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As Snohomish County Fire District 12 and the city of Marysville continue to consider proposing the formation of a Regional Fire Authority (RFA), residents and business representatives have a second opportunity to learn more about the process, ask questions and offer input.

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Marysville and Arlington have completed the first draft of their plan for their Manufacturing Industrial Center and are looking for public feedback at an Oct. 17 open house.

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Snohomish County’s emergency radio system is nearly at its expiration date and a 0.1 percent sales tax increase on this November’s ballot would allow for a replacement of that system.

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Tulalip Youth Services continue their third annual “Unity Month” with efforts to promote kindness and anti-bullying by holding a Kindness Dance on Oct. 11.

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Fire destroyed a detached garage at a home in the 3900 block of 119th Place NE on Oct. 12. Quick action from Marysville firefighters prevented the fire from spreading to nearby homes.

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The Marysville Fire District presented a Phoenix Award on Sept. 19 to nine members in honor of their extraordinary actions to help save the life of a man who suffered a heart attack in his own driveway.

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Local experts talked about why teenagers use drugs and effective strategies for preventing use during a conversation at Arlington Library on Oct. 3.

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In a five-hour budget retreat meeting Saturday, Oct. 6, Arlington City Council reviewed the assumptions that guided the city’s two-year, biennial budget for 2019 and 2020.

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The Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce hosted local politicians and representatives for I-1631 at a recent candidates forum on Sept. 28.

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Mountain View Presbyterian Church begins its 2018 Fall GriefShare® Series which starts Oct. 4 and runs through Jan. 17.

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The Marysville YMCA coordinated their first Family Night at Tulalip, bringing activity for children and parents to the Don Hatch Youth Center, on Sept. 26.

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Marysville resident Karenann Krueger became one of the most recent recipients of a service animal from national nonprofit organization Canine Companions for Independence.

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As students return to school, school buses will be out again every morning and afternoon, and local officials urge you to remember to keep student safety in mind while driving.

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As Snohomish County Fire District 12 and the city of Marysville continue to consider proposing the formation of a Regional Fire Authority (RFA), residents and business representatives are invited to learn more about the process, ask questions and offer input.

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Tulalip’s Hibulb Cultural Center hosted the Buffalo Field Campaign’s road show for an evening of music and stories in support of wild buffalo.

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Six candidates for the 39th District seats in the state legislature talked to local residents at a candidates forum on Sept. 11.

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After a month-long summer hiatus from meetings, Arlington City Council was back to work for a workshop meeting on Monday, Sept. 10, when they learned that the city received only one bid for the renovation of the Howell Station for an Innovation Center and Pocket Park.

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This year’s annual Friendship Walk, organized by local 501c3 nonprofit, Village Community Services, will now feature a 5K run component to boost event participation and elevate overall awareness of its music program and member ensemble band, Voices of the Village.

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The Tulalip Tribes recently purchased and financed a new fire truck for Snohomish County Fire District 15, also known as Tulalip Bay Fire Station. Thanks to a strong partnership between Tulalip Bay Fire and Tulalip Tribes, the District has been able to purchase a new truck that will help to …

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Roll up your sleeves, Marysville. The City of Marysville is hosting a blood drove on Wednesday, Sept. 5. You can make an appointment to donate between 7:30 and 11 a.m. at Public Works, 80 Columbia Ave., or between 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. at City Hall, 1049 State Ave.

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Marysville locals have been going downtown to Kuhnle’s Tavern for 100 years now and the bar celebrated it’s centennial anniversary last weekend.

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Local animal shelters will bring their animals that need adopting to the Smokey Point Tractor Supply for the second year on Aug. 25.

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Marysville residents and businesses are invited to come have coffee with Mayor Jon Nehring and meet the new team that pairs a Marysville Police officer and a Snohomish County social worker to offer needed services to people who struggle with homelessness and addiction.

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Maud’s House, a Marysville emergency housing program operated by the Volunteers of America of Western Washington, invited the community to an open house on Aug. 17.

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As people look for one last summer hurrah, law enforcement personnel are making sure everyone does it in safe manner.

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Arlington police officers, firefighters and other city officials met with locals as many neighborhoods participated in the annual National Night Out on Aug. 7.

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Single-lane closures will continue for the next several months as transportation workers continue to paint the State Route 529 northbound Steamboat Slough bridge.

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Rep. Rick Larsen visited Marysville manufacturing company Acro Machining to see a youth apprenticeship program on Aug. 8.

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During the Second Annual Point-in-Time survey conducted in Snohomish County during a week in mid-July, law enforcement and medical personnel documented 57 overdoses as the result of opioids. That number is 20 higher than what they recorded over a similar time period in 2017.

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This week’s City Council meeting is the last meeting of August, since the Arlington City Council will be taking a break the rest of the month. The next meeting will be after Labor Day.

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The Marysville Fire District plans to have a new Rescue Swimmer Team soon that will be able to dive underwater to save drowning individuals.

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This Aug. 7 will be the 35th year that the National Night Out has been held across the nation, including events in Marysville, Arlington and Tulalip.