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In following proper protocol placed by Governor Inslee regarding the response to COVID-19, the city of Marysville is canceling the Fishing Derby on Saturday, May 2.

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The Marysville School District currently has a vacancy for one of their board member positions, however the current application deadline may be pushed back due to the coronavirus.

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Gov. Jay Inslee held a live address from his office on March 23 to announce a “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order requiring every Washingtonian to stay home unless they are engaged in an essential activity. The order bans all gatherings for social, spiritual and recreational purposes and orders …

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Immediately funded effort will help those most vulnerable to COVID-19 in Snohomish CountySnohomish County, Providence Institute for a Healthier Community (PIHC), and the Community Foundation of Snohomish County (CFSC) announced March 17 immediate actions to help those most at risk of exposur…

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Local food banks are preparing for uncertainty as the coronavirus has put their volunteers, clients and supply chain at risk.

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Last week I mentioned that it was time to plant your “cool season” vegetables.  In the northwest especially, we have two distinct seasons to plant veggies. Right now is the cool season, when the soils are still cold and an occasional frost can be expected to coat our roofs and lawns. Crops l…

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Arlington’s AFJROTC teams participated in a number of competitions this season and a couple of students will move on to the regional competition this month.

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The Marysville School Board will be accepting applications to replace the position of Marysville School District, District 5 Board Director, serving the areas of Sunnyside and Allen Creek Elementary.  State law requires the remaining school board members to appoint a replacement within 90 da…

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Local American Cancer Society officials are hoping to promote women in the science field and is looking for “ResearcHERS ambassadors” to help with that mission.

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Marysville-Pilchuck High School seniors Alexis Bennett and T.J. Severn were honored for their community service and academic engagement with the February Student of the Month awards.

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Lakewood and Marysville students have the opportunity to apply for thousands of dollars in scholarships until April as Marysville Rotary’s scholarships are now open.

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We’ll spring forward to begin daylight saving time this Sunday, March 8. The Marysville Fire District encourages residents to change the batteries in your smoke alarms when setting your clocks forward.

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It’s no secret that it’s flu and virus season, but there are many well-kept supplement secrets you can add to your routine to boost your immune system and help shield yourself from catching any bugs. This is the time of year to ramp up your supplement routine to make sure your immune system …

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Arlington High School students are helping to design metal banners for the new Arlington Valley Road as part of their advanced manufacturing class.

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Lifetime Arlington resident Don Vanney has been offered an appointment to the City Council after the resignation of former City Council member Joshua Roundy last month.

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State Rep. Norma Smith talked about a number of state bills going through the legislature during a telephone town hall with constituents on Feb. 20.

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After almost a decade on the Marysville School District board of directors Tom Albright has resigned due to health reasons.

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Planning for the future of downtown Arlington continues this month with a meeting scheduled for Feb. 11 to present initial ideas for one of the town’s signature areas.

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Over the course of 2019, Marysville residents saw a nearly 9 percent reduction in crime. Over the course of the past four years, crime in the city has gone down 19.45 percent. 

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The Arlington Fire Department has improved their fire protection services over the last five years according to the Washington Survey and Rating Bureau.

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The Arlington Police Department recognized residents, volunteers and employees for their contributions supporting the mission of the department. They presented awards during a ceremony that took place Jan. 24 at the Byrnes Performing Arts Center. The following people were recognized:

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It should be no surprise that our northwest climate is perfect for growing all kinds of berries. Simply look around at the omnipresent and noxious Himalayan Blackberry, and one can easily deduce that berries will grow with little effort on our part. The presence of vast commercial fields of …

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Customers of Arlington’s water, sewer, and stormwater utilities will see no increase in their utility bill in 2020. At the Tuesday, Jan. 21, Council meeting, the Arlington City Council voted unanimously to cancel a planned 2020 rate increase for water, sewer and stormwater utilities, the eig…