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Marysville school officials will wait until at least the first week of April to decide whether Marysville Pilchuck High School will keep their mascot.

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Snohomish County Road Maintenance crews surpassed 30,000 road miles plowed overnight as new snow accumulations forced the return to some primary routes. On Dec. 30, as of 7 a.m., 30,231 road miles throughout the county have been plowed and 13,381 miles have been sanded. Crews will continue t…

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Snohomish County Road Maintenance crews began clearing roads at higher elevations of ice and snow Dec. 25 at 5 a.m. Four plow/sanders will continue to plow, sand and deice throughout the morning. Crews responded to various snow and ice calls throughout the night and will continue to monitor …

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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 Santa Tracker website. The websites of…

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The Santa Parade came down Arlington’s Olympic Avenue bringing with it a number of holiday activities for local families.

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Marysville school staff and Tulalip Tribal members held a Tulalip Day drive-through event this year to honor the day.

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The Arlington Garden Club raised funds for their scholarships and community activities during their annual Holiday Garden Art and Crafts sale which returned this year.

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Community members and veterans marched down Olympic Avenue as part of this year’s Veterans Day parade in Arlington.

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Lakewood High School’s drama students will bring a comedic take to popular fairy tales with their production of “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon.”

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Arlington students hosted their second Trunk or Treat event to bring fun and hand out candy to local families on Oct. 30.

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A new Smokey Point food distribution center will allow the Volunteers of America to distribute more food to local food banks if needed.

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Local leaders in Marysville and Tulalip pledged to center equity in their work and signed a statement to acknowledge the damage done by racism in the past.

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Marysville drama students will return to the stage for the first time in about two years with their performance of “All Together Now!” musical in November.

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Local little league teams have returned to the Evans Park baseball field after it received numerous improvements over the last few months.

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Arlington City Council and Arlington and Lakewood school board candidates introduced themselves to the community at a ‘meet and greet’ event on Oct. 12.

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North County Fire and EMS has a new Fire Station 48 which is now open and will provide a better facility for local firefighters.

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The Arlington Farmers Market held a Harvest Festival on Sept. 25 for one of their last dates of the year to give thanks to the community for its support.