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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

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The Stillaguamish Tribe cut the ribbon to a major expansion to their Angel of the Winds casino on Oct. 24 that includes restaurants, a concert space, a bowling alley and more.

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Arlington High School had an evacuation on Oct. 22 after a homemade explosive device was set off in a bathroom at the school.

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The Arlington Municipal Airport held a mock crash of two airplanes to run a drill of emergency response abilities on Oct. 9.

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Inspirational speaker and former professional wrestler Marc Mero came to Marysville for the second year in a row to speak to students thanks to a local donation.

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On Oct. 9 the Washington State Board of Health passed an emergency rule banning the sale of flavored vapor products or any products that will be used to create a flavored vapor product. The rule takes effect on October 10, 2019 and lasts for 120 days. The Board of Health and Department of He…

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A dike was breached at two locations just south of Marysville near SR-529 last week in an effort to restore about 11 acres of estuary habitat.

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Local kids ran through color as part of the Tulalip Tribes' fourth annual Say Something Color Run to kick off their Unity and Wellness Month.

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Arlington’s Kiwanis Club recognized Rex Bartlett, owner of Rex’s Rentals in Arlington, for his community service and giving spirit on Oct. 3.

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Millions of people around the world walked out of their job or school, including a small event in Marysville, on Sept. 20 as part of a ‘climate strike’ to encourage policy change.

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Marysville-Pilchuck High School security officer Mike Rainwater has been through more than two decades of ‘first days’ at the school, but this year’s first day back was a surprise when it was announced he has been named the Washington State Security Officer of the Year.

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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.