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Tulalip woman killed in crash that closed I-5 near Conway

A semi-truck rear-ended the car the woman was driving, the Washington State Patrol said.

 

Jeff Newell blocks the early morning sun from his eyes as he cruises down Highway 530, at a easy 16 miles per hour, on his John Deere tractor on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in Arlington, Wa. Ron Wachholtz follows behind as the two raise money while driving their tractors to Prudhoe Bay, AK. They are raising money for the American Diabetes Association. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Slow ride: From Arlington to Alaska on a John Deere tractor

Two friends are making the 6,000-mile round trip at 16 mph to raise money for diabetes research.

 

A P-47 Thunderbolt (top) passes a P-40 Tomahawk during maneuvers at the 50th annual Arlington Fly-In at the Arlington Airport on Saturday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: Arlington Fly-In

The 50th annual Arlington Fly-In is this weekend, July 6-8, at Arlington Municipal Airport.

 

Darlina New walks the former logging road at the Nourse Tree Farm and will host open house next weekend to celebrate being the Tree Farmer of the Year for Washington. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

How a family’s coveted land became a working forest

The New family knew nothing about forestry. Now they’ve been named the state’s top tree farmers.

Darlina New walks the former logging road at the Nourse Tree Farm and will host open house next weekend to celebrate being the Tree Farmer of the Year for Washington. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Of the hundreds of people on I-5, she was the one who died

Miriam Robinson, just 28, was killed in a crash caused by a wrong-way driver suspected of DUI.

Ducks dash down river, quack up funds for nonprofits

The 30th running of the annual Great Stilly Duck Dash was July 4. The Rotary Club of Arlington fundraiser brought in over $185,500 in sponsorships… Continue reading

Friends jailed in Arlington and Mukilteo torture-killings

The accused are 18 and 20. The case also involves alleged kidnapping and protection-order violations.

Hazel Blue Acres: Blueberries with a Silvana family’s touch

The Fuentes family transitioned from dairy cattle to blueberries — and they’re not looking back.

Blueberries are in their blood

For more than 50 years, blueberry farming in Marysville has been part of the Schmidt family summers.

Police say man’s death was a homicide

His body was found with multiple bullet wounds in Blue Stilly Park on Sunday.

They collected 4,676 bags of trash along 445 miles of road

The team of six Litter Wranglers are back at it this year, responding to trashed county roads.

Arlington council defers vote on fee for emergency services

Public feedback urged the city to put a tax measure on the ballot rather than impose a fee.

Dash cam leads to eventual arrest in Arlington hit-and-run

Video confirmed the story of an Uber driver whose car was rammed into a ditch in June.

Driver in wrong-way fatal crash on I-5 has 4 previous DUIs

He was reportedly speeding at more than 100 mph before hitting a car head-on. An Oregon woman died.

People walking their dog near Arlington park find dead man

He has yet to be identified but is described as dark-skinned and was in his early 20s.

Antique aircraft and drones: Arlington Fly-In marks 50 years

It started with a group of pilots protesting rule changes for a Canadian airshow

Wrong-way driver causes fatal crash on I-5 near Arlington

A Darrington man, 56, was arrested for investigation of vehicular homicide and DUI.

Arlington residents oppose proposed $15 utility fee

A public hearing is scheduled during Monday’s City Council meeting.

AAUW Stanwood-Camano honors outstanding STEM students

The AAUW of Stanwood-Camano Island (American Association of University Women) honored 11 junior female students, nominated by their high school faculties, as outstanding in science,… Continue reading

Arlington firefighters receive awards for lifesaving efforts

Arlington Fire Chief Dave Kraski on June 18 presented three Arlington part-time firefighters with Phoenix awards for their recent lifesaving efforts. On the night of… Continue reading