The local economy has struggled through the pandemic and will now have to face a return of restrictions
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.
The black Nissan Altima with Colorado license plates mentioned in the original story has been located and is no longer at large. We thank the public for all the tips we have received thus far.
On Monday, oct. 26,, in the early evening hours, Marysville Police detectives were interviewing a juvenile male who is suspected of several felony crimes to include armed robbery, assault, and several recent burglaries. Detectives had secured the suspect with restraints in an interview room …
Toys for Tots of Snohomish County began their 2020 collections on Oct. 3 this year to prepare for a holiday season in which they expect to be busier than in the past.
The Arlington Public Schools Board of Directors voted on Sept. 28 to push the start of hybrid learning for kindergartners and first graders to Monday, Oct. 12. At its Sept. 14 meeting, the board voted to start kindergartners and first graders in a hybrid model on Oct. 5.
A young Tulalip adult with disabilities, Tyler Fryberg, and his former teacher ran a thousand miles this year to raise funds for the local Leah's Dream Foundation.
U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen met with Marysville officials on Aug. 7 to discuss important transportation projects the city is currently constructing or hopes to begin in the near future.
After 20 years leading Arlington United Church and many years of supporting marginalized groups in the community, Pastor Deena Jones is retiring.
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.
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.
Arlington High School's Flight Choir released a 'digital choir' performance of the song 'Rise Up' in solidarity with protests going on around the nation. The video is available at https://bit.ly/3h03P54.
The Volunteers of America of Western Washington has been helping to distribute additional food to county food banks as need has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.