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Washington state and the Tulalip Tribes are nearing an agreement to share sales taxes collected in the Quil Ceda Village and elsewhere on the local reservation.

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The Snohomish County area received heavy wind and rain beginning on Jan. 31 and continuing through the week which caused minor flooding incidents.

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Volunteers and local organizations came out to help assess the local homeless population during the Point-in-Time Count in Snohomish County on Jan. 23.

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The Port of Everett officially signed on to help the Marysville/Arlington Cascade Industrial Center with economic development at a Jan. 8 joint meeting.

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Leading up to Christmas, everyone wants to know where Santa is. There are a variety of websites that follow Santa along his journey. If you would like to follow Santa, you can check out the Official NORAD Santa Tracker or the Google Santa Tracker or the Tracking Santa website. The websites o…

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The Tour of Lights brought local families to a Cedarcrest Golf Course decorated with holiday lights and displays as the annual event returns to Marysville.

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Arlington firefighters and other volunteers from the city have helped Santa begin his travel’s through local neighborhoods during the 2019 Arlington Santa Run.

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A local Relay for Life team held their annual Hope Holiday Bazaar in Marysville to raise thousands of dollars for cancer patient services and cancer research.

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Veterans and community members marched down Olympic Avenue as part of the annual Veterans Day parade from Arlington’s American Legion Post.

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Marysville’s Cascade Elementary School invited veteran parents and grandparents to their gym for their annual Veterans Day assembly to recognize the sacrifice and  of military members.

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City council and mayoral races in Arlington and Marysville were decided in this year’s Nov. 5 General Election, as well as county races and state initiatives.

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Ghost, cat and witch costumes were just some of the costumes worn by staff at Downtown Marysville businesses while they gave out candy for their annual Halloween trick-or-treating.  The event is a tradition for many of the business owners.

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Trick-or-treating, costume contest, the pumpkin roll and more fun events returned to downtown Arlington on Oct. 26