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Local students have returned to the classroom and for many of them it will be the first in-person full-time school since March of 2020.

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As local school districts begin classes, officials encourage safety around buses and prepare to enact bus COVID prevention measures again.

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Local nonprofit organization Housing Hope broke ground on Aug. 30 on what will become 60 new units of housing for low-income and homeless people in Smokey Point.

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Marysville locals helped fill a truck-full of supplies for Afghan refugees as part of a regional supply drive last month.

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A parade of cars drove through one Arlington neighborhood on Aug. 29 to raise awareness for childhood cancer and to support Addie Bourasaw, a child diagnosed with cancer this year.

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After two months of collecting school supplies, local organizations got together to distribute them to more than 700 Marysville families in need on Aug. 25 and 26.

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The Arlington Fire Department has now officially been annexed into the North County Fire and EMS Regional Fire Authority.

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Tulalip Tribal Chairwoman Teri Gobin discussed the Tribes' COVID-19 response, school mascots, environmental projects and upcoming social supports in her 2021 State of the Tribes address.

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The Marysville ballot drop box has been repaired and is reopen after being temporarily closed from accidental damage by a truck on Monday. Snohomish County Elections staff were onsite to secure ballots throughout the temporary closure and repair.

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The Marysville ballot drop box is temporarily closed after the box was accidentally damage by a truck on Monday. All ballots remained safely inside the box. All deposited ballots have been removed by elections staff and will be processed.

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After being closed for more than a year because of the pandemic, both Marysville and Arlington city offices are now open to the public, and city council meetings will return to in-person.

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The Sounds of Summer concert series returned to Marysville's Jennings Memorial Park on July 16, bringing out families and community members to listen to live music again.

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The annual Arlington Street Fair returned to the downtown area this year with more than 150 vendors selling unique local goods and crafts.

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It was a quieter Fourth of July than normal for police in Arlington and Marysville, even as Arlington entered their first year of enforcing a city-wide fireworks prohibition.

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Community groups are coming together again this summer to gather school supplies for students in the Marysville and Lakewood school districts.

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Arlington’s splash pad at Haller Park officially opened for the summer on June 24 and families came down to beat the heat wave that was expected to have unprecedented temperatures.

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The Marysville-Pilchuck High School Class of 2021 held their graduation ceremony on June 17 at Quil Ceda Stadium.

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Marysville Getchell High School graduates received their diplomas on June 17 and talked about how school has allowed them to grow over the last four years.

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Arlington School District will continue to serve free lunches this summer. The program began on June 21 and continues through July 29.

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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.