pop-up bakery shop for Valentine’s Day to provide locals with cinnamon rolls, cookies and other sweets.

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Together with the American Red Cross Northwest Region, the City of Marysville and Marysville Public Library are sponsoring a blood drive next Wednesday, Feb. 20, from noon to 5 p.m. at the library, 6120 Grove St. 

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Eagle Creek Elementary’s Great Kindness Challenge took place Jan. 28 to Feb. 1. Arlington agencies and community members visited the school to be role models of kindness, as they worked with students on kindness projects. This is the third year of the program at Eagle Creek.

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If you are like me, you went to bed last Sunday night, Feb. 3, with a light dusting of snow on the ground and woke up to 8 to 10 inches covering virtually everything in the garden. Now, somewhere underneath that white stuff, are my blooming hellebores, snow drops, and budded daffodils. You m…

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When Bob Rise says he’ll be there, he follows up. This Marysville Volunteer Patrol member donated the most volunteer hours every month in 2018 to this citizen team that helps the Marysville Police Department, offering extra eyes and ears in the community by patrolling parks, school grounds a…

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Due to the inclement weather, the Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition event “Empowering Parents” has been postponed to Thursday, Feb. 21, beginning at 5:30 p.m., at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd, Arlington.

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The city of Marysville is planning some improvements for the 88th Street corridor and hopes to gather public input with a public survey that was recently released.

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The city of Marysville recognized Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year at the Marysville Opera House with an event honoring the civil rights leader.

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Arlington’s City Council had good news for its residents, businesses and industries on Tuesday, Jan. 22, when they voted unanimously to cancel a planned 2019 rate increase for water, sewer and stormwater utilities.

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U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by the Stillaguamish Senior Center to see a lunch program that helps older adults socialize while providing a healthy diet.

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Marysville’s Grace Academy broke ground on Jan. 8 for a $6 million extension of the school that will add new classrooms and improve the school’s activity center.

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Each December, the Rotary Club of Arlington dedicates two days to serving members of the greater Arlington community. This year, the Rotary Club of Arlington added a third service project, as well.