Arlington

Man apparently drowns in Stillaguamish River

A man apparently drowned Friday evening after jumping off a bridge on the Centennial Trail into the Stillaguamish River. The man was spotted… Continue reading

Arlington mayor honors Little League boosters

Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert recently honored Mike and Terri Schur with the Mayor’s Volunteer Award. The Schurs run the concession stand for Stilly Valley Little… Continue reading

Silvana Fair stays true to its community roots (video)

For 70 years, fair season in Snohomish County has kicked off in Silvana. It’s a small community that has stayed true to its… Continue reading

Man killed in crash near Arlington was from Lake Stevens

A man who died in an I-5 crash near Arlington early Tuesday has been identified as Harold L. Sherman, 71, of Lake Stevens.… Continue reading

Shortage of bus drivers has school districts scrambling

Three school bus drivers in training had their first day behind the wheel Thursday. They adjusted mirrors and seats. Instructor Jennifer Lagadinos guided… Continue reading

Medical condition likely caused I-5 fatality near Arlington

The Washington State Patrol reported that a driver’s medical condition might have caused a crash Tuesday morning on I-5. The driver was southbound… Continue reading

Brother with Down syndrome inspires Arlington sophomore

Trinity Klomparens, 15, will be a sophomore this fall. She recently attended the National Invitational Tournament of Champions, a Christian home school competition… Continue reading

Mudslide grant helps fire district buy electric stretcher

After the devastating mudslide of 2014, those who serve the Stillaguamish River Valley have looked for ways to make their communities more resilient.… Continue reading

Fatal crash near Arlington caused by medical problem

ARLINGTON — Officials have confirmed that a medical problem caused a fatal crash on I-5 near Arlington on Sunday. Roland R. Koepernick, 66, of Snohomish,… Continue reading

County decides to stick with Republic for trash services

Snohomish County is poised to start negotiations to keep on contracting with the same company that now exports local trash to a central… Continue reading

New principal named at Haller Middle School

Haller Middle School has a new principal. The Arlington School Board recently confirmed Trever Summers as principal of the school, which serves more… Continue reading

Tribe installs 16 Tesla charging stations near casino

The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians recently installed new supercharging stations for Tesla electric vehicles. It’s reportedly the most superchargers in one spot so… Continue reading

Medical emergency likely cause of fatal I-5 crash in Arlington

A fatal crash on I-5 Sunday morning was likely caused when a medical emergency caused a man to lose control of his pickup… Continue reading

Marysville crash leads to arrest in 2 Arlington robberies

A 20-year-old man was arrested Wednesday in connection with two June robberies at the same Arlington apartment building. Both happened late at night… Continue reading

Arlington student, future zoologist, enamored with elephants

Kathryn Undercuffler, 16, is heading into her senior year at Arlington High School. She’s part of a world-class robotics team and was a… Continue reading

Arlington Garden Club hands out awards

The Arlington Garden Club celebrated the end of its business year on June 12. The Roberta Lothian Award went to Kitty Fitch for outstanding contributions… Continue reading

Duck Dash brings in the bills — $82,200 worth

The Rotary Club of Arlington held its annual Great Stilly Duck Dash on July 4 at Haller Park. Rotary members sold raffle tickets for cash… Continue reading

Arlington man hopes his brother’s story will save others

Looking back, Mike Evans sees the signs. He didn’t know to look for them at the time. It took decades for him and… Continue reading

Arlington teens inspired to help homeless babies

The Arlington High School Interact Club participated in the Point in Time count of local homeless persons and met a young woman living in her… Continue reading