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The death of a man whose body was found in an apartment fire in Smokey Point in February has been ruled an accident.
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Jessica Ronhaar, left, family ministry director, and Deena Jones, pastor, of Arlington United Church, which Sunday will host brunch at 9 a.m. and Easter service at 10:15 a.m. ARLINGTON - Churches in the Stillaguamish Valley will celebrate Easter like they normally do.
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The Arlington Recreational Garden Group has had to find alternate quarters for its next two Saturday meetings, due to ongoing Oso mudslide recovery efforts.
Arlington celebrated its 13th year of receiving Tree City Awards during its Arbor Day tree-planting at the Country Charm Park and Conservation Area on Saturday, April 12. City of Arlington Natural Resources Manager Bill Blake estimated that 40 volunteers from the surrounding community turned out to plant 222 native trees, mostly Sitka spruce and ... (more)
While Marysville offers one Easter egg hunt on the morning of Saturday, April 19, Arlington will be hosting two Easter egg hunts that same day, during both the morning and the evening.
On the holiest day in the calendar of the Sikh faith, the members of the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Marysville demonstrated one of the central tenets of their religion - that of charity toward others, regardless of their backgrounds - by raising $4,100 and presenting it to Snohomish County Executive John Lovick on Sunday, April 13, the Marysville ... (more)
Haldeman, 44, is a Snohomish County sheriff's detective with "SNOCAT," the auto-theft task force.
A spokeswoman for an incident management team, Koshare Eagle, says volunteers are likely to be turned away unless they have special expertise or needed equipment.
This year's Easter egg hunts include lots of extras such as live musical entertainment and visits with the rabbit.
Authorities have identified three more bodies pulled from the debris of the mudslide that swept through the Washington town of Oso last month as crews dig through the devastation with a swarm of excavators.
Taking advantage of the sunshine on Wednesday, April 9, Post Middle School students spent time creating unique mandalas on the sidewalk in front of their school, as one of their activities to help students and teachers focus on being a community and working together.