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Arlington woman charged with 2004 murder of husband
In September 2004, Michele Donohue reportedly ordered four loads of dirt to be delivered to the rural house she had shared with her husband.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Students learn about life on the farm
Two years after Arlington farmer John Connolly served as the inspiration for the writing of third-grade students from the Soundview School of Lynnwood, Connolly hosted another group from Soundview, this time made up of kindergarten, junior kindergarten and preschool students, as they learned about life in the country.
Arlington employees receive AWC Retro awards
Four city of Arlington employees were recognized by the Association of Washington Cities for their efforts to reduce risks at their workplaces.
Gleneagle Golf Course hosts 'For the Love of Music Auction' March 8
The Gleneagle Golf Course at 7619 E. Country Club Dr. in Arlington will serve as the site for the Marysville-Pilchuck High School Music Boosters' "For the Love of Music Auction" from 5-10 p.m. on Saturday, March 8. For a cost of $40 per person, attendees can partake of an Italian buffet dinner and the scintillating sounds of the M-PHS Jazz Band, ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Silvana Post Office smashed up in burglary
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is working with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service on the case, sheriff's spokeswoman Shari Ireton said this week.
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Suspect shot by home-owner's friend during Lake Stevens robbery Second suspect apprehended
Two men attempted to rob a homeowner and his friend at gunpoint at the 7000 block of 126th Dr. NE in Lake Stevens on Tuesday, February 25. At approximately 6 p.m. that evening two suspects entered the home where the homeowner and his friend were working in the garage.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
City reviews finances, grants for 2013, 2014
The city of Arlington looked back on 2013 and ahead to the rest of 2014 during the City Council workshop meeting on Monday, Feb. 24, as city staff reviewed financial reports and grants for the year ahead and the year behind.
Spane celebrates 100 years
Not only is Alice Spane turning 100 years old on March 9, but she can also say that she's lived almost her entire life in North Snohomish County, from the time she grew up in the Stanwood/Bryant area.
Chamber moves, will be closed March 3-7
The Arlington-Smokey Point Chamber of Commerce has begun the process of moving, so its phone and Internet service will be limited.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Honda of Marysville opens
Honda of Marysville drew dignitaries from throughout the Marysville and Arlington business communities to its official grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 26. While the showroom is a standard feature of any car dealership, Marysville Honda General Manager Pete Smith noted that one aspect which sets his store apart from others ... (more)
Thoroughbred Daily News
Solitary Ranger Romps in Battaglia Memorial
SOLITARY RANGER , second to Wesley Ward trainees Pablo Del Monte and No Nay Never in two efforts at Keeneland last April, graduated in style with a 5 1/2-length romp in the Sept.
Arlington schools infused with $2.6 million for renovations
Arlington Public Schools recently received $2.6 million in state forest funds. The money will be used for a number of projects in the school district, including replacing the leaky gym roof and installing a new gym floor at Haller Middle School.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Arlington Veterinary Hospital opens state-of-the-art facility
Dr. Krystal Grant was inspired to open the Arlington Veterinary Hospital on Saturday, Feb. 22, by her lifelong love of animals, from growing up with horses to learning how much she appreciates all shapes and sizes of mammals through her nine years of veterinary practice.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Around the county
Arlington: Kindergarten information Arlington Public Schools is holding an informational meeting for parents of incoming kindergarteners at 6 p.m. March 18. The meeting will be held at Eagle Creek Elementary, 1216 E Fifth St., and child care will be available during the meeting.
Pilchuck Rentals helps Arlington landscaper recover from theft
When Arlington landscaper Joel Martinez woke up to find his livelihood stolen, Pilchuck Rentals of Marysville stepped in to help out a fellow local business and a loyal customer.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Theater to end with film era: Arlington movie house not making transition to digital
Norma Pappas, 62, who has been running the theater mostly by herself for 37 years, said there is no definite closing date, but it is coming soon.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Arlington's 67th Ave. project nears completion | SLIDESHOW
The 67th Avenue Final Phase Project is itself in its final phases, as construction crews work to complete the remaining infrastructure on the street, its sidewalks and its intersections.
Arlington City Council approves environmental review for UGA expansion
The Arlington City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday, Feb. 18, to approve an environmental review for a proposed Urban Growth Area expansion for the city.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Red Curtain holds fundraiser
The community got a chance to check out the Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts' plans for the former Dunn Lumber building on Grove Street, during a fundraiser luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 18, that included models of the prospective renovations to the very same building where they were enjoying their catered meal.
Whitewall Brewing opens March 1
Aaron Wight and Sean Wallner were both veteran home-brewers with the Stilly Mashers, who had an affinity for well-crafted beer and a propensity for swearing that, one day, they'd get around to coming out with their own beers, until their wives finally challenged them to make good on their promise.