Arlington

Donations, hard work earn Arlington school band new uniforms

The uniform coats still bear the same familiar AHS blue and gold, only now the colors are no-fade.

Latex paint recycling available in Snohomish County

For a fee, it can now be brought to the hazardous waste facility in Everett.

Arlington Eagle Festival art and haiku winners

Arlington Eagle Festival winners Art contest winners Garvin Currell was the overall winner in the art contest Placing second was Debra Hoskins and third Jay… Continue reading

Russia says this valley near Arlington is a nuclear target

It’s home to an unusual and strategically important U.S. Navy radio antenna.

About a dozen lanes converge at the intersection of highways 9 and 204 in front of the Frontier Village Shopping Center in Lake Stevens. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Maybe 4 roundabouts can fix this nightmare intersection

There’s a new plan for that junk of a junction where highways 9 and 204 meet in Lake Stevens.

About a dozen lanes converge at the intersection of highways 9 and 204 in front of the Frontier Village Shopping Center in Lake Stevens. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
Arlington High ASB vice president Favian Villanueva says organization has been crucial in balancing his academics, activities, family and friends, and a job. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Arlington senior sets his sights on aerospace engineering

Favian Villanueva competes in cross country and track, is ASB vice president and a physics tutor.

Arlington High ASB vice president Favian Villanueva says organization has been crucial in balancing his academics, activities, family and friends, and a job. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Lawsuit denies teen had knife when Arlington police shot her

Lawyers for Nina Semone Robinson say she was shot five times in the back, shoulder and buttocks. An earlier claim sought $25 million.

Many crimes are down in Arlington. Police cite new thinking

The city reported fewer theft, burglary, shoplifting and malicious mischief cases in the past three years.

New road provides highway access to Arlington’s industry hub

Arlington Valley Road opens Feb. 22. It’s meant to reduce traffic and increase business access.

Arlington school bond again falls short of required 60%

With only 52.6 percent voting yes, a third attempt to pay for construction and security has failed.

Snow is gone but it’s still a headache for school leaders

Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.

Lidar imagery enables geologists to accurately identify landslides, such as the area around the Highway 530 Oso landslide. In this area, lidar data show prehistoric landslides in beige along the North Fork Stillaguamish River. The darker-shaded outlined area is the extent of the March 2014 Oso landslide. (Daniel Coe / Washington State Department of Natural Resources)

Congress considers new program to pinpoint landslide risks

Rep. DelBene hopes 3-D maps will allow scientists to identify the next disaster before it happens.

Lidar imagery enables geologists to accurately identify landslides, such as the area around the Highway 530 Oso landslide. In this area, lidar data show prehistoric landslides in beige along the North Fork Stillaguamish River. The darker-shaded outlined area is the extent of the March 2014 Oso landslide. (Daniel Coe / Washington State Department of Natural Resources)

Another Mukilteo man is guilty of murder in torture killings

Hassani Hassani, 20, is the second defendant to plead guilty to torturing and killing Ezekiel Kelly.

On Dec. 2nd, Andrea Reedy (right), a Salvation Army pastor laid out mats as she prepared for the first night the cold weather shelter was open this winter. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Near-record cold pushes emergency shelters to their limits

The Salvation Army, expecting to stay open for another week of freezing temps, needs volunteers.

On Dec. 2nd, Andrea Reedy (right), a Salvation Army pastor laid out mats as she prepared for the first night the cold weather shelter was open this winter. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Arlington school construction bond failing in third try

The new measure aimed to allow the district to tear down Post Middle School and replace it.

Weather might be a factor in Arlington school bond election

Voting ends today on $96 million for school construction and security upgrades.

In 3rd try, Arlington schools propose a leaner bond measure

Tuesday’s special ballot asks for up to $96 million. Earlier proposals sought $107.5 million.

State plugs away at mapping landslide-prone areas

The DNR wants to study the area around the Oso slide and similar terrain across the state.

Wrong-way drunken driver gets max sentence for deadly crash

“I ask no pity,” said Aaron Gentry, who killed Miriam Robinson, 28, on I-5 last summer.