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In Our View / Emergency Easetment and Ethics: A road paved by community
We all know where the road leads when using good intentions as paving material, but roads built on opportunism don't get us to the right destination either.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
4th festive, but Oso not forgotten as many proceeds go to slide victims
It was a festive July 4 at Haller Park, starting off with a pancake breakfast provided by the Arlington Firefighters Association and other charitable events.
Election View: Larsen supports transportation bill as road to growing jobs
I take great pride in representing Bellingham in Congress. Not only is it the most beautiful district in the country, it is also where I was born and raised.
Arlington's historic Olympic Theatre ends run
The single-screen movie house near the corner of Olympic Avenue and First Street in downtown Arlington may reopen under new management, but nothing is certain, according to owner Norma Pappas.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Oso landowner drove a hard bargain after mudslide
With Darrington cut off after the Oso mudslide and the state desperate to help, a pair of business partners successfully demanded more than $80,000 to allow cars and trucks to drive along a power-line access road on their undeveloped land, records show.
Sex offender wanted in Snohomish County now in New York State
A Level III sex offender from Canada who was wanted in Snohomish County for failing to register has been located in New York State, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
'A way to give back'
Hannah Hoffman had just returned to Pullman after spring break when she saw the first headlines pop up on the Internet.
Arlington Fly-In gets ready to soar
The Arlington Fly-In is planning two new demonstrations this year, one in the sky and one on the ground.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Workers sifting debris at Oso mudslide
The homes destroyed in the March 22 mudslide at Oso have mostly been removed, and Highway 530 has been reopened between Arlington and Darrington, but work continues at the site where 43 people lost their lives.
Shari Jenkins, a certified financial planner in Waddell & Reed's Lynnwood office, has been named to Waddell & Reed's 2014 President's Council.
Reardon aide to appear in court
If all goes according to schedule this afternoon, an important chapter will come to a close in one of Snohomish County's stranger political stories.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Cat-bird issue prompts passionate reactions
Passionate describes most readers' reaction to last week's column on cat-and-bird interactions and the trap-neuter-return approach.
Election View: Mike the Mover proposes no-growth zone in Northwest
The No. 1 issue facing voters in Washington's 1st Congressional District is the concept of urban sprawl and the direct impact on their quality of life.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Man jumps from moving vehicle, causes chain reaction
ARLINGTON, Wash. A man is in critical condition after troopers say he jumped out of a moving SUV on Highway 9 Saturday morning, leading to a chain reaction crash.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
UW maternal clinic opens in Smokey Point
The fast-growing community of Smokey Point is gaining a university-based medical clinic that specializes in healthcare for women with difficult or dangerous pregnancies.
Haller Park's new playground to be dedicated Friday
Arlington's newest playground is set to be dedicated Friday at Haller Park, which is undergoing an extensive renovation that includes new restrooms and new security measures.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Warrant issued for sex offender last seen locally
A felony arrest warrant has been issued for Kevin Scott Miller, a 45 year-old transient Level III sex offender who recently has been seen in Arlington and Marysville.
Dive team saves woman in Stillaguamish River
In Arlington, a woman walked into the Stillaguamish River in an apparant suicide attempt.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Convicted Level III sex offender sought
A felony arrest warrant was issued Friday for Kevin Scott Miller, a 45 year-old transient Level III sex offender who recently entered the United States from Canada.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Former Reardon aide charged with evidence-tampering
A criminal evidence-tampering charge has been filed against a onetime aide to Aaron Reardon, the former Snohomish County executive who resigned last year after a string of scandals.