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Arlington officials gathered to commemorate 9/11 and remember the events of that day from 18 years ago.

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Children got to get into the driver's seat of fire engines, school buses and public works vehicles at Marysville's Touch a Truck.

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Summer break is officially over as local schools welcomed back their students for the next year of instruction on Sept. 4.

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Dragsters and other cars were displayed at the Arlington Airport Field as part of the annual Drag Strip Reunion and Car Show on Sept. 7.

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After recent shootings across the nation and world inspired by racism, Arlington residents and officials came together for a ‘No Place for Hate’ rally on Aug. 28.

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After 12 and a half years leading the Marysville Police Department, Police Chief Rick Smith announced he would be retiring from the role at the end of August.

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Indivisible Marysville hosted four City Council candidates and the two upcoming candidates for Mayor who will be on the upcoming primary ballot.

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Early Saturday morning, July 27, at around 01:50 a.m., a Marysville Fire District aid car was returning from Providence hospital and struck a 55-year-old Bellingham man in the northbound lanes of travel on SR-529.  According to witnesses, the male pedestrian was walking southbound in the ins…

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The Marysville Police Department held their third annual garage sale to raise funds for the Marysville Community Food Bank on July 20.

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Ballots for the August primary have been mailed out and include races for the Marysville City Council and Snohomish County Council as well as a levy measure from the Getchell Fire District.

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Arlington High School’s Neobots club helped middle school kids build robots and participate in their own competition during a student-led Robotics Competition Camp.

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A crowd came out to Arlington’s Legion Park for a free Aaron Crawford concert and to enjoy family activities at the Downtown Arlington Summer Kickoff.

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With a parade, a talent show, a fashion show, a carnival and much more the Strawberry Festival returned to Marysville last week. This year's festival ran from June 8 to June 16.

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Arlington High School’s Class of 2019 will be heading to the next chapter of their lives after the school’s graduation ceremony on June 13.

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Marysville Getchell High School graduates reflected on the many memories they will hold of high school during Getchell’s recent commencement ceremony on June 12.

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Following a successful reduction in property damage and injuries as the result of a citywide fireworks ban, the city of Marysville and Marysville Fire District remind residents that all individual use of fireworks is illegal. The fine for discharging consumer fireworks in the city will incre…

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The annual Community Development Block Grant is meant to improve housing and services for low-income and/or homeless people and local officials are creating a list of priorities for the funds.