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.
Arlington residents got to learn about eagles up close, go on nature walks and learn from local organizations at the annual Eagle Festival.
The Marysville School District may soon have new middle school and high school boundaries and a possibly final proposal has been presented to local parents.
Marysville Mayor Jon Nehring discussed transportation improvements, public safety and parks upgrades at his recent State of the City address on Jan. 31.
U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen stopped by Post Middle School classrooms in Arlington on Jan. 17 to see some of the STEM programs being implemented by teachers there.
The Regional Apprenticeship Pathways (RAP) program cut the ribbon on their building on Jan. 7 to celebrate the program moving into their permanent location.
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…
The Marysville Toy Store provided gifts to local families last week to ensure every child wakes up on Christmas with support from their community.
Arlington firefighters and other volunteers from the city have helped Santa begin his travel’s through local neighborhoods during the 2019 Arlington Santa Run.
The classic holiday film ‘A Christmas Story’ will be brought to life on the Marysville-Pilchuck High School stage as the drama club’s fall production.
Local families in need were again able to come to the Arlington Community Food Bank to receive food for their Thanksgiving dinner with an expanded program this year.
The city of Arlington will likely pursue a roundabout at the SR 530/Smokey Point Boulevard intersection after recently installing a temporary traffic light.
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.
Volunteers with the Home Depot Foundation helped build a tiny home for a disabled veteran during the foundation's “Celebration of Service” campaign on Oct. 29.
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.
The Tulalip Bay Fire Department (also known as Snohomish County Fire District 15) received a license to provide Advanced Life Support care from the State of Washington. This is the first time such care will be provided from sovereign lands, and will benefit all taxpayers in the district.