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Lakewood High School graduates walked across the graduation stage at Angel of the Winds Arena and celebrated their successes over the last four years.

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Marysville School District’s pandemic recovery plan will focus on academic help, social/emotional support and efforts to ease transition back to school.

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Marysville’s new Olympic View Park gives the Sunnyside neighborhood a place to sit and enjoy the sights of the Qwuloolt Estuary and the Olympic mountains.

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Locals came out to support farmers and other vendors during the Arlington Farmers Market's opening day on May 8.

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The Marysville and Arlington communities are stronger because of nearby military bases such as the Marysville Army Reserve Center and Naval Station Everett.

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Marysville locals were able to get documents shredded and recycle various products at the annual Shred-a-Thon on May 8.

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The Lakewood School District will be able to avoid numerous cuts to their programs next year as voters passed their proposed educational programs and operations levy on April 27.

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Community members urged the Marysville School Board, before and during the April 21 school board meeting, to take action in addressing racism and prejudice in the district.

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Gov. Jay Inslee came to visit Snohomish County Public Utility District’s community solar and microgrid project in Arlington which is nearing completion.

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Lakewood voters will vote on a school levy on the April 27 Special Election ballot that is the district’s last chance to receive funds for programs and staff that will otherwise be cut next school year.

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Arlington High School will soon receive an expansion and renovation that will bring in additional classrooms, a new tech workshop and a construction workshop for theater sets.

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Tulalip leader and former state legislator John McCoy was recognized on April 9 by the Washington state Senate for his years of service in the state legislature.

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The Arlington Police Department recognized local officers and other community members during the department's annual 2020 service awards.

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The county’s sixth mass vaccine site has opened up at the Tulalip Tribes' Boom City location and began taking appointments on April 6.

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After two death threat incidents targeting minorities, local Black families and activists are calling for the resignation of Marysville School District leadership because of their handling of those incidents.

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Weston High School’s standards and educational practices remain high as they will remain accredited after a review process from the Washington Association of Educational Service Districts.

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Arlington families got to drive though the Arlington Assembly parking lot on March 27 to enjoy Easter baskets, treats and eggs.

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Arlington High School students returned to campus for the first time in about a year as they resumed in-person learning in a hybrid model beginning on March 22.

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Marysville families are following clues to local parks and businesses as part of the Great Egg Hunt during this Easter season.

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The Arlington School District hopes to broadcast its home sports games online at Eagle News Media for community members who want to watch the local high school sports.

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No fans are currently allowed at school sports events but the Marysville School District is hoping a new broadcasting program will help community members watch the games and support the teams.