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Maintenance work on the Marysville water tower will take place from Nov. 9 to 13 and will include replacement of the catwalk on the tower.

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At just past 3 a.m. on Nov. 8, Marysville Police responded to a report of gunshots somewhere in the area of the Shell Gas Station at 3506 88th St. NE. Units checked the area but did not locate anyone or hear anything.

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The Arlington Farmers Market invited the community down for some Halloween fun during their Harvest on the Farm event on Oct. 31.

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The Tulalip Tribes' new Quil Ceda Creek Casino is nearing completion as construction is being finalized in many parts of the new facility.

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Marysville First Street Bypass is now open as city officials cut the ribbon on the major transportation project on Oct. 2.

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Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood schools will continue to provide free meals to all local children in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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A crowd gathered in Arlington's Legion Park on June 12 to protest against racism and for equal treatment for black people. The grassroots organized event brought together several hundred people who listened to speeches and marched up First Street.

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Marysville Rotary held a blood drive with the American Red Cross to increase the blood supply during a critical time for many hospitals.

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The Tulalip area saw about 40 individuals come to the Quil Ceda Village on May 31, but most claims of violent protest around the Snohomish County area appear to be internet rumors at this time.