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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

Mountain bike riders Mike McGuire, left, Keith Goodnight and Frank Rentko ride by horse riders Janet Berko and Catherine Collins, right, on a trail at Lord Hill Park on Saturday, June 16, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Mountain bike riders Mike McGuire, left, Keith Goodnight and Frank Rentko ride by horse riders Janet Berko and Catherine Collins, right, on a trail at Lord Hill Park on Saturday, June 16, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Scholarships carry on baseball star’s memory

The Joey Dettrich Baseball Foundation has awarded $1,500 scholarships to 2018 graduates Sara Johnson (softball) and Conor Bardue (baseball), from Lake Stevens High School; Trever… Continue reading

A mother hands her child a strawberry as families with children and teens eat at the Summer Free Lunch Program in the cafeteria at Sunnycrest Elementary on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. This is the seventh summer of free lunches in Lake Stevens and the second at Sunnycrest.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)
A mother hands her child a strawberry as families with children and teens eat at the Summer Free Lunch Program in the cafeteria at Sunnycrest Elementary on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. This is the seventh summer of free lunches in Lake Stevens and the second at Sunnycrest.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

County settles sexual harassment suit for $350K

Accusations centered on human services and contractors.

Arlington splash pad won’t be done this year after all

Construction could start this summer on the long-awaited feature at the newly revamped Haller Park.

Hopelessly behind on credits, he was an unlikely graduate

Through four schools and a military academy, an Arlington teen overcame grief and earned a diploma.

Arlington Garden Club awards scholarship to Lake Stevens teen

The Arlington Garden Club awarded its annual $2,000 scholarship to Ashley Mahar of Lake Stevens High School. Mahar plans to attend the University of Washington… Continue reading

$107.5 million Arlington school bond back on the ballot

The biggest slice of the bond funding would go toward building a new Post Middle School.

Camano man dead after Arlington driver’s suspected DUI crash

A BMW sedan allegedly was speeding near Sedro-Woolley, hit a GMC truck, and was engulfed in flames.

‘Band mom’ extraordinaire honored in Arlington

Teresa Hanna is the recipient of the Arlington Mayor’s Volunteer Award. Hanna is an active “band mom,” attending events and hauling drums for her kids… Continue reading

Live-in caretakers sought for Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum

The couple who’ve filled the roles since it opened are stepping aside.

Biringer Farm gets county’s first quilt for Quilt Trail

The national effort is a celebration of quilting, agriculture and history meant to draw visitors.

Man with gunshot wound found at burning house outside Arlington

The wound was apparently self-inflicted, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Artist sought for memorial sculpture at Oso mudslide site

Planners envision a depiction of the row of mailboxes that once marked Steelhead Drive.

Employee hurt by explosion at Arlington marijuana producer

The worker suffered minor injuries Thursday.

Paintball venues bring out the friendliest warriors

These businesses let you get dirty, shoot at others and enjoy a sense of community.

WSU, Arlington alumnus drafted by MLB’s Giants

Right-handed pitcher Ryan Walker was San Francisco’s 31st-round pick and the 916th player chosen overall.

Expanded program protects even more farmland from sprawl

But supporters say there is a scarcity of areas where the purchased development rights can be used.